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Bury Folk Festival

27th June 2020

Music-lovers can look forward to a great day out this summer, as the 6th Bury Folk Festival once again brings its own brand of magic to the town.

The one-day event will be on Saturday 27th June 2020 in the beautiful setting of the walled garden at Nowton Park. With craft stalls, children’s activities, music workshops, hot food and a bar with local real ales, this promises to be a wonderful day for the whole family.

The festival is organised by a small group of gigging musicians to promote a range of excellent local and national folk acts.

As well as the main stage acts, there will be an Acoustic Tent with beginners’ music workshops, informal sessions and a place for newcomers to folk performance to display their skills. This is a great space to try making music yourself in a relaxed and friendly way.

Full disabled access to site, reserved parking & viewing area and toilet facilities.

contact@buryfolkfestival.co.uk

Details

Date:
27th June 2020
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http://www.buryfolkfestival.co.uk

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Nowton Park (Bury)
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk United Kingdom + Google Map

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