photos: A feast of music and dance for Burnham's Folkfest
music fans were treated to a feast of entertainment when more
than 75 musical acts and dance groups performed at eight venues
across Burnham-On-Sea on Saturday (September 4th) during the town's
third day of its annual Folkfest.
hours of non-stop music began at 1pm and continued until 11pm
in Chaplins, the Royal Clarence, The Railway, S&D, The Ritz,
The Old Pier, Dunstan House and The Victoria.
with music, there was also a craft fair in the town centre plus
workshops and childrens activities at the Baptist Church plus
dance performances outside.
crowds flocked to the town's pubs during Saturday to watch many
of the UK's top folk acts in action.
Sunday, the annual Folk In The Park will be held in Burnham's
Manor Gardens from 12pm-6pm, featuring entertainment from Tiger
Feet Appalachian Cloggers and live music from Dave Chave, Coracle,
Fallen Apples, The Roots Union, Hobo Jones and The Junkyard Dogs.
Entry will be free.
Chairman Graham Cook told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The
line-up of acts is definitely the best and the most diverse we
have ever had, bringing everyone a broader Folkfest experience
than in previous years."
250 people also crowded into The Princess on Friday night to watch
Show Of Hands perform a sell-out performance as the fifth annual