The Village Pump Folk Festival takes place at White Horse Country Park, a beautiful country park underneath the Westbury White Horse, the oldest of the Wiltshire horses.
There will be three main stages, a large marquee which plays host to some of the best folk acts working today, a slightly smaller, marguee with a bar situated next to it which will showcase excellent up and coming acts, as well as established acts who suit a more intimate atmosphere. The third is housed within the country club itself and stages workshops, ceilidhs and late night 'extras'.
As well as the main stages there are also a number of smaller stages including The Club Stage, a Session stage which also houses lifestyle events such as Yoga and Nia plus a busy Family Stage featuring the very best in entertainment for smaller pumpers, as well as the usual bars, food and trade stalls.
There is a large flat campsite within easy walking distance of the main festival arena but if you would prefer not to walk, there will be a "land-train" running every day.
The line up includes The Peatbog Faeries, Steve Knightley, The Cabin Collective, Fromage en Feu, Sarah McQuaid, Phil King, Holt Morris, Spill the Whisky, The Blues Band, Eliza Carthy and the Wayward Band, Michael Chapman, Peter Knights Gigspanner, Steve Knightley, Phil Beer, Vin Garbutt, 3 Daft Monkeys, Cathryn Craig and Brian Willoughby, Sarah McQuaid, Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston, Philip Henry and Hannah Martin, Rob Lear, Merry Hell, Colin and the Crawfish, The Young 'Uns, Billy in the Lowground, Jess Vincent, Georgia Lewis, The Drystones, Lazibyrd, Aimeé Mackenzie, Up The Creek, Mabon, Tim Graham, Holt Morris, Widders Border Morris, Seth Lakeman, Martin Simpson, Home Service, Brass Monkey, Tickled Pink, Mabon, Spill the Whisky, Steve Knightley, O'Hooley and Tidow, The Panic Brothers, Gren Bartley, Tickled Pink, The Willows, The Merv Grist Players, Baraka, Pig Earth, Kevin Brown, Jimmy Lee and the Edge of Chaos Orchestra, Foreign Affairs, Bob and Gill Berry, Potterne Mummers, Rosie Eade Band, Widders Border Morris, Holt Morris and The Village Pump Choir.
Adult weekend tickets are £120.00, chilren aged 10-17 are £60. Friday day tickets are£30.00 or £15.00 for 10-17's, Saturday or Sunday tickes cost £60 or £30 for 10-17's. Under 10's are free. Available on the Festival Website