Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair 2013

Saturday 18th May 2013
Wolverton Manor, Shorwell, Isle of Wight, PO30 3JS, England MAP
£5 (£7 on the gate). Children under 12, Free
daily capacity: 1200
last updated: Tue 9th Apr 2013

Wolverton Manor, Shorwell provide the backdrop to Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair. The event will take place on Saturday 18th May 2013, raising money for Leukaemia Research and Brighstone School.

Line-up

The live music stage will provide a full programme, featuring the best of the Island's Folk & Blues musicians, from solo acoustic to full electric bands. The line-up includes The Sail Pattern, The Wild Oats, Scarecrow, The Herd, The MoonShiners, Holly Kirby, Nick Cane Band, Laurie McVay & Tony Farinha, and Clive Thomas, with more to be confirmed.

Tickets

£5 in advance or £7 entry on gate. Children aged under 12 free. Advance tickets available from: The Village Shop, Brighstone, Shorwell Shop, Briddlesford Farm Shop, and Waterstone's bookshop, Newport.

More info

This family friendly event will include an IW real ale beer tent, BBQ, Tea tent serving teas & cakes, plus children's activities, and even Circus Skills and Zumba workshops. The Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair looks set to be a celebration of all that's good about our Island's local food & music talent.

In aid of Leukaemia Research and Brighstone School, the event will include 'taster menus' within tented cafes, serving an interesting variety of freshly cooked local produce.

Ferries

For those travelling to the island, there are various ferry options available, see Red Funnel or Wight Link for details.

Accommodation

This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses on the island.

More information will be here when available.

Saturday 18th May 2013
Wolverton Manor, Shorwell, Isle of Wight, PO30 3JS, England MAP
£5 (£7 on the gate). Children under 12, Free
daily capacity: 1200
last updated: Tue 9th Apr 2013


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