The Blaxhall Sessions

Returning for a Fourth Season of First Class Folk to a small, but perfectly formed, village in Suffolk.

For more information on who is is playing and how to get tickets, click here

A huge thank you to the legendary Andy Irvine for kicking off proceedings … unfortunately, we had to cancel Cahalen Morrison and Trials of Cato due to concern over the spread of the Omicron variant. As we move forward into 2022 we feel more confident that we will be able to go ahead with all the planned Blaxhall Sessions over the coming months. We will keep you updated!

It is important that you feel safe and comfortable in joining us a Blaxhall Village Hall to enjoy live music once again so we have decided to continue running with a reduced capacity even though Covid restrictions will be lifted at the end of February. We will gradually increase our numbers as we feel comfortable to do so.

Thank you to everyone for joining us at the sold out Honey and the Bear concert where we raised £502 for the DEC Ukrainian Humanitarian Appeal.

Tickets are still available for  the rescheduled concert with the Trails of Cato on the 11th June

Ticket Information

Tickets are limited.

Each concert will be run in accordance with current Covid safety guidelines at the time of the event. Please be aware that this may include  face coverings to be worn at all times except when seated and the possibility of confirmation of either vaccination or a negative Covid test on entry. Ticket holders will be sent details and updates. Doors will open for entry to Blaxhall Village Hall half an hour before the advertised time.

Cancellation In the event of cancellation due to the Covid and the guidelines and advice changing, all tickets purchased for the event will be fully refunded.

Other useful Information

There is plenty of parking at the hall and a limited bar will be available.  Please let us know if you have any special requirements

The Blaxhall Ship Inn is a short walk from the village hall. They offer a delicious pub food menu so make sure you book a table well in advance, for your lunch or early evening meal. Or, if you would rather, you can sit outside and raise a well deserved pint to all folk singers and musicians, past and present.