Gower Folk Festival

Weobley Castle Farm, Gower, SA3 1HB

10th to 12th June 2022

Tickets for Gower 2022 are now all SOLD OUT. Sorry if you have not been able to book, but we hope to see you in 2023.

Join us for three days of fantastic folk music on the beautiful Gower Peninsula. The festival usually takes place on the second weekend in June, at Weobley Castle Farm. This working sheep farm lies on the edge of the tidal salt marshes of the north coast of Gower. At the heart of the farm is a 14th Century Castle with panoramic views of the Loughor Estuary stretching out towards West Wales.

There will be a full programme of workshops over the weekend for everyone to participate in and hone their musical skills with guidance from experts from our guest list. We also have a  programme of children’s entertainment on Saturday and Sunday. Other activities include dancing by Sweyn’s Ey Morris.

Camping facilities are available on site making for an easy transition from sleeping bag to festival activities. Refreshments will be provided by Chris and Emily Mabbett (proprietors of the popular Rake and Riddle in Penclawdd), including real ales from the award winning Gower Brewery.

The Gower Folk Festival together with partners The Rake & Riddle and Weobley Castle Farm offer good food and drink, a spectacular venue and of course the excellent music!

“Fabulous festival, brilliantly organised in a wonderful setting”

COVID-19 Statement

The Festival Committee has been made aware that a small number of people who attended the festival at the weekend have since tested positive for Covid and we would like to make everyone else aware too.

The following link is to the current government guidance on Covid, for your information. Stay safe everyone.


The Gower Folk Festival aims to prioritise the safety of everyone attending the event. The organisation will be following all Welsh Government regulations and guidance which are in place at the time of the festival. These may differ from those in other parts of the UK. Although no longer legally required, we strongly recommend that all festival staff, performers, volunteers and attendees should be fully vaccinated and/or should carry out a lateral flow test before entry to the festival to minimise the possibility of COVID-19 infection or transmission. Additional cleaning measures, ventilation and social distancing will be in place as appropriate at the time. Mask wearing is recommended in enclosed areas, and hand sanitiser will be freely available. Finally, please do not attend if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or a positive test result.

Sound engineering by AVLS