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Various dates 2024-2025


Location is TBD


Amazing Live Music in the Haliburton Highlands!


Time & Location

Various dates 2024-2025

Location is TBD

About the event

The Haliburton County Folk Society is pleased to announce the artists they

will present in their 2024-25 Concert Series. A limited number of series passes will be sold

for the five shows, providing great value to see some amazing live music in the Haliburton


“This is the first time in five years we have programmed a full series, and we are really

excited about our line up, which includes Juno and Canadian Folk Music Award winners and

Polaris Music Prize and Maple Blues Award nominees”, says Artistic Director Sue Shikaze.

“We pride ourselves in bringing top Canadian talent to the Haliburton Highlands. I think

people know that Folk Society shows are a great night of live music, representing a broad

range of genres.”

The series opens on September 14, with Garnetta Cromwell and DaGroovmasters, a

classic, soulful blues band that delivers a high-energy show sure to bring joy to all. They

have performed at festivals across Canada, and were nominated for a 2023 Maple Blues

Award for New Artist/Group.

Bilingual singer, songwriter and fiddle player Aleksi Campagne brings his trio to the stage

on October 18. Recently named Penguin Eggs and Roots Music Canada’s New Discovery of

the Year, Aleksi wows audiences with his unique combination of voice, violin and looping-

effect pedals. He received a Canadian Folk Music Award in 2024 for French Songwriter of

the Year.

On February 1, 2025, hometown favourite Terra Lightfoot returns with her talented trio.

Their energy and charisma onstage together creates musical magic, led by Terra’s

wonderful voice and monster guitar playing. Her latest album Healing Power was recently

long-listed for the prestigious 2024 Polaris Music Prize.

Soul-folk singer from Northern Alberta Celeigh Cardinal will take the stage with her band on

April 19, 2025. With a confident voice, Celeigh owns a stage and captivates audiences,

blending humour and vulnerability in her performances. Her songwriting has been described

as both impactful and sublime and won her a 2020 Juno Award for Indigenous Artist or

Group of the Year.

The series wraps up with Barbra Lica and her band on May 31, 2025. Barbra is a JUNO-

nominated vocalist and singer-songwriter whose music seamlessly blends jazz, country

and folk influences. Described as sunny, upbeat and refreshing, this show will be a great

welcome to spring.

A concert series pass can save you up to 25% over buying individual tickets for each

show. There’s a limited number of passes available, so get yours today! Don’t miss this opportunity to see these acclaimed artists right

here in the Haliburton Highlands!

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