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2017 FESTIVAL GUIDE


FESTIVAL TOO 01-15 JULY


KINGS LYNN


Want to go to a festival for absolute FREE? Of course you bloody well do! Festival Too is a free unticketed event held in the centre of King’s Lynn with a 15,000 capacity. Held at the Tuesday Market Place in King’s Lynn on three consecutive weekends in July, it was born back in 1985. The festival is funded by donations from local companies, individuals and the local council as well as national companies like McDonald’s. There are fireworks on opening night and a full programme of street entertainment on the three Saturdays of the festival - enjoy clown shows, jugglers, puppets and balloon modelling throughout the day. Music wise there’s everything from local acts like Mullally, Franko Fraize, Killamonjambo, The Extons and a New Orleans Jazz Afternoon right through to big names like Musical Youth, KT Tunstall, Space and Busted announced thus far. This is a family friendly festival for all the community to enjoy, so why not go west this July and discover a new town and some new music?


Find out more at festivaltoo.co.uk


FOLK EAST 18-20 AUGUST


GLEMHAM HALL GROUNDS, NEAR WOODBRIDGE, SUFFOLK


Always wanted to dip your foot into the world of folk? Got a lot of questions about Suffolk? Get involved in rekindling the 11th century Eastfolk moots on the Glemham Hall estate where for three days a year the folk from the East would meet kith and kin at harvest time for “a bit of a do”. Discover more about our neighbouring county courtesy of Morris, Mummers & East Anglian Step Dancing, heritage crafts, Suffolk Punch horses and local food and drink, including an actual pub, The Cobbold Arms. Keep occupied with singing, instrument, dance, poetry and art sessions and workshops, donkey rides, yoga, storytelling, local interest and folk films and even take a tour of Glemham Hall itself. There are an incredible six stages at FolkEast which will play host to not only some huge folk names like Lau, Martin Carthy and Job Boden (ex of Bellowhead), but also Suffolk performers like The Broadside Boys, John Ward Band and the duo Shorelark. The Soapbox Stage, curated by local promoter Amy Wragg will introduce up-and-coming musicians and poets from the region too. This is a laidback, local festival that celebrates its heritage and history with a lorra lorra love. And if you are 11 and under you can enjoy it all for free.


Find out more at folkeast.co.uk


PLAYLIST SPACE


FEMALE OF THE SPECIES


MUSICAL YOUTH PASS THE DUTCHIE


FRANKO FRAIZE OI OI!


BUSTED YEAR 3000


KT TUNSTALL SUDDENLY I SEE


18 / MAY 2017 / OUTLINEONLINE.CO.UK PLAYLIST


JON BODEN HOW LONG WILL I LOVE YOU


LAU FAR FROM PORTLAND


MARTIN CARTHY JOHN BARLEYCORN


MICHAEL CHAPMAN AMONG THE TREES


CWILL POUND AND EDDY JAY FLOATING CANDLE


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