44th annual DCMF: July 22-24, 2023!
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2023 Songwriter-in-Residence Program – Apply Now!

We are now accepting applications for the 2023 Songwriter in Residence program – join us for the month of January in Dawson City, Yukon with studio and living space in a historic Gold Rush era Macaulay House. Apply by November 14, 2022 for a month of ample time, space, and resources to research, dev
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Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting for the 2021 fiscal year will take place Wednesday, August 31, 2022 virtually on Zoom. To attend, please register and purchase a 5$ membership using the CanadaHelps form below. We will then contact with the Zoom link. We will send the link out again on the day of the meeti
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More Tickets Available!

You asked, we heard. A limited number of tickets have been added to our summer 2022 programming. Check it out!
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SOLD OUT!

Wow! You guys are amazing! Tickets to both Begonia & Mariel Buckley and The Burning Hell & Jeffrey Lewis went on sale Friday night and were sold out by Sunday morning. We are not surprised, these four artists will be a very special treat for Dawson City. If you missed your chance to buy a ticket, we
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DAWSON CITY MUSIC FESTIVAL 2022 STATEMENT

THE SHOW MUST GO ON, AS THEY SAY. The Yukon’s oldest music festival, which normally brings together over a thousand attendees and hosts performers from across the globe every year, is going to look a little different in 2022. Mariel Buckley Live at Riverside Park Gazebo (Free!) Fri, 15 July 2022, 12
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An Intimate Evening of Songs Onscreen

What a lovely evening we had last night in the Klondike Institute of Art & Culture (KIAC) Ballroom. Our 17th annual Songwriter in Residence (17 years! Can you believe that!?), Cassia Hardy of Wares performed a virtual concert which was recorded during her residency in Dawson in January. Jonny Klynkr
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DCMF Lip Sync: 2022 Video Edition

Thank you to all who submitted films to the 2022 DCMF Thaw-Di-Gras Lip Sync Competition, and to all those who came out to support the Association last night. First place was awarded to Tanya Cerovic, Craig Hunter, and Ben Rudis for “Phantom of the Rink (Opera)”. They got a well-deserved standing ova
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