Photography by Twila
This post is part of a series detailing the experiences of Edmonton folkies, Sable and Twila, heading to Winnipeg Folk Festival for the first time. See other posts here. Cross-posted on The Choir Girl Blog.
Crowds for the Colour Draw (Sunday Morning 6:45 am)
Circling the corral (Sunday morning 7 am)
Success! Tarps are laid for the main stage events (Friday’s hill above the first aid tent)
A reminder from organizers to be couteous to those surrounding you.
Workshop Sessions -where the magic of folk fest comes alive. Members of: The Paul McKenna Band and Blue Highway (Saturday Morning Stage 1)
Workshop Session. Members of: La Bottine Souriante, The Paul McKenna Band, Emily Smith and Dry Bones (Saturday afternoon Stage 5)
Dry Bones (Saturday Afternoon Stage 5)
Kiran Ahluwalia, Jayme Stone and James Vincent McMorrow (Sunday Morning Stage 5)
Members of David Wax Museum, The Barr Brothers and Dry Bones (Friday Evening Stage 1)
T. Nile and Her Banjo Jolene (Saturday Morning Stage 3)
Martyn Joseph takes a stroll through the crowd (Friday evening Stage 5)
Arlo Guthrie (Friday Evening Main Stage)
Finale (Sunday Night Main Stage)
Seeing is believing. The Edmonton Folk Fest allows audiences to experience their favorite musicians in a venue that although accommodates 10,000+ music fans can be surprisingly intimate. Have a look and see!
Photos by Twila