What’s On

Your guide to folk events in Coventry and Warwickshire.

We’ve linked to a new calendar format which should make more local folk events accessible and easy to update. Just click on the maroon lettering below – or scroll down for individual listing of forthcoming events.

Cov & Warks Folk Events Listing

If you are planning any folk event in the CV postcode area – big concert, back-room singaround, online performance, dance display, or whatever, click here to email us, providing the following details:

  • Date, start-time and end-time
  • Name of venue
  • Type of event
  • Artists/performers appearing
  • Location including postcode
  • Description – including how to book tickets, web links, etc
Please note that information on this page is based on advertising and public announcements by the venues and/or events organisers.
While every effort is made to ensure that details provided here are correct, CVFolk cannot guarantee its accuracy which is why we include contact information for each event so that you can check and confirm if necessary,

CVFolk is working in partnership with Folk21 Midlands region and many of the events listed here are shared in their own events listing.

Double header night w/Yonderland + Chris Tobin, plus Steve Redshaw + Willow & Tool Band @ Willow & Tool's Music Parlour
Mar 3 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm



Warwickshire’s most intimate folk club meets in Downtown LI. Free admission but please give generously to the jug collection.





Leamington 2024 Feel Good Festival @ SYDNI Centre
Mar 30 @ 11:00 am – 10:30 pm


Inspired by the late Stephen Boyer.

The event is all day for all ages. It starts 11am with children’s entertainment and activity, and runs until 10.30pm.

Entry is by donation (advance donations welcome – all funds for kids in the arts – Creative Experiences for Children in Memory of Stephen Boyer. Min p/p donation of £5 is suggested but people can give as much as they like, via Fundly or in cash via The Sydni Centre.

Keith Donnelly and Kevin Dempsey are the headliners but plenty of local talent have volunteered to perform. The late Steve Boyer was head of music for The RYTC, so the festival is to keep his spirit alive. We hope it’ll be an annual event.

Click here to donate and support the Creative Experiencers campaign.