Lucy Farrell – Monday 22nd July
Green Note, Camden
“One of the most refreshing interpreters of traditional song in the UK” – **** Songlines  More details

Sonny Brazil – Thursday 25th July
Soho Folk and Blues
Sonny Brazil is a Folk singer and Squeeze Box Player from the south east of England. Raised in South East London and Brighton, Sonny dwells among the Bargee Traveller Community, living and playing music as they have for centuries on the inland waterways of England. More details

Will Allen – Wednesday 31st July
Green Note, Camden
Will Allen has been playing traditional dance music since he was a teenager when he began playing button accordion. He is a mainstay of the London folk scene performing in Brown Boots, Club Debris and a regular feature of the session and dance circuit.  More details

The Bombadils – Sunday 4th August
Green Note, Camden
Three-time Canadian Folk Music Award nominees and the 2023 Music Nova Scotia Americana/Bluegrass Recording of the year recipients —The Bombadils offer stirring and intimate lyrics with intertwining string-band arrangements, and tinges of bluegrass. More

Gavin Fairhall Lever – Monday 5th August
Green Note, Camden
Gavin Fairhall Lever brings together three acclaimed musicians to present a fresh, contemporary folk music born of their diverse roots. More details

Sam Grassie and Ellie McCann – Wednesday 7th August
Soho Folk and Blues
Sam Grassie is a fingerstyle guitarist & songwriter from Biggar, Scotland.
Ellie McCann is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist More details

Northern Resonance & William Jack – Thursday 8th August
Green Note, Camden
Scandinavian string trio Northern Resonance takes newly composed folk music into a new soundscape.
Australian Cellist, Guitarist and Songwriter William Jack explores multiple genres and styles. More details

BLÁNID – Sunday 11th August – Matinee Show
Green Note, Camden
BLÁNID’s hauntingly powerful voice and confessional, folk-infused songwriting style have been causing a stir in her native Ireland and beyond. More details

Orphean Sprig – Sunday 11th August
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Originally crossing paths in the session scene of Cambridge, Orphean Sprig are an instrumental folk band with a shared passion for the traditional music of Scotland. More details

Tessa Devine – Friday 16th August
The Harrison, Kings Cross
As a multi-instrumentalist indie-folk singer-songwriter, Tessa possesses a vocal range that traverses from her deep love-drenched lows, to sublime soprano heights. More details

Clementine Lovell Trio – Thursday 22nd August
Soho Folk and Blues
Clementine Lovell is a singer and accordion player with roots in both English and Irish folk, whose influences include folk rock/revival, classical, electronic and experimental music. More details

Owl Light Trio and Anna McLuckie & Gail Tasker – Monday 26th August
Owl Light Trio draw upon their combined influences to create complex, compelling and heartfelt arrangements. .. Anna McLuckie and Gail Tasker experiment by pairing trad with improv, old tunes with new approaches, and slow airs with fast-paced jigs. More details

We Mavericks – Monday 2nd September
Green Note, Camden
Musical twins and mavericks besides, they’re folk that resembles everything else: Bringing challenging originals, entertaining stories and incredible energy, this new duo packs emotional punches but have songs to heal the scars. More details

Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal – Tuesday 3rd September
Green Note, Camden
Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal (fiddle, guitar and song) are leading lights in the Scottish traditional music scene More details

Ailsa Mainwaring & Nick Siepmann – Thursday 5th September
Cuts, Soho
Ailsa Mainwaring and Nick Siepmann present an evening of carefully chosen traditional songs and vivid original compositions. More details

Caitlin Gilligan, Zoë Bestel and Calum Gilligan – Tuesday 10th September
Green Note, Camden
An exceptional Folk Singer Songwriter Triple bill More details

Alex Hart and Craig Joiner – Monday 16th September
Green Note, Camden
A folk singer songwriter double bill More details

Painted Sky – Wednesday 18th September
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Painted Sky have only recently emerged onto the UK folk scene, but they have already made a lasting impression with their progressive acoustic sound. More details

