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About The Festival

About The Festival

Welcome to the Midland’s premier acoustic, roots and dance festival, situated at the edge of the picturesque market town of Southwell in Nottinghamshire.

Winner of a prestigious Fatea Festival of the Year Award in 2013, come and discover what makes Southwell “The Biggest Little Festival in Britain”.

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Artists

Artists

We bring you the  most eclectic range of artists you will hope to find at any roots music event.

See 2014 line up

About Southwell

About Southwell

Southwell is arguably the prettiest town in Nottinghamshire. The stunning Southwell Minster is a splendid cathedral with one of the finest Norman naves in Europe.

The festival site is only a stone’s throw from the Minster and the narrow high street and beautiful pubs and shops of Southwell which are well worth a visit while you are here.

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Trecherous Orchestra
Sojourners
Vin Garbutt

Plus …

Martyn Joseph & Stewart Henderson Caladh Nua Woody Mann (TBC) Bella Hardy and The Midnight Watch Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar


East Midlands Folk Listings

Individual clubs and sessions

Other organisations

Other resources

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 The Bills
Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson Big Band
The Poozies

 And…

Polly & The Billets Doux<br />Blackbeard’s Tea Party<br />Keith Donnelly<br />The Henry Girls<br />The BeauBowBelles

Checkout our Line Up page for full details.

Early bird adult weekend tickets are the same price as 2013 and weekend extra tickets (to include Thursday) are slightly cheaper than last year! Tickets are on sale from August, so make sure you buy promptly and get the best rate.

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Feast of Fiddles
THE KENNEDYS
Ben Waters Band

Also

Jeff Warner Skipper’s Alley  Hatful of Rain Plus: THE PREMIERE OF MICK RYAN’S GREATEST FOLK OPERA YET “A Day’s Work”

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