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New Moon Folk Club Season Pass

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Join New Moon Folk Club for their 2022/23 Season! All concerts are held at St. Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Avenue NW. Doors open at 6:30PM, concerts begin at 7:30PM

Purchase your New Moon Folk Club Season Pass to receive discounted access to all twelve performances!

Passes will be available to purchase online until 4PM, September 29. Following that, passes will be available to purchase at the door on September 30. Pass quantities are extremely limited

Concert Line-Up
Sweet Alibi, September 30, 2022
With their dazzling fourth album Make a Scene, Winnipeg combo Sweet Alibi masterfully deliver soulful roots-pop elevated by the luminous vocal harmonies of Jess Rae Ayre, Amber Nielsen, and Michelle Anderson.

Stephen Fearing, October 14, 2022
Born in Vancouver, and raised between British Columbia and Dublin, Ireland, Stephen Fearing has been named one of Canada's finest singer-songwriters. With a mesmerizing blend of roots, folk and pop, he has cultivated national and international audiences for his music.

James Keelagahn, October 28, 2022
Called Canada's finest singer-songwriter by one of the most respected music journalists, James Keelagahn is an artist who has proven to be a man for all seasons. Fusing his insatiable appetite for finding the next unique storyline, Keelagahn also forges his pieces with brilliantly defined craftsmanship and a monogrammed artistic vision.

Double Bill: Tim Isberg / Maria Dunn, November 11, 2022
Originally from Southern Alberta, Tim Isberg is a story-teller and accomplished singer-songwriter. As a veteran soldier, Isberg has experienced the real-life challenges while deployed in different cultures amid the best (and worst) humanity has to offer.

Recent Juno Award winner for Traditional Roots Album of the Year Maria Dunn finds power in the long view, following her curiousity to examine history and deeper meanings in everyday situations. Her first new release in four years, Joyful Banner Blazing marks her seventh album in a career spanning over 20 years.

Dione Taylor, November 25, 2022
Having first burst onto the music scene with her Juno nominated debut album Open Your Eyes, Dione Taylor's career trajectory has been truly remarkable! With performances across North America and Asia, for audiences which have included Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Taylor has made a worthy name for herself as one of Canada's most talented musicians and singers.

Madison Violet, December 9, 2022
After 20 years together, Juno nominated singer-songwriting duo Madison Violet are as much wanderers as they are musicians. From the beginning, the multi-instrumentalists have carried authenticity with them like a talisman, writing all their own music and lyrics, believing that the best way to connect to their audiences was to treat them like old firends sharing a secret and a smile.

Kat Danser & the Tall Tales, January 27, 2023
Edmonton's own Kat Danser has spent most of her life trawling the backstreets of the blues, and her sixth album One Eye Open reflects the fruits of her exploration. The past rides shotgun with the present on everything Danser, dubbed "Queen of the Swamp Blues", sings and plays.

Diyet and the Love Soldiers, February 10, 2023
Diyet & The Love Soldiers is alternative country, folk, roots and traditional with catchy melodies and stories deeply rooted in Diyet’s Indigenous world view and northern life. Diyet sings in both English and Southern Tutchone (her native language) and plays bass guitar. Backed by Love Soldiers: husband and collaborator, Robert van Lieshout and Juno Award winning producer, Bob Hamilton; this trio multi instrumental trio from the Yukon has a sound that can fill a big stage or capture an intimate room.

Rosier, February 24, 2023
Reclaiming and interpreting the romantic traditions of Que´be´cois folk, the bilingual band Rosier was born from a place of living heritage. A group who spent their formative years wrapped in rich, untouched musical traditions, they are just as attuned to the present and the future, challenging and redefining their world through a modern lens.

Kacy & Clayton, March 10, 2023
The music Kacy and Clayton make is inextricable from where they grew up. They sing about the kind of people you’d find in Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan (population: very few). The hills, barns and remoteness of the area are in these songs, with a bittersweet acknowledgement that this music has taken them far from home. Kacy Anderson and Clayton Linthicum’s new album Carrying On follows the international acclaim for their previous records Strange Country and The Siren’s Song.

Double Bill: Ben Sures / Over the Moon, March 24, 2023
A cheeseball Canadian trying to play his instrument like a West African, Sinti swing style guitarist? A crooner, balladeer, country picker, funny songwriter, slide player? These are all true descriptors, but stripped to the core Ben Sures is a talented and distinctive songwriter. Not one shaped by commercial radio, but by stories he’s collected traveling across North America, Europe and Beirut - these are the stories that his audience warms to.

Canadian roots/swing duo Over The Moon's Suzanne Levesque and Craig Bignell are multi-instrumentalists/vocalists that met, fell in love, and discovered their voices blend so well together that people often tear up upon hearing them sing. Living on a ranch in the foothills of Alberta's Rocky Mountains, it's inevitable there will be a strong sense of place- and the rhythms of the land when you start to make music. Their music is a wild ride from 40's sounding western swing and Appalachian old-time, to cowboy blues.

John Reischman and the Jaybirds, April 14, 2023
Like the powerful mandolinist and composer at its helm, John Reischman and the Jaybirds fashion a stylish take on bluegrass that seamlessly blends original songs and instrumentals with Appalachian old-time music for a truly unique band sound. Now in their 20th year, with seven acclaimed albums and two Juno nominations, the Jaybirds are simultaneously innovative and unadorned, sophisticated and stripped-down, happily old-fashioned and 21st-century contemporary.

Season Pass: $265

Passes will be available to purchase online until 4PM, September 29. Following that, passes will be available to purchase at the door on September 30. Pass quantities are extremely limited

Season Passes will be provided by New Moon Folk Club, and distributed by TIX on the Square early September. Please ensure your correct mailing address is on file.