THERE will be a variety of acts performing at the Jinney Ring Folk Festival which takes place from midday to 11pm next Saturday (June 12).
Opening the day will be The Honeyfire, two sisters who play harmony driven folk dream pop, followed by Mark Stevenson aka The Bard of Ledbury.
Local acts include folk-punk duo Jack Of All from Malvern, and three from Worcester including young trio Granny’s Attic, the fun fuelled Woo Town Hillbillies, and closing the night will be Jaspar in the Company of Others with their energetic fusion of indie pop.
Two multi-award winning acts will also be taking to the stage.
Among them are singer, songwriter and guitarist Sam Carter who has toured the world and recently brought out a new album ‘How the City Sings’ in April.
And Lucy Ward who scooped The Best Album 2015 title at the feta magazine magazine awards. Both of them have also been named Best Newcomer in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.
There will be local ale, cider and perry all weekend, plenty of homemade food, camping is available, tents and motorhomes are welcome and there is free parking and entry to the craft centre.
Advance Saturday tickets are £20 (on the gate £25), £8 for people under 14 and under fives go free.
Tickets including camping are £27 for one night or £35 for two with a £2 breakfast voucher.
Tickets are available online at http://tinyurl.com/hlgmlr7 or by phone on 01527 821 272.