Sun, September 26 - Emerging Artist Showcase
Up-and-coming roots musicians are in the spotlight in our annual Emerging Artist Showcase, one of the highlights of our summer festival and always a fun event.
This year's finalists are:
Tune into the livestream to watch all of them perform and vote for your favorite. Original acoustic music from outstanding new artists — what a wonderful way to wrap up our Endless Summer 2021 Susquehanna Folk Festival. Virtual Showcase on Sunday, September 26 MORE
Fri, October 8 - Hit Rewind: Bruce Molsky & Tony Trischka
Good news for folks who missed our in-person concert with Bruce Molsky & Tony Trischka on Aug 29 — or who loved it and want to share it with distant friends. We recorded it! Grab a ticket, “Hit Rewind,” and watch the concert as a YouTube Premiere starting on Friday, October 8 MORE
Fri, October 15 - Mile Twelve
Though rooted in traditional bluegrass, Mile Twelve surveys a broader musical landscape. We're partnering with Bluegrass@Dickinson to bring you five of the most promising young musicians in bluegrass. Details coming soon; $5 tickets available now! IN-PERSON concert in Carlisle on Friday, October 15. MORE
Sun, November 7 - Caroline Keane & Tom Delaney
After Caroline and Tom's set of Irish traditional tunes in our 2020 Emerging Artist Showcase, our judges all declared they were moving to Dingle. This duo's youthful exuberance and their joy in playing together is irresistible. The show includes both a professionally filmed concert and a virtual visit to their home in Dingle. The beauty and vibrant culture of rural Ireland enlivens their virtual concert premiering on Sunday, November 7. MORE
As our Endless Summer comes to a close, we'd like to take a moment to thank these generous festival sponsors:
Those who play and present music for a living are in difficult straits right now, along with restaurant staff, service workers, and so many others. If you are in a position to do so, please support your community in whatever ways you can.
If you play an instrument, you might consider reaching out to any musician you admire and asking about lessons via video-call. Many of them suddenly have more time and less income than usual! Ask your local music store owner if you can buy a gift certificate. See if the pub down the street is offering carry-out. Support an arts nonprofit whose work you believe in (like SFMS! among others).
Pull together with your community and do what you can. Together we'll get through this.