Painted Sky POSTPONED – 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

The Folk Detectives – Wednesday 29th May
Water Rats, Kings Cross
This new hit musical comedy act features Matthew Crampton and Paul Hutchinson as The Folk Detectives, a pair of bold but inept podcasters.“ A cheeky and comic romp.” Sidmouth Herald More details

Dik Cadbury – Thursday 30th May
Soho Folk and Blues @ Cuts
Dik Cadbury is an English multi-instrumentalist and singer, principally known as a bass guitarist and as former member of Decameron and the backing band of former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett. More details

Those Folk – Friday 31st May
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Truly authentic, naturally charismatic, and delightfully entertaining, Lawrence Menard (USA) and Clare Quinn (AUS) are the transpacific troubadours known as ‘Those Folk’. 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

Monique Clare – Monday 3rd June
Green Note, Camden
Wielding a cello and striking vocals, with driving rhythms and intricate melodies, Monique Clare is offbeat, cathartic and mesmerising. More details

A E R Y N – Friday 7th June
The Harrison, Kings Cross
London-born original artist AERYN (she/her) is the architect behind a unique sound which encompasses both their love of music and its creation, and their deep connection to the environment that raised them.. More details

Oysland Trio – Thursday 13th June
Soho Folk and Blues @ Cuts
Swooping with panache through centuries of forgotten music, Oysland preserve all the original heartfelt melodies, foot-stomping beats and echoes of a bygone era. 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

Seb Stone – Tuesday 18th June
Green Note, Camden
Seb Stone is a traditional singer, whistle player and uilleann piper drawing on a varied repertoire of traditional English and Irish songs More details

Steve Ashley – Thursday 27th June
Soho folk and blues
Steve Ashley has long been regarded as one of British folk’s finest singer-songwriters. More details

Once a Fig and Louis Campbell & Dave Malkin – Monday 1st July
Green Note, Camden
Once a Fig immerse themselves in myriad musical soundscapes, intertwining traditional folk melodies with original compositions and improvisations
Louis Campbell & Dave Malkin explore how ancient traditional English music can be arranged with modern perspectives.. More details

Slack Bird – Wednesday 3rd July
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Slack Bird combines the best sides of the deep south and the cold north putting together classic Appalachian banjo playing and the dark melodies of drony Finnish traditional music. More details

Bitter Blossoms – Saturday 6th July
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Nettles and Hemlock is the new summer show from Bitter Blossoms.
Explore this heady and lore filler time of year with us, the daily and yearly rituals bound by the seasons and traditions. 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

Josh Geffin and Shem Filmore & Adina Presman – Thursday 11th July
Cuts, Soho
Josh Geffin is a highly acclaimed singer-songwriter from London whose virtuosic guitar playing and poetic songs create a spellbinding experience full of depth, humour and musical beauty.
Shem Filmore and Adina Presman explore the world of English folk music, with its many forms, facets and connections, leaving no stone unturned. More details

Hearken Quartet and Duo Gestrikt – Saturday 13th July – Matinee show
Green Note, Camden
An afternoon of European folk dance tunes – More details

Kate Griffin & Matchume Zango – Sunday 14th July
Aces & Eights, Tufnell Park
Kate Griffin (UK banjo player) and Matchume Zango (Mozambique multi-instrumentalist) are forging a new cross-cultural collaboration celebrating the universal power of traditional music. 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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