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Celtic and East Coast Traditions

At Celtic Folk, we provide a supportive and encouraging environment to promote Celtic, Irish, Scottish, and East Coast music, song, dance, and culture.

Our clubs are now in an amplified, folk-concert format – where the audience gives its full attention to the performers. Most performers are local to the Calgary region although that is not a rule.

We will be experimenting with other event formats and a few other surprises to grow and support the music and culture locally.

Upcoming Events

Announcing the dates for our 2019/20 season. Performer details will be added as they emerge.

29Mar 2020

Concert – Rum Ragged (Cancelled)

NOTICE: The event is cancelled as the bands, venues, and organizers put everyone’s safety at the forefront due to COVID-19 concerns.  We might be able to re-book at a later date. Make sure you sign-up for email updates (click the button) so we can keep you up to date on our Celtic and East Coast themed events. When we heard Rum Ragged is going to be in town and had a free night, we just had to get the lads in for a Calgary show. They will be joined by guests Dave Whitty and Morrissey’s Private Stock. You won’t want to miss this special event.

4Apr 2020

Concert – Whiskey in the Jar (Cancelled)

NOTICE: The event is cancelled as the bands, venues, and organizers put everyone’s safety at the forefront due to COVID-19 concerns.  We might be able to re-book at a later date. Make sure you sign-up for email updates (click the button) so we can keep you up to date on our Celtic and East Coast themed events. I’ve seen fiddler Scott Duncan around Calgary over the years. When we re-launched Celtic Folk, I knew we would have to have him out in some configuration for a show. When Delta Whiskey launched, I knew that was a perfect mix. Well, two years later, we have them slotted as our closing band.

Call for Performers

If you are a local performer or group and think you might be a good match for one of our Club/Concert evenings, drop us a note at info@celticfolkcalgary.ca. If you are passing through the area during the fall to spring months – give us a shout – you never know what could be possible when the wind is right.

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