Our focus is to bring you world-class musicians in an intimate, community-orientated setting.

Wolfeboro Folk is back!
Find us partnered with the Common Man Restaurant's brand new Flying Monkey Theatre in Plymouth.
We think it is absolutely incredible and are proud to call it our new home.
And, we're confident you will too.
Like past concerts, a full dinner (by the Common Man!) and bar service is available at each show.
Purchase tickets early to reserve a table seat.

Shawn Colvin
Saturday, March 5, 2011 7:30 PM
$40
Flying Monkey Theatre, Plymouth, NH
www.flyingmonkeynh.com

Yes, you read right. We're kicking things off on the right note.

Shawn Colvin stands out among female singer-songwriters of today as a singular and enduring talent. Not to mention, ten albums, three Grammy Awards (including Record of the Year, Song of the Year). This South Dakota-born folk-rocker is known for her unmistakable vocals and matchless guitar stylings, and offers music that is honest and warm-hearted. Don't miss this intimate showcase of this incredible performer.



Carolina Chocolate Drops
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 7:30 PM
$25
Flying Monkey Theatre, Plymouth, NH
www.flyingmonkeynh.com

Remember these guys? They played for us at Tumbledown Farms and brought the house down. But, wait until you hear them NOW!

With a 2010 Grammy Award Nomination, the Chocolate Drops are filled with energy and leading the revival of this venerable musical tradition. This group is the real deal belonging to an era when music was not somethign to be sold, but something for the soul. This group of African-American stringband musicians play the rich tradition of fiddle and banjo music from the foothills of North and South Carolina.


Greg Brown
Thursday, July 21 2011 7:30 PM
$27
Flying Monkey Theatre, Plymouth, NH
www.flyingmonkeynh.com

Yes, sir! We've wait nearly a decade to present this folk icon. Greg Brown's songwriting has been lauded by many, and his songs have been performed by Willie Nelson, Carlos Santana, Shawn Colvin, and Mary Chapin Carpenter. With TWO Grammy Award nominations and more than a dozen albums, his trademark low, grumbly voice and witty, insightful, poetic lyrics have made him one of the most admired and biggest stars of the folk scene today.


Masters of the Fiddle Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy
Friday, July 29, 2011 7:30 PM
$42
Flying Monkey Theatre, Plymouth, NH
www.flyingmonkeynh.com

Meet Natalie MacMaster: wife, mother and virtuoso Cape Breton fiddler.

You know her more as the latter than the former; an electrifying performer whose passionate proficiency on the beloved four-string amplifies the traditional East Coast sound for contemporary times.

Natalie's signature sound has resonated with world audiences as one of Canada's major talents through 10 albums, multiple gold sales; numerous Juno (Canada's Grammy Award) and East Coast Music Awards; two honorary degrees and an honorary doctorate; the Order of Canada - but best of all, a reputation as one of Canada's most captivating performers who leaves her wowed audiences clapping, hollering and screaming for more.

Natalie will be joined by her husband and fiddle phenomenon, Donnell Leahy, making for a Masters of the Fiddle concert like none other...and a preview of the Leahy concert to come in December.



Irish Masters Karan Casey & Buille
Saturday, July 30, 2011 7:30 PM
$25
Flying Monkey Theatre, Plymouth, NH
www.flyingmonkeynh.com

Get ready for a taste of Irish music at its best!

A legend in her own right, Karan has long been known as one of Ireland's most distinctive and influential vocalists. Known for her early work with Solas and her successful tours and recordings as a soloist, she has redefined the boundaries of Celtic music. With singing described as "one of the true glories of Irish music today" (Wall Street Journal), Karan has won "Best Folk Album" and "Best Folk Female" awards, as well as nominations for BBC Folk Awards and the Danish Grammy. She will be joined by Ireland's powerful and innovative ensemble, Buille (concertina virtuoso Niall Vallely, pianist Caoimhim Vallely and guitarist Paul Meehan).


Leahy - A Leahy Family Christmas
Thursday, December 1, 2011 7:30 PM
$42
Flying Monkey Theatre, Plymouth, NH
www.flyingmonkeynh.com

Leahy is comprised of eight musical brothers and sisters (!!!) who have been playing together for their entire lives. If you think that is impressive, wait until you hear them.

The band's four acclaimed CDs have world-wide sales of over half-a-million copies and their countless awards span many musical genres from Celtic, traditional roots, folk, and country to pop, jazz and classical.

A Leahy Family Christmas treats audiences to Christmas classics and stories as well as original Leahy material. Their children even join them on stage, to sing, play, and dance just as they would if they were at a Leahy gathering back home in Canada.


Chris Smither
Saturday, December 10, 2011 7:30 PM
$25
Flying Monkey Theatre, Plymouth, NH
www.flyingmonkeynh.com

What can we say about one of our favorites? NHP describes this folk/blues hero best: Smither taps his foot to keep the rhythm, much like the late blues legend John Lee Hooker. His finger-picked guitar lines are sleek, unhurried and insistent. And then there's the voice - equal parts gravel and molasses, Smither's singing sounds like a distillation of folk and blues heroes he grew up listening to in New Orleans.

Smither has written award-winning songs for Bonnie Raitt and more. If you've yet to experience him live in concert, it's well worth the trip.