Levellers, Nick Mulvey, and Teenage Fanclub for Moseley Folk Festival 2018

plus Show of Hands, This Is The Kit, Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel, Willy Mason, & more

published: Wed 21st Mar 2018

Levellers

Friday 31st August to Sunday 2nd September 2018
Moseley Park, Moseley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 8DD, England MAP
£99 weekend, day tickets £45
daily capacity: 6000
last updated: Mon 23rd Jul 2018

LevellersNick Mulvey, Teenage Fanclub, and will headline the 13th Moseley Folk Festival, which takes place at Moseley Park, Birmingham from Friday 31st August until Sunday 2nd September 2018.

The line-ups for each day are as follows:-
Friday: Levellers, Show of Hands, Skinny Lister, Richard Dawson, Corn Potato String Band, David Campbell, Hannah Johnson and the Broken Hearts, High Horses, Keto, Saint Alto, Swampmeat Family Band.
Saturday: Nick Mulvey, This Is The Kit, Willy Mason, Imarhan, Chris Wood, Siobhan Miller, Ciaran Lavery, Tiny Ruins, Jim White, Emma Gatrill, Honey Harper, MG Boulter.
Sunday: Teenage Fanclub, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel, King Creosote, Bridget St John, Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton, Martin Carthy, Stick in the Wheel, Seamus Fogarty, Jim Ghedi, Cosmotheka/Merrymaker, Jack Blackman, Katherine Priddy, The Lost Notes.

buy tickets from 10am on Friday 23rd March >

Tickets will go on sale on sale at 10am on Friday 23rd March, priced as follows:
Adult weekend: £99
U16 weekend: £48
Adult 2-day: £79
U16 2-day: £38
Adult day: £45
U16 day: £22

2 day tickets are available for either Friday+Saturday or Saturday+Sunday. Day tickets are available for all 3 days.



Friday 31st August to Sunday 2nd September 2018
Moseley Park, Moseley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 8DD, England MAP
£99 weekend, day tickets £45
daily capacity: 6000
last updated: Mon 23rd Jul 2018


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