Sark Folk Festival 2017

Sark Folk Festival 2017 - around the festival site & Sark
Photo credit: Tim Gale

Sark Folk Festival 2017

Friday 30th June to Sunday 2nd July 2017
various venues, Channel Islands, Sark, GY9 0SD, Sark MAP
£75 for the weekend - tickets go on sale Sat 11th March
Daily capacity: 1,200
Last updated: Mon 8th May 2017

The 8th annual Sark Folk Festival takes place on the Isle Of Sark, Channel Islands from Friday 30th June until Sunday 2nd July 2017.


The line-up consists of home-grown talent from the Channel Islands as well as artists from the UK and France, more than forty acts in total, plus a large number of Channel Island acts as in previous years. 

Confirmed acts are: Alicia Du Coustel; Ange Hardy; Between the Signs; Blackbeard's Tea Party; BlackTopTales; Blue Mountains; Buffalo Huddleston Band; Burg and the Back Porch Band; Claire Rakich; Clameur de Haro; Crowman; Eddie Seaman & Luc McNally; Ernie Roscouet; Gregory Harrison; Iona Fyfe; James Dumbelton; Jarlath Henderson; Joe Corbin & the Midnight Ramblers; Jonah's Lift; Les Vieux Schnoques; Martyn Joseph; Mawkin; Mick Le Huray; Minstrelsye; Nancy Kerr & James Fagan; Northern Company; Phil Capper; Queerly Beloved; Ramblin' Nick Mann; Realta; Robert J Hunter; Sam Kelly & the Lost Boys; Scots John; Seigneur Hedge Veg; Steve Turner; Ten Toe; Hobo; The Buried Kings; The Button Pushers; The Laird's Chair; The Space Pirates of Rocquaine; The Vraic Gatherers; Three Daft Monkeys; Tim Jones; Ukuladeez; WOR.


Tickets for the festival have sold out.


Ticket price does not include camping this is at a nearby campsite area at a price of around £7 per night.

More information will be here when available.

Latest Updates

Sark Folk Festival 2019
festival details
last updated: Mon 10th Jun 2019
Sark Folk Festival 2019
line-ups & rumours
last updated: Tue 7th May 2019
Sark Folk Festival
festival home page
last updated: Tue 7th May 2019
Sark Folk Festival 2017
festival details
last updated: Mon 8th May 2017
Sark Folk Festival 2016
festival details
last updated: Tue 17th May 2016