Thank you to all who supported Banbury Folk Festival which was a sell-out this year!

Next year's dates -
Banbury Song & Ale Weekend 10 - 12 April 2015
Banbury Folk Festival 9 - 11 October 2015

We will be updating the website when we have more details of these events.

 

Artists who appeared at this year's Festival

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John Tams & Barry Coope

Anthony John Clarke

Isla St Clair (patron)


Something Nasty in the Woodshed



The Linda Watkins Band

Kings Gambit

The Pete Watkins Originals

The Kevin O'Regan Band

Scarecrow

The She Shanties

Hector Gilchrist

Martin & Emma Vogwell

Gregg Cave & Nick Ellison    

Pattie Smith & Ned Clamp

Alhambra

Bill Bates

Sharp as Razors

May Thrill

The Skeptics

John Morris and Denise Smith

Kitty Vernon and Derek Burgess

Clive and Madge Tierney

Bill McKinnon

Dave Fry         

Holler n Duck

Toots & Fraser

Dave & Ann Reader

Hilary Ward

Black Parrot Seaside

Trefor Williams

Cris Bartlett

Spiders Web   

Dave Taylor

John Wright and Jonathan Waller

Pete Joshua

Mike Moyse

Stevie Matt Cooper

Acousticana

Nick Lines

Dave Oakley

Barry Seward

Sheila Thackwray & Trevor Hewett

Claire Mace

Kevin West

John Slinger

Jules the Banburyshire Storyteller

Brian Little



 

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Banbury Folk Festival 2014

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Banbury Town Hall

Home of Banbury Town Council and Main Concert Venue for the Festival, right in the heart of Banbury. This fine Victorian Gothic building is situated in the High Street, next to Banbury Market Square and close to Banbury Old Town and Castle Quay Shopping Centre.

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Drayton Leisure Golf Centre

Festival Campsite and Weekend Events Venue. You can be sure of a warm welcome from our hosts, Nicholas and Lesley Turner. The campsite has full facilities and the clubhouse has a bar and café with a separate clubroom.

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The Reinedeer Inn

Banbury’s oldest pub, with Festival Events held in the historic oak-panelled Globe Room and Front Bar.  Situated in Old Town’s Parsons Street, where visitors can enjoy the old-style charm of Banbury’s shops and restaurants.

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The Banbury Cross Pub

Banbury Folk Club’s great new home and venue for Festival Folk Club sessions throughout the weekend. In Butchers Row nestled between the Market and the High Street and close to Banbury Town Hall.

For more information click here

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Hotel Mercure Whately Hall

Housed within a former 17th Century Coaching Inn, and commanding a presence on Banbury’s North Bar, close to our town venues.  Festival Sponsor, pleased to provide accommodation to some of our artists.

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The Bell Inn, Grimsbury

Like a village pub, close to the centre of town! 8 minutes walk from Banbury Town Hall and 2 minutes from the train station, The Bell will be the venue for music sessions throughout the Festival weekend.

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The Dog & Gun

Situated on North Bar, just up from the Reindeer. This will be the venue for performance workshops on Saturday.