The dates for the 35th Warwick Folk Festival, are confirmed as being from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th July 2014.
Richard Thompson, Breabach, Habadekuk, Gordie Mackeeman and the Rhythm Boys, Panic Clowns, A Day's Work, John Tams and Barry Coope, Jarlath Henderson and Ross Ainslie, Tickled Pink, Lucy Ward Band, Monster Ceilidh Band, Gavin Davenport Band, Mairearad Green And Anna Massie, The Will Pound Band, The Willows, Flossie Malavialle, The Tea Cups, Roisin Ban, Keith Donnelly, Tom Mcconville, Broom Bezzum's, Polly and the Billets Doux, Tuneworks, Rosie Hood, Jan Edgecombe's Blackboard Van, Doc Rowe, Sunjay Brayne, Haddo, The Goat Roper Rodeo Band, Matt Hernandez, Jim Mageean, Bonzo and Doris, Kayna, Na-Mara, Nurse Roberts and the Medicine Man, Polly Paulusma, Cabstars, Owen Woods, and Gavin Davenport with Tom Kitching.
Adult weekend ticket (16 yrs and over) £129 Thursday to Monday inc. Thursday Concert with camping
Adult weekend ticket (16 yrs and over) £109 Friday to Monday with camping
Adult weekend ticket (16 yrs and over) £94 no camping
Concessions weekend £109 Thursday to Monday inc. Thursday Concert with camping
Concessions weekend £100 Friday to Monday with camping
Concessions weekend £99 Thursday to Monday no camping
Family (2 adults + 2 or more juniors) £323 Thursday to Monday inc. Thursday Concert with camping
Family (2 adults + 2 or more juniors) £272.50 Friday to Monday with camping
Family (2 adults + 2 or more juniors) £272.50 Thursday to Monday no camping
Junior (under 16 years) £65 Thursday to Monday inc. Thursday Concert with camping
Junior (10-17 yrs inclusive) £47 Friday to Monday with camping
Junior (under 16 years) £54 Thursday to Monday no camping
Children under 10 Free
Day and Evening Tickets:
Thursday tickets are priced at £22.
Evening tickets (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) are priced at £24.
All day tickets (Saturday, Sunday) are priced at £40. Juniors half price.
A wealth of entertainment is featured on the Festival Site, which is in the School grounds of Warwick School. There are concerts, Ceilidhs, workshops, dance displays and crafts stalls plus a Children's Programme, Jan's Blackboard Van, a swimming pool and hot showers. Camping can only be booked with weekend tickets. A free bus service takes you to the Town Centre, which is about a 15 minutes walk.
Concerts on the Festival site are usually held in the Main Stage Marquee, and Bridge House Theatre. The Guy Nelson Hall is used for Ceilidhs and workshops, and on the same site there are acoustic concerts, singarounds, and workshops. The festival offers an extended Craft Fair, a range of real ales, on-site catering and community-led-recycling throughout the festival weekend.
The Warwick team also delivers an extensive Fringe Festival of events in the Town Centre, featuring dance displays, street theatre, music sessions, and an evening concert on Saturday.
Dozens of Warwickshire youngsters will take to the professional stage for the first time at Warwick Folk Festival, in a jaw-dropping, floor-shaking performance where traditional folk music and dance meets hip hop and breakdance.
More information will be here when available.
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