Island folk festival 2015 line up

Exciting musical line up for the 2015 festival running from July 24th to 26th at Providence Farm, located just outside of Duncan

The Islands Folk Festival is proud to announce the exciting musical line up for the 2015 festival running from July 24th to 26th at Providence Farm, located just outside of Duncan. We have performers coming from three countries and five provinces; a handful of blues acts; David Vest, Doug Cox & Radoslav Lorkovic, Kat Danser, and Russell deCarle; a handful of Celtic acts; Cóig, Crikey Mor, the Mary Murphy Band, and Trinitude; a handful of bands for the dancing folks; Bombolessé,  HuDost, Masimba Marimba, and Matuto; some singer songwriters for the listening folks; the Aaron Murray Project, Fred Eaglemith, Gary Fjellgaard, Martyn Joseph, Roy Forbes, and Shari Ulrich; and for the kids, Bobs & LoLo. Plus the Babe Gurr Band, the Dustin Bentall Band, Fallbrigade, Genevieve & the Wild Sundays, the Jessica Stuart Few, Paul Gellman, Shred Kelly, Stanton & Paradis, The Konsorados, and even more…

The Islands Folk Festival is produced by the Cowichan Folk Guild, a not-for-profit organization, mostly run by volunteers. We produce Coffeehouses, Concerts and Dances throughout the year, as well as the Islands Folk Festival. Our festival is a community festival for families who love music. Folks come from all over Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and the Mainland to become a part of our community for this musical weekend. The Islands Folk Festival offers three outdoor stages, concerts in the Chapel, a Workshop area, the SparkleZone Area with activities for the wee folks, plus Food Vendors, Craft and Information booths, and lots of space for Camping families. For more Information and to buy Tickets please go to



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