Where are we playing?
We have no idea at what point our face-to-face gigs will start up again! So for the time being we are touring the internet! (If you want to see how much work we’ve lost we’ve kept a list on our Covid page. In the meantime we have set up a page with information as to how you can support us during this time! Click Here!
We have concerted out living room into a livestream room, so if you fancy having us play a concert especially for you and your mates, or folk club or festival – visit our online streaming page. Keep an eye on our gig list below for our next virtual concert!
Next Online Livestream:
Thursday 2nd July at 8pm in Zoom
Songs and Tales from the Land of the Midnight Sun
Click Here for details and tickets
05.09.20 – Llanwddyn Folk and Acoustic Weekend, Powys, Wales – bumped to 2021
06.09.20 – Bothy Folk Club, Southport
15.09.20 – Great kNight Folk Club, Northampton
11-13.09.20 – Bromyard Folk Festival, Bromyard – bumped to 2021
18-20.09.20 – Harpas at Halsway, Nyckelharpa Festival
25.09.20 – Bodmin Folk Club, Cornwall
27.09.20 – Folk on the Moor, Lee Mill, Near Plymouth
08.12.20 – Hoy at Anchor Folk Club, Westcliffe-on-Sea, Essex
12.12.20 – Wychwood Folk Club, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, bumped to 2022
15.12.20 – The Wurzel Bush Folk Club, Rugby, Warwickshire
21.12.20 – Warwick Folk Club, Warwick, Warwickshire
12.03.21 – Unicorn Contra Dance
19.03.21 – Netherlands
20.03.21 – Netherlands
21.03.21 – Netherlands
26-28.03.21 – Benslow – Swedish Folk Tunes for Nyckelharpa and Fiddle
24.04.21 – Flute & Wind workshop, Suffolk
25.04.21 – Readifolk, Reading
03-07.05.21 – Halsway Manor Advanced Nyckelharpa Week (Vicki)
03.07.05.21 – Halsway Manor Scandinavian Accordion Week (Jonny)
07-09.05.21 – Halsway Manor Spring Nyckelharpa Weekend
28-31.05.21 – Bude & Stratton Folk Festival, Bude, Cornwall
21-27.08.21 – Whitby Folk Week
07-10.10.21 – Burg Fürsteneck – Vicki is teaching at International Days of Nyckelharpa
29.04-02.05.22 May Hey Days!
17.12.22 – Wychwood Folk Club, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, bumped to 2022