Beardy Folk Festival is a beautifully crafted music weekend, bringing together the very best folk, roots and acoustic music. Set in the beautiful grounds of Hopton Court amidst stunning South Shropshire countryside, the main stage is hidden inside a secret 19th Century walled garden. There's children's entertainment, a fabulous food court, real ale and cider bars and a small trade village. They also have a woodland walk and some enchanted woods with children's activities and storytelling. If you are looking to stay the weekend then they have up to four nights camping.
Last year, Beardy were one of only a handful of events to actually be staged in the UK; and delivered a wonderful socially distanced and fully compliant festival - a remarkable achievement.
Read the FFA Beardy Folk 2020 Review
“Beardy only went and did it! Surely the only established UK live music festival of this scale to be held successfully in 2020… and what an outstanding success.”
ADULT (over 18)
£110 - from 1st January 2021
£125 - from 1st April 2021
£140 - from 1st June 2021
TEENAGER (13-17) - Half the price of adult tickets
CHILD (under 13) FREE!
CAMPING from midday THURSDAY - for up to four nights £30 per pitch.
CAMPING from 9am FRIDAY - for up to three nights £25 per pitch.
CAMPING from 9am SATURDAY - for up to two nights £20 per pitch.
CAMPING from 9am SUNDAY - for one night £15 per pitch.
Prices are per pitch and NOT per person.
Camping is only available if you purchase tickets.
There are four camping areas, all of which are only a few minutes walk in any direction from the main arena etc. A camping pass is for a car with tent, a motor home with awning or a car with a caravan. Every vehicle entering the campsite must have a camping pass. Parking is day ticket holders is free of charge. Each pitch size is approx 8m x 7m.
Beardy Folk Festival 2021 Line Up
Merry Hell, Holy Moly & The Crackers, Track Dogs, The John Martyn Project, Steve Tilston, Virginia Kettle, Benji Kirkpatrick & The Excess, Edwina Hayes, Fine Lines, , Faustus, Solana, Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow