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White Horse Folk Festival - 18-20 August

Taking place in Grove, near Wantage in rural Oxfordshire, the White Horse Folk Festival is a small, friendly festival for folk fans who enjoy making new friends. It is a small, intimate, relaxed festival where there is an emphasis on creating an inclusive atmosphere and encouraging everyone to play a part in the weekend’s events. There is plenty of opportunity to sing, play or tell a story with singarounds and music sessions every day, sometimes set around a particular theme.

Festival guests are encouraged to be part of the general goings-on over the weekend and will host workshops, mini-concerts or give special presentations as well as performing in the Saturday evening concert in Grove Village Hall. Local dance sides add colour and variety on the Saturday, dancing out or running workshops during the day, finishing up at the Bell PH in Grove. Then on Saturday evening in The Old Mill Hall, Grove, WHFF joins forces with White Horse Ceilidhs for a stomping English Ceilidh.

Guests this year include Jez Lowe, Les Barker, Granny's Attic, Tom Lewis, Tony O'Neill, Kitty Vernon & Derek Burgess, Bill McKinnon and more.

Sadly, 2017 is to be the last White Horse Folk Festival due to the organisers stepping down after 31 years. So do support it, and help it to go out with one last great festival.

For more information see: White Horse Folk Festival website