Published Jun 01, 2009You've already read about it in our comprehensive Festival Guide but now you can get a-schedulin' with greater detail, since the promoters of the Edmonton Folk Festival have announced this year's full line-up. As we told you in the Guide, there will be appearances from Kathleen Edwards and Loudon Wainwright III but you can now add highlights like Neko Case, Iron & Wine, Great Lake Swimmers and an acoustic performance from, wait for it, Chumbawumba.
The festival takes place from August 6 to 9. Tickets go on sale today and can be purchased here.
The entire line-up: Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir, Chloe Albert, Arrested Development, Issa Bagayogo, Sam Baker with Gurf Morlix, Jill Barber, Breabach, Chuck Brodsky, Neko Case, Kasey Chambers and Shane Nicholson, Cherryholmes, Chumbawamba (acoustic), CKUA U22, Rodney Crowell, Alex Cuba, Cara Dillon, Fred Eaglesmith, Steve Earle, Kathleen Edwards, Eivor, Bela Fleck and Toumani Diabate, Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit, David Francey, Dave Swarbrick and Jason Wilson, Amos Garrett and The Festival House Band, Dick Gaughan, Great Lake Swimmers, Patty Griffin, Hanggai, Hot Tuna, Sierra Hull & Highway 111, Iron And Wine, Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings, Alana Levandoski, Old Man Luedecke, Ashley MacIsaac, Raul Malo, Tift Merritt, Danny Michel, Lynn Miles, Mortal Coil, Northern Cree Singers, Orchestra Baobab, Idy Oulo, Oysterband, Steven Page, Niamh Parsons with Graham Dunne, Pavlo, Pine Leaf Boys, Joel Plaskett, The Idan Raichel Project, Kimmie Rhodes, Boz Scaggs, The Skydiggers, Souljah Fyah, Spirit Of The West, The SteelDrivers, Ben Sures, The Swiftys, Linda Tillery And The Cultural Heritage Choir, Daby Toure, The Wailers, Loudon Wainwright III, and The Wooden Sky.