Tue 2 June, 20:30 – The Urban Folk Quartet

See the Urban Folk Quartet perform live at the Wensleydale Creamery, as part of the Swaledale Festival.

The award-winning Swaledale Festival is an annual celebration of music and arts in the beautiful landscape of the three northernmost Yorkshire Dales – Swaledale, Wensleydale and Arkengarthdale. 


On Tuesday 2nd June at 8.30pm, the Urban Folk Quartet will perform at the Wensleydale Creamery.


This dynamic fiddle-led group embraces a myriad of influences, including Celtic dance forms and traditional song, sizzling funk grooves, African and northern Indian rhythms, and middle-eastern melodies. Sensational folk music and a hugely entertaining show.


Pre-concert meals will be available at Wensleydale Creamery – view the delicious menu here.


Please  telephone 01969 667664 for further information or to book a table.

Tickets available from www.swaledale-festival.org.uk from 23rd March.

Adult: £15 Under 19: £3


Joe Broughton – fiddle, guitar, mandolin; Paloma Trigás – fiddle; Tom Chapman – percussion; Dan Walsh – banjo, guitar, oud


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