With 2 concerts, a ceilidh and a Late Nite Bop on Friday, 4 concerts, a ceilidh and a Late Nite Bop on Saturday and 2 more concerts and a ceilidh on Sunday, this claims to be the friendliest folk festival in England, held at the village of Priddy, high on the Mendip Hills in sunny Somerset.
The 27th edition of the festival takes place from Friday 6th until Sunday 8th July 2017.
Confirmed so far are Sam Kelly, Tannara, and The Young'Uns.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
with camping: £75
without camping £63
Prices will increase on 1st March.
In addition there will be many smaller one hour concerts/meet the artist type events, as well as the usual Dance Festival with Morris, Maypole, Appalachian and more, Children's Festival offering Juggling, story telling, puppets, face painting and more, Sessions in the two pubs, singarounds and so on. There will be a Club Tent and open mic Sessions and Craft Fayre and Workshops with wood-turning, pottery, weaving, and a carefully selected mix of traders.
The festival will offer a varied and interesting range of food, real ales & scrumpy, on-site camping, large parking field.
There's a campsite adjacent to the village at a small extra charge for weekend ticket holders or individual concert ticket holders only.
More information will be here when available.
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