May is Rogue Folk Club Month!

The Office of the Mayor of the City of Vancouver has declared May as Rogue Folk Club Month, in honour of our more than three decades of bringing the best of folk and roots music to the city. It's the last chance to head on out to the Rogue for some great entertainment before things slow down for the summer months. We only have Ellis Paul with Radoslav Lorković left to go.  See the Concert Calendar for more details.

The Georgia Straight Profiles Pharis & Jason Romero

The May 9th edition of the Straight features an article on the lives of the couple from Horsefly, BC who came to debut their new recording at the Hall on Thursday, May 17th and Friday, May 18th. You can view it here.

2018 Vancouver Folk Music Festival Weekend Passes

The deadline has passed for ordering your discount passes. You can pick them up at our office (please phone first) or at any concert. See you at the festival!

The Rogue presents
The Very Best In Live Acoustic Roots Music
Everything from Celtic to Bluegrass, Blues to Gypsy Jazz
World Music to Singer-Songwriters, Old-Time, Trad and more!

 2018 Mission Folk Music Festival Weekend Passes

The Mission Folk Festival is back again this summer, and it's better than ever. As usual, Rogue Folk Club members can buy passes at the Early Bird rate right up to the day before it starts. Go here for more information.

Exclusive: Buffy Sainte Marie Interview

Only a few interviews are worth printing in full, but such was the case with Vancouver journalist Tony Montague's chat with Buffy Sainte Marie in early January, 2017. He quoted from it extensively for a feature article in fRoots, but there was at least as much that had to be left out for reasons of space. Buffy talked for almost 90 minutes and you are left with a clear sense of her mind and spirit at work. Go here to read the full interview. 

Exclusive: Tony McManus Interview

The "best Celtic guitarist in the world" came to the St. James Hall on Monday, May 14th. About a decade ago, we posted a great interview with Tony on this web site. It's still pretty interesting. Go here to read the full interview