The wonderful Beardy Folk Festival returns to Shropshire 17th-20th June 2021 after the remarkable success of their fully Covid compliant bash in 2020. As one of very few events to successfully manage last year’s devastation to the festival calendar to deliver a simply marvellous music festival, Beardy is back! Read the Festivals For All Beardy Folk Festival 2020 Review for just a flavour of this burgeoning boutique festival’s charm.

2021 promises to be even better. Another year on, and with the experience of already delivering a fully Covid compliant festival, Beardy is the place to be. Set in a beautiful nineteenth century walled garden and the lovely grounds of Hopton Court, Beardy offers up the likes of Merry Hell, Holy Moly & The Crackers, Track Dogs, The John Martyn Project, Steve Tilston, Virginia Kettle, Edwina Hayes, Faustus, and a host of other top class music offerings across a couple of stages. There’s back-to-back music all day, some fine beers, artisan food stalls, plenty of activities for the kids, some neat workshops, and, above all, a brilliant vibe… what’s not to like?

The splendid Merry Hell will be touting their stunning new album Emergency Lullabies and are sure to deliver a blistering set of their unique and engaging take on the folk-rock genre as Friday headliners, whilst Holy Moly & The Crackers will get the Saturday Crowd buzzing. Sunday offers a very special treat when The John Martin Project pay homage to one of the finest singer-songwriters of the 20th century.  Beardy is renowned for the quality of line-up throughout the bill and they have some great performances in store. FFA simply can’t wait!

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FFA are delighted to say once again – see you in the fields Beardy Folk!

Article by Barrie Dimond