The Goat Roper Rodeo Band is set to perform on the final day of the festival.

The third annual Deepdale festival is set to take place this month.

This year’s event includes three days of performances by more than 35 folk acts across venues in Burnham Deepdale.

Headlining on the final day will be Martin Carthy, an influential folk artist. In 2014 he was presented with the lifetime achievement award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

The festival’s music director, Chris Haycock, said: “For folk, roots and acoustic music fans in North Norfolk we have a wonderful line-up this year and, having Martin Carthy play for us, is truly an opportunity not to be missed.”

The final day also includes Gentlemen of Few, Goat Roper Rodeo Band and Rattlebox.

Upcoming talent from across East Anglia will be given a chance to shine, with Dusky Sunday, Bailey, Allie Tooke and Keith Sadler set to take the stage.

The festival takes place at Deepdale Backpackers and Camping, Dalegate Market and St Mary’s Church.

The music kicks off on Friday, September 27, with Norfolk band Morganway headlining a line-up featuring the Cobbler Bob String Band and Tilly Moses.

The second day sees Man the Lifeboats and Kitty Macfarlane headline, while the Marham Military Wives Choir is set to give a special performance in St Mary’s Church.

Festival tickets are available for each day or all three. 

Prices start at £12.50 for adults and £6.25 for children.

For the full line-up and to book tickets, visit or call 01485 210256.