Based in the usually quaint village of Brynrefail on Tyddon Mon Farm on the Isle of Anglesey, this festival which is only in its second incarnation is all set to welcome visitors of all ages and tastes. There will be something to suit even the pickiest connoisseur; ale on tap and great live music are going to provide endless entertainment.
As soon as the action kicks off on the 17th of July right until the final chord is struck on the 20th of July, there will be a whole host of fantastic names taking to the stage.
The Whiskey Dogs are one of the marquee names and their American stylings are sure to enthuse and elsewhere the Steve Blackstone Band are looking to bring some of their natural talent to proceedings at Folk on the Farm.
A young and hugely promising act make their way onto the billing in the form of Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar: recipients of the Young Folk Award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards last year. Huge things are expected of the duo and there is bound to be quite the audience for their performance. There are plenty more names on the huge bill so be sure to check out the official event website for full details.
A gig isn’t really a gig unless the drinks are flowing and the mood is raucous and that’s exactly what you’ll be able to do thanks to the quality real ale on tap throughout the festival. The Great Orme Brewery Company will be on hand during the occasion to help get you in the mood along with all the stalls, food purveyors and also a fringe festival!
There’s only one place to be for North Wales music this July so for any further information on Folk on the Farm, either contact the organisers via: firstname.lastname@example.org or on their official website at: www.tyddynmon.co.uk/folkonthefarm.
Tickets start from £30.