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Coronavirus Update 2021:
Unfortunately owing to the uncertainties caused by coronavirus (COVID-19)
the Festival organisers have reluctantly decided that

the 2021 festival is CANCELLED

It is hoped to retain the programme structure and the invited artists as far as possible
for Sedgefield Folk Festival 2022 on September 2nd, 3rd & 4th

 We hope to meet again once we can mix normally
Stay safe everyone

 

Welcome to the home page of the Sedgefield Folk Festival.

 

A monthly folk club operates at the Cricket Club outside of the cricket season.
Also a number of Festival Fundraisers and charity events are organised throughout the year. 
Details here.

You can see reports on our last festival and also news of this year's festival on our Facebook page:      


From its modest beginning within a single venue in September 2006, the festival has gradually expanded to cater for the tastes and interests of travelling folk music enthusiasts and local residents alike. 

 The festival operates within the Ceddesfeld Community Association and a specific, dedicated committee work hard to organise a full programme of events that will bring visitors into this delightful medieval County Durham village. 

 One of our main objectives, being a small Festival, is to ensure that all visitors have an event to attend, be it concert, singaround, music session, workshop or dance display.
 In recent years concerts have been headlined by such artists as Jez Lowe, the late Vin Garbutt, Billy Mitchell, Bernard Wrigley, the late John Wright, the Mighty Doonans, Nancy Kerr & James Fagan, the Acoustic Strawbs and Real Time.

This medieval village has a good range of pubs, shops and eating establishments to cater for the weekend visitor. There is also a pleasant caravan & camping site on the edge of the village. More details here.

A full Programme of Events is available to download here .

A Booking order Form for concert tickets is also available to download here .

 This flyer summarizes the whole weekend. Why not print copies of it for your friends, or email it to them?