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HAVE YOU FLIPPED YET?

 Remember Friday 25th is FLIPTASTIC FRIDAY!

You could two WIN VIP Tickets to FolkEast 2014.

Just to get you in the mood – watch David Eagle of, our new patrons, The Young’Uns – undisputable champion (well among The Young’Uns anyway)!

… or see all those who have flipped so far on Your Flipping Videos page

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What are the rules?

 

“Legend has it that every August people would gather around the tiny hamlet of Eastfolk to trade wares and stories. It was part harvest festival, part reunion for the thatchers, herdsmen, brewers and storytellers. People would meet here, between the lands of the folk from the north and the folk from the south, to learn new skills, sing songs, and meet old friends.”

Tony Bell, Grapevine Live 2014

OK, strictly speaking, not quite a legend yet, but once again FolkEast Festival returns to the splendid surroundings of Glemham Hall.

 

Bellowhead

We are thrilled that Bellowhead will be headlining on Friday 15th August 2014. The Award winning folk big band are celebrating their 10th Anniversary this year.

 

False Lights

Jim Moray and Sam Carter’s new band False Lights are to debut as headliners on Sunday 17th August 2014.

At FolkEast 2014 Press Launch they premiered their new Kubrick inspired video, Crossing the Bar 

Must read more …

Commenting on this year’s festival Sam Carter said:

“No other festival would have the faith to give what is essentially an unproven band a headline slot, especially one that makes such a hell of a din! ”

 

The Young’Uns

FolkEast are delighted to announce that The Young’Uns are to be their first festival Patrons  Read More …

Best Folk and World Music Festivals of 2014

‘Fresh and fun folk-fest’

The Guardian 

On the ultimate list of 50 must do things this summer

BBC Radio Suffolk and EADT Poll 2014

 

Yes, we will be back at glorious Glemham Hall on the 15th, 16th and 17th August 2014 for three blissful days of music and art… Tier 2 Tickets now on sale.  

 Ticket Prices


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