Closed for the summer break: why not visit a folk festival? Then come back and tell us who you discovered – maybe we’ll book them!
Here’s a few folky ones…
21st – 23rd July: Village Pump – Priming The Pump
27th – 30th July: Cambridge Folk Festival
4th – 11th August: Sidmouth Folk Week
10th – 12th August: Fairport’s Cropredy Convention
11th – 18th August: Broadstairs Folk Week
18th – 20th August: Beautiful Days
19th – 25th August: Whitby Folk Week
24th – 27th August: Purbeck Valley Folk Festival
25th – 28th August: Shrewsbury Folk Festival
25th – 28th August: Towersey Folk Festival
Bloodstock: Actually, that’s only very, very slightly folky – folk metal bands are known to turn up there with hurdy-gurdys (Isarnos – we’re looking at you). However, John-the-sound loved it last year and recommends it.
Coming up at TwickFolk:
Suntrap are a 4 piece folk-inspired group with beautiful entrancing vocal harmonies on original, contemporary and traditional material. Sara Byers (Vocals, Guitar, Accordion, Banjo & Whistle), Mary Wilson (Vocals & Violin) and John Sandall (Violin & Viola) have recently been joined by TwickFolk’s ukulele-slinger Sue Graves, known as the ‘Surrey Nightingale’. Sara and Mary began […]
Sue Graves, one of the resident singers at TwickFolk, says: “All the music at TwickFolk is live and our singarounds give everyone a chance to sing, play an instrument, recite a poem or tell a story. “If you just want to sit back and listen, that’s also fine. In fact listening, and paying attention to […]
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