Folk on the Farm

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Festival 13 - 16 July 2023

Line-up for 2023

Check back soon for the times of the performances

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.

The Folk on the Farm festival has grown from small beginnings in 2013 into a popular and sold out festival in 2019. Please see our archive pages for 2022 - 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016 ,2015, 2014 and 2013 for line-ups and videos of performances.


2023 Line Up

Friday Afternoon

Ged the Poet

Will Riding

Penny Neale

Martin Hibbert

Neil Martin

Martin Pleass

Virginia Kettle

Friday Evening

The Tyddyners

The Three Busketeers

The Skylarks

Merry Hell

Saturday Afternoon

Allan and Corki

John Harley & Sarah

Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne

Hiroshima Twinkie

Saturday Evening

Demdikes Cat


Truckstop Honeymoon

The Duncan Mcfarlane Band

Sunday Afternoon

Carrie Martin

Louise Rogan

Michell, Pfeiffer & Kulesh

Cowbois Celtaidd

Sunday Evening

Edwina Hayes

Wet the Tea

The Endings

Henry Priestman & Les Glover

A Tribute To Drew

Bands 2022

Blackbeards's Tea Party
Hugh Taylor
Ben Robertson
Running With Scissors
A D Cook Band
Corrie Shelley Band
Y Moniars
Emma & Paul
Southbound Attic Band
Bill Bates & Friend
Run For Cover
Beaumont Brothers
Kate McCullough
Cobalt Tales
John Williams & Jo Pue
James J Turner
Henry Priestman & Les Glover
The Tyddyners
The Three Buskateers
Jon Palmer Band
Karen Pfeiffer & Paul Walker
Spinning Wheel
Ukes Of Hazzard
Idiot & Friend
Alan & Jon
Tennessee Walz Proposal
Katie Spencer
Jackie Gaer
Skylarks & John Williams
Gareth Heesom
O'Hooley & Tidow
Jackel & The Widow Maker
Jackson Williams
Rory McLeod
Karin Grandal-Park & Ava Greenhall