9th – 17th August 2014

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Martin Carthy, Sheelanagig,
Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston,
Clive Carroll

Ards CCE, The Ballina Whalers, Tyn Daga

Jez Hellard and the Dukella Orchestra, Inu, Kings and Folk, Crowd, The Dead Rat Orchestra, Nasrudin,
Owl in the Sun, Calico Jack, Gem and the Pansy Pirates
and many more!







Bath Artisan Market







The Bath Artisan Market

Sunday 10th August

Free Folk Music Sunday!

10am – 4pm
Green Park Station



Bath City Farm

Bath City Farm Family Fun Day
with Miranda Sykes
and Rex Preston

Saturday 16th August

Join us for a day of live music, workshops, fun and activities for all the family at Bath City Farm


 

Bath Folk Festival 2014 Line Up


 

Martin Carthy

Clive Carroll

The Ballina Whalers

Tyn Daga

Crowd

Amadou Daigne

Petite Annonces

Deuair

Ray Coen

Benjamin Folke Thomas

Amber Dee

The Bath Company of Poets

The Senile Delinquents

The Gren Bartley Band

K J Brown

Darren Hodge

The Zen Hussies

Sheelanagig

The Gavin Davenport Band

Jez Hellard
and the Dukella Orchestra

The Dead Rat Orchestra

Inu

Owl in the Sun

The Towpath Choir

Gem and the Pansy Pirates

Grab ‘Em and Squeeze

Al O’Kane

The Bonfire Radicals

Sid Goldsmith and Jimmy Aldridge

Dexter Soulboy and the Wonky Three-O

Henry Slim

Ian Perry

Two Oak Sons

Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston

Ards CCE

Kings and Folk

Nasrudin

Kerensa Mason

Threepenny Bit

The Driftwood Manor

Calico Jack

Johnny Coppin

CrossHarbour

The Broken Boat

The Bards of Bath

Ferguson Elliot

Tim Graham

Firepit Collective

Woodfield

Faye Rogers

 


Get Involved


 

summerschool

Spend a week learning traditional music from our top class tutors at our summer school.

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sessions

Whatever your style, join us every evening for a rousing session at participating pubs across the city.

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newshoots

Enter our New Shoots competition for a chance to win a day of recording at the legendary Real World Studios.

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Cheap Camping


tent






Camp at Bath Folk Festival from only
£20 per weekend
or £30 for the whole festival!


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