Acoustic Harvest presents A Taste of Winterfolk on Saturday, January 18, 2020

Acoustic Harvest presents a sneak preview of the Winterfolk XVIII Blues and Roots Festival, a jam-packed night of music and a teaser for the all-ages, mid-winter, weatherproof festival, February 21-23, 2020.

Tickets are available on the Acoustic Harvest Website

BONUS – Admission price includes a Winterfolk Wristband, which allows admission to more than 90 Winterfolk performances. 

Winterfolk at Acoustic Harvest

Acoustic Harvest Presents a Taste of Winterfolk

Every year the Winterfolk Blues and Roots Festival engages in special preview performances that showcase some of the finest emerging and established talent Toronto has to offer. We want audiences to get a glimpse of some of the performers they’ll see during the upcoming festival.

Acoustic Harvest presents A Taste of Winterfolk: Saturday, January 18, 2020

Doors 7:30 pm | Music 8:00 pm, @ St. Paul’s United Church, 200 McIntosh St., Scarborough, ON

$25 preview price includes a Winterfolk festival wristband, for access to 90 festival performances.

 WHO: Sam Broverman, Laura Fernandez, Jerome Tucker Band, Barbara Lynch,  Soozi Schlanger, David Storey, Meg Tennant, Q & A, D’Arcy Wickham

 WHAT: Acoustic Harvest presents Winterfolk XVIII Preview and Benefit Concert 

WHEN: Saturday, January 18 – Doors 7:30 pm | Music 8:00 pm



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TORONTO – Some of Canada’s premier folk, roots, blues and jazz artists artists will be featured at the sneak preview of Winterfolk XVIII 2020.

Sam Broverman: A professor of actuarial math who moonlights as a jazz singer, covering classics from the Great American Songbook

Laura Fernandez: The host of Jazz.FM91.1’s Café Latino, Laura performs her own passionate Latin jazz compositions

Jerome Tucker Band: A polished explosion of funky soulful blues

Barbara Lynch: A musician with blues, ragtime and boogie-woogie piano influences

Soozi Schlanger: The Swamperella fiddler and vocalist is known for her lyrically smart and melodically varied roots tunes

David Storey: Spellbinding storytelling, catchy hooks and toe-tapping rhythms

Meg Tennant: Country-tinged folk with pure vocals and acoustic arrangements reminiscent of Emmylou Harris  

Q & A: Quarrington and Adams – witty songwriters who are irresistibly charming performers

D’Arcy Wickham: A master fingerstyle guitarist and an award-winning songwriter

The Winterfolk XVIII sneak preview – at St. Paul’s United Church, 200 McIntosh St., Scarborough, ON, on Saturday, January 18 – is presented by Acoustic Harvest and its artistic director, Lillian Wauthier. The preview will be hosted by Winterfolk Festival Director Brian Gladstone. Doors 7:30 pm | Music 8:00 pm

$25 preview price includes a Winterfolk festival wristband, for access to 90 festival performances. Advance tickets recommended. Visit

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LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS! We’re always looking for volunteers. For eight hours of service over the Winterfolk weekend, volunteers receive access to all shows and artist hospitality lounge and more! For more info and to sign up, please visit

Winterfolk gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Department of Canadian Heritage.

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