and piano-man par excel- lence, Michael McDonald; Icelandic icons Kaleo; Ottawa’s own Juno Award winning swamp-blues rockers, MonkeyJunk; and a wide array of other world-class acts. “We’re confident that this year’s line-up will create quite a buzz among music fans from Ottawa and beyond,” says CityFolk’s executive and artistic
Marvest takes place in Bank Street area venues, is free of charge and family friendly, making it a great oppor- tunity to check out some amazing talent with the kids. Performers, places, and times will be announced once that program is confirmed, and we would recommend that you Check out the CityFolk (www.cityfolkfestival. com) for more to come in the weeks ahead. This year’s CityFolk runs for five amazing days—from Wednesday, September 12 through Sunday, September 16 with fantastic performances from local and interna- tional artists making it an event for everyone in addition to great performances the festival site is licensed and offers a wide variety of food, beverages, and merchan- dise concessions so you can take something home to remember this year CityFolk Festival.
director, Mark Monahan. “Several of the acts we were able to book—such as David Byrne—have been on our wish list for quite a few years.” “We’re confident that this year’s line-up will create quite a buzz among music fans from Ottawa and beyond.” The 25th anniversary celebration will also include Mar- vest—a harvest of terrific local talent, including many Ottawa acts that have performed at the Ottawa Folk Festival in past years.
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