Bringing music to the Valley

The Kelowna Folk Club is a non-profit volunteer-driven organization dedicated to the promotion and fostering of live music and its cultural heritage.

 "The Kelowna Folk Club has unfailingly brought exquisite talent to the community. Their reputation for inviting quality acts to our city means all one really has to know is the date of the next concert, because we are guaranteed to get our money's worth."
Anna Jacyszyn, eVent! magazine

With great support from our members,
most of our concerts are SOLD OUT performances.

Our house concert attendees have raved about the experience.
We announce these events as we move foward, but please visit us regularly before the event sells out. This is a fabulous way to see these entertainers in a unique intimate setting.

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The Kelowna Folk Club is pleased to present
our fall 2017 concert schedule.

Sunday, Sept 10th - Matthew Byrne
#8- 2565 Main Street, West Kelowna,

Saturday, Sept 23rd, Roy Forbes,
Creekside Theatre in Lake Country at 7:30 pm

Tuesday, Sept 26th - Alan Gerber
#2, 3105 Thacker Drive, West Kelowna, at 7:30 pm

Wednesday, Oct 25th, Karen Savoca,
3794 Mission Springs Drive, Kelowna, at 7:30 pm

Friday, November 17th, Vishtèn
Celtic and Cajun Music
also appearing are the British sensations The Young'uns

Creekside Theatre, Lake Country, at 7:30 pm

Thursday, November 23rd,
Ben Sures
2754 Cameron Rd, West Kelowna, at 7:30 pm

Tickets will be available at ABC Hobby in Kelowna, Mad Hatter Bookstore in West Kelowna or online at
Contact: Ruth O'Doherty Artistic Director, Kelowna Folk Club kelownafolkclub@gmail,com


Tickets are now available from the website.


Friday, November 17th, 2017
Show time: 7:30pm

Location: Creekside Theatre,
10241 Bottom Wood Lake Rd, Lake Country, BC

A fiery blend of traditional French songs and original instrumentals that fuse Celtic and Acadian genres with a modern sensibility.

Tickets for this Creekside Theatre performance are available at or call 250-862-2867.


November 17th, 7:30 pm

Creekside Theatre, Lake Country
10241 Bottom Wood Lake Road

For over a decade, the Acadian powerhouse trio Vishtèn has dazzled audiences with its fiery blend of traditional French songs and original instrumentals that fuse Celtic and Acadian genres with a modern rock sensibilities and indie-folk influences. This band from Canada’s east coast has been recognized as an ambassador of Francophone culture around the world.

Hailing from Prince Edward Island's Evangeline Region and the most remote reaches of Quebec—the windswept Magdalen Islands—twin sisters Emmanuelle and Pastelle LeBlanc join musical forces with Pascal Miousse to create a sophisticated sonic signature that combines tight vocal harmonies, layered foot percussion, and virtuosic acoustic instrumentation. Their trademark blend of fiddle, guitar, accordion, octave mandolin, whistles, piano, bodhrán, jaw harp and percussive dance result in a tour de force of traditional and contemporary music.

Performing and teaching extensively on three continents, they have released five award-winning albums, including the 2016 East Coast Music Award for "Roots/Traditional Group Recording of the Year”.


Vishtèn music sample here....

Also featuring British sensations The Young'uns.

The Young'uns won the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards "Best Group" award in 2015 and 2016.

$20 with all proceeds to the artist.

Tickets at ABC Hobby - Kelowna, or at
Mad Hatter Bookstore - West Kelowna
(cash only please for these outlets)

or.. for your convenience, purchase here with PAYPAL.
PAYPAL accepts all major credit cards and a paypal account
is not required.


  A Livingroom Concert
Thursday Nov 23, 2017, 7:30 pm

2754 Cameron Rd, West Kelowna

Ben Sures is a Canadian roots musician and contributor to CBC's The Irrelevant Show and is the son of Order of Canada-winning ceramic artist Jack Sures and painter and illustrator Deborah Uman-Sures.

A mostly-self-taught musician, Sures discovered the music of Robert Johnson at age 15 and devoted himself to the study of blues and roots.

Ben spent close to a decade as an itinerant street musician and more than 20 years touring the Canadian coffee house and festival circuit both as a solo headliner and as a sideman for blues musicians such as Harp Dog Brown, Rita Chiarelli and Paul Reddick. During that time, he developed a distinctive, quirky songwriting style marked by plain-spoken lyrics that often express unique takes on unusual topics.

He won the folk category of the 2005 John Lennon Song Competition with "Any Precious Girl, a compassionate yet unpatronizing song about a young woman with bipolar disorder.

Sures music sample here...

Tickets at ABC Hobby - Kelowna, Mad Hatter Bookstore - West Kelowna (cash only please for these outlets) or online at

House Concert Venues:
To be posted at the time
of concert announcement.


Contact person: Ruth O'Doherty
tel 1-250-999-1965

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