EVENTS COMING UP

Hiroya Tsukamoto

A unique and original fusion of jazz, South American folkloric rhythms, Western harmonies, and the lyricism of traditional Japanese melodies. Concert Fri, October 31 at UCH Clover Lane Campus. »MORE»

Fall Coffee House

Live acoustic music from local and regional performers, in an intimate, smoke- and alcohol-free setting. Free coffeehouse concert Sat, November 1 at Fort Hunter Barn. »MORE»

Holly Near

Beloved songwriter, respected around the globe for her music and work toward social justice. Her concert will include an opening set by the Central PA Womyn's Chorus. Workshop, Potluck and Concert Sat, November 8 at Market Square Church. »MORE»

Matuto

Appalachian fiddle tunes take on a Brazilian lilt — South American percussion riffs it up with North American blues and jazz — the American South meets world music funk! Matinée Concert Sun, November 16 at Appalachian Brewing Company. »MORE»

Bill Staines

Nanci Griffith says: “Bill Staines has been my hero since 1977. He carries on where Woody left off — carrying on the tradition of stories and characters you wish you knew.” Concert Sat, November 22 at Fort Hunter. »MORE»

Neidig, Koretzky, Gehret & Campbell

These guys have become a tradition. Four of the finest musicians in our area: Kevin Neidig, Henry Koretzky, Ken Gehret & Bruce Campbell. Matinée Concert Sun, January 18 at Appalachian Brewing Company. »MORE»

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Sponsorship not only helps us present the folk acts you love — you'll also enjoy preferred seating, get to meet the performers, and be recognized from the stage. Become a sponsor with a donation of $200 and receive all these benefits... »MORE»

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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»

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Concerts at The Wagon Shed

The Wagon Shed Concert Series in New Freedom hosts The Honey Dewdrops on August 9 and Chris Smither on August 16. »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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EVENTS COMING UP:

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

Go to Event Page for Hiroya Tsukamoto Go to Event Page for Fall Coffee House Go to Event Page for Holly Near Go to Event Page for Matuto Go to Event Page for Bill Staines Go to Event Page for Neidig, Koretzky, Gehret & Campbell Go to Event Page for Pete & Maura Kennedy Go to Event Page for The Western Flyers Go to Event Page for Winter Coffee House Go to Event Page for Guy Davis Go to Event Page for Le Vent Du Nord Go to Event Page for Le Bruit Court dans la Ville Go to Event Page for Spring Coffee House Go to Event Page for Craver, Hicks, Watson & Newberry Go to Event Page for John McCutcheon

MANY THANKS...

...to all these folks who make our events possible.

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