Maddy Prior's Stepping Stones Festival returns to the ruins of Kirklinton Hall, near Carlisle in the remote Scottish Borders in Cumbria on Friday 10th until Sunday 12th June 2016.
Steeleye Span, Show Of Hands, Everything Everything, The Baghdaddies, Jig Doll, Moulettes, Maddy Prior, Hannah James and Giles Lewin, Red Ruff, Hefted, Bridie Jackson & The Arbour, Project Ham Sandwich, Wild Men Of Baroque, and Steve Turner. A full kids programme, plus open mic events and more.
The early bird offer has ended. A weekend tickets are priced at £70 per person (under 16s free), (plus handling charge if booking online).
Camping available on site at Kirklinton Hall for tents and campervans at £5 per person per night. No caravan hook-ups available. This will be in a flat field with only emergency lighting, porterloos and cold water. The site will be open from 4pm on Friday the 13th and campers must vacate the site by midday on Sunday 15th. No dogs are permitted on site. The nearest shops are at Longtown 4 miles away.
Food will be provided by Halsford Farm and a combined team from Kirklinton Church and the Brampton Community Centre. Geltsdale Micro Brewery from Brampton are running the Bar. Whilst Kirklinton’s main performance area is roofed, because the Hall is a ruin the music will be audible to people wandering around in the grounds as well as to those sitting or standing under cover.
Kirklinton Hall is on a minor road off the main Brampton to Longtown road.
Navigate onto the A6071 road from Brampton heading towards Longtown, then look out for the festival signs.
More information will be here when available.
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