Upcoming MountainFolk Concerts!

Please note all concerts are held at the Tunbridge Town Hall and start at 7:30pm with doors opening at 7:00pm

For regular ticket buyers — at the Tunbridge Store, the South Royalton — the ticket prices for most shows will be $15 advance and $20 at the door, and available 2-3 weeks before the corresponding concert. MountainFolk is again offering season tickets for all six concerts priced at $95 individually and a further discounted amount of $180 for a pair of passes. Like last year, these season passes will be deemed transferable in case you can’t make a specific show and would like a friend to go in your place.

If you purchase your tickets online your tickets will be waiting for you at the door when you arrive.

Tannahill Weavers

Tannahill Weavers

Tannahill Weavers

MountainFolk’s 2014-15 concert series at the Tunbridge Town Hall kicks off on Friday, October 3rd with the return of Scotland’s legendary Tannahill Weavers. Advance tickets ($25) available online below and at the Tunbridge Store and the South Royalton Market. Tickets for the Tannahill Weavers are priced at $30 at the door.

The Tannahill Weavers are one of Scotland’s premier traditional bands. Their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, and original ballads and lullabies. Their music demonstrates to old and young alike the rich and varied musical heritage of the Celtic people. These versatile musicians have received worldwide accolades consistently over the years for their exuberant performances and outstanding recording efforts that seemingly can’t get better…yet continue to do just that.

The Tannahills have turned their acoustic excitement loose on audiences with an electrifying effect. They have that unique combination of traditional melodies, driving rhythmic accompaniment, and rich vocals that make their performances unforgettable. As the Winnipeg Free Press noted, “The Tannahill Weavers — properly harnessed — could probably power an entire city for a year on the strength of last night’s concert alone. The music may be old time Celtic, but the drive and enthusiasm are akin to straight ahead rock and roll.”

Born of a session in Paisley, Scotland and named for the town’s historic weaving industry and local poet laureate Robert Tannahill, the group has made an international name for its special brand of Scottish music, blending the beauty of traditional melodies with the power of modern rhythms. Over the years the Tannies have been trailblazers for Scottish music, and their tight harmonies and powerful, inventive arrangements have won them fans from beyond the folk and Celtic music scenes. They are firmly established as one of the premier groups on the concert stage; from reflective ballads to foot-stomping reels and jigs, the variety and range of the material they perform is matched only by their enthusiasm and lively Celtic spirits.

“An especially eloquent mixture of the old and the new.” — New York Times





The rest of the season:

  • Saturday, November 8th: Tracy Grammar
  • Saturday, January 10th: Kine Zore
  • Saturday, March 7th: TBA
  • Friday, April 3rd: The Holmes Brothers
  • Saturday, May 9th: The Cousins Project: Kristina Stykos, Steve Mayone and Friends) | A Benefit for WFVR-LP, Royalton Community Radio

For further information, email folkbloke@gmail.com or call 802-431-3433.