Tony Trischka & Bruce Molsky

This double-bill features two master musicians at the top of their craft: honoring their roots while creating innovative new traditions. Concert Fri, March 23 at UUCY. »MORE»

Capital 10-Miler: A Run for the Arts

TEAM SUSQUEHANNA FOLK is running the Capital 10-Miler, and we need your support! Sponsor our run, or come out to cheer us on. Sat, March 31 at the riverfront in downtown Harrisburg. »MORE»

Spring Coffee House

Live acoustic music from local and regional performers, in an intimate, smoke- and alcohol-free setting. Free coffeehouse concert Sat, April 14 at Fort Hunter Barn. »MORE»

The East Pointers

Energetic trio from Canada's Prince Edward Island, that blurs the lines between traditional and popular music. Concert Thu, April 19 at Fort Hunter. »MORE»

Martin Carthy & John Doyle

A powerhouse pairing of two musicians who have shaped the face of traditional music on both sides of the Atlantic. Also a free ballad singing workshop and potluck dinner. Workshop, Potluck & Concert Sat, April 28 at Fort Hunter. »MORE»

Curtains: The Musical

Mystery and hilarity combine when the leading lady of a new musical dies onstage on opening night. A special performance to benefit SFMS Tue, May 1 at Oyster Mill Playhouse in Camp Hill. »MORE»


Stay Awhile in York

SFMS and the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau invite you to come to the TONY TRISCHKA & BRUCE MOLSKY concert on Friday, March 23rd and encourage you to "stay awhile" and visit some of the area's other attractions. Consider "steaming into history" in a beautiful 1860s steam train, touring the Harley Davidson plant, checking out Central Market, or relaxing at the magnificent Serenity Spa at Heritage Hills! There is plenty to do in beautiful York County. For more ideas visit »MORE»

Mark your Calendar for our Folk Festival

SFMS is very excited to announce that we have received funds from the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau to help produce a folk festival! The festival will be held at Roundtop Mountain Resort (Ski Roundtop) in Lewisberry on July 28 and 29, 2018. Bookmark the festival website! »MORE»

Help Make It Happen

Did you ever wonder who decides which performers will come to our stage? Who greets the musicians, helps them sell their music? Who provides the tasty treats for our refreshment tables? It's all volunteers — and we invite you join us. Folk is a vibrant living tradition — be a part of it! »MORE»

A Shout-Out to our Coffeehouse Performers

Here's a shout-out to our 2016-17 Coffee House performers: a complete list of bands and individuals, with links to their websites. If you enjoyed them — or if you're looking for some great new music — check out their websites, go out to their gigs, buy their CDs. Support local folk music! »MORE»

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Funding Acknowledgments

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The Susquehanna Folk Music Society (SFMS) is supported by our members and many generous organizations.

Funding is provided by the Cultural Enrichment Fund and by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, administered locally by the Cultural Alliance of York County.

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Each photo is a link to that artist’s Event Page.

Go to Event Page for Tony Trischka & Bruce Molsky Go to Event Page for Capital 10-Miler: A Run for the Arts Go to Event Page for Spring Coffee House Go to Event Page for The East Pointers Go to Event Page for Martin Carthy & John Doyle Go to Event Page for Curtains: The Musical Go to Event Page for Fara Go to Event Page for Smithsonian Folklife Festival

MANY THANKS... all these folks who make our events possible.

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