Lucinda Williams and Richard Thompson for Cambridge Folk Fest 2019

José González, Nick Mulvey, Ralph McTell and Tunng will also play Cherry Hinton Hall in August

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The first batch of names have been announced for 2019’s Cambridge Folk Festival, taking place at Cherry Hinton Hall on August 1-4 2019.

Lucinda Williams will headline the festival on the Saturday night, while Richard Thompson will play a solo acoustic set. Other acts confirmed include Ralph McTell, José González, Tunng, Lisa O’Neill, Fisherman’s Friends, Karine Polwart and Lil’ Jimmy Reed. Friday and Sundays headliners are yet to be revealed.

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As previously reported, Nick Mulvey is 2019’s guest curator and will play several sets throughout the weekend.

For more information and ticket sales, please visit Cambridge Folk Festival’s official site.

The January 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Jack White on the cover. Inside, White heads up our Review Of The Year – which also features the best new albums, archive releases, films and books of the last 12 months. Aside from White, there are exclusive interviews with Paul Weller, Elvis Costello, Stephen Malkmus, Courtney Barnett, Low and Mélissa Laveaux. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best music of 2018.

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