The mission of Friday Night Folk at All Souls is to joyfully support social and environmental justice by bringing live traditional, contemporary and multicultural folk music to the larger community in a welcoming and accessible performance space.
Friday Night Folk concerts began in 1989 at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Congregation in New London. Friday Night Folk has brought quality folk music and performers to Southeastern Connecticut. Through the years, folk music fans from all over New England have enjoyed the music of such artists as Utah Philips, Cheryl Wheeler, Gordon Bok, Bill Staines, Bill Morrissey, Vance Gilbert, Aztec Two-Step, John Gorka, Patty Larkin, Geoff Kaufman, Voco, Ida Red, Work o’ the Weavers, The Burns Sisters, Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion, Richard Shindell, John Flynn and John Wort Hannam, emma’s revolution, and Shoreline Acoustic Music Society events.
Join us for unique, lively evenings of true folk music – old and new!
Nick, Dot, Pat, Sherry, Laurie, Katrina, Geoff, Judy, Paul, and Jesse