Upcoming folk gigs
in and around Cambridge
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​18th July - Mayflower Folk Club at the Portland Arms  - Open Mike night

​20th July - Tuesday Night Tea Club, Relevant Records

22nd July - Open Stage, Cambridge Acoustic Nights

27th - 30th July - Cambridge Folk Festival

Please note that the Black Fen Folk Club, Cambridge Folk Club, Strummers and Cambridge Acoustic Nights are all closed over August. The Portland Arms is also
closed for refurbishment for most of August.

Strummers' next gig at CB2 is Black Scarr on Saturday 16th September.

We Shall Overcome, Strummers annual evening of music against austerity will be on Saturday 7th October, also at CB2.

Acoustic Music in Cambridge ...
The Black Fen Folk Club  runs regular Open Stage nights and occasional gigs at the NCI Club, 1 Holland Street, Cambridge, CB4 , every Sunday at 7.30pm.

The club welcomes performers from all musical traditions  with a particular enthusiasm for traditional folk. The club run events at the Cambridge Folk Festival and put on a Folk Day every summer.
Cambridge Acoustic Nights are our fellow residents of the CB2 basement, running regular acoustic open stage events in collaboration with Acoustic Routes and occasional gigs.
Cambridge Folk Club  -  From its inauspicious beginnings, back in 1964, its reputation has steadily grown to the point where it's now a recognised and respected fixture in Cambridge's varied musical landscape.
Cluzion Music - aims to create spaces for listening audiences to enjoy the best jazz, blues, world, folk, fusion, acoustic, classical and new music that the region has to offer. Based at the Plough and Fleece in Horningsea, Cluzion is run by Strummers' own Tony Phillips.
The Elm Tree
The Elm is an oasis of difference amongst the chain pubs that dominate the city, and also offers occasional live entertainment – mainly Folk, Blues, Country and Spoken Word.
... and beyond
Bury Folk Collective
Promoting the very best of grass roots folk music through a range of folk-related events in and around Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.