Postponements & cancellations due to COVID-19

If you hold tickets to an event postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, please be aware our Box Office phone lines are not available at this time.

Rest assured your tickets are protected and we will contact you in due course about your options for a refund or, where available, re-booking to another date.

Please be patient and wait to be contacted. We are working through a significant backlog and will contact you in due course. If you still need to contact Box Office, please send an email to tickets@cambridgelive.org.uk and we will respond as we are able.

The Cambridge Folk Festival at Home 2020

We are excited to announce Cambridge Folk Festival at Home 2020, a unique event to mark the Festival weekend by inviting you to create your own festival atmosphere at home and enjoy a host of special entertainment and activities.

Running during the scheduled dates of the 2020 festival, Thursday 30th July to Sunday 2nd August, Cambridge Folk Festival at Home 2020 will include a mix of exclusive video content from artists, social media opportunities for audience interaction, and Cambridge-curated playlists which can be streamed online.

As part of the Festival’s celebrations, BBC Folk Singer of the Year Bella Hardy will lead the Cambridge Folk Festival’s Virtual Choir. A long-time performer at the Festival, Bella Hardy helped introduce The Hub in 2006 as a music making area for young people. Join Bella for a live workshop on YouTube the morning of Saturday 11 July, where you'll learn The Parting Glass in three-part harmony. You'll then have an opportunity to make a video of yourself singing, and we'll assemble as many videos as we can into a choral collage to be shared over the course of the weekend. Learn more and book your place here.

Another highlight of the weekend will be the Songlines Interview, featuring Songlines Magazine editor Jo Frost in conversation with Fatoumata Diawara, which will be available to watch on Facebook.

Further talks and workshops being run remotely over the course of the weekend will include a talk about environmentalism from folk singer Sam Lee, a storytelling workshop with Alex Ultradish, a movement workshop created by Debbie Norris, who choreographed the folk ballet The Sisters of Elva Hill which premiered at the 2019 Festival, and yoga sessions.

Further talks and workshops will be announced in July - check back regularly for updates, subscribe to the Festival's email newsletter, or follow us on Facebook.

We are looking forward to welcoming you back once again in 2021, Thursday 29th July to Sunday 1st August.

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