GUELPH – The fourth annual Festival of Eclectic Banjo Music runs March 6 to 8.
After three years of sold-out shows, Banjofest Guelph 2020 is returning for its fourth annual March festival.
The banjofest is dedicated to presenting a broad range of banjo-suffused music and this year is no different, with a stellar line-up of local and international acts.
There will be Bluegrass with The Barrel Boys and Evans, Poulsen and Showman, World Music with So Long Seven (imagine banjo, tabla and violin), and Old-Time Banjo and Fiddle (and step-dancing) with Newberry and Verc; and Allison Degroot and Tatiana Hargreaves.
All that, plus Metis Fiddle and Banjo (The Red River Ramblers) and even Cabaret (Old Time Honey) and Jug Band (Ever Lovin’ Jug Band).
For the poster, schedule and ticket links visit www.banjofest.ca.
To purchase tickets visit www.eventbrite.ca/e/banjofest-guelph-2020-tickets-75721786903.
All four shows take place at Silence, 46 Essex Street, Guelph.