The bill for this year’s Cambridge Folk Festival is taking shape, with Graham Nash, Gruff Rhys, and a special collaboration between Iron & Wine And Calexico among the latest acts just added to the lineup. They join the notable and eclectic musicians already announced, including Lucinda Williams, Richard Thompson and Nick Mulvey.
The festival, supported once again by MOJO, takes place at Cherry Hinton Hall, Cambridge, between August 1 and 4, 2019.
Other artists confirmed include Robert Finley, Amadou & Mariam, The Blind Boys Of Alabama, The Unthanks, José González, Ralph McTell and Tunng.
Look out for more Cambridge Folk Festival announcements on MOJO, including the subject of this year’s live-onstage MOJO Interview.
Kathryn Tickell & The Darkening, The Rails, Siobhan Miller, Holy Moly & the Crackers, The Tweed Project, Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra, Fisherman’s Friends, Lisa O’Neill, Lil’ Jimmy Reed & The A Team, Talisk, Nancy Kerr, James Fagan & Friends, Sam Sweeney, Rura, Jarrod Dickenson and Karine Polwart.
Full festival tickets are available now for £179. Individual day tickets are also available: Thursday (£29.50), Friday: (£73.50), Saturday (£73.50), Sunday (£73.50).
See website for more information and full ticket prices: www.cambridgefolkfestival.co.uk
Graham Nash picture: Rodolfo Sassano/Alamy Live News