Why not help support the festival by becoming an official Friend?

Becoming friends

Oxford Folk Festival has been making many friends since we started. We set up the Friends Association to unite all of our supporters.  As a voluntary organisation we appreciate all the friends we can get!  

A modest 20 annual membership fee (30 for a couple) will help support the festival into the future, and in return you will receive a wealth of benefits. These include the chance to book your season tickets at early bird prices right up to the start of the festival, your name on our website and in the programme, a regular e-letter detailing latest news about the festival goings on and a handsome Friends lapel badge! 

More than that: we will at intervals be mounting special events for Friends only. The first of these was a brilliant, informal gig with our patrons John Spiers and Jon Boden, which took place at the exclusive QI building on Turl Street in Oxford.  We have also had a one-to-one sessions with Simon Care, and Saul Rose & Maclaine Colston at Cafe 1071 at the Castle.

How to join the Friends of Oxford Folk Festival


Contact our Friends co-ordinator, Vikki Rose, at friends@oxfordfolkfestival.com, or  write to Friends of Oxford Folk Festival, PO Box 642, Oxford OX1 9BE

Friends of the Oxford Folk Festival

Avril Alexander, James Bell, Jon Boden, Alan Cole, Carol Cole, Maclaine Colston, Cornbury Festival, Alex Cooper, Fi Cooper, Nick Cooper, Bob Cowley, Linda Cowley, Tash Daly, Jude de la Bedoyere, Chris Evans, Sandra Evans, Janey Forgan, Liz Griffiths, Jo Healey, Tim Healey, Brian Leach, Benedict Leigh, Mawkin, Irvine McLevy, Sandra McLevy, Gill Parsonson, Rachel Parsonson, Hugh Phillimore, Becca Ritchie-Timms, Saul Rose, Vikki Rose, Paul Sartin, Alice Shepperson, Lizz Shirley, Di Shrimpton, John Spiers, Jude Tabor, Mark Wilden, Geoffrey Woods and Penny Woods