Artists from across North America will converge in Sidney for three days of Americana, bluegrass, Celtic, jazz, country, rhythm and blues, and fiddling.
The Seaside Folkn’Fiddle Festival is back June 9 through 11 at three different venues with concerts, dances and outdoor performances.
This year’s lineup features Juno winners and world-touring artists including The Fretless, Stephen Fearing of Blackie and The Rodeo Kings, Pierre Schryer, Emily Braden and Tony Furtado along with some new faces like Jake Vaadeland and The Sturgeon River Boys and Mariel Buckley.
Performances are scheduled for the Mary Winspear Centre, the Army, Navy and Air Force Unit 302 (9831 Fourth St.) and the Beacon Bandshell. Individual tickets start at $29 and festivalgoers can also purchase all-access passes for $125.
For more information and tickets, go to folknfiddle.ca.
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