Fairport Convention and more for The Acoustic Festival of Britain

plus early bird tickets on sale

published: Mon 1st Nov 2010

Fairport Convention

Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd May 2011
Uttoxeter Racecourse, Wood Lane, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 8BD, England MAP
£90 with camping
last updated: Mon 28th Mar 2011

Fairport Convention, and Quill lead the second wave of acts announced for The Acoustic Festival of Britain which has put tickets on sale today.

Fairport Convention
Fairport Convention, and Quill have been announced for Sunday, with Hazel O'Connor returning to the festival with her new all female band The Bluja Project amongst the other acts also confirmed.

Other new additions include The Acoustic Beatles, The Peace Artistes, Ghost Train, The Re-entrants, Shamus OBlivion, and Sicknote Steve. More acts will be confirmed over the coming months.

Early bird tickets are on sale today with the first 500 Weekend Camping Tickets on sale at 2008 prices, that is £75 including camping (or £60 without camping), child weekend camping tickets for those aged 10 - 15 years are priced at £20 or £15 without camping. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Day tickets will be available at a later date.

To buy tickets, click here.

The Acoustic Festival of Britain offers four stages of unplugged and acoustic music covering live folk guitar music, country music, bluegrass, with a few legends, and some tribute acts. Now in it's sixth year the festival is held from Friday 20th until Sunday 22nd May 2011 at Uttoxeter Racecourse, in Staffordshire.

Hayseed Dixie, and Cerys Matthews have been announced as Friday night headliners, with T.Rextasy, and Seven Little Sisters also confirmed. A guitar theme is to run through the festival which is reflected in the confirmation of Johnny Dickson, Rodney Branigan, Rick Payne, Guy Maile, Steve Chapman Smith, Steve Picken, and Jack Blackman.

Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd May 2011
Uttoxeter Racecourse, Wood Lane, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 8BD, England MAP
£90 with camping
last updated: Mon 28th Mar 2011


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