Welcome to the San Francisco Folk Music Club!

Whether you sing traditional songs or newer songs, a cappella or with your guitar, whether you play Old-Time, Irish, or other instrumental tunes, whether you dance contra, Irish, or swing, we’re always thrilled to meet new musicians! Come to one of our events, find out more about what we do, or join us!


2021 Memorial Day and July 4 campouts will be online

SFFMC’s 2021 Memorial Day and July 4 camps will be virtual because of the pandemic.  We will have Zoom programs similar to last year’s online summer campouts.  Think about leading a workshop or participating in a concert!  Memorial Day camp will be May 28-30 and July 4 camp will be July 2-4.  Details about Memorial Day 2021 are here.

Our Labor 2021 Day campout may be in-person, depending on the situation.

2021 SF Free Folk Festival will be online on June 12

SFFMC’s 45th annual San Francisco Free Folk Festival will be online on Saturday, June 12, 2021.  More information is on the festival website.

SFFMC survey results

Some of you may remember that SFFMC did a member/community survey back in December.  Here at last are the compiled results of the multiple-choice questions: https://www.sffmc.org/wp-content/uploads/SFFMC-survey-multiple-choice-report.pdf .  Thanks again to everyone who responded!

Spring Harmony online was a success!

It was on April 9-11, with over 200 people registered.  Thanks to everyone who made it happen, and to everyone who attended!

Friday night musical meetings online for now

Our musical meetings have gone online for now due to the coronavirus.  More information is here.

Memorial sing-along for Margie Wade – videorecording now online

Long-time SFFMC member and our friend, Margie Wade, passed away suddenly on December 26th.  At Camp Harmony there were some remembrances of her and of other Club members who had recently died, but we wanted to honor her wish that if a memorial ever took place for her, she wanted it to take the form of her friends getting together and making music.  The memorial took place via Zoom on Sunday, January 24.  A videorecording is available here .  The passcode is E9^p4i8q .