Paul Kendler and Ailsa Mainwaring – Thursday 22nd February
Cuts, Soho
Paul Kendler and Ailsa Mainwaring perform all things folk song More details

Orphean Sprig – Thursday 29th February
Green Note Basement Bar, Camden
Orphean Sprig are an instrumental folk band with a shared passion for the traditional music of Scotland. More details

Matt McGinn – Saturday 2nd March
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Matt McGinn is a singer, songwriter & producer from Hilltown in Co. Down. His 5th and latest album release ‘Time Well Spent’ was RTÉ Radio 1 and BBC Radio Ulster’s ‘Album of the Week’ at the beginning of 2022 More details

Phil Odgers and John Kettle: The songs of Phil Ochs – Sunday 3rd March SOLD OUT
Matinee Show
Green Note, Camden
This is a very special matinee performance to launch the highly anticipated album ‘Far Rockaway (the songs of Phil Ochs)’ by Phil Odgers and John Kettle which will be released in March 2024. More details

Phil Odgers and John Kettle: The songs of Phil Ochs – Sunday 3rd March
Aces & Eights, Tufnell Park
This is a very special performance to launch the highly anticipated album ‘Far Rockaway (the songs of Phil Ochs)’ by Phil Odgers and John Kettle which will be released in March 2024. More details

Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow – Monday 4th March
Green Note, Camden
One of the most exciting duos to emerge from the UK in recent times, Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow combine heartfelt musicality, unparalleled virtuosity and vocal harmony. More details

Dave Ellis and Boo Howard – Thursday 7th March
Cuts, Soho
Dave Ellis & Boo Howard are a long established London based acoustic singer songwriter duo. More details

George Sansome and Matt Quinn – Tuesday 12th March
The Harrison, Kings Cross
In an exciting new collaboration between two leading lights of their generation of traditional singers, George Sansome (Granny’s Attic) and Matt Quinn (Dovetail Trio) sing traditional folk songs from the British Isles, both unaccompanied, and accompanied by mandolin and guitar. More details

Once a Fig – Wednesday 13th March
Green Note, Camden
Once a Fig immerse themselves in myriad musical soundscapes, intertwining traditional folk melodies with original compositions and improvisations. More details

The Wilderness Yet – Sunday 17th March
Water Rats, Kings Cross
Taking their name from a Gerard Manley Hopkins classic, this Sheffield-based trio fuse the clear, charismatic vocals of former BBC Young Folk Award finalist Rosie Hodgson with the fine, sensitive fiddling of Rowan Piggott and the deft guitar and flute playing of Philippe Barnes More details

Heather Ferrier – Monday 18th March
Green Note, Camden
With captivating musicianship and a sound that is unapologetically her own, Heather Ferrier is a force to be reckoned with.  An “engaging talker and magnetic performer” (NARC magazine), the Stockport born accordionist, clog dancer and composer is changing the perceptions of alt-folk on her own terms.  More details

Joe Danks – Sunday 24th March
Aces & Eights, Tufnell Park
Joe Danks is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in rural Derbyshire. A dynamic and engaging performer, Joe has enthralled audiences across the UK and Europe with his irresistible energy and sensitive, skillful musicianship. More details

Liz Stringer – Monday 25th March
Green Note, Camden
Liz Stringer is one of Australia’s most admired and versatile songwriters and instrumentalists.  More details

Lewis Wood – Tuesday 26th March
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Lewis Wood is a Folk Violinist, Multi-Instrumentalist and Composer whose playing draws mostly from the English Fiddle tradition, with influences from European and North American folk More details

Phillipe Barnes & Tom Phelan – Album Launch – Thursday 28th March
World Heart Beat Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms
Virtuoso musicians and longstanding friends, Philippe Barnes and Tom Phelan have been exploring the rich legacy of Celtic music together for twenty years. More details

Johnny Campbell – Monday 1st April
Green Note, Camden
With support from Jennie Higgins
Johnny Campbell emerged onto the UK folk scene writing self-penned material and delving deep into Northern English folk song and story….. 2024 sees Campbell releasing True North, an album of Northern English traditional songs recorded on their respective county summits….. More details

Emma Stevens – Thursday 11th April
The Bedford, Balham
Emma Steven’s voice is emotive, clear, effortless and uplifting. More details

East Corner Trio & Phoebe Harty and Cori Smith – Monday 15th April
Green Note, Camden
East Corner Trio create a unique sound through their eclectic musical influences and unusual combination of melodeon, banjolin, and flute and pipes.
Cori Smith and Phoebe Harty intertwine traditional folk tunes with songs and stories More Details

Alex Hart – Wednesday 17th April
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Described by BBC Radio 2 presenter Mark Radcliffe as “the Stevie Nicks of Folk”. More details

Aoife Scott – Tuesday 23rd April
Green Note, Camden
Award winning folk singer Aoife Scott is a songwriter based in Dublin, Ireland. Born into the legendary Black Family, Aoife is steadily rising to the top of the traditional and folk music scene and has long enjoyed success as an established artist in her own right.  More details

Duo Tanghe Coudroy – Monday 5th May
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Duo Tanghe Coudroy are usually to be found performing for folk dances, don’t miss this very rare opportunity to hear them perform in an intimate concert setting More details

Lena Jonsson and Brittany Haas – Monday 6th May
Green Note, Camden
Lena Jonsson and Brittany Haas are two of the most exciting instrumentalists and composers on the traditional music scene today. More details

The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc – Thursday 9th May
St Olavs Norwegian Church, Rotherhithe
“.Just by the voicings, discipline and arrangements they bring to tunes from their native Norway, Sweden and Shetland, Olav Luksengård Mjelva, Anders Hall and Kevin Henderson project the depth and breadth of sound and precision of a string quartet” More details

Lon Dubh – Thursday 16th May
Green Note Basement Bar, Camden
Lon Dubh are a three part harmony trio singing hypnotic original songs inspired by landscapes of Ireland and its ancient folklore. More details

Jack Badcock – Sunday 19th May
Green Note, Camden
“Badcock knows how to make an impact with his clear articulation, melodious phrasing and astute way of relating a narrative” The Herald More details

Liz Simcock – Monday 20th May
Green Note, Camden
Liz Simcock is one of the country’s finest female singer songwriters. Her songs – often autobiographical and highly personal – are immediately accessible to audiences and injected with poetry, emotion and splashes of humour. More details

Painted Sky – Sunday 26th May
Green Note, Camden
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

Farefeld – Saturday 1st June
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Farefeld bring a mix of traditional and self-penned ballads about place, identity, old and new. Driving guitar and bouzouki accompany haunting whistles and harmonium along with intricate and warm vocal harmonies. More details

Tom Kitching – ‘Where There’s Brass’ – Monday 17th June
Green Note, Camden
Author and musician Tom Kitching launches his new book and album, ‘Where There’s Brass’, with a special storytelling and music concert tour. More details

Patakas – Monday 8th July
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Patakas bring driving rhythms and innovative harmony to their fresh interpretations of traditional music and their own original tunes and songs.. More details

Threaded – Monday 15th July
Green Note, Camden
Threaded are an acoustic fusion trio that create and perform music inspired by world folk culture, nature, stories and personal experiences. 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