Moniaive Folk Festival This Weekend


8 May 19
by Nathon Jones

Moniaive Folk Festival

The 18th Moniaive Folk Festival takes place this weekend over 10th-12th May and, as ever, it's another outstanding line-up including Kinnaris Quintet, Oakes, Bews & Thorpe, Aidan O'Rourke and Kit Downes, Findlay Napier, Sheelanagig, Cera Impala, Calum McIlroy, Samson Sounds and more. Don't miss it!

Moniaive Folk Festival

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Win tickets for 10th-12th July 2020

If you were lucky enough to have attended the festival this year, we're on the hunt for your thoughts, comments and feedback to help us improve and develop the event plus, if you leave an e-mail address and/or telephone, you'll be automatically entered in the prize draw to win tickets for 2020!

31 Aug 19
Nathon Jones

Farewell to Creebridge House Hotel

It was with much confusion, and sadness, that we were informed earlier this month that our long term festival hosts, Creebridge House Hotel, have booked a wedding over the festival dates in 2020, ending what has been a fantastic relationship between the charity and the hotel over the past 6 years.

28 Aug 19
Nathon Jones

Last chance for D&G Life nomination

Did you visit the festival this year? Maybe you've been involved in some of the projects Trad Music Trust are delivering in the region? If so, we'd really appreciate it if you could spare a couple of minutes to nominate us for a D&G Life Award, the deadline for which is this Sunday.

8 Aug 19
Nathon Jones

Sponsorship support from:
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  • Merrick Real Estate
  • Creebridge House Hotel
  • Baillie Gifford Logo

6th annual music festival

The 6th annual Newton Stewart & Minnigaff Traditional Music & Dance Festival will take place over 12th-14th July 2019 and, after another outstanding programme of events in 2018 which saw us hosting Scottish Highland Dancing competitions and, as ever, some of the biggest names in traditional music, it looks set to be another packed programme and is really living up to it's reputation as one of the best rural arts festivals in Dumfries & Galloway.

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