The dates for the 36th Warwick Folk Festival, are confirmed as being from Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th July 2015.
Billy Bragg, Lil’ Jimmy Reed Band, The Demon Barbers XL, Nancy Kerr and The Sweet Visitor Band, A Moving Sound, The Wilsons, Barluath, The Young’Uns, The Will Pound Band, Elbow Jane Band, Melrose Quartet, Kerr Fagan, Polly Barrett, Roy Bailey, Megson, Keith Donnelly, Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar, The Mischa MacPherson Trio, Boundless Brothers, Panic Circus, Jan Edgecombe’s Blackboard Van, Jeff Warner, Dearest Home, Ursula Holden-Gill, Patrick Ryan, Roseanna Ball, Jess Morgan, Jim Mageean, Emma and the Professor, Matt Hernandez, Sue Brown and Lorraine Irwing, Floot Street, Graeme Knights, The Harvesters, Graham Sutherland, The Folly Brothers, The Arrowsmiths, Lucy Anne Sale, Julie Neale, Winter Wilson, Anna Ryder, Elliott Morris, Granny’s Attic, The Drystones, Alistair Brown, Bob Hall and Hilary Blythe.
Adult weekend ticket (16 yrs and over) £135 Thursday to Sunday with camping
Adult weekend ticket (16 yrs and over) £120 Friday to Sunday with camping
Adult weekend ticket (16 yrs and over) £103 no camping
Concessions weekend £124 Thursday to Sunday with camping
Concessions weekend £110 Friday to Sunday with camping
Concessions weekend £94 Thursday to Sunday no camping
Family (2 adults + 2 or more juniors) £337 Thursday to Sunday with camping
Family (2 adults + 2 or more juniors) £299 Friday to Sunday with camping
Family (2 adults + 2 or more juniors) £282 Thursday to Sunday no camping
Junior (under 16 years) £66 Thursday to Sunday with camping
Junior (under 16 years) £60 Friday to Sunday with camping
Junior (under 16 years) £57 Thursday to Sunday no camping
Children under 10 Free
Day and Evening Tickets:
Thursday tickets are priced at £18.
Evening tickets (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) are priced at £26.
All day tickets (Saturday, Sunday) are priced at £44. Juniors half price.
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.
More information will be here when available.
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