Our Exciting 2021/2022 Season!

***Note: all concerts this season will be held in the sanctuary, to allow more physical distancing. It will run straight through (60 to 90 minutes) without an intermission, opening act, or food or beverages for sale. ***


October 22nd - Fun Female Trio Dirty Dishes

Blending roots, folk-rock, bluegrass, gospel and country music, Dirty Dishes will have you in stitches one minute and reaching for your handkerchief the next. Lisa Olafson, Suzy Wilde and Alison Porter (uke, guitar and fiddle, respectively) come together with extraordinary energy and flare for their unforgettable live show, donning cowboy boots, gingham dresses, big smiles and a whole lotta sass.


December 3rd - David Newland presents "The Northwest Passage in Story and Song"

David's touring show The Northwest Passage in Story and Song is based on his many voyages to the Arctic as a Zodiac driver, performer and host. Featuring original music, stunning photography, video and drone footage, this multi-media show reconsiders the mythology, and the reality of the Canadian Arctic. David has performed The Northwest Passage in Story and Song from coast, to coast, to coast!


January 28th - Ken Whiteley and the Beulah Band


New music with old soul! Ken Whiteley and The Beulah Band are creating exciting new music that is deeply rooted in traditional North American folk forms. You’ll hear echoes of blues, gospel, swing, string and jug band sounds. They are all outstanding and versatile instrumentalists and great harmony singers. And if anyone can match the youthful energy of his bandmates it is Ken Whiteley. Opening Act: TBD.


February 25th -  Flamenco Guitar and Dance with Jorge Miguel


It'll be a hot and exciting night as award winning flamenco guitarist Jorge Miguel brings his ensemble to the stage. This show will also be a visual delight with fiery flamenco dancing to add to the excitement. Opening Act: TBD.


March 25th - Quebec fiddle group Genticorum


We are excited to be welcoming back this high energy band from Quebec. Their joyful music and charm will get your heart racing and put a smile on your face with tunes on the fiddle and flute, and traditional call and response songs from Quebec. Opening Act: TBD.


April 29th - Harmonizing Duo Gathering Sparks


You will come to listen, and walk away singing. GATHERING SPARKS is the graceful collision of Eve Goldberg and Jane Lewis—musical friends who blend tight harmonies, finely crafted songs, and a love of participatory singing to create an intimate and uplifting experience. Their inclusive approach embraces folk, pop, blues and gospel influences tastefully played on acoustic guitar, piano, accordion, and ukulele. For this show Eve and Jane will be joined by the amazing percussionist Cheryl Prashker.  Opening act: TBD.


May 28th

This event features a wide variety of music and lots of members of the Brampton Folk Club playing plenty of familiar and original songs. This fundraising concert helps finance the club’s participation in many community events. Stay tuned for details! (Note: This is a Saturday evening concert.)


Tickets for all concerts are $20 for adults and $18 for students and seniors. Tickets are available at the door, at the St. Paul’s church office, or through reservations by calling us at 647-BFF-FOLK (647-233-3655). You can also email us at info@bramptonfolk.ca. Tickets are also available through the City Theatre Box Office (905-874-2800).