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Folk Fest bringing Gauthier, Nolan, Miller to city in February

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The Winnipeg Folk Festival is bringing three Birds Hill Park favourites back to Winnipeg this spring.

Americana troubadour Mary Gauthier will be teaming up once again with locals Scott Nolan and Joanna Miller for a show at the Park Theatre on Feb. 20. Tickets are $20 in advance.

On March 25, Irish folkie James Vincent McMorrow will be stopping in at the West End Cultural Centre on his way to Coachella, supporting his just-released record, Post Tropical. Tickets are $22 in advance.

Aussie folkie Kim Churchill, who wowed Folk Fest crowds in 2012, returns to the city April 6, performing at the WECC. Tickets are $20.

Tickets for all three shows go on sale Saturday, Jan. 18 at Ticketmaster and at the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store.

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