The Olympic Symphonium are heading north this summer.
The trio will perform at the Atlin Folk Festival in July alongside Bruce Cockburn before heading to Yukon for shows in Whitehorse and Dawson City.

Though they’ve been a band for almost 10 years now, this is the first time The Olympic Symphonium have performed “North of 60.” They are currently working on the follow-up to their 4th album, Chance To Fate, by recording in various locations around Atlantic Canada this summer.
June 10 – Moncton, NB: Centre Culturel Aberdeen // tickets
June 17 – St. Andrews, NB: Ministers Island Bathouse
July 8-10 – Atlin, BCAtlin Folk Festival // tickets
July 11 – Whitehorse, YT: Arts In The Park
July 12 – Dawson City, YT: Klondike Institute of Art and Culture
July 13 – Whitehorse, YT: Hamilton & Son




Currently touring Adult Lullabies, a 5-song companion to his landmark 2015 release, The Forgettable Truth, Michael Feuerstack will bring his band to The Maritimes for a series of shows later this month.

April 28
– Fredericton, NB: Wilser’s Room
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April 29 – Moncton, NB: Northrup Frye Literary Festival
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April 30 – Halifax, NS: The Seahorse // tickets
May 01 – Sackville, NB: Bordertown Festival @ Vogue Cinema
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May 05 – Charlottetown, PEI: Back Alley Music
May 06 – South Shore, NS: TBA

Garnering unparalleled critical acclaim over the past number of years, Michael has been dubbed “a national treasure” (Globe & Mail) who writes music that is “simultaneously heartfelt and apathetic, sacred and profane.” (CBC Music). His newest release has received similar accolades:

“confirms why a small collection of short stories can be as compelling as a full-length narrative.” – Exclaim!
“un savant mélange de sagesse et de nostalgie” – BRBR
“equal parts causal and captivating” – Grid City

The group will perform intimate shows in Fredericton, at Moncton’s Northrup Frye Literary Festival, an early seating at The Seahorse in Halifax, and at Sackville’s Bordertown Festival before Michael returns solo to play in Charlottetown’s Back Alley Music store and in Nova Scotia’s south shore.