Beardy Folk Festival is a beautifully crafted, Midsummer music festival boasting a brilliant line up of folk, roots and acoustic music. All set in the private grounds and secret walled garden of Hopton Court in South Shropshire. There's world class music on two impressive outdoor stages, plus artisan food and drink, a small trade village, workshops, storytelling, free children's entertainment and activities including circus workshops and woodland activities. There's also up to four nights camping or glamping available with incredible views.
Read the FFA Beardy Folk Festival 2021 Review
“Beardy 2021 simply excelled. Forget the Pandemic, under any regime, Beardy would be something special. Excellent organisation and facilities, a truly magnificent and unique location in a Walled Garden estate in the heart of rural Shropshire, two stages offering back-to-back music all day long, a first-class artist roster and scheduling, a quality ethos that pervades every element, and, most importantly, lovely people.”
£99 - early bird from 1st August 2021
£125 - tier 2 from 1st October 2021
£150 - tier 3 from 1st March 2022
Teenager (13-17) - Half the price of adult tickets
Child (under 13) Free
A camping pitch is available from midday Thursday- for up to four nights for only £30 per pitch.
Every vehicle entering the campsite must have a camping pass.
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. Parking for day ticket holders is free of charge. Each pitch size is approx 8m x 7m.
Beardy Folk Festival 2022 Line Up
Edward the Second, Gaz Brookfield, The Jamestown Brothers, The Trials of Cato, Reg Meuross and Harbottle & Jonas, Will Pound & Jenn Butterworth, Rachael McShane & The Cartographers, Greenman Rising, Dan Webster, Thorpe & Morrison, Our Atlantic Roots, Painted Sky, Lawrence County, The People Versus, Anna Renae, Mishra, Mark Harrison