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Cambrige Folk Festival. The Big Names Announced

Cambridge Folk FestivalCambridge Folk Festival, now in its 49th year, has revealed a number of artists confirmed for 2013’s characteristically eclectic bill.

The Festival showcases both international headline artists and young, emerging talent across four different stages and continues to enjoy sell-out success year on year. Renowned for its unique parkland setting, great facilities and family friendliness, the Festival offers something for everyone with street theatre, music workshops and sessions, raucous ceilidhs, open stages, a youth area, internet café, kids’ ceilidh, storytelling, free creche, paddling pool and playground, real ale bars.

The first names announced are listed below:

The Mavericks (Sat)  Bellowhead (Fri)  KT Tunstall (Sat)  Levellers (Fri)

Liam O’Flynn, Andy Irvine, Paddy Glackin & Dónal Lunny aka LAPD (Fri)

Capercaillie (Sun)  Heritage Blues Orchestra (Sat)  Lucy Rose (Thurs)

Martin Simpson (Sat/Sun)  Le Vent du Nord  (Sat/Sun) Mud Morganfield Band (Sun)

Sam Lee & Friends (Fri)  Heidi Talbot (Sat/Sun)  The Chair  (Sat/Sun)

Mokoomba (Sat)  Willy Mason (Thurs)  The Bombay Royale (Fri) 

Bella Hardy & The Midnight Watch (Sat) Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman (Thurs)

Frigg (Fri/Sat)  Jim Moray’s Silent Ceilidh (Sat)  Brian McNeill (Fri/Sat)

We Banjo 3 (Sat/Sun)  Larkin Poe (Thurs/Fri)  Monster Ceilidh Band (Fri)

The Willows (Thurs)  Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar (Sat/Sun) 


Sunday headliners and more big names are still to be announced.

For online booking and information visit www.cambridgefolkfestival.co.uk  Phone booking: 01223 357851
 






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