Upcoming Live Shows
In support of his new album, In Deep, Kevin presents thirty years of songwriting featuring music and pictures from his recent trips to Svalbard and Antarctica. Call (705) 859-3808 for tickets.
The ‘Northern Lights Folk Festival’ was first held in Bell Park in 1972. It was a free one-day music festival on one stage; needless to say it has grown exponentially since. It remains Canada’s longest continually running outdoor music festival, holding its 45th edition in 2016, and taking place on the picturesque shores of Ramsey Lake in Bell Park, in the heart of Sudbury. Over the years, NLFB has grown into a seasoned presenter of Canadian roots and modern music, and a lightning rod for the energy of Northern Ontario’s artistic community. Inventing tradition, fostering innovation, celebrating community, since 1972.
The official release of Kevin's first novel, Omagee!
folkus is a roots-based music series held in the colder months in beautiful Almonte, Ontario, offering four shows per season. Our concerts are a rare chance to see Canadian bands up close and hear them as they’re meant to be heard, in the acoustic gem known as the Almonte Old Town Hall.
For the second year in a row students at the McEwen School of Architecture have come together to curate a Nuit Blanche! Join us for an evening of student, professor and community made installations. The evening will consist of performances by local singers, dancers and musicians, and not to mention a few free tasty treats and cash bar. Come partake in a series of festivities to celebrate the up and coming arts community in downtown Sudbury!
Resident artist and guide on board Adventure Canada's exploration of the Northwest Passage.
Resident artist and guide on board G Adventure's exploration of Scotland, Norway and Svalbard.
Kevin Closs presents a free farewell concert at the Main Branch of the Greater Sudbury Public Library. Enjoy your favourite songs and stories while faring Kevin well on his summer journeys to Norway and the Canadian Arctic.