Britons passionate in music is what you must know when you try to understand England or when you study there. Also, that obsessive passion helped the UK produced many world music elites.
In the UK, you can find all popular music genres in the world, from pop, rock, classical, folk, jazz or opera. Street music is also a popular beauty often found in the town, the ancient city in the UK.
The music festival is a very popular event in the UK. There are hundreds of music festivals are held in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland that the students have to study British conditions can participate. Some events take place in the city; others take place in the countryside, in the summer and allow the participants camping.
One of the largest music festival bearing deep music of England is Cambridge Folk.
This festival is usually held in the Cherry Hinton in Cambridge (UK) and was first held in 1965. It has become one of the leading music events in Europe and is one of the long carnival year, the world’s most famous.
Listening to folk musicians from leading UK and Ireland. Music Section of the music festival is very rich, from bluegrass (a branch of country music), gospel, cajun (musical symbol of Louisiana), Zydeco (combination of cajun, blues and R & B), jazz, world, klezmer (a musical genre of the Jews) and Ceilidh (Gaelic folk music).
- You can phone to the host and book your tickets online. To be sure that the tickets are distributed equally, one person could be able to book only a maximum of 6 adult tickets for 6 people for the full festival or just one of the festival days. All tickets are sent to you and ensured to be sent to the right person. Moreover, please be announced that the tickets would not be exchanged, resold or re-pay anymore after you have bought.
- About the price, if you are an adult, you have to pay an amount of £159, the person aged from 18 – 21 have to pay £125 while this price for the children is just £44.50. Moreover, if you are the Cambridge City resident, the price for one ticket is £133. All of this price is for the whole festival days during it happens. For only one of the days of the festival, the price is £26.50 for the Thursday, £57.50 for the Friday and £67.50 for the Saturday and Sunday.
2. How to get Cambridge
One of the biggest problem when travel there is the traffic jam. Normally, you have to travel directly to the car park. Depending on how far you are from the Cambridge, there are many kinds of transportation for you to choose to get there such as car, campervan, bus, air, train, coach.
- You could be able to travel to Cambridge and get to the London Stansted airport. From this airport, you can catch a train or a bus to get there.
- If you travel by car, please note that you could be able to park your car at the Blue Car Park with the Blue route. In Cherry Hinton Hall, there is nowhere in which you can park your car and you have to walk about 15 minutes from the car park to Cherry Hinton Hall Campsite. You should note that the tickets also include the fee for parking, so you do not have to pay money anymore.
- One more thing to remember with someone who travels by car, you are not encouraged to park your car on the roads because you may have to pay the fee.
- From the bus station, you have to walk about 45 minutes or 35 minutes from the train station.
There are also some programs about the souvenir and food that can please your shopping pleasure when you are there. Interestingly, coming with the festival, you could buy a CD that includes all of the songs and music played in this festival