Warwick Folk Festival is joining forces with English Tourism Week (29 March – 6 April) to help celebrate the fantastic even
Welcome to the 35th Warwick Folk Festival!
Early Bird tickets on sale now from £82!
This year’s folk festival takes place on 24th to 27th July 2014. Headliners this year include Richard Thompson, Breabach, Habadekuk and Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys. Have a browse of our site and see why Warwick is a folk festival of the very best in traditional and contemporary folk arts.
To see the nitty gritty have a look at the festival information.
Latest news: Richard Thompson joins us for a special Thursday night concert! Individual tickets are on sale for £22 or save £££’s by booking a Thu – Sun earlybird ticket and enjoy the whole festival.
Warwick Folk Festival: Tradition in the heart of England.
2014 LINE UP:Richard Thompson Breabach Habadekuk Gordie Mackeeman and His Rhythm Boys A Day's Work John Tams and Barry Coope Jarlath Henderson and Ross Ainslie Tickled Pink Lucy Ward Band Monster Ceilidh Band Gavin Davenport Band Mairearad Green And Anna Massie The Will Pound Band The Willows Flossie Malavialle The Teacups Róisín Bán Keith Donnelly Panic Circus Tom Mcconville Broom Bezzums Polly and the Billets Doux Ursula Holden Gill Tuneworks Rosie Hood Rowan Robinson Elliott Morris Jan Edgecombe's Blackboard Van Doc Rowe Sunjay Brayne Haddo The Goat Roper Rodeo Band Matt Hernandez Jim Mageean Bonzo and Doris na-mara Nurse Roberts and the Medicine Man Polly Paulusma Sam Mabett and Dylan Cairns-Howarth Cabstars Owen Woods Gavin Davenport with Tom Kitching Warwick Folk Festival Choir
Come and join over 50 enthusiastic singers on Monday evenings in Warwick for a series of sessions leading to a couple of short, informal performances
Swedish dance group Spelmän and Dansare på Dal (which translates as ”Musicians and Dancers from Dalsland”) started in 1980 when a group of danc
Local musician Will Pound comes to Warwick this year with his new Will Pound Band, a 4-piece of fantastic musicians including another local now strang