Lady Nade +


Lady Nade + Heather Ferrier Trio + Chris Fox

Sun 5 May | Doors 1.30 pm

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Lady Nade

With nominations for Artist of the Year & a Song of the Year win at the UK Americana Awards 2022, Lady Nade stands as one of the UK’s most distinctive voices.

Recognised as one of Bristol’s most influential women (2022) she continues her rise as a multi award winning, folk, roots & americana artist. Nade has gained plaudits on BBC Radio 4 (Clive Anderson, Loose Ends), Radio 2 (Mark Radcliffe) & Radio 6 (Cerys Matthews).

Lady Nade’s songs carry messages of love, loss, hope, friendships & the positive connection between music, well-being, mental health & community. Her gigs create a communal experience that everyone can enter into. Her performances are like a reunion. Share a room with her, & she’ll give you her story. All of it. The joys & sorrows. You will love her for it, & she will love you right back.

‘There is no mistaking the tender, powerful, velveteen vocals of Lady Nade’ Folk Radio

‘A pure voice that gets stuck in your mind’ Cerys Matthews, BBC Radio 6

Heather Ferrier Trio

Stockport-born accordion virtuoso, clog dancer & composer Heather Ferrier is a force to be reckoned with.

An “engaging talker & magnetic performer” (NARC magazine), Heather creates a glorious & original sound, her powerful melodies setting the accordion free. Bold & enthralling, Heather performs with her trio, guitarist Alasdair Paul (Pons Aelius, Jordan Aikin & Quercus) & drummer Adam Stapleford (Ponyland, Yes! Grasshopper).

On the verge of her first album release, Heather’s debut EP has already been picked up by BBC Radio 6 Music, and Bristol Folk Festival afficionados will note that Jon Doran & the Northern Assembly are amongst her collaborators in the North East,

“Epic in so many ways” Fatea Magazine
“Accordion Virtuoso” Tom Robinson

Chris Fox

Singer-songwriter Chris Fox spans the roots lexicon of Folk, Americana & Blues. A genre defying troubadour, he is known for his rich vocals, complex guitar & loop pedal alchemy.

Humourous & thought-proving, Chris’s laid back, unostentatious style creates the perfect ambience for an intimate live experience, drawing listeners in with tales of the everyday & the unexpected. Chris has opened for Fairport Convention, and been selected three times for Cambridge Folk Festival.

“This fella’s got something about him, he’s a class act, a great writer & fantastic performer. Just sheer Genius!BBC Wales

‘Chris stands head & shoulders above a crowded field’ Fatea Magazine

Ticketing Information

Sunday Day Tickets

The Sunday Day session runs from 1.30 pm – 5 pm at St George’s Bristol. Sunday Day tickets give you access to all the artists listed above. 

Sunday Day + Night Tickets

Join the Festival for the whole of Sunday with a Sunday Day + Night ticket. Catch the evening concert of Sheelanagig & Filkin’s Ensemble in addition to the Sunday Day line-up above.