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Hat Fitz & Cara, ‘Ndiaz, Alain Genty et Joanne McIver, Yann Tiersen Solo, Ampouailh, Anxo Lorenzo, Daoirí Farrell, Gnoss, Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys, Iona Fyfe, Rag Foundation, Rhiannon Giddens, Le Vent du Nord, De Temps Antan, Startijenn, Vishtèn and more. festival-interceltique.bzh


Ethno Finland,


Kortistontila, Mäntsälä (7th – 13th Aug) is an international week-long folk music camp, for advanced young folk musicians aged 17–30 years, led by Antti Järvelä and Allan Skrobe. kansanmusiikkiliitto.fi/ethno-finland


Ethno Germany, Burg


Lichtenberg (9th – 19th Aug) is a folk and traditional music camp for young musicians from all over the world near the town of Kusel to play, teach and learn traditional music from all over the world. Artistic leaders include Kathryn Doener, Christoph Schoenbeck, Maarja Soomre and Kieren Alexander. jmd.info


Edmonton Folk Music


Festival in Canada takes place on 9th – 12th August with a bill including Ry Cooder, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tinariwen, Trio Da Kali, The Decemberists, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Ferron, Lord Huron, Regina Spektor, Molly Tuttle, Sharon Shannon, Martin Simpson, Breabach, Ferron, Jimmie Dale Gilmore & Bill Kirchen, Kaia Kater, Les Poules à Colin, Mairtin O’Connor Trio with Iarla O Lionáird, Neko Case, Rev Sekou, Rura, Sidi Touré, This Is The Kit, The Wailin’ Jennys and many more including Amos Garrett & The House Band. edmontonfolkfest.org


Folkfestivalham, Ham,


Belgium (10th – 12th Aug) has a line-up including La Compagnie D’Elias, Seyir Trio, Naomi Vercauteren Trio, Dervish, Domo Emigrantes, Orchestre International Du Vetex and more. folkfestivalham.be


Telemark International Folk


Music Festival, Bø, Norway (10th – 12th Aug) features Sudan Dudan, Ånon Egeland og Mikael Marin, Ni Liv, Gåte, Anne Hytta and more. telemarkfestivalen.no


Tønder Festival, Denmark


(23rd – 26th Aug) features The Mavericks, B. B. King Tribute feat.


Imarhan


Mike Andersen, Shaka & James Loveless, Otis Grand, Oysterband, The Secret Sisters, Jeffrey Foucault, Skerryvore, Cóig, 3Hattrio, Sharon Shannon, Vishtén, Ímar, Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker & John Doyle, The Chair, Luke Winslow-King, Darlingside, Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys, Irish Mythen, Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys, Tide Lines, DR Big Band & Basco, Allan Taylor, FolkBALTICA Ensemble, Romengo, Skipinnish, Gawurra, Mari Boine, Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton, Lankum, The East Pointers, The Elephant Sessions and more. tf.dk


TOURS


Natalie Merchant has ‘An Evening With…’ summer dates in intimate and historic venues across the UK at Guildhall, St Ives (13th July); Exeter Phoenix (14th); Komedia, Bath (16th); Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham (17th); The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge (18th); The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh (20th); King’s Hall, Ilkley (24th); Buxton Opera House (25th); St George’s Church, Brighton (27th); Emmanuel United Reformed Church, Cambridge (28th); St John The Evangelist, Oxford (30th).


Imarhan from Algeria have UK dates at The Haunt, Brighton (28th August); Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (30th); Smugglers Festival, Deal (31st); Moseley Folk Festival, Birmingham (1st September); End of the Road Festival, Wiltshire (2nd); Village Underground, London (4th); Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (5th); Broadcast, Glasgow (6th); District, Liverpool (7th); Hole In The Wall, Manchester (8th); Thekla, Bristol (10th).


Blowzabella have summer dates at Gran Bal Trad, Ivrea, Italy (27th June – 1st July); Rudolstadt Festival, Germany (6th – 8th July); Sidmouth Folk Festival (5th & 6th Aug); Broadstairs Folk Festival (11th & 12th); Fete de la Vielle, Anost, France (17th); Etetrad Festival, Italy (18th); Shrewsbury Folk Festival (24th & 25th); Towersey Festival (26th & 27th); La


Tour du Pin, Nevers, France (21st – 23rd Sept); St David’s Hall, Cardiff (25th); Pontardawe Arts Centre (26th); Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (27th); Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal (28th); Holmfirth Civic Hall (29th); Kennington Village Hall. Oxford (30th).


Catch summer Lankum appearances at Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival (21st July); Larmer Tree Music Festival (22nd); Boomtown (12th August).


Suzanne Vega plays at G Live, Guildford (18th Aug); De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill (19th); Leeds Town Hall (21st).


Steve Earle & The Dukes have UK tour dates at Ramblin’ Man Festival, Maidstone (30th June); Brighton Dome (17th July); River Town, Bristol Academy (18th); Under the Stars Festival, Barnsley (20th); Summertyne, Sage Gateshead (21st); Ritz, Manchester (22nd); Vicar Street, Dublin (24th); The Limelight, Belfast (25th); Southern Fried, Perth (26th); Birmingham Institute (28th); Barbican, London (29th).


Galician bagpipes player


Anxo Lorenzo has rare UK dates this summer at Headingley Enterprise And Arts Centre, Leeds (5th July); Brixton Jamm, London (6th); Priddy Folk Festival, Somerset (7th).


Belgium’s WÖR have UK dates at London Folk Festival (1st September); Folk At The Froize, Woodbridge, Suffolk (2nd).


Ma Polaine’s Great Decline (featured this issue and with a track on the fRoots 69 compilation) appear at Folk On The Quay, Poole (30th June); Rhythmtree Festival, Isle of Wight (14th July); Upton Blues Festival (21st); Ron’s Speakeasy, Deptford (27th); Harlequin Fair, nr Norwich (5th August); Purbeck Valley Folk Festival (19th); Bell Inn, Bath (23rd September); Cafe Kino, Bristol (28th); The Bear Club, Luton (29th).


Alden Patterson &


Dashwood promote their new album By The Night with dates at Flatlands Festival, Suffolk (30th June); Priddy Folk Festival (6th July); Abbotsbury Festival (7th); Ely Folk Festival (13th); Folk By The Oak, Hatfield (15th); Warwick Folk Festival (27th); Cambridge Folk Festival (3rd Aug); Sidmouth Folk Week (5th); Purbeck Valley Folk Festival (17th), Folk East, Glemham


RANT


Hall, Suffolk (18th) and Shrewsbury Folk Festival (24th).


Rachel Newton – central to


this issue’s cover feature – plays at Fringe By The Sea, Berwick (6th Aug); The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool (14th) and with her trio at Allen Valleys Folk Festival, Allendale (29th Sept).


The Rheingans Sisters play at Cleckheaton Folk Festival, West Yorkshire (8th July); Sidmouth Folk Week (7th – 9th August); Towersey Festival (26th); Bromyard Folk Festival (8th September); Swanage Folk Festival (9th); Saltburn Folk Club, North Yorkshire (21st); The Witham, Durham (22nd); King’s Place, London (28th); The Met, Bury (29th).


RANT play at Lau-Land, Edinburgh (18th Aug); Reeth Memorial Hall, Richmond (13th Sept); The David Hall, South Petherton (14th); Cranshaws Village Hall, Duns (15th); FTH Theatre, Falkirk (16th).


The Poozies are playing at Chorlton Irish Club, Manchester (19th September); St Mary’s Music Hall, London (20th); Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham (22nd); Lewes Conservative Club (23rd).


Leveret have September dates at Wingfield Barns (1st); Haverhill Arts Centre (2nd); Middlesbrough Town Hall (4th); Kings Place, London (5th); West End Centre, Aldershot (6th); The Greystones, Sheffield (7th); Exeter Phoenix (11th); The Stables Theatre, Wavendon (12th); Lincoln Drill Hall (13th); Ruskin Mill, Nailsworth (14th); Folk At The Flavel, Dartmouth (15th).


Chris Wood plays at


Campfire Club, London (6th July); Larmer Tree Music Festival (21st); Camp Bestival, East Lulworth (27th); Moseley Folk Festival (1st Sept); Bromyard Folk Festival (8th).


Steve Tilston promotes his


new album Distant Days with dates at Holywell Music Festival, Halifax (29th June); Coal Aston Village Hall, Derbyshire (14th July); Lamyatt Village Hall, Shepton Mallet (20th); Bristol Harbour Festival (21st); Tolmen Centre, Constantine (28th); Folk On The Moor, Ivybridge (29th); Sidmouth Folk Week (4th & 5th August); Saltburn Folk Festival (12th); Broadstairs Folk Week (17th); Whitby Folk Week (19th – 21st); Acoustic Music


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