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Folk festival over, but concert series continues

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The Wailin' Jennys —Heather Masse, Ruth Moody, Nicky Mehta, from left — will play the Burton Cummings Theatre Nov. 1 as part of the Winnipeg Folk Festival's fall concert series.

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The Wailin' Jennys —Heather Masse, Ruth Moody, Nicky Mehta, from left — will play the Burton Cummings Theatre Nov. 1 as part of the Winnipeg Folk Festival's fall concert series.

The Winnipeg Folk Festival wants music fans to know it’s "Hear All Year" with a packed slate of fall concerts featuring many past Folk Fest performers.

In addition to the previously announced Ryan Adams gig on Oct 12 at the Burton Cummings Theatre, the festival is also presenting shows from Joe Pug (Sept. 6, Park Theatre), Zeus (Sept. 20, Park Theatre), Beach House (Sept. 30, Pyramid Cabaret), the Wooden Sky (Oct. 4, West End Cultural Centre), the Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer (Oct. 8, Park Theatre), Bombay Bicycle Club (Oct. 12, Garrick Centre) and Bahamas (Oct. 23, Garrick Centre).

November will feature concerts from the Wailin’ Jennys (Nov. 1, Burton Cummings Theatre), the Strumbellas (Nov. 10, Park Theatre), David Linley (Nov. 22, Park Theatre), Shakey Graves (Nov. 25, Park Theatre) and Cold Specks (Nov. 30, Park Theatre). Hometown boys the Crooked Brothers will drop a new album at the WECC on Dec. 12.

Tickets for all shows are on sale now at Ticketmaster and the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store.

 

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