The 21st Folk on the Pier takes place around The Pavilion Theatre, The Pier, Cromer, in Norfolk and other for both organised and impromptu fringe events over three days from Friday 10th until Sunday 12th May 2019.
This festival champions the acoustic-folk, and folkrock genres at its annual gathering, with an afternoon and an evening concert each day. Ashley Hutchings is the festival's Patron.
Friday afternoon: John Tams & Barry Coope, and more (£20)
Friday evening: Sally Barker & others - the songs of Sandy Denny, and more (£23)
Saturday afternoon: Ashley Hutchings and Becky Mills, and more (£20)
Saturday evening: Daphne's Flight, and more (£23)
Sunday afternoon: Merry Hell, and more (£20)
Sunday evening: Oysterband, and more (£23)
For the full details please see the line-up page.
There's also a fringe programme on all days at local venues.
A weekend pass is priced at £107.50; afternoon concerts are £20, and evening concerts are £23.
The event also has quite an active fringe programme in local venues.The Fringe offers a mix of styles from traditional folk to the pure experimental. As with any folk festival fringe, open mic and sessions form the backbone of the programming but set performances include Cajun Rock to Mediaeval based comedy and music.
More information will be here when available.
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