Current Festival Partners

A big thank you to all our Festival Partners & Sponsors.

How could your business get involved? Get in touch to find out more.

Platinum Partner

Punch Taverns (Platinum Partner)

Punch is one of the UK's leading pub companies with a nationwide portfolio of around 3,300 pubs. As a high-quality organisation, Punch provide…

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Gold Partners

Church End Brewery

Church End Brewery - creators of fine real ales since 1994. Sample our beers at the festival beer tents or throughout the year at The Brewery Tap,…

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Families Warwickshire (Family Partner)

Families Warwickshire is THE essential local free magazine for families with children 0-12 years distributed throughout Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon,…

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Kia & Lime Garages

Located close to the A46 & M40 we are easily accessible from Coventry and all over Warwickshire and West Midlands. At Warwick Kia we pride…

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The Fleece Inn

The Quintessential English Pub Owned by The National Trust and Run with a Love of Tradition. The Fleece Inn team run the Festival bars under…

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Warwick Castle

Explore Warwick Castle, where you'll be surrounded by jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure! 8 reasons to choose Warwick…

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Warwick County Council

Job vacancies, news and events, tourism and…

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Warwick District Council

Providing services in Warwick, Leamington Spa, Whitnash and…

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Warwick Glass

With over 30 years experience specialising in windows, doors and conservatories for residential customers and commercial glazing for retail…

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Warwick Racecourse

Come and enjoy one of the oldest, charming racecourses in the country with racing dating back to as early as 1694. We have 17 racing fixtures in our…

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Warwick Town Council

We are very grateful for the extremely generous support of Warwick Town…

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Media Partners

BBC Coventry & Warwickshire

We’re delighted BBC Coventry & Warwickshire will be joining us at the Festival once again on the Friday. Look out for Vic Minett…

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Silver Partners

Bar & Cafe Catalan

Catalan offers a wonderful casual dining experience, serving great tapas and grills, located in the heart of historic Warwick 6 Jury…

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CJ’s Events

CJ's Events Warwickshire is a young and passionate company that has rapidly become established as a dynamic & forward-thinking event company…

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Conservative Club

The Club is centrally situated in Swan Street in Warwick town centre, just off Jury Street and the Market Square. The Club is a great meeting place…

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Dough and Brew

Our delicious Sourdough Pizza is created in our Wood Burning Oven & our amazing Pancakes are cooked in a traditional French way but served with a…

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Fenster Art

If it is for you it has to be extraordinary - artworks for the buyer who values quality. Proud to represent some of the finest contemporary British…

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Kilrot

Kilrot/Cellar-tec is a family firm trading since 1978, specialising in remedial damp and timber treatments, structural repairs and basement…

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Merchants

The bar-brasserie, delivers quality food, drink & service that the folk of Warwickshire deserve. Swan Street, Warwick, CV34…

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Old Fourpenny Shop Hotel

A Warm Irish Welcome If you are looking for a hotel which provides an intimate, warm and friendly Irish welcome, where the relaxed, cosy…

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Quigley’s  

Quigleys Irish Bar - There is nothing like it this side of the Irish Sea Great Music * Awarded Drinks * Fabulous Food We're On The Rocks! Set in…

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The Globe

First opened in 1788 as the Globe Inn Commercial & Posting House, The Globe in Warwick is situated on the corner of Theatre Street, between…

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The Roebuck

The Roebuck Inn is Warwick’s oldest Public House, dating back to 1470. Located on the historic Smith Street, and a stone’s throw from the world…

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The Rose & Crown

The Rose & Crown is a 17th century inn with rooms tucked into the corner of Warwick's Market Square.  We serve the good stuff: fresh seasonal…

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The Thomas Lloyd

Thomas Lloyd was a local philanthropist, who lived in Warwick for 35 years. The Wetherspoon pub which bears his name is a former branch of his…

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Thomas Oken Tea Rooms

Set in the small historic town of Warwick, against the Castle wall, this beautiful old house was built over 500 years ago by Thomas Oken, a wealthy…

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Torry’s Hardware & DIY

A small, friendly independent DIY shop offering a wide variety of goods and services including timber & glass, cut to size, keys cut and locks…

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Bronze Partners (click link to visit their websites)

Present Days | The Old Post Office | The Tilted Wig | The Zetland

 

Some of the many things you might not know about Warwick Folk Festival and how we contribute to the Town

  • The festival send out monthly newsletters by email to our distribution list and a press release on a regular basis to all local newspapers, press, National Folk Magazines, TV and Radio.  The word WARWICK is prominent on all our publicity.
  • Last year 30,000plus attended Festival events in Warwick from all around the UK and Europe.  We also have a number of visitors from North America and Australia.
  • They stayed in the area for 4 days in anything from Hotels, B&Bs to camping in caravans, motorhomes and tents.  The Festival’s main campsite is on Warwick School, Myton Road.
  • They range in age from 3 months to 80+.   A number of our artists, i.e. Kate Rusby, Seth Lakeman have talked of their first visit to the festival being in a carry cot with their parents.
  • The Folk Festival is organised by a Committee and Board of Directors.  These are supported by 40 Venue Managers who look after the safety of events over the weekend, and they are supported by over 300 volunteer Stewards
  • The Festival is run by volunteers and a non-profit making organisation.
  • We have just short of 200 artists who perform each year and over 20 Morris dance teams display different dance traditions from all over the UK.

Please help spread the message and say hello to our visitors.  Tell your local Councillors and Local Businesses how important the Festival is to our local economy.

We would welcome you and your colleagues and family to support the Festival by joining our Partnership Scheme, advertising in our programme or purchasing tickets for our events, or you could join our Festival volunteers

Please call 07831 890905 or contact us using the Partnership Contact Form.