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Where are
the shows?

St. Basil's Cultural Centre
10819 - 71st Ave. NW
Edmonton, Alberta


$18 advance (Serv. Ch.)
or $22 at the door
Children under 12 ½-price, door only

Ticket Packages

Six Pack (You choose) $100
Each additional concert $16

Full, 12 concert, Season Pack $165

Advance tickets are available starting September 4 from:

Tix on the Square
#3 Sir Winston
Churchill Square
Phone: 780-420-1757
Fax: 780-426-5368

Acoustic Music Shop
(Pick-up only)
9934 - 82nd Avenue
Phone: 780-433-3545

About us:

The Full Moon Folk Club is a non-profit society managed by a small group of dedicated volunteers. We are committed to producing folk music events which feature top quality acts as well as up and coming artists in a comfortable club setting - all at an affordable price.

The Full Moon Folk Club is very proud to offer the best Canadian and International folk music acts in a smoke-free club setting with seating at tables. Breaks between sets allow time for socializing and indulging in perogies or other snacks and liquid refreshments including wine and beer.

Please join us, bring a friend and enjoy a fine evening!

The 2013/2014 Season

Showcasing some of the best local and international talent we are pleased to present our 28th season.

Our friendly, comfortable and smoke-free venue is a great way to enjoy an evening with friends and family.

A PDF of our brochure is available by clicking on the image or scroll below for more details of our 28th season.

FMFC Brochure

September 20

Chris Hillman
& Herb Pedersen (USA)

One of the true pioneers of "Country Rock", Chris Hillman has carved out a permanent niche in the history of American music playing with The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers and the Desert Rose Band.

A real coup to get these two pros to start our 28th season!

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October 4

Ron Sexsmith (Ontario)

Ontario singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith started his music career at age 14. A Pete Seeger fan, Ron has reached the point today where his own fans include Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello and John Hiatt. High praise indeed for one of Canadas’ premier musicians! Ron will appear with a full band.

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Special guest: Jenn Grant (Nova Scotia)
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October 18 — Alberta Bound

The Carolines (Alberta)

A phenomenal vocal trio from Edmonton, Chloe Albert, Lesley Pelletier, & Katie Perman apply their gorgeous harmonies to clas- sics from Dolly Parton to Hank Williams to The McGuire Sisters.

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The Gords (Alberta)

Alumni of Ian Tysons band, The 3 Gords (Gord Mathews, Gord Maxwell, & Gordon Lee Worden) are all three gifted players & songwriters who together offer a remarkable rich sound.

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Mark Davis (Alberta)

Mark Davis is a many-faceted artist: musician, mentor, soundtrack producer. A key member of Edmonton band Old Reliable, Mark is surely one of the most under- rated songwriters around.

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November 15

Eilen Jewell (USA)

Eilen Jewell is the Queen of the Minor Key. Sad songs & dark humor are her wealth & finery. Lend her your ears, and you will quickly hear why her humble subjects admire & adore her!

Eilen will be appearing with her full band of course!

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November 29

David Myles (Nova Scotia)

Somewhere in the spectrum between James Taylor and Justin Timberlake, David Myles has forged his own path, embracing modern and vintage pop, folk and soul music.

Bonus: an opening set from 2013 Edmonton Folk Music Festival sensation TIM CHAISSON!

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January 24

The Lazy Eights (Alberta)

The Lazy Eights, featuring members of the Co-Dependents (Steve Pineo, Kit Johnson, Tim Leacock and Ross Watson) are perennial favorites of the club. Folk-country-blues at its finest. Always a great show!

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Heather Blush (Alberta)

Heather Blush and The Uppercuts will knock your socks off with "Adult Alternative" jazz, blues, and folk-inspired original songs.

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February 7

Madison Violet (Ontario)

Folk-pop duo Madison Violet (Lisa MacIsaac and Brenley MacEachern) tour all around the world, and everywhere audiences have swooned over their storytelling and songs.

Welcome back ladies!

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February 21

Jeremy Fisher* (Ontario)

A talented wordsmith and masterful storyteller, whose unorthodox music-making has earned him a sizeable cult-following in North America.

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March 7

Del Barber (Manitoba)

One of the finest singer/songwriters quickly moving up the Canadian roots music scene, Winnipeg-born Del Barber is following in the footsteps of John Prine, Greg Brown and Steve Earle ... a must- hear artist!

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Plus Karen Savoca & Pete Heitzman (USA)

Karen Savoca puts her heart and soul into a song, charming audiences with her supple alto and a boundless range of expression. Welcome back Karen (and Pete Heitzman)!

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March 21

Vin Garbutt (UK)

Many folks have asked When’s Vin coming back?

Penguin Eggs Magazine says "... Garbutt is the undisputed master of communicating with an audience". He cuts through the bull, making us laugh and squirm at the same time. An international treasure. Oh, and his singing & playing aint bad either!

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April 11

James Hill with Ann Janelle (Nova Scotia)

A classically trained musician, James Hill is known as one of the world’s BEST ukulele players. Add to that songwriter, singer, teacher, and collaborator - with his partner Anne Janelle, who plays the cello(!) we are in for an amazing season finale concert!

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We are looking for a few keen volunteers. Please our coordinator, Barb, for more info or to join our fine team.

* Substitution for a prevously booked act. We appologize for any inconvenience and will honor existing tickets for this date. Patrons holding tickets for this date preferring a refund may do so by returning them to the point of purchase.