Posted on June 4, 2021
The Dawson City Music Festival Association is hiring! We have three contract positions of varying lengths to fill immediately: Production Assistant Safety and Volunteer Coordinator Communications Assistant Positions are made possible with support from the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) Program and must meet specific eligibility criteria. Please note: CSJ funded positions are no longer student-only. These jobs are OPEN TO ANY QUALIFIED PERSON AGE 19-30.
Posted on May 26, 2021
From July 16th-18th, 2021, the Dawson City Music Festival Association will host a small, physically distanced weekend of music in the beautiful Klondike Valley. While this iteration of the festival will look dramatically different from the DCMF many of you know, it will hold the same core spirit of joy, creativity, and friendship – just this time safely apart with Covid-specific regulations firmly in place that respect the health and well being of our community. We invite all musical acts from the Yukon, of any level of experience interested in performing to fill out our brief submissions form by June 2nd, 11:59 pm Yukon time!
Posted on April 7, 2021
The weather is warming up, and we want to keep the music flowing with a Spring Concert Series! The Klondike Institute of Art & Culture and the Dawson City Music Festival Association are thrilled to present live music throughout April at the KIAC Ballroom – Dënäkär Zho!
Posted on January 27, 2021
After our hiatus from hosting the Winter Concert Series in December and January, we are happy to announce that February shows will go ahead as scheduled. We look forward to presenting Cud Eastbound, Erica Mah, Joey O’Neil, and Gordie Tentrees live in Dawson City!
Posted on January 5, 2021
After much discussion with our colleagues and partners at Klondike Institute of Art & Culture (KIAC), we decided to reschedule all public activities slated for January, including the Winter Concert Series and Songwriter in Residence program, to April 2021.
Posted on December 18, 2020
Registration is open for the 2021 RPM Challenge! ☀️ What IS RPM? It is an annual non-competitive challenge to record an album during February. It is meant to inspire creative courage and encourage everyone, regardless of skill, to explore their own creativity. It’s fun, it’s hard, it’s rewarding, and it’s free!