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Inaugural folk festival promises array of talented regional artists




Thy Last Drop, one of the bands performing at the first Bury Folk Festival in Nowton Park on July 4. ANL-150616-160714001
Thy Last Drop, one of the bands performing at the first Bury Folk Festival in Nowton Park on July 4. ANL-150616-160714001

Bury St Edmunds’ first folk festival is coming to Nowton Park on Saturday, July 4, showcasing the best of East Anglia’s independent musicians.

Taking place in the park’s walled garden from 10am to 9pm, the event was organised by the Bury Folk Collective and follows its philosophy of ‘folk for all’. The one-day event will see a wide range of genres and performers, aged as young as 12, serving up new songs and old favourites.

The packed programme includes Thy Last Drop (pictured left), Kelly and Woolley, The Blues Twins, Big Marc and many more.

For more information or to book tickets (£15), see buryfolkfestival.co.uk.



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