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Moseley Folk & Arts Festival 2019: Public Service Broadcasting, The Zutons, Edwyn Collins, Tunng, Charlotte Carpenter, County Line Runner, Saint Alto, You Tell Me, Dof, MuHa, Jake Bugg, Lucy Rose, E.B. The Younger, Israel Nash, The Babe Rainbow, Gwenifer Raymond, Rajasthan Heritage Brass Band, Alex Rex, Hannah Read, Death By Stampede, Germa Adan, Don McLean, Richard Thompson, Peggy Seeger, DaoirĂ­ Farrell Band, Charles Watson, Boat To Row, Thom Ashworth, The Drystones, Bird In The Belly, Harare, Ceilidh Liberation Front, Zirak Hamad picture
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Fri 30th Aug - Sun 1st Sep

Moseley Folk & Arts Festival 2019

@ Moseley Park & Pool, Birmingham

Featuring: Public Service Broadcasting, The Zutons, Edwyn Collins, Tunng, Charlotte Carpenter, County Line Runner, Saint Alto, You Tell Me

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Moseley Folk & Arts Festival 2019: Public Service Broadcasting, The Zutons, Edwyn Collins, Tunng, Charlotte Carpenter, County Line Runner, Saint Alto, You Tell Me, Dof, MuHa & more

Moseley Folk & Arts Festival is set to return to the beautiful Moseley Park in 2019 from 30th August to 1st September. Every year people from across Birmingham and beyond flock to the park to witness a healthy mix of traditional, contemporary and downright experimental Folk, World and Roots music.

This year will be the fourteenth edition of the festival, which showcases unsigned acts amongst well-established international artists, making for a truly exciting bill. In recognition of all the other non-musical entertainment at Moseley Folk, organisers have changed the name of the festival to Moseley Folk & Arts.

Please visit www.moseleyfolk.co.uk/ for more information.