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, 10 concert, Season Pack $150

Advance tickets are available starting August 24 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 2014/2015 Season

Showcasing some of the best local and international talent we are pleased to present our 29th season.

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

For more info & package purcases please call (780) 438-6410.
Tickets available beginning August 24th from:

Please join our mailing-list for updates, reminders and upcoming performer biographies by completing the sign-up form.
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September 12

The Good Lovelies

Funny and upbeat, with just a pinch of sass, the Good Lovelies' textbook three-part harmonies, constant instrument swapping and witty stage banter have enlivened the folk music landscape since they joined forces in 2006 for their first show at Toronto's funky Gladstone Hotel.

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September 26

Charlie A'Court

From deep within his father's eclectic vinyl collection in MacCallum, NS, Charlie A'Court found inspiration at the crossroads of roots, blues and soul. While turning masters like Redding, King and Collins, Charlie learned to connect his audience with the visceral honesty of music, emotion and respect.

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October 10

Chip Taylor

The New York Times says it best about Chip Taylor. "If you only know him as the as the guy who wrote 'Wild Thing' and 'Angel of the Morning" — you don't know him! Chip Taylor is making some of the most distinctive acoustic music around today"

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October 24

Ridley Bent

Channeling the high-energy performance ethic of artists like Dwight Yoakum and Little Feat, Ridley and his band tear a deep strip off any joint they play. Of course these are love stories told the way only Ridley can; tracks that run the gamut from hard and bitter to hardly better, including a beautifully rendered, deliberately down-tempo take on the classic Tom Petty song , 'You Got Lucky'

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November 28

Danny Michel

Danny Michel is unquestionably one of Canada's best kept secrets. With a pile of albumns and multiple awards and nominations, Danny is not to be missed. His thoughtful songs & earnest live performances often sell-out have to his devoted fan base. A musical chameleon, able to slip into many genres with ease. He is a adventurous & fearless artist.

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January 23

Tim Hus Band

Tim Hus has a voice sweeter than a Husqvarna chainsaw, a wit that is sharper than rusty barbed wire, and a list of songs longer than a Saskatchewan fence line! For the past decade Hus and his Travelin' Band have toured to every corner of the land and beyond performing their distinctive brand of Canadiana cowboy music.

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with Special Guest:
100 Mile House

100 Mile House have pleased audiences at major music festivals and internationional venues alike with their unique brand of original, transatlantic folk. With beautiful harmonies, rich arrangements and captivating lyrics, this award-winning, Edmonton-based group has a truly distinctive sound.

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February 6

Le Vent du Nord

With deep history and playful innovation Quebec’s Le Vent du Nord knows how to turn the lost past into intense and beautiful performances. Leveraging their roots to blaze a path connecting well-heeled Québecois traditions to the wider world, keeping still is impossible while they breeze on stage.

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Plus Opener:

From infectious flying-fingered foot-stomping jigs and reels, to beautiful ballads and richly textured and layered songs, Edmonton-based Celtara entertains their audiences with traditional and original "New World Celtic Music".

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February 27

Kat Danser

Kat Danser's music navigates a paddle steamer from the muddy banks of the Mississippi Delta downriver toward a big ol' full moon over New Orleans. Dubbed 'Queen of the Swamp Blues', this Edmonton-based guitar slinger, songsmith, and blazing vocalist channels the spirit of roots, blues and gospel music pioneers.

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Plus Opener:

Goldtop's music shifts between shadowy dream-pop, crunchy distorted rock and acoustic reverie. This Edmonton-based duo crafts sound that swirls with vintage keyboards, warm tremolo guitars, drum loops and Everly-esque harmonies.

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March 13

Dave Gunning

Singer-songwriter and Pictou County, NS native Dave Gunning has recorded 10 albums with his skillfully lyricized stories of the heart. Drawing from his humble beginnings, Dave transcends the many genres of his coastal roots with songs that "fill your senses and touch your soul". Well-respected names such as Cockburn, Lightfoot, Francey, Hynes and Rogers are often mentioned along-side this strong Canadian artist.

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with Special Guest:
Lizzy Hoyt

Lizzy Hoyt is an award-winning Canadian vocalist and songwriter who also happens to rank among the top Celtic instrumentalists in the country. With the voice of an angel, Lizzy delivers music and stories with soaring melodies rooted in Celtic and folk traditions.

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March 27

The Austin Lounge Lizards

The Austin Lounge Lizards are arguably the perfect pairing of their hometown's moniker, "Music Capital of the World," and its motto: "Keep Austin Weird." For 33 years, the Lizards have been spoofing the topics American families try to avoid at the Thanksgiving table; subjects like politics, religion, romance, the music industry, and their crazy/stupid relatives. With pointed lyrics, precise harmonies and instrumental expertise, the band has become legendary for its satirical skewering through song.

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Kelly Willis &
Bruce Robison

We won't tell these talented Texans that Alberta's a tad larger than the Lone Star State because it doens't matter. They'll fill every corner with perfect harmonies and top-drawer material drawn from next door and beyond the bayou. This duo interpret the best from the likes of Emmylou Harris, T Bone Burnett, Walter Hyatt and the Statler Brothers, just to name a few.

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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.