Dhol Foundation have been announced as the Sunday headliner for FolkEast festival which takes place from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th August 2017 on the 300 acres of parkland at Glemham Hall, in Suffolk., joining the previously announced headliners of Jon Boden, and Sam Kelly and The Lost Boys.
They join a line-up which includes Lau, Fay Hield, Beoga, Michael Chapman, Martin Carthy & John Kirkpatrick, Martin Simpson, John Spiers and Peter Knight, The Young'uns, The Willows, Korrontzi, Damien O’Kane Band, Three Cane Whale, John Spiers, Alma, Will Pound and Eddy Jay, Norfolk Broads, Moirai, The Swing Museum, Ninebarrow, The Broadside Boys, John Ward, Shorelark, India Electric Co, Ben Savage & Hannah Sander, and many more.
The festival is played out across six stages (including St Andrew’s Church, the open air Sunset Stage and the hidden woodland Soapbox Stage) and offers fine Suffolk food fare and two authentic ‘village’ pubs serving festival ales plus possibly the smallest pub in the UK, The Halfway Inn.
Tickets are priced at £115 for an adult ticket, or £70 for those aged 12-17 years, plus booking fees. Children aged 11 years and under can attend for free. A family ticket for 2 adults and 2 youth is priced at £342. A tent pitch is charged at £12. Campervan passes are priced at £24.
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