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Winter edition! folk folly Saturday February 27th downtown!
The Peterborough Folk Festival and Peterborough Downtown Buisness Improvement Area have teamed up to bring you a full day of live music! Starting at 1pm downtown at various buisnesses catch live/intitimate performances by Terra Lightfoot , Wayne Petti of Cuff The Duke/ Greylands, Rick Fines, Evangeline Gentle , The Mayhemingways and more! for FREE!!
The evening features two ticketed shows
The Sadies wsg Express and Company Doors 7pm Showtime 7:30pm $25 all-ages
The Gordon Best Theatre ( 216 Hunter Street West)tickets available at The Only Cafe or online here
Terra Lightfoot wsg Greylands Doors 10pm Showtime 10:30pm $8 19+
The Red Dog ( Hunter Street )tickets available at The Red Dog or online here
PETERBOROUGH FOLK FESTIVAL FALL SERIES OF SHOWS!
All shows take place at The Gordon Best Theatre ( 216 Hunter Street West) and are all-ages! tickets available at The Only Cafe (216 Hunter Street West) and online here !
Great Lake Swimmers - Sold Out!
Peterborough Folk Festival 2015 Kick Off Concert with Matt Andersen August 21st 2015 Live at Market Hall
The Peterborough Folk Festival is excited to announce our opening night kick off concert on August 21st 2015 at Market Hall with Matt Andersen. This is an all-ages show with the soon TBA 2015 Emerging Artist opening the night.
Tickets are currently available online at the link below or at Moondance or Market Hall (Cash only)
With over 2 million views on YouTube, independent sales over 30,000 albums, a 2013 European Blues Award, and winning Best Solo Performer at the Memphis Blues Challenge, it appears that the entire world is now discovering Matt Andersen. A powerhouse performer with a giant soul-filled voice and commanding stage presence, Matt has built a formidable following the old fashioned way – touring worldwide and letting the converted audiences and Andersen devotees spread his reputation through word of mouth .