Rothbury Traditional Music Festival

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Rothbury NE65 7SL, United Kingdom


Events Description

This is a well-established Traditional Country Music Fair in Rothbury – featuring pipes, fiddles, bodrun, guitars, folk singing, and dialect poetry. A full weekend of fantastic folk!

Since the publishing of the Government’s Road Map for easy restrictions, we have started making tentative plans for a smaller festival in 2021, principally a free outdoor stage with some wonderful visiting performers and some local favourites too.
Whilst there is always a chance that the ‘road map’ might progress more slowly than planned, we’ll be ready to put on the stage at last minute, following all govt guidelines for safety.
If the pubs are open we would expect that some ad hoc jam sessions will happen too – although not officially organised festival events they are a vital part of the festival too.
Keep your fingers crossed and keep Saturday 10th July reserved in your diaries for a day in Rothbury!

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