Fancy building the festival of the future?
We’ll be back in July with new acts with a new site and a new face at the helm. After a lifetime of bringing top bands and more to the town, festival director Dick Dixon is standing down. And such is the size of the gap his departure leaves that we need not one but
Artistic Manager and Operational Manager
Warwick Folk Festival is seeking to recruit two Senior Festival Managers working on a voluntary basis to take a leading role on the Festival Management team. These roles will be working across Warwick Folk Festival which runs for four days, normally on the last weekend in July. The roles will involve taking the overall project
Festivals from Glastonbury to the Chelsea Flower Show may be either pulling the plug or moving back in the calendar, but Warwick Folk Festival is still aiming to bring you a festival to remember. We have a new site to enjoy and the trademark top quality line-up spread across four days – and plans are
A Night Out with Breabach
BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY A Warwick Folk Festival and The Fleece Bretforton presentation. Breabach (Dùsgadh) – Virtual Show Sunday 21st Feb, 8pm, £12 With winter weather and the lockdown keeping most of us from leaving the home, the Festival is offering a ‘night out’ to look forward to without even having to get up from
Castle Park by Will Pound Our festival Patron, Will Pound has created a tune in honour of our new home at Castle Park, and we are inviting you to learn it too! Download the notes, kindly transcribed by Will’s A Day Will Come band Jude Rees here.Will will be hosting a Castle Park tune workshop on his Facebook page,
New Decade: NEW SITE!
CASTLE PARK At the start of its fifth decade, Warwick Folk Festival is excited to be moving for its 41st festival…closer to town and adjacent to the castle. Its new more accessible site, will be the Castle Park. This wonderful new home is in an area dedicated to the festival closer to town with beautiful views