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Our Festival CD is now available from Read - the fabulous bookshop in Holmfirth near the library, or message us to get bacs details to get one sent to you.

Holmfirth Festival of Folk 2022
Currently booked to appear on the festival weekend
 Friday, May  6th to Sunday May 8th are;

The

The Salts
Root and Branch
Caffrey McGurk and Madge
and many more will be!

Festival Live Stream 

Click on the link above for the live stream 

CD is on sale now

And only £10 (£12 posted to UK) of which £5 will be going to help the Valley's foodbanks. 

 

Why come to Holmfirth Festival of Folk?

Holmfirth is a small pennine town which comes to life during the Festival of Folk. There has been a folk festival in Holmfirth for about 30 years. We pride ourselves on producing a community based festival involving schools, local talent, most businesses in the town and, of course, a small army of volunteers. Our income is tiny compared to most festivals on the circuit and comes mainly from sponsorship, grants, public collections and ticket sales.