We provide a number of options to make the festival accessible to those with varied interests and to those with limited time and finances.
All in One
The most flexible ticket with access to all festival events including the Ham Evening Concerts, and giving a discount on Pre-Festival events. These are the best value tickets if you want to attend several or more evening shows at the Ham and they give you the freedom to choose which events to attend without having to commit to particular concerts by buying individual event tickets.
All in One Weekend
All the benefits of the All in One, but valid only from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th August.
The best ticket if you want the flexibility and choice of an inclusive ticket, but would like to pick and choose the Ham Evening Concerts. It also gives a good discount on Ham Evening concerts and Pre-Festival events. The best great value choice if you want to spend your week dancing!
All the benefits of the Week Ticket, but valid only from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th August.
Day Tickets give you entry into all events at Sidmouth FolkWeek on that day, except Ham Evening Concerts (Saturday to Thursday inclusive) for which a discount is available.
Bulverton in One
This ticket includes entrance to all Bulverton events from Friday 3rd to Friday 10th August, and full Festival Camping. Holders also get a discount for Ham Evening & Afternoon Concerts, and Pre-Festival Concerts. And finally, buy 6 tickets and one will be free… automatically. Great value and best for those who enjoy late nights at Bulverton and don’t get to many of the daytime concerts.
Event tickets for all Ham Concerts, Bulverton evening shows, Late Night Extras , Bulverton Big Gig Tickets (evenings and Late Night Extras), evening Manor Pavilion concerts, Blackmore Marquee ceilidhs and Stowford Rise Folk Dances will be on sale in early May.
Workshop Ticket Books
A book of 6 Workshop Tickets, to use for workshops of your choice. Workshops can be paid for on the door where space permits
Pay on the Door
– tickets for most events are available on the door, once ticket holders have been admitted.
There are numerous programmed free events around the town as well as Fringe events. Collections at these form a vital part of the Festival’s income.