Tin Giants at Wells Maltings

Tin Giants at Wells Maltings Friday 5th July

Progressive folk rock rooted in Anglo-European and Celtic traditions.

Wells Maltings poster Tin Giants

After wowing audiences with a blistering set to open this year’s Folk on the Pier festival in Cromer in May, the band returns to north Norfolk to perform a full evening's concert of traditional, contemporary and original songs and music. 

Band members share decades of skilled musicianship and award-winning song writing and play a dazzling array of instruments:

Penni McLaren Walker – Lead vocals, guitars, whistles, accordion, percussion, keyboards
Bryan Causton - Mandolin, bouzouki, guitars, bass, cittern, keyboards, percussion, vocals 

Duncan Moss - Hurdy gurdies, bagpipes, flute, saxophones, rauschpfeife, keyboards, vocals 

Fran Broady - Violins, harp, vocals
John Campbell Armer - Guitars, basses, bass pedals, synths, percussion, vocals
Martin Lindridge - Drums, percussion, congas, cajon, bass, vocals’

"From a gentle lilt to a wall of sound, every second of a Tin Giants concert is a quality experience”. 

Americana Day at Maui

Americana Day at the 11th Maui Festival 2024

Americana signature 2024

A celebration of Americana Music in all its many forms will be performed by talented purveyors of this music genre on Sunday 25th August 2024 at the 3 day Maui Music and Performing Arts Festival, held at a beautiful ancient meadowland site at Gressenhall, near Dereham in Norfolk.

Acts from the US include Amanda Anne Platt (from The Honeycutters), Hannah Kamina and  Tony Brook. From Canada, incredible bluesman Tim Lee and from the UK, The Horse Puppets, J.S. and The Lockerbillies (high paced rock’n’roll), The Vagaband, The Delta Jacks, Dove and Boweevil plus Dobro legend, Noel Dashwood

Plus more acts will be showcasing their music on any of the six stages at The Maui Festival.

Read more: Americana Day at Maui

The Lowestoft Longshoremen

The Lowestoft Longshoremen are a choral group of 15. Who sing shanties and songs of the sea.

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Bury Folk Festival News April 2024


Bury Folk Festival to return to Nowton Park in June

Bury Folk Festival 2023 Crowd 118Bury Folk Festival, now in its 10th year, is returning to Nowton Park, in Bury St Edmunds, on 29 June 2024 for a family-friendly day with a superb lineup, including headliner Reg Meuross and East Anglian up-and-comer Fraser Morgan. 

Early Bird tickets are now on sale for the one-day festival, which will feature three music stages and stalls offering local food, drinks (including real ales), and artisanal wares. 

The festival is family-friendly, with dedicated children's activities and a safe, welcoming atmosphere. Under-16 tickets are discounted, and under-12s can attend for free. 

BFF 2024 will be held in Nowton Park Walled Garden from 10.30am to 9.30pm on 29 June. The venue is "safe, immersive, and low-key," said Gavin Mitchell, one of the founders and organisers – perfect for a festival that aims to welcome people from all walks of life.

More photographs of the 2023 festival can be downloaded here 

Read more: Bury Folk Festival News April 2024