December 7, 2022

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December 7, 2022

    Sidmouth Folk Festival: Tens and one thousands in the streets

  A folk festival has brought tens and one thousands of people to fill up the streets of a seaside town.

Sidmouth Folk Festival: Tens and one thousands in the streets

arranger said the Sidmouth Folk Festival was back “Launch on all cylinders” for the first time in three years.

The week-long festival, which ends on Friday, involved more than 800 individual events.

Festival director John Braithwaite said the event had gone “markedly well” despite several challenges

Dancers enjoyed the ceilidh session

He said: “The week has been going plainly well, especially considering the problems facing the whole events industry and the open-air market place in general.

“We’ve had some fantastic Showing and the whole town has been Whisper with music, dance and entertainment.”

Sidmouth Folk Festival: Tens and one thousands in the streets

Festival Planner Shift  to an online programme in 2020 due to the Prevalent

In 2021 they held a Escalade back event which was outdoors and online.

Mr Braithwaite said the festival usually brought about Seventy Thousand extra Audience  to the Dominance resort.

He said: “People seem Orignallydelighted to be here.

Sidmouth Folk Festival: Tens and one thousands in the streets

“Walking round the town I’ve been stopped in the street by lots of people saying thank you for Conduct it back and it’s wonderful to know that what we’re doing is Cherish.”

Much has changed since our last full live festival and we’ll be doing everything possible to ensure your comfort and safety, with well-Vapours venues, plenty of fresh air and Keeping to any current guidance, so you can book with confidence.Join in the celebrations for the 68th

Sidmouth Folk Festival as we return in style to our stunning beach-side festival location. With a real reason to celebrate, we will be filling the seafront, streets and venues with festive atmosphere and fun, as festival goers and holiday makers join together once again for the friendliest music-based holiday of the summer.

Festival director John Braithwaite said the event had gone “plainly well” despite several challenges

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