April 30 Folkus Concert: Ian Sherwood

$20.00

Online tickets for this show are no longer available. Tickets may be available at the door.

with special guest Evangeline Gentle

Ian Sherwood is a singer-songwriter, storyteller, and multi-multi-instrumentalist. He is charming in person and funny as heck on stage between songs. “A born story teller and a constant creator, his music dances the line between folk and pop. His live performances thrive on intimacy. Whether it’s a theatre show or large festival stage, his persona is irresistible and completely destroys fourth walls.”

Opening for Ian Sherwood will be Evangeline Gentle, a rising star from Peterborough. Evangeline brings a stunning voice and introspective song writing to the stage. Their self-titled LP was recorded just down the road at Jim Bryson’s Fixed Hinge Studios.

This performance, like all Folkus concerts this season, will also be live-streamed from the Almonte Old Town Hall. The same venue and gorgeous acoustics, the sound quality will be exceptional for anyone choosing to watch from home. In-person and virtual tickets available. Anyone purchasing / holding an in-person ticket will have access to the streamed concert should they decide that in-person attendance doesn’t feel comfortable on the day.

The cost of a virtual ticket to watch the streamed concert is a household ticket price, meaning if there are two or four of you watching together, it’s still just $20. If you wish to purchase more than one ticket out of support, however, we and the artists you are supporting thank you very much!

Please note that Ontario’s COVID restrictions will change once again, as of March 21st. Folkus organizers will no longer be screening for vaccination certificates at the door. They do ask that patrons who don’t feel well stay home (anyone can swap a regular ticket for a streaming link — just ask!), and exercise all the care and consideration they would for friends and neighbours. They will no longer be requiring masks; however, the Health Unit still advises that masks are still excellent protection in close quarters, and they want people to feel comfortable wearing them if they so choose.

 

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with special guest Evangeline Gentle

Ian Sherwood is a singer-songwriter, storyteller, and multi-multi-instrumentalist. He is charming in person and funny as heck on stage between songs. “A born story teller and a constant creator, his music dances the line between folk and pop. His live performances thrive on intimacy. Whether it’s a theatre show or large festival stage, his persona is irresistible and completely destroys fourth walls.”

Opening for Ian Sherwood will be Evangeline Gentle, a rising star from Peterborough. Evangeline brings a stunning voice and introspective song writing to the stage. Their self-titled LP was recorded just down the road at Jim Bryson’s Fixed Hinge Studios.

This performance, like all Folkus concerts this season, will also be live-streamed from the Almonte Old Town Hall. The same venue and gorgeous acoustics, the sound quality will be exceptional for anyone choosing to watch from home. In-person and virtual tickets available. Anyone purchasing / holding an in-person ticket will have access to the streamed concert should they decide that in-person attendance doesn’t feel comfortable on the day.

The cost of a virtual ticket to watch the streamed concert is a household ticket price, meaning if there are two or four of you watching together, it’s still just $20. If you wish to purchase more than one ticket out of support, however, we and the artists you are supporting thank you very much!

Please note that Ontario’s COVID restrictions will change once again, as of March 21st. Folkus organizers will no longer be screening for vaccination certificates at the door. They do ask that patrons who don’t feel well stay home (anyone can swap a regular ticket for a streaming link — just ask!), and exercise all the care and consideration they would for friends and neighbours. They will no longer be requiring masks; however, the Health Unit still advises that masks are still excellent protection in close quarters, and they want people to feel comfortable wearing them if they so choose.