TREDEGAR HOUSE FOLK FESTIVAL

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Tredegar House & Country Park, Newport, Gwent, NP10 8YW, South Wales (ç map)

Registered charity no 1103628

 

30th Anniversary Festival 2019

10, 11 & 12 May

A weekend of international dance, music and song.

 

ALAW * BELSHAZZAR’S FEAST * BOB FOX * CALAN

BROOKS WILLIAMS FRANK HENNESSY * JEZ LOWE * PATTY GURDY  * THE HUT PEOPLE * WILL POUND & EDDY JAY  DEWDROPPER * MORFA  * THE PAUL LLOYD NICHOLAS BAND  THE ECLECTIC SHED EXPERIENCE * THE LEILA DEE BAND  LLANTRISANT, NEWPORT FUGITIVES and NEWPORT LYCEUM FOLK CLUBS  * FREE AFTERNOON CONCERT *   BRILLIANT REAL ALES * GREAT FOOD STALLS * KIDS' CHARACTERS, POPCORN MACHINES & FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY

COTYLEDON FOOD AND CRAFT MARKET on Saturday 11 May 10am - 4pm.

 

For more info about the artists, click the Music button on the top menu

Buy tickets online - see Tickets page

THE FINEST COLLECTION OF WELSH AND INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE TEAMS YOU'VE EVER SEEN

International:

Matenik from Prague  

 

Festival regulars and UK teams:

Al Rakas (Bollywood)

Blackwood School Celtic Band

Cardiff Morris

Clocs Canton

Cobblers Awl

Cwmni Gwerin Pontypwl

Dawnswyr Blaenafon

Dawnswyr Gwerin Pen-y-fai

Dr Turbervilles Morris

Flamenco Dancers

Gwerinwyr Gwent

Hevva (Cornwall)

India Dance Wales

Isca Morris

Jawahir (Middle Eastern Dance)

Knights of King Ina Morris

Mahadivi Bollywood Dancers

Mansant

Maya Fusion Dance

Ragged Old Morris

Shoostring (Appalachian)

South Wales Scottish Country Dancers

Sweyn's Ey Morris

Tiger Feet (Appalachian)

Topaz Tribal (Belly Dancers)

Two Step (Clog)

Ceilidhs

Friday night

Calennig Big Band with caller Pat Smith

Saturday night

Juice with caller Dave Parsons

CAMRA REAL ALE BAR available all weekend

 Visit this grand and beautiful 17th-century mansion, whose rooms and walls reverberate with fascinating stories about the Morgan family, later Lords Tredegar.  One member of the Morgan family was Captain Henry Morgan, a Welsh privateer who preyed on the Spanish fleet and colonies. He was feted by King Charles II and then went on to become Governor in Jamaica. A well-known rum is named after him.

FREE ENTRY TO THE FESTIVAL SITE AND TO ALL DANCE DISPLAYS

PARKING: You can park in the Tredegar House Car Park; National Trust Car Parking Charges will apply.

 

 TREDEGAR HOUSE FESTIVAL
Honorary President: Ms Jane Bryant AM

Honorary Vice-Presidents: Mr Marcus Butler, Mr Stephen Lyons

For further details, contact: Sue Oates, susieoates135@hotmail.com, 01633 246241

 

Sponsors and Supporters 2019 include

Cymdeithas Ddawns Werin Cymru

Welsh Folk Dance Society

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