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Upcoming Festivals

Chippenham Folk Festival - 24-27 May

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This is the 48th Chippenham Folk Festival and after all these years, the festival still maintains its original core objective "... to be primarily a participatory festival promoting and presenting some of the best in English Folk Song, Music and Dance ...". It does this by presenting over 200 individual events and workshops, all in one weekend on the Spring Bank Holiday.

Knockengorroch World Ceilidh - 23-26 May

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Knockengorroch Festivals were born from a love of the land, excellent roots music and celebrating the good times. The festival presents unparalleled music, arts and workshops in a beautiful mountain riverside meadow around 50 miles from Dumfries. For them, location is key. This is one of the most beautiful and unique festival venues in the UK. The festival commemorates and celebrates the history and the people that once lived in our valley, in former times an entire village…

Moniaive Folk Festival - 10-12 May

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Moniaive nestles in stunning countryside where the three glens of Craigdarroch, Dalwhat and Castlefairn meet. The 18th Moniaive Folk Festival is being held on 10-12 May. After a wonderful programme in 2018, this coming festival will yet again be bringing some of the finest acts on the folky circuit to this lovely wee village.

Girvan Folk Festival - 3-5 May

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Girvan Folk Festival was, and to some extent still is, one of the premier events in Scotland with respect to traditional music. It is proudly an old style festival with its own identity and values. If you like it, you may well love it – and if you love it, you may want to be part if the next few years of its new history.