Music festival tickets on sale for summer showcase in Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 17:53 02 December 2018 | UPDATED: 10:09 04 December 2018

Folk by the Oak 2018 in the grounds of Hatfield House. Picture: Alan Davies.

Folk by the Oak 2018 in the grounds of Hatfield House. Picture: Alan Davies.

Alan Davies

Tickets for an annual summer music festival in Hatfield have gone on sale.

Folk by the Oak 2018 in the grounds of Hatfield House. Picture: Alan Davies.Folk by the Oak 2018 in the grounds of Hatfield House. Picture: Alan Davies.

The best priced tickets for Folk by the Oak 2019 are now available from the festival’s website at www.folkbytheoak.com

The all-day folk and acoustic festival will return to the grounds of Hatfield House on Sunday, July 14, 2019 – the day after the Battle Proms concert.

Super early bird tickets are priced £34.50, with the cost rising to £38 from February 1 until midnight March 31, 2019.

Organisers said: “If you’re planning to join us again for another day of wall-to-wall sublime music, inspiring activities and delicious food in a stunning setting, be sure to book online by the end of January and get your early bird tickets for just £34.50.”

Amy Macdonald on the Main Stage at Folk by the Oak 2018 in the grounds of Hatfield House. Picture: Alan Davies.Amy Macdonald on the Main Stage at Folk by the Oak 2018 in the grounds of Hatfield House. Picture: Alan Davies.

The regular adult ticket price from April 1 until midnight July 13 will be £41.

Tickets will be £46 on the day of the festival, subject to availability.

Children aged five to 15 pay £18 at all times, and it is free for youngsters age four and under.

The full 2019 line-up has yet to be announced, with only The Lost Words – Spell Songs confirmed so far for the main stage.

Folk by the Oak 2018 at Hatfield House. Picture: Alan DaviesFolk by the Oak 2018 at Hatfield House. Picture: Alan Davies

The folk supergroup project features the combined talents of Karine Polwart, Julie Fowlis, Seckou Keita, Kris Drever, Kerry Andrew, Rachel Newton, Beth Porter and Jim Molyneux.

As for the rest of the FBTO 2019 bill, organisers say: ”As ever we are hard at work curating a line-up that combines iconic artists, festival favourites and talented newcomers.

“We will be announcing many exciting names over the coming weeks.”

• For more on the festival, visit www.folkbytheoak.com

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