What's On

You can find full details of our artists on the Music 2022 page.

Holmfirth Festival of Folk offers a wide variety of workshops and opportunities to get involved for children and adults alike. Come and try your hand at something new or get the opportunity to develop skills you already have. Join in with everything from ukuleles to morris dancing or come and join in one of our folk clubs and have a sing around. Find out some of the ways you can get involved

Workshops
There will be a variety of workshops on offer; including Belly Dance (from Hathor), singing (The Outlaw Sisters) , guitar (Johnny Campbell), shanty singing (Holme and Dry) , Indian Dance (with Annapurna), Drumming (Banda Na Rua). Check out the Programme (only £2 from the festival office) for details.

Ukelele Jamboree  Hollowgate Saturday 14.45 - 15.15

Singalong, bring your ukelele, or join the audience for this fun get together. All ages and abilities welcome, (children to be accompanied by an adult).

Download your free music here    www.musicakirklees.org/folk22      Just turn up on the day and enjoy!

Sessions

Come to the Cafe at the Old Tech on Friday and Saturday evenings for Sessions and of course we hope to bring you Steve Noon's famous Irish Session in the Nook on Sunday

Folk Club

Folk Clubs on Friday and Saturday evenings at the Old Tech Dance Studio, hostee by Sue McBurney with guests Tim Pavitt and Sturat Graham and Mikey Kenny, on the Friday and by Johnny Campbell with guests Louise and Helen Curtis, on the Saturday £5 on the door