St Ives September Festival – first concerts announced

St Ives September Festival

Lindisfarne, the legendary folk rock pioneers with unforgettable songs like ‘Meet Me On The Corner’, ‘Fog On The Tyne’, ‘Lady Eleanor’ and ‘Run For Home’ and a reputation for live performance second to none, will headline the opening night of the 2022 St Ives September Festival at The Guildhall on Saturday, September 10. Click here to BOOK TICKETS

The Guildhall line-up will also feature Emily Barker with Lukas Drinkwater, Dr Feelgood, Brooks Williams and Dan Walsh, Peggy Seeger, Laurence Jones, The Countrymen, FOS Brothers, Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band on their farewell tour and the return of the Fleetwood Mac Songbook. For more info and ticket links go to the Festival Venues page and click on Guildhall.

Seth Lakeman goes to church! The West Country folk star, who sold out The Guildhall for the opening night of the 2018 Festival, returns on Sunday September 11 for the biggest musical event ever held at St Ia Church. Click here to BOOK TICKETS

St Ia Church’s fantastic Festival line-up also includes Voice winner Molly Hocking, Winter Mountain, Bailey Tomkinson, Suzie Mac, Bryher’s Boys, Will Keating and John Dowling, Our Atlantic Roots, Twin Harmony, Johnny Cowling, Toby Webb, Claude Bourbon The Hummingbirds, Cornish Roots Big Band, Cornwall Concert Orchestra, Four Lanes Choir, Helston Town Band’s Last Night of the Proms and more. For further info and ticket links go to the Festival Venues page and click on St Ia Church.

John Otway and Wild Willy Barrett return to St Ives Theatre with another evening of musical mayhem on the Festival’s opening night (Saturday, Sept 10). For more info go to the Festival Venues page and click on St Ives Theatre. Click here to BOOK TICKETS

More September Festival shows To Be Announced Very Soon!

If you would like your event to be part of the 2022 Festival email info@stivesseptemberfestival.co.uk and we’ll get back to you.
Please also follow St Ives September Festival on Facebook.

Folking.com’s very own Paul Johnson, and the Folking.com team look forward to covering the New Forest Folk Festival again this year with bigger and better coverage.

Paul will be at The New Forest Folk Festival bringing folking.com coverage and as many of his audio interviews with the performers as he can grab and Lewis Beech will be face-booking, insta-gramming and Tweeting from the festival all weekend. ~ find out more here ~

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