DCMF is thrilled to announce Cherrie Laurel as our 2024 Songwriter in Residence. Cherrie Laurel is the solo project of Edmonton-based artist Brittney Rand. Brittney is an accomplished electronic music artist, sound recordist, and composer trained in digital music production.
Apply now! Applications are being accepted until 11:59pm on October 15th. Click here for application, guidelines and additional information.DCMF is excited to launch the application process for our 2024 Songwriter in Residence program. In partnership with the Klondike Institute of
2 Days 3 Venues 13 Incredible Artists 8 Unique Shows BUY TICKETS Dear friends, It’s been quite a journey since 2020; cancellations, pandemic restrictions, re-scheduled festivals. But our Board and this amazing community has pulled together and the future is looking bright! We have
We are pleased to announce the hiring of an Executive Director after over a year of operating as an entirely volunteer-run organization. Following the resignation of Andrea Vincent in February 2022, the Board of Directors opted to recalibrate and reflect inward
The Dawson City Music Festival Association's 2022 Annual General Meeting is taking place Sunday, April 30th at 6:30pm as a virtual Zoom meeting. Please register by renewing your membership with the organization (only $5!) via Eventbrite using this link. We will
Will you be DCMF's next Executive Director? Apply by April 11, 2023! The Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of the Dawson City Music Festival Association, including strategic leadership, creative direction, and operations management. This includes daily administration, financial management,
Friday, January 20th. Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm. Tickets: $15 or pay-what-you-can. Bring ID for a cash bar! Please join us for a special evening of live music with DCMF's 2023 Songwriter in Residence, Emmet Michael hailing from Edmonton, AB
“I was in Dawson City, January 2020, right before the pandemic, as the Dawson City Music Festival songwriter-in-residence,” said Steel. “The festival, in partnership with the Klondike Institute of Art & Culture, Parks Canada and the North Klondike Highway Music