Programme Updates (4 July)

Since the distribution of the orginal advertising material the following updates to the programme have been made:

Bill Adair, Steve Turner, Edwina Hayes, Pete Morton, John Wrightson Band, Alan Reid, and Paul Lucas & Alan Young have been added.

Unfortunately Cathryn Craig & Brian Willougby have been withdrawn.

For futher details of the current prgramme please click the Programme button for dates and times.

Guests confirmed so far...

Online ticket sales now available

Miriam Erasmus (Backhouse) ~ Bryony ~ The Wilsons
The John Ward Trio ~ Les Barker ~ Marie Little
Steve Turner ~ Bill Adair ~ The Hut People
Dave Ellis & Boo Howard~ Róisín Bán (dance band)
Tom McConville & Andy Watt~ Keith Donnelly
Martyn Wyndham-Read & Iris Bishop ~ Monkey's Fist Chris, Denny & Emily ~ Trevor Taylor ~ Feet First
Stanley Accrington ~ Chris Milner ~ Bob Fortune Dogwatch ~ Patchwork ~ Beth Burrows ~ Barry Evans Hazel Bolton ~ Zoot ~ Locos in Motion ~ Ken Hall
Darlington Mummers ~ Angie Bladen ~ Jo & Mo
Edwina Hayes ~ Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer
Dave Howdon ~ Kevin Hall ~ Marjorie Fortune
Ian Tyzack ~ Doc Rowe ~ Jill Pidd ~ Mary Webb
Beyond the Pale ~ Lynn Flounders ~ Ray Storr
Pete Morton ~ John Wrightson Band ~ Alan Reid
Paul Lucas & Alan Young

Plus ceilidhs, sing-arounds, workshops
and dancing displays







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FESTIVAL WEEKEND TICKETS 70; after June 1st 80.

 Children under 10 years are free; Children aged 10 to 16 half price.

Weekend ticket holders: Camping 17.50 per person noon Thursday 8th to noon Monday 12th
Camping for day ticket holders and non-ticket holders: 17.50 per person per night.

Online ticket sales now available


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Saltburn Folk Festival is a not for profit company limited by guarantee, registered in England. Company No. 11821526
Registered office: The Marine Hotel, 43 Marine Parade, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Cleveland, TS12 1DZ
(Directors: Guy Cuthbert, G W Dobson, Ken Hall)