22/03/2018 || Place des Arts, Montreal

23/03/2018 || La Salle School, Ottawa

24/03/2018 || La Nuit sur l'étang, Sudbury

29/03/2018 || Musiikki Café, Kingston

06/04/2018 || Place des Arts, Montreal

11/04/2018 || Duncan Showroom, Duncan

12/04/2018 || The Corner Lounge, Namaimo

13/04/2018 || Bamfield Community School, Bamfield

13/04/2018 || Concert Maison, Bamfield

14/04/2018 || The Cornerstone, Courtenay

15/04/2018 || The Lava Dome • Concert Maison, Victoria

18/04/2018 || Café Deux Soleils, Vancouver

28/04/2018 || Ottawa Grassroots Festival, Ottawa

29/04/2018 || Ottawa Grassroots Festival, Ottawa

18/05/2018 || Le Mouton Noir, Wakefield

25/05/2018 || Concert Maison, Kemptville

24/06/2018 || Franco Fest de Hamilton, Hamilton


Escorted by a banjo and a parlour guitar, Moonfruits’ soaring harmonies captivate listeners and celebrate common ground. Partners on and off stage, they summon music from a place where ideals and imagination intertwine.

In 2015, Moonfruits’ participation in emerging artist residency program Rond Point earned them a SOCAN song award for Les Marins and a Félix-Leclerc Songwriting Residency award. The following year saw Moonfruits perform at La Nuit émergente in Sudbury, Le Festival International de la chanson de Granby (FICG) and as an official showcasing artist at Folk Music Ontario.

2017 proved a remarkable year for the bilingual folk duo. ROSEQ and FICG awards recipients at Contact ontarois, Moonfruits took part in UnisTV's Balade à Toronto, were featured live in studio during the first simultaneous radio broadcast of a bilingual show on CBC and Radio-Canada, and released their sophomore album, Ste-Quequepart.

Pulling as much from their imaginations as from their encounters on the road, this French-language folk concept album plays like a short film soundtrack. Intimate moments give way to cinematic arrangements as characters emerge and speak through song. Village in tow, Moonfruits weave stories to transport audiences, inviting them to walk in another’s shoes and celebrate the strength of everyday people.



Contact : 

Kaitlin Milroy