Cambridge Folk Festival has added an extra 20 acts to its 2018 line-up including, Daoirí Farrell, Robert Vincent, The Poozies, Drever, Mccusker And Woomble, Stick In The Wheel, Grace Petrie, Honeyfeet, Luke Daniels, Moore, Moss And Rutter, Kinnaris Quintet, Brighde Chaimbeul, Edgelarks, Vishten, William Crighton, Whiskey Shivers, Mark Lang, Punk Floyd, Peter Buckley Hill Morganway, Swamptruck and even more exciting acts will be revealed soon.
The festival previously announced headliners, First Aid Kit for Friday’s bill, whilst Saturday’s headliner is the iconic Patti Smith and her band and Sunday’s is the legendary John Prine, who wraps up what is set to be an unforgettable weekend. Tickets on sale at Cambridge Folk Festival’s website. Festival-goers should buy tickets now to avoid disappointment. Cambridge Folk Festival is committed to showcasing the finest traditional folk music across one summer weekend.
Already revealed acts include:
Amythyst Kiah, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Birds of Chicago, Brian McNeill, Brighde Chaimbeul, Damien O’Kane and Ron Block, Daoirí Farrell, Darlingside, Darren Eedens & The Slim Pickin’s, Drever, McCusker and Woomble, Edgelarks, Elephant Sessions, Eliza Carthy & Saul Rose, Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Band, Eric Bibb, First Aid Kit, Gordie Mackeeman and His Rhythm Boys, Grace Petrie, Honeyfeet, Irish Mythen, Janis Ian, John Moreland, John Prine, John Smith Trio, Kaia Kater, Kate Rusby & Friends, Kinnaris Quintet, Luke Daniels, Mark Lang, Marlon Williams, Moore, Moss and Rutter, Morganway, Patti Smith, Peatbog Faeries, Peggy Seeger, Peter Buckley Hill, Pierce Brothers, Punk Floyd, Rhiannon Giddens, Robert Vincent, Rosanne Cash, Songhoy Blues, St Paul & The Broken Bones, Stick in the Wheel, Swamptruck, Tamikrest, The East Pointers, The National Youth Folk Ensemble, The Poozies, The Shee, Vishten, Whiskey Shivers, William Crighton, Yola Carter
Cambridge Folk Festival is promoted by Cambridge Live. Cambridge Live is a charity set up to act as a catalyst for inspiring cultural experiences that everyone can be part of. Cambridge Live currently reaches over 300,000 people each year who engage in their activities which include: Cambridge Corn Exchange, The Guildhall, Cambridge Folk Festival, Cambridge City Events, City Roots and e-Luminate Cambridge Festival.
Cambridge Folk Festival will take place between 2nd and 5th August 2018.