Lost Revellers – Thursday 19th September
Cuts, Soho
Lost Revellers are a four piece original folk band from East Sussex. Their music draws on Gypsy jazz, tango, celtic and Eastern-European folk More details

Claudia Schwab – Friday 20th September
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Claudia Schwab is an award-winning originally Austrian fiddle player, singer and composer who lives and works in Ireland. More details

Elye Cuthbertson with support from Tamise – Saturday 21st September
Matinee Show
Green Note, Camden
An afternoon of traditional and contemporary instrumental folk music More details

Pillow Fite and Lizzy Hardingham – Sunday 22nd September
Green Note, Camden
Pillow Fite is Halifax, Nova Scotias most exciting new musical duo.
Folk infused singer songwriter Lizzy Hardingham sings songs that drive straight to the heart More details

Michell, Pfeiffer & Kulesh – Sunday 29th September
Matinee Show
Green Note, Camden
Michell, Pfeiffer & Kulesh are an all-female close harmony folk trio that brings together the exciting talents and exquisite voices of award-winning singers and songwriters Odette Michell, Karen Pfeiffer and Daria Kulesh. More details

Hushman – Monday 7th October
Green Note, Camden
Hushman is the new solo project from Ewan MacPherson, a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer with over twenty years of experience in the UK folk /trad music scene. Ewan has toured extensively and collaborated with a number of well-known artists in the British Folk scene and beyond. More details

James Kerry Trio – Tuesday 8th October
The Harrison, Kings Cross
James Kerry is well known for his passionate, rhythmic playing rooted in folk dance tradition.  More details

The Magpies – Sunday 13th October
The Water Rats, Kings Cross
The Magpies are one of the most exciting acts on the roots scene, combining first class musicianship with sublime harmonies and increasingly impressive song and tune writing. More details

Eleanor Dunsdon & Gregor Black – Tuesday 15th October
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Eleanor Dunsdon and Gregor Black are a Glasgow-based harp and percussion duo who blend their respective sounds of Scottish clarsach and Irish bodhrán, along with contemporary percussion and vocals, they form a dynamic and innovative new duo.  More details

Angeline Morrison – Monday 21st October
Green Note, Camden
Angeline Morrison is a singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who explores traditional song with a deep love, respect and curiosity More details

Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer – Thursday 24th October
Green Note, Camden
Anglo-German duo Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer offer a versatile miscellany of self-penned and imaginatively arranged songs More details

Jim Causley and Miranda Sykes present Ghosts, Werewolves and Countryfolk
– the Songs and stories of Sabine Baring-Gould –
Friday 25th October
Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead
Six-time BBC Folk Awards nominee Jim Causley and Miranda Sykes of Award-Winning Show of Hands and Daphne’s Flight come together for the first time to celebrate the centenary of a Victorian superstar through his music and stories. More details

Wickenwood – Monday 28th October
Green Note, Camden
Wickenwood play acoustic music with contemporary influences, based around harmony-driven vocals More details

Hop Skotshne – Monday 4th November
Green Note, Camden
Hop Skotshne is a new collaboration of Klezmer musicians who are exploring this wonderful repertoire together! More details

James Delarre & Saul Rose – Monday 11th November
Green Note, Camden
Old friends James (Topette!!, Mawkin) & Saul (Faustus, Eliza Carthy) are known for their warmth and exquisitely delivered traditional tunes and songs. More details

Mishra and Once a Fig – Wednesday 13th November
Servant Jazz Quarters, Dalston
Mishra are a global folk duo from the UK gathering international recognition, who draw together roots in UK traditional music with continent-spanning musical textures into a multi-limbed virtuoso performance. 
Once a Fig immerse themselves in myriad musical soundscapes, intertwining traditional folk melodies with original compositions and improvisations More details

Bella Gaffney – Monday 18th November
Green Note, Camden
Bella Gaffney’s music is characterised by her  distinctive voice, intricate guitar playing, and her knack for storytelling. More details

The All Night Chemist – Monday 16th December
Green Note, Camden
The All Night Chemist’s music combines American and British folk music with 70s rock and 90s absurdist indie, walking a delicate line between the domestic and the surreal, the tragic and the comic More details