Wimborne Minster Folk Festival 2018

Friday 8th to Sunday 10th June 2018
various venues, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 1AS, England MAP
£50 for an adult weekend ticket
last updated: Fri 25th May 2018

The annual folk festival, Wimborne Minster Folk Festival, will be held from Friday 8th until Sunday 10th June 2018.

Line-up

Acts confirmed so far include Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman, Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar, Josie Duncan & Pablo Lafuente, The Outside Track, Tom Lewis, Andy Cutting, Gerry Colvin Band, Ray 'Chopper' Cooper, The Drystones, Amy Goddard, and more.

For all of the line-up details including day and venue information please see the line-up page.

As well as the music there's a number of dance teams.

Tickets

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Weekend tickets are priced at £50, or half price for children 5-12. Infants (4 and under) can go for free.

Day tickets are also available.

On site

Wimborne Minster Folk Festival promises three days of 'folk, family and fun', with the much-loved mix of dance displays, family activities, workshops and stalls returning to the historic minster town's streets.

There will be two dedicated family areas on Saturday and Sunday, with a packed programme of free interactive craft, dance, music and storytelling workshops at the Community Learning and Resource Centre (CLaRC) on King Street and more workshops, rides and fun activities on Willow Walk, next to Waitrose.

Festival-goers can also browse and buy at a diverse range of stalls around the town, including a selection of local food traders..

Camping

The festival campsite is Meadows Camping which provides cheap, basic camping within 10 minutes walk of the town centre. The site has toilets, showers and good 24 hour security. Although it might be possible to turn up on the day and find an available spot, we strongly recommend booking your camp space in advance.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 8th to Sunday 10th June 2018
various venues, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 1AS, England MAP
£50 for an adult weekend ticket
last updated: Fri 25th May 2018


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