Offering fun for all types, and ages the Village Pump Folk Festival is held beneath the Westbury White Horse and will celebrate the best in Folk, Roots and Acoustic music, taking place from Friday 25th until Sunday 27th July 2014, at the White Horse Country Park, in Wiltshire.
Joe Brown, The Blues Band, Martin Simpson, Seth Lakeman, Peter Knight's Gigspanner, Steve Knightley, O'Hooley and Tidow, Cathryn Craig and Brian Willoughby, Vin Garbutt, Rob Lear, Baraka, 3 Daft Monkeys, Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston, The Panic Brothers, Rosie Eade band, Jimmy Lee and the Edge of Chaos Orchestra, Up The Creek, The Merv Grist Players, The Village Pump Choir, Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin, Gren Bartley, The Willows, Billy In The Lowground, Georgia Lewis, Tim Graham, Lazibyrd, Phil Beer, Michael Chapman, Home Service, Brass Monkey, The Panic Brothers, Paul Darby's Nature Ramble, Holt Morris, Gill's Parachute Games, plus loads of workshops and The Village Pump Folk Quiz.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £120 including camping, for an adult weekend ticket, with half price tickets for young people aged 10 to 17, under10s are still free. Booking fees are also applied to the ticket price. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a full paying adult.
From 1 April 2014 ticket prices will increase to £120 which will include camping , half price for young people as above.
Expect children's entertainment, comedy, workshops, beer, trade stalls selling food, and informal sessions.
There will be two main stages. The first is a large marquee hosting established folk acts and the second which is housed within the country club and will be staging ceilidhs, up and coming acts and acts that suit a more intimate atmosphere. As well as these two main stages there will be a number of smaller sessions and family orientated tents as well as trade stands and bars.
Camping will be on a large, flat camping field which will allow festival goers on site from Thursday 24th July. The campsite is a short walk from the main arena, but if you would prefer not to walk, there will be a shuttle bus running every day.
The parking is near the campsite.
There will be more information here when available.
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