Lizzie No

Lizzie No

47th Ann Arbor Folk Festival
Saturday, January 27

at Hill Auditorium

Gold Circle & Platinum Pre-Sale: Oct 23–27
Member Pre-Sale: Nov 1 & 2
Public Sale: Nov 3



New York singer-songwriter, harpist and guitarist Lizzie No is one of the most exciting new voices in contemporary indie folk music. Her 2017 debut album, “Hard Won,” was hailed as “simultaneously understated and fervent” by Billboard magazine. No’s 2019 album, “Vanity”, was a hit at college radio stations across the country, cracking the NACC Top Adds Chart. Rolling Stone called the first single, “Narcissus,” a “crisp alt-rock gem” and a Song You Need To Know. Since then she’s released a sophomore album and a surprise home-studio-made EP, and she’s  bringing a bold new album, “Halfsies,” to the Folk Festival. She’s a guest co-host of the Basic Folk podcast team, and she’s toured with Iron & Wine, Adia Victoria, Ron Pope, Sarah Shook and The Disarmers, and she’s been  showcased at festivals like Newport, Americanafest, South by Southwest, and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass. Classical arrangements of Lizzie’s songs have been performed at the Louisville Orchestra’s Festival of American Music and the Downtown Chamber Series. Lizzie is also a winner of the American Songwriter Lyrics Contest.