Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair: Tickets On Sale

Tickets are now on sale for the Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair

Thanks to Tim Hollis for reminding us about this upcoming event. In his own words. Ed

DollymopsTickets have now gone on sale for this year’s Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair which will take place on Saturday 12th May in the grounds of Wolverton Manor, Shorwell.

This year’s event, which was a sell out last year, features music from top Island bands Beachcomber, Lucid, Whisky River Band, Scarecrow, Lucid, MoonShiners, The DollyMopps (pictured), All Washed Up and The Herd.

Lots on offer
With an IW real ale beer tent, BBQ, Tea tent, plus children’s activities including circus skills and even a Zumba workshop, Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair looks set to be a celebration of all that’s good about our Island’s local food & music talent.

Tickets for this family friendly event in aid of Leukaemia Research and Brighstone School, are priced at £5 and are available from Waterstone’s bookshop, Newport, The Village Shop, Brighstone, Shorwell Shop and Briddlesford Farm Shop.

It is advisable to get tickets in advance as numbers are limited and last year was a sell out.

Tuesday, 27th March, 2012 2:57pm


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there’s a quite well-known railway location called wolverton – wonder if there’s any connection?


Tony Minx
How come The Hillmans have not been invited to play at this festival. The band features Dick Taylor (founder member of the Rolling Stones and lead guitarist with The Pretty Things. Dick, Tony, Mike and Damian are all highly experienced musicians with an impressive list of gigs on the Island and The Mainland. When Dick is Touring with The Pretty Things, the band call on Ross Honeybourne… Read more »

Why not get in touch with the organiser of the event to ask? Your comment just seems like a blatant attempt to get free promotion for your band.