Ireby Music Festival 2023

Friday 26th to Saturday 27th May 2023
various venues, Ireby, Cumbria, CA7 1EX, England MAP
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accommodation
around £70 for the weekend, camping extra (not yet on sale)
daily capacity: 2000
last updated: Wed 21st Jul 2021


Ireby Music Festival takes place over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th May 2023.

With the Queen's platinum Jubilee 2022 held during the Bank Holiday (which is being moved to June), thus creating a date clash with Ireby Festival, previous celebrations have seen Ireby goers celebrate at home with friends and families and join in the community Street parties. So, organisers made the decision to defer the Ireby Festival until 2023.

Expect a wealth of folk music, workshops and sessions at various venues in this small village over the weekend, including St James Church, The Globe Hall, The Lion Pub, and more.

Line-up

Acts to be announced.

Tickets

Tickets for 2023 are not yet on sale.

For 2020 tickets were priced as follows:-
Camping: £30 Friday & Saturday / £35 Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
weekend adult: £70
weekend aged 12-17: £25
weekend under-12s: free but needs ticket 
Saturday ticket adult: £45
day tickets under-17s: £30

Camping

Camping is extra to the entrance ticket. It's worked out per tent/campervan or towing van, priced at £25 for 2 days (Friday & Saturday), or £30 with Sunday too.

Getting there

Ireby is situated on the edge of the Lake District National Park, 13 miles north of Keswick and 18 miles south west of Carlisle.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 26th to Saturday 27th May 2023
various venues, Ireby, Cumbria, CA7 1EX, England MAP
find nearby
accommodation
around £70 for the weekend, camping extra (not yet on sale)
daily capacity: 2000
last updated: Wed 21st Jul 2021


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