The first ever South Yorkshire Folks, Root & World Music Festival will take place at The Leopold next month.
Solid Entertainments is showcasing a line-up of established and emerging artists at the festival, on Sunday September 18, and has annouced there will be ‘something for every taste.’
There will be seven acts performing on the indoor Acoustic Stage and six acts on the outdoor Marquee Stage at the Doncaster venue from 2pm to 10.30pm. The doors will open at 1.30pm and Early Bird tickets are now on sale at £19 each.
A spokesman for the festival said: “We’re delighted to announce the first ever South Yorkshire Folk, Roots & World Music Festival next month.
“As our first festival of this kind in South Yorkshire, we wanted to showcase the quality of live music in the UK and we think we have achieved this.
“With so many artists performing on the day, this is arguably the best value for money festival in the UK.
“There will also be a huge range of foods available on the day and a selection of real ales, ciders and other beverages
“There is no doubt that this will be a great day of entertainment and a memorable day for the people of South Yorkshire.”
The line-up features: Edwina Hayes, Lucy Marshall, Chris Cleverley, Merlin’s Keep, Strummin’ Steve Jackson, Roger Davies, Itchy Fingers, Madison Violet, Band From County Hell, Said The Maiden, Ric Sanders Trio, Gilmore & Roberts, and Polly And The Billets Doux.
Visit www.southyorkshirefolkfestival.co.uk/tickets.html to book your tickets now, or call 01472 349 222.
The Early Bird ticket price will not last much longer, so book your tickets early.