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Old May 2nd, 2014, 05:31 AM posted to nf.arts,nf.general,rec.music.celtic,rec.music.folk,rec.travel.usa-canada
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Default Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival schedule

The 38th Annual Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival will
be held in Bowring Park in St. John's, Newfoundland
from August 8--10, 2014. (In 2015 it will return to
its usual home in Bannerman Park.)

The festival web page is http://www.nlfolk.com/fest2014/
and the main stage schedule is up at
http://nlfolk.com/fest2014/schedule/ .
I think bios of performers will be added soona
as will schedules for the smaller stages.

This year the best known act from outside Newfoundland
is Gord Downie who will headline the Saturday night.
Kevin Burke and Basia Bulat are also well known
performers from outside Newfoundland. Also there
are many excellent local performers.

The full mainstage schedule is:

Friday, August 8, 2014 * Main Stage
6:15 pm Opening Ceremonies
6:30 pm Kat McLevey
7:00 pm Fiona Shea
7:15 pm Zhambai Duo + Patrick Boyle
8:00 pm Songwriters Circle
9:00 pm 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award presentation
9:05 pm Connemara
9:50 pm Matt Andersen
11:00 pm The Dardanelles

Saturday, August 9, 2014 (day) * Main Stage
1:00 pm David Hart
1:35 pm A Few Yarns: Storytelling with Dave Paddon, Paul Dean, Dave
Penny, and Anita Best
2:10 pm Allan Ricketts and Mike Mutrey
2:40 pm Fellows with Bellows:
Accordion Workshop with Frank Maher (Mahers Bahers), Jesse Lege (Cajun
Country), Luke Payne, Pierre-Luc Dupuis (De Temps Antan), Aaron Collis
(The Dardanelles)
3:10 pm Rik Barron
3:50 pm The Benoits

Saturday, August 9, 2014 (evening) * Main Stage
7:00 pm Steve Maloney
7:30 pm Duane Andrews and Craig Young
2:10 pm Jesse Lége, Joel Savoy and The Cajun Country Revival
8:45 pm A Crowd of Bold Sharemen
9:30 pm De Temps Antan
10:15 pm The Fortunate Ones
11 pm Gord Downie

Sunday, August 10, 2014 (day) * Main Stage
1:00 pm City On The Coast
1:30 pm St. John¹s Song Circle featuring four members of this long
running St. John¹s tradition
2:10 pm Julia Bowdring and Ryan Borgeois
2:40 pm The Blue Drop
3:15 pm Sheesham and Lotus
3:50 pm The Freels

Sunday, August 10, 2014 (evening) * Main Stage
7:00 pm Anita Best and Sandy Morris
7:25 pm Terry Kelly
8:10 pm Kevin Burke
8:55 pm The Burning Hell
9:40 pm Basia Bulat
10:50 pm The Masterless Men
11:50 pm Ode to Newfoundland * Festival Sign Off


Weekend passes are $100 Canadian (in advance) for
adults, $75 for youth (13--18) and seniors (65+),
and children 12 and under are free.

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Old May 2nd, 2014, 06:16 AM posted to nf.arts,nf.general,rec.music.celtic,rec.music.folk,rec.travel.usa-canada
David Dalton
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Default Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival schedule

In article ,
David Dalton wrote:

The 38th Annual Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival will
be held in Bowring Park in St. John's, Newfoundland
from August 8--10, 2014. (In 2015 it will return to
its usual home in Bannerman Park.)

The festival web page is http://www.nlfolk.com/fest2014/
and the main stage schedule is up at
http://nlfolk.com/fest2014/schedule/ .

I think bios of performers will be added soon
as will schedules for the smaller stages.


The bios are already up, you can click on most
names in the online schedule, or on pictures
on the tickets subpage.

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http://www.nfld.com/~dalton/dtales.html Salmon on the Thorns (mystic page)
"You could lay down your head by a sweet river bed,
But Sonny always remembers what it was his momma said." (Ron Hynes)
 




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