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Rachael Dadd

Saturday 4 May – Bristol Folk House

Contemporary folk multi-instrumentalist Rachael Dadd now lives half her life in Japan, witnessing how other people create things, connecting with other cultures and landscapes.

‘Being a travelling musician is a furnace for making music. Watching the changing landscapes from city to wilderness and back to city, becoming connected to other people’s cultures, it all makes it easier to go against the grain of what you grew up with.’

“An album of unparalleled beauty and quality” Louder Than War

Known for her longtime collaborations with Kate Stables, Rozi Plain and This is The Kit. We’re delighted to welcome Rachael back to the Bristol Folk Festival Stage.

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The Longest Johns

Friday 4 May – Bristol Folk House

The Longest Johns are a Bristol-based a capella folk music band, born out of a mutual love of traditional folk songs and shanties.

Renowned for stirring live performances The Longest Johns have also gathered a huge online following. Expect a rollicking opening to the Bristol Folk House stage.

The Longest Johns open the festival on Friday night.