Folk by the Oak ticket offer ends soon for Hatfield music festival

PUBLISHED: 13:10 24 March 2017 | UPDATED: 13:17 24 March 2017

Folk by the Oak at Hatfield House [Picture: Alan Davies]

Folk by the Oak at Hatfield House [Picture: Alan Davies]


An early booking offer for music festival Folk by the Oak at Hatfield House ends next week.

Adult tickets for the all-day festival in the grounds of the Hertfordshire stately home currently cost £36.50.

That advance price for FBTO 2017 ends at midnight on Friday, March 31.

A Folk by the Oak spokeswoman said: “There’s no cap on numbers for our early bird tickets, so the only way to miss out is to leave it too late.”

Tickets for the folk and acoustic showcase featuring Levellers and Kate Rusby on Sunday, July 16 will cost £39.50 from Saturday, April 1 until midnight on Saturday, July 15.

They cost £45 on day of festival, subject to availability.

Children aged five to 15 pay £18 at all times, with youngsters aged four and under being allowed in for free.

A family pass for two adults and two children currently costs £101.

That price will rise to £107 on April 1. Family tickets will not be available on the day of the festival.

As well as Levellers playing Levelling The Land, the FBTO Main Stage line-up will feature sets from Kate Rusby, Eric Bibb, Show of Hands, Shake the Chains, This is the Kit and Leveret.

The smaller Acorn Stage will feature performances from Sam Kelly & the Lost Boys, Patch & The Giant, Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage, The Hut People, Fara, Kitty MacFarlane and London Youth Folk Ensemble.

• For more on the one day festival of folk’s finest acts, visit the Folk by the Oak website at

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