Beardy Folk Festival 2020 going ahead in September

published: Fri 10th Jul 2020

Holy Moly & the Crackers

Thursday 17th to Sunday 20th September 2020
Hopton Court, Hopton Waters, Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, DY14 0EF, England MAP
currently £125 for the weekend (sold out)
daily capacity: 1000
last updated: Mon 24th Aug 2020

Following the announcement yesterday of the latest government guidelines for the performing arts, Beardy Folk Festival has tweeted "we're delighted to announce Beardy Folk Festival 2020 is on!"

Having postponed from June and rearranged for new dates of Thursday 17th to Sunday 20th September 2020, it takes place in the grounds of Hopton Court, Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire with an advertised line-up of acts including Holy Moly & the Crackers (pictured above), Sam Kelly and The Lost Boys, Sheelanagig, Peter Knight's Gigspanner, Calan, India Electric Co., Katherine Priddy, Charlie Dore, Luke Jackson, The Goat Roper Rodeo Band, Ranagri, Gaz Brookfield, The Shackleton Trio, and more. For the details as available please see the line-up page.

A limited number of tickets are available, currently priced as follows:-
Weekend adult: £110
Weekend teenager (13-17): £55
Weekend Child (under 13): free but requires a ticket
A camping pass (per pitch, not per-person) is priced at £20 for 3 nights or £30 for 4 nights.

Day tickets are currently priced at £40 for each day. Teenager day tickets are half price.

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All prices are subject to booking fees.



Thursday 17th to Sunday 20th September 2020
Hopton Court, Hopton Waters, Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, DY14 0EF, England MAP
currently £125 for the weekend (sold out)
daily capacity: 1000
last updated: Mon 24th Aug 2020


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