Thank you to all performers, organisers, volunteers, staff, attendees and supporters for making the 2022 Folk on the Farm festival a big success. It was lovely to meet up with old friends again and welcome new people to the festival. We look forward to seeing you all at the 2023 festival.
Thank you to Peter Simmonds for the fantastic festival videos shown on this website.
Take a trip back to our previous festivals and relive the performances.
Running with Scissors
Ukes of Hazzard
James J Turner
Idiot and Friend
O'Hooley & Tidow
John Williams & Erica Harwood
Deborah Jackson & Skeet Williams
Blackbeard's Tea Party
Run For Cover
A D Cooke Band
Corrie Shelley Band
Karen Pfeiffer & Paul Walker
Southbound Attic Band
Jon Palmer Band
Henry Priestman & Les Glover
Hi Fellow Folkies, hippies and friends of Folk on the Farm,
Tyddyn Môn and I are so looking forward to welcoming you back to the charity farm in Brynrefail on Anglesey for the 8th Folk on the Farm festival after what has been such a challenging, sad and frustrating few years.
I offer my sincere condolences to anyone who has lost loved ones during the pandemic. As most of you know, a fellow founder member of the festival, Drew, sadly passed away during the pandemic. Drew was like a brother to me and to Simmo and well known and loved by many on the festival circuit. His loss is felt throughout the folk festival community. The Folk on the Farm 2022 festival will be very emotional without him but I’m sure he will be watching over us in spirit!! No doubt there will be many chats and memories shared over the weekend, but as Drew would have said “The show must go on, let’s get to it!!”
I am pleased to announce, that most of the artists that were booked to play in 2020 have agreed to play this year with the exception of a few. Take a look at the great line-up we have planned for you. The Folk plus night on Thursday July 7th at 7pm and our Friday afternoon concert will take place in the Marquee in the woods on the farm. The main stage and festival will start officially on Friday evening opening with our very own The Tyddyners.
We will do all within our power to make the festival a Covid safe environment, with an enhanced cleaning regime and ask you to do your bit too please. Please use the hand sanitizers provided at the entrance to all venues. Face coverings are not compulsory at performances but please feel free to wear one if you wish. Also, there is a lot of hugging when greeting each other in the folk community, but please ask the person first.
Finally, thank you for supporting the Folk on the Farm festival and let’s have a fantastic weekend.
Memories From Folk On The Farm 2018