Martyn Joseph with Ian Foster



Online ticket sales are closed. Tickets will be available at Toad Hall Bookstore until about 4:00.
There will be tickets at the door – suggested contribution: $15, senior: $10, junior: $5, family: $30. Nobody will be turned away for an inability to pay.   Click here for more information about tickets.



May 7 at 7:30PM

Martyn Joseph is a performer like no other: Shades of Bruce Springsteen, John Mayer, Bruce Cockburn and Dave Matthews there may be – but he stands in his own right, built on a reputation for giving what thousands have described as the best live music experience of their lives delivering his “songs of lyrical intelligence” according to BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris. Martyn was awarded Best Male Artist at the 2004 BBC Welsh Music Awards and in 2012 his song “There’s Always Maybe” won the best folk song category in the World Independent Music Awards. In addition to his 5 top 50 UK hits, the importance of his work has been recognized by programs such as BBC 2’s prime time series on Singer/Songwriters. Social justice has an essential presence throughout his music, which has been recognized with various humanitarian awards and plaudits.

Click here to visit Martyn Joseph’s website.

One of the most charismatic and electrifying performers in Britain today…tough and passionate

Ian Foster photoNewfoundland native Ian Foster comes from a place of stories, and he knows how to tell them. He’s a road worn troubadour who has been described as having a keen poetic sense and a searcher’s infinite wisdom in his writing, and yet can make you laugh between songs. He writes in a modern folk style and exudes a love of storytelling. Often likened to Canadian songwriting icon Bruce Cockburn in both writing and guitar style, Ian’s music has been described as thoughtful, introspective, cinematic, hopeful, atmospheric, and cathartic by critics and fans alike.

Click here to visit Ian Foster’s website.