Holmfirth Festival of Folk 2021

Friday 7th to Sunday 9th May 2021
various venues, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, HD9 7BB, England MAP
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accommodation
around £45 for a weekend ticket (not yet on sale)
last updated: Wed 24th Mar 2021


The festival takes place in the local pubs and on the streets of Holmfirth, West Yorkshire from Friday 7th until Sunday 9th May 2021.

This is the 12th Holmfirth Festival of Folk and once again most events are free but collections will be taken. The only paid events are the concerts in the Old Bridge function room and the Ceilidh. Tickets were introduced mainly as a means of controlling numbers.

The festival consists of music sessions, concerts, singarounds, folk clubs and workshops in almost all the pubs in Holmfirth.

Line-up

Acts include O'Hooley and Tidow, with more to be announced.

For the line-up as available please see the line-up page.

Tickets

Tickets are not yet on sale.

For 2020 early bird tickets were on sale with an adult weekend ticket costing £45.
Sessions tickets are also likely to be available in the future.

Other entertainment

Expect over 20 Morris and World Dance sides to be performing over the weekend and street musicians and the full participation of local schools. There will also be workshops in French dancing, Egyptian belly dance and Salsa.

The Procession and Dance Display will take place on Saturday afternoon from 3.30 - 5.00 starting at the Memorial Gardens, along Hollowgate, over the Toll House Bridge and along Huddersfield Road, up Cooper Lane to Victoria Park for a spectacle of dance.

Once again most of the spaces in Holmfirth will be included in the Festival.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 7th to Sunday 9th May 2021
various venues, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, HD9 7BB, England MAP
find nearby
accommodation
around £45 for a weekend ticket (not yet on sale)
last updated: Wed 24th Mar 2021


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