Bristol Folk Festival

Music, Folk, country and blues
Seth Lakeman

You won't need to pack your wellies for this one, as the Bristol Folk Festival takes over the splendid St George's.

With live music, workshops, stalls, talks, impromptu ceilidhs and tasty food and drink from across the region, the Bristol Folk Festival certainly promises a lot to do this May bank holiday weekend.

Spanning two days and two venues of St George's and Bristol Folk House, Saturday's line-up features The Full Engish (with patron Seth Lakeman), Steve Tilston, The Gasworks Choir, Three Cane Whale, Beth Porter, Matthew Falloon, Granny's Attic, FolkLaw, Chris Cleverley, Skelad and The Barnacle Buoys, whilst Sunday welcomes Home Service, Leveret, Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar, Mawkin, Lady Maisery, Roving Crows, Heg and The Wolf Chorus, Maz O'Connor, Said The Maiden, Gentlemen Of Few, Matt Woosey, John Adams, Harry Jones and Road Not Taken.