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Sidmouth Folk Week

An event in August in Devon
Sidmouth
Devon
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Event timing: First week in August
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Sidmouth FolkWeek is a unique week-long seaside celebration of music, dance and song taking place in this charming coastal resort.

This folk festival has been running since 1955 and is always held in the first week of August. It attracts tens of thousands of visitors to over 700 diverse events with a promise of ‘something for everyone’.

The town’s streets and venues come alive with festive atmosphere as holidaymakers and festival goers join together in a music-based holiday to remember.

For further information please call us on 0871 716 2438 - Calls cost less than 10p per minute

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