16th FISHGUARD FOLK FESTIVAL
FRIDAY 22nd - MONDAY 25th MAY
CONCERTS, CEILIDHS, WORKSHOPS, SINGAROUNDS, SESSIONS, 
FAMILY EVENTS
This is an amazing, mostly free festival, situated in one of Wales’ most scenic and historic spots. Established 1999

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Fishguard’s 16th Folk Festival brings together its unique mix of local talent and well-known performers to provide four days of songs, tunes and dance. Calan, Elbow Jane and the Urban Folk Quartet headline with Ninebarrow, Kevin Demsey and Rosie Carson and the Hut People, as well as the inimitable Les Barker. Most events are still free, and whether you want to play, sing, dance or just watch and listen, there is always a choice of things to do in throughout this fun-packed friendly festival. Add in the beauty of the location on the world famous Pembrokeshire coast and you have the perfect weekend.

Mae gŵyl werin 16eg Abergwaun yn dwyn ynghyd cymysgedd unigryw o dalent lleol a pherfformwyr adnabyddus i ddarparu pedwar diwrnod o ganeuon, alawon a dawnsio. Y prif berfformwyr yw Calan, Elbow Jane and the Urban Folk Quartet gyda Ninebarrow, Kevin Dempsey, Rosie Carson and The Hut People yn ogystal â’r anefelychadwy Les Barker. Mae’r rhan fwyaf o’r digwyddiadau yn parhau i fod am ddim, ac os ydych eisiau chwarae, canu, dawnsio neu wylio a gwrando, mae llond llwyth o bethau i’w gwneud yn ystod yr ŵyl gyfeillgar llond hwyl hon. Ychwanegwch harddwch y lleoliad ar arfordir byd enwog Sir Benfro ac fe gewch benwythnos perffaith!

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Those that appeared included



The Urban Folk
Quartet






Deuair  
Presented by
Friends of Trefin Chapel collaborating with FFF.


Les Barker
also appeared
Mike Greenwood -
Galeforce,
(Stan & Chris Zervas)
Heb Enw Morris
Cobblers Awl..

 

2015 Festival programme here
(see what you missed)


Click here for a brief
Youtube video taster of the 2014 festival



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