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FreddyHeadey Moseley Folk & Arts Festival (4) RE: Moseley Folk & Arts Festival 20 Aug 19


I imagine it's a case of appealing to a big range of people and hoping they find something or other that will do.

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They don't have a page for 'music' or 'folk' or 'roots' or 'art'
so this is everyone

Don McLean
Jake Bugg
Public Service Broadcasting
The Zutons
Richard Thompson
Edwyn Collins
Lucy Rose
Peggy Seeger
EB The Younger
Daoirí Farrell Trio
Tunng
Israel Nash
Charles Watson
Babe Rainbow
Zooni
Boat To Row
Gwenifer Raymond
Thom Ashworth
Charlotte Carpenter
Gasoline & Matches
County Line Runner
Saint Alto
Rajasthan Heritage Brass Band
You Tell Me
Alex Rex
The Drystones
Hannah Read
Bird In The Belly
Dof
Death By Stampede
Harare
MUHA
GERMA ADAN
The Ceilidh Liberation Front
Zirak Hamad Daholl Kurdish Ensemble
Nick Harper
Kathryn Williams
Simply Dylan
Joshua Burnell & Frances Sladen
Son Of John
Whitherward
Emily Mae Winters
Rachel Croft
Wizz Jones
The Faux Pas
Charlie Parr
JD Wilkes
John Blek
Philippa Zawe
Chloe Mogg
Stuart Maconie
The Hurricane Tapes
Peggy Seeger Q&A
Tom Binns
Helen Pankhurst
Black Country Living Museum
Andy Robinson
Rob Auton
Bethany Black
John Higgs
Extinction Rebellion
Youth Strike For Climate
Daisy Campbell
Catherine O’Flynn
Birmingham Literature Festival
Glee Club Comedy
The Commentators
I AM YOGI
Sculpture Workshops
In Her Shoes
Singing For Joy
Bernadette Russell
The Hobo Tree
Adventures In Storytelling – The Wondertales Mix
Practical Magic

https://www.moseleyfolk.co.uk/element-category/full-programme/


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