Greg Quill, thestar.com
It’s a big weekend for folk music in Toronto, host city for the first time since its inception seven years ago of the Canadian Folk Music Awards.
The CFMAs pack in numerous events over the next three days — including the premiere of the documentary A Walk in My Dream, about Canadian harmonica virtuoso Mike Stevens (Friday, 8 p.m., Bell Lightbox) and a star-studded nominees showcase at Hugh’s Room Saturday night, featuring Dave Gunning, Janet Panic, Qristina and Quinn Bachand, Ashley Condon, Massiel Yanira, Lizzy Hoyt, Ouzo Power and Raz-de-Marée/Tidal Wave.
They culminate in the awards presentation and gala concert at the Isabel Bader Theatre Sunday at 8 p.m., hosted by CBC Radio’s Shelagh Rogers and Benoit Bourque from Quebec folk outfit La Bottine Souriante.
Read more on the Star.com website: Awards bring a folk feast to Toronto