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Help to keep us on the road – become a patron

