The Annual Holiday Wassail at George Street United Church is scheduled for 2:00 pm on Sunday, December 22, 2019!

Hosted by Fergus O” Byrne, the lineup includes Abigale, Bob MacDonald, Gary Green, Jenny Gear & Sandy Morris, Jim Payne and Fergus O’ Byrne, Kat McLevey, The Mummers and the Paupers, the New Trad Collective, Shillon Music and more.

The show will have a short intermission with refreshments (proceeds to George Street United’s Jimmy Pratt Memorial Kitchen) and NLFAS and artist merchandise (and raffle!) will be available as usual. Please feel free to bring along a nonperishable food item to support this worthy cause!

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.

Tickets available at Fred’s Records and O’Brien’s Music or online at the link below. All advance sales will cease at 5 pm on Saturday the 21st.

Children 12 years of age and under are complimentary when accompanied by an adult.

As expected, like so many other shows on his tour schedule, this show is now sold out!

PLEASE PROCEED WITH CAUTION WHEN PURCHASING RESOLD TICKETS. We have removed a number of obvious scam posts from this event. You can message us to inquire on the validity of a ticket offered to you.

There will be a short intermission, and no opening act. Daniel is on right at 10pm.

As you probably know, seating at the Ship is limited. First come, first sat.

Merch is cash only, the Ship has a cash machine if ya need it.

An Evening of Traditional Music & Song featuring New & Talented Young Newfoundland Artists.

Presented by The Bay St. George Folk Arts Council, The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society and the Stephenville Arts & Culture Centre

Since 2002, Fergus O’Byrne and the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society have been working to encourage a love of traditional music in young people through the Young Folk at the Hall. Young Folk is a workshop-based program offering guidance and education, as well as a performance opportunity for youth between the ages of seven and eighteen.

Many of the performers you now know as touring and recording artists got started in this program and many now take the time each year to mentor the younger musicians and pass on the traditions and the fun of learning to play music together.

The Young Folk at the Hall program takes place each January in St. John’s and at various times and locations around the Province. Partnering with local organizations, such as the Bay St. George Folk Arts Council, we endeavour to be all inclusive, welcoming children at all skill levels to participate in the program. In addition, the NLFAS partners with the various organizations to provide performance opportunities for young folk artists year round.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and are available at the Arts & Culture Centre Box office.

An Evening of Traditional Music & Song featuring New & Talented Young Newfoundland Artists.

Since 2002, Fergus O’Byrne and the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society have been working to encourage a love of traditional music in young people through the Young Folk at the Hall. Young Folk is a workshop-based program offering guidance and education, as well as a performance opportunity for youth between the ages of seven and eighteen.

Many of the performers you now know as touring and recording artists got started in this program and many now take the time each year to mentor the younger musicians and pass on the traditions and the fun of learning to play music together.

The Young Folk at the Hall program takes place each January in St. John’s and at various times and locations around the Province. Partnering with local organizations, such as St. Gabriel’s Hall, we endeavour to be all inclusive, welcoming children at all skill levels to participate in the program. In addition, the NLFAS partners with the various organizations to provide performance opportunities for young folk artists year round.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and are available at the door.

An Evening of Traditional Music & Song featuring New & Talented Young Newfoundland Artists

An ongoing initiative of Fergus O’Byrne and the NL Folk Arts Society.