Warwick Folk Festival moves to a New Venue, and we at City Nites are very excited about it!
At the start of its fourth decade, Warwick Folk Festival is set to move venue for 2020. Having previously been at Warwick School, the festival will be closer to town this year as it relocates to Castle Park, adjacent to Warwick Castle.
Furthermore, Highlights include Will Pound, Show of Hands, Le Vent du Nord, The Young’uns, Nancy Kerr and Seth Lakeman plus plenty of energetic ceilidhs, sing-arounds, dance and crafts from July 23 to 26, 2020.
Festival director Dick Dixon said: “We can’t wait to welcome our festival goers for another great year and in such an exciting location with beautiful views across the banks of the Avon.
“The Festival has something for everyone, whether it’s superb music, camping, workshops, singing, dancing, sessions and giggles galore at what is one of the friendliest and established folk festivals around.” Find out more here.
The Line Up
- Will Pound’s A Day Will Come
- Nancy Kerr and James Fagan
- The Wilderness Yet
- Janice Burns and Jon Doran
- Zach Johnson
- Rosie Hood Trio
- Les Barker
- Keith Donnelly
- Katie Spencer
- Panic Circus
- Georgia Lewis and Ross Grant
- Reg Meuross • Whapweasel
- Peeping Tom • Bedlam
- Steve Tilston and Hugh Bradley
- Dom Prag
Boundless Brothers • The Canny Band • Leberdek • Shooting Roots • Kristy Gallacher • Bill Bates • Rupe • Chris Elliott and Caitlin Jones • Hand To Mouth Theatre • Graeme Knights • Becky Syson • Baby Bops and Toddle Bops • Coventry Comhaltas • Dave Fry • Dragonhead • Greengrass • Willow and Tool Band • Under the Influence • Tilt • The Quiet Men • Thrup’nny Bits • Wyld Thingz • The Paper Circus • The Harvesters • Spa Strummers • Paul and Glen Elliott • Bob Phillips and Frank Richards • Matthew Hernandez • Sharp as Razors • Sheila Lum • Allan Richardson • Bianco Quartet • Craig Sunderland
Warwick Folk Festival moves to a New Venue