Delighted to announce a 3-day WEST COAST FOLK FESTIVAL 2024 coming to BLACKPOOL – Winter Gardens on Friday 12th, Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th January 2024 across 3 days, with 3 stages and 33 acts.
Some of the acts so far to be announced include the incredible Steve Harley Acoustic Band, Eddi Reader, Tom Robinson Band, Cara Dillon, The Webb Sisters, Dean Friedman, Kiki Dee & Carmelo Luggeri, Bella Hardy and many more. For further information on all of the acts announced so far, check out the following link – www.solidentertainments.com/folk/west-coast/acts.html
Since the 1800s, Blackpool has been Britain’s most popular resort and scratch beneath the surface, and you will see why…
The seaside town has its very own sub-culture that’s waiting to inspire, with the world-famous spectacular Blackpool Illuminations light show, of star-studded performances at the Grand Theatre and the Winter Gardens, events, festivals and galleries that will appeal to “the arts” aficionados and curious first timers alike.
With entertainment at the heart of the town, it is a perfect place to host the UK WEST COAST FOLK FESTIVAL.
You don’t need to worry about finding accommodation either, as when purchasing tickets there is an option to book 3 nights stay in a good quality hotel with full English breakfast at a very reasonable discounted rate. The nearest hotel is just a 200-metre walk from the Winter Gardens so the earlier you book, the nearer your hotel option will be to the venue.
Come and enjoy a three day break away from day-to-day pressures, in the company of some of the finest artists in the country.
Early Bird Tickets are only £167 and now on sale, with a link to book accommodation at – www.solidentertainments.com/folk/west-coast/index.html
For more information and to book tickets for the WEST COAST FOLK FESTIVAL, please visit the following links:
Facebook Page – www.facebook.com/events/256794056811852
About Blackpool – Winter Gardens:
In the historic Winter Gardens, a superb iconic venue that has captivated the hearts of millions of visitors from near and far since opening its doors in 1878.