• Nuela Charles
    Alberta,  Artists

    Artist Spotlight: Nuela Charles

    Nuela Charles is an alternative soul singer/songwriter based in Edmonton, Canada, known for her soulful vocals and captivating stage presence. Noted as “one to watch” by the legendary SoulTrain.com, Nuela has become an indie synch darling, landing 11 TV placements off of her debut album “Aware” alone! Cited by the U.K.’s Metro publication as “cocked, locked and ready to be shot onto the world stage with a soulful voice that may one day fill the Amy Winehouse-shaped holes in everyone’s hearts,” Nuela has brought her distinct voice to various stages across North America. Over the last several years she has showcased at Canadian Music Week multiple times, headlined an evening…

  • Alberta,  Grade A Festivals

    Calgary Folk Music Festival

    The Calgary Folk Music Festival (Calgary, AB) July 23-26, was founded in 1980 and is produced by the not-for-profit Folk Festival Society of Calgary. Held at Calgary’s bucolic Prince’s Island Park since its inception, it’s one of Canada’s flagship, trailblazing music festivals with a national and international profile and a broad, cutting-edge programming vision. The Calgary Folk Music Festival received an ‘A’ grade on the Canadian Festival Report Card in 2019. Visit their website for tickets and lineup info! https://www.calgaryfolkfest.com/

  • Alberta,  Grade A Festivals

    Sasquatch Gathering

    Sasquatch Gathering (Metis Crossing, AB) June 26-28, is a family friendly, music and arts festival. It has had 8 different locations throughout Alberta and now calls Métis Crossing its home. The festival has received an ‘A’ grade on the Canadian Festival Report Card in 2019 and 2017. Visit their website for more information! http://www.sasquatchgathering.com

  • Block Heater
    Grade A Festivals

    Block Heater

    Block Heater February 20-22, 2020WebsiteFacebookInstagram Calgary Folk Music Festival presents the fifth annual Block Heater (Calgary, AB) February 20-22, in the heart of Calgary’s Inglewood and East Village. Over thirty artists — from the homegrown to the far-flung — perform in concerts and collaborative sessions at five uniquely Calgary venues: the Central Library, Festival Hall, Gorilla Whale, Ironwood, King Eddy, and Studio Bell. Cure your winter cabin fever and wander from stage to stage featuring everything from the truest folk to the newest hip hop! Visit their website for tickets and lineup info!