Folk is a wide stretching genre, encompassing a myriad of sound and styles. This bright tapestry of folk is brought to life at Moseley Folk Festival.
Over the years the intimate local festival has brought about stellar lineups, and this year is no exception as Moseley Folk Festival brings in a wide range of artists between August 31st and September 2nd for what is set to be a stunning festival.
This year’s Friday night headliners are British folk rock legends Levellers: a favourite of the indie and folk scene over the years thanks to their longstanding slew of hit singles.
Bringing the festival to a close on Saturday is stunning ethereal singer songwriter Nick Mulvey. Mulvey creates atmospheric transcendental singer songwriter tunes and while the rock undertones may not be as obvious as the other two headliners, his music is transformative in the folk way.
Continuing with the versatility of the event, Scottish alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub will bring an exciting flavour to Sunday evening, seeing out this year’s Moseley Folk in style.
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The trio of headliners are backed by a long list of impressive acts across the weekend, including Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel, Willy Mason, King Creosote, This Is The Kit and Richard Dawson.
The impressive lineup announcement for Moseley Folk Festival reveals once again a combination of sound and styles that will combine to create one magical weekend. A local favourite, Moseley Folk Festival allows those traveling and those in the area to experience a top rated festival in a comfortable, welcoming environment making it a friendly additive to the festival calendar.
Moseley Folk Festival takes place between August 31st – 2nd September 2018 and tickets are on sale now. For more information please visit moseleyfolk.co.uk.
Music nerd currently finishing a PhD in music festivals. Natural habitat includes muddy fields, musty venues, and chatting with artists in dark back rooms.