Oysterband, Daphne's Flight, and more for Folk on the Pier 2019

By Neil Greenway | Published: Tue 6th Nov 2018

Daphne's Flight

Friday 10th to Sunday 12th May 2019
The Pavilion Theatre, The Pier, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9HE, England MAP
currently £107.50, or £20 afternoons, £23 evenings
Last updated: Wed 17th Apr 2019

Folk on the Pier has announced its headliners for its 21st edition, which takes place at The Pavilion Theatre, The Pier, Cromer, Norfolk and over three days from Friday 10th until Sunday 12th May 2019, with a line-up of folkrock and six concerts over three days.

The Friday afternoon concert is from John Tams & Barry Coope, while the evening concert has Sally Barker and members of other favourite folk on the Pier bands with their interpretations of the songs of Sandy Denny.

The Saturday afternoon concert will be from festival patron Ashley Hutchings, and Becky Mills, performing as a duet to perform songs from each of their new albums. The evening concert is from Daphne's Flight (pictured above). On Sunday the afternoon concert is from up-and-coming band Merry Hell, and to close the event on Sunday evering are Oysterband.

Festival organizer Scott Butler said "having Oysterband as our final act is the perfect way to close the festival this year. They are by far one of the most oft requested artists by our audience and certainly one my personal favourite folk rock acts. It was my love of folk rock that inspired the very first festival in 1999 and Oysterband are masters of the genre."

There's a limited number of weekend passes currently priced at £107.50, while the afternoon concerts cost £20, and evening concerts are £23.

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Friday afternoon: John Tams & Barry Coope (£20)
Friday evening: Sally Barker & others - the songs of Sandy Denny (£23)
Saturday afternoon: Ashley Hutchings and Becky Mills (£20)
Saturday evening: Daphne's Flight (£23)
Sunday afternoon: Merry Hell (£20)
Sunday evening: Oysterband (£23)


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