Great British Folk Festival adds Bob Geldof, Oysterband, Lindisfarne, & more

Cara Dillon, Martin Stephenson, Los Pacaminos, and Mad Dog Mcrea for Butlins Skegness

published: Tue 14th Jun 2016

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Friday 2nd to Monday 5th December 2016
Butlins Resort, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 1NJ, England MAP
from £85 for weekend
last updated: Thu 17th Nov 2016

More acts joining Levellers, Kate Rusby, and Donovan have been revealed to perform at the sixth Great British Folk Festival weekend, held at the Butlins resort in Skegness, Lincolnshire from Friday 2nd to Monday 5th December 2016.

Added to the line-up are Bob Geldof, Oysterband, Lindisfarne, David Knopfler & Harry Bogdanovs, Jona Lewie, Cara Dillon, Martin Stephenson, Los Pacaminos, Mad Dog Mcrea, Slim Chance, Gary Fletcher, Chris Jagger's Acoustic Band, Sally Barker, Fake Thackray, The Pitmen Poets, Said The Maiden, Polly & The Billets Doux, Itchy Fingers, and Gryphon.

Also confirmed are acts for the Introducing Stage, these are Kelly Oliver, Mark Harrison, Winter Wilson, The Bramble Napskins, Louise Jordan, Linda Em, Life & Times of Brothers Hogg, Sarah Dean, Crumbling Ghost, Richi Jones, Roger David, and Crazy Heart.

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Tickets will be priced from £85, and available from the link above shortly. Great British Folk Festival is an adult only break so no children will be allowed on the Resort during the festival.

The facilities available on site are supermarket, splash pool, sauna, hydro spa, medical center, Burger King, pizza restaurant, take-away, 3 cash machines, bookies, cinema, ten pin bowling, open mic, introducing stage, stalls, and many other bars and restaurants.

eFestivals was at last weekend's Great British Folk Festival and will be bringing you our review and photographs shortly.



Friday 2nd to Monday 5th December 2016
Butlins Resort, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 1NJ, England MAP
from £85 for weekend
last updated: Thu 17th Nov 2016


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