Partick Folk Festival 2009

Photo: frances and claire. Friday 29th - Sunday 31st May 2009 The Partick Folk Festival is an exciting annual event held in Glasgow's West End. A popular date in the traditional music calendar with fantastic entertainment and events for all the family.

There is a fantastic array of talent at this years festival including: The Treacherous Orchestra, The Blyde Lasses from Shetland, Jeana Leslie and Siobhan Miller, Peter Nardini, Adam McNaughton and many more....programme details:

Highlights - not to be missed - include:
Sunday's Maritime Concert at The Tall Ship
Saturday Evening Concert at St Peter's Hall

Venues include St Peter's Hall, Chancellor Street and The Tall Ship at Stobcross Quay.

Pay at the door for all events so come along early

Programme of events

Photo: partick folk festival poster. Friday 29th May. St Peters Church Hall

Songs in the vernacular with
Peter Nardini. Adam McNaughtan and Finlay Allison

Doors open 7.30pm £6/4 unwaged

Saturday 30th May St Peters Church Hall

Afternoon events from Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland (TMSA) Glasgow

Doors open 1pm.

Afternoon ticket £3

1pm - Ewan McColls Radio Ballads with Peter Cox

2.15pm - The life and songs of Sam Larner with John Powles

3pm - Ewan McColl and the politics of the British Folk Revival

With Alistair Hullet,Finlay Allison and Peter Cox

Saturday Concert in St Peters Church Hall

The Treacherous Orchestra
plus Jeana Leslie,Siobhan Miller and Mathue Watson
And from Norway Kim Andre Rystaad

Doors open 7.30pm

£10/6 unwaged

Sunday 31st @ The Tall Ship. Stobcross Quay

Family day out

Children £3

Adults £7


Family introduction to Folk Music

with Richard Grainger and Chris Parkinson

12pm-1pm Lunch

1pm-2pm Family Ceilidh dance workshop

2pm-3pm A Family Ceilidh with The Blyde Lasses from The Shetland Isles

Maritime Concert aboard The Glenlee

Richard Grainger and Chris Parkinson The Blyde Lasses.

£7 10.30pm

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