See you again soon!

Tickets for the 2017 festival are now on sale with our super keen early bird discount. tickets

We had a cracking festival in 2016 and hope you did too. The photos from this year’s festival are in our gallery . Enjoy this clip from Breabach celebrating with an encore at the 2016 finale.

We hope to see you at our 2017 festival

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First Acts Announced for 2017!

The first acts for Priddy Folk Festival 2017 have been announced – and among them are some old friends and exciting new talent.

We are pleased to announce the return of Irish four-piece Flook who last played at Priddy – to great acclaim  – in 2014.

Led by the flutes of Sarah Allen and Brian Finnegan and featuring Ed Boyd (guitar) and John Joe Kelly (bodhran), Flook’s intoxicating take on Irish folk and self-penned tunes has won them fans all over the world....

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2017 Tickets Now On Sale!

Our 2016 festival was one of the best and most popular Priddy Folk Festivals ever so we are very excited to announce that tickets for Priddy Folk Festival 2017 are now on sale.

And if you buy now you can take advantage of our super keen ticket deal which means you can get a weekend  ticket for 2017 for as little £63!

And don’t forget they make great Christmas presents for a folk-loving loved one.

We are already working hard to assemble a fabulous bill of folk talent befitting of one of the finest, frendliest folk festivals...

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Faustus coming to Priddy in October

The festival is over for another year. I hope you caught the “Big Sing” in Swildons on Sunday morning with the fabulous Faustus who are in residence at Halsway this year. The great news is that they are coming back to Priddy Village Hall for a concert in October on Sunday 16th. Doors 7:30 for  8:00pm (please note the date changed after we printed the festival programmes!).

Faustus are three of the leading lights of their generation: Saul Rose (Waterson:Carthy, Whapweazel, War Horse), Benji Kirkpatrick (Seth Lakeman Band, Bellowhead) and Paul...

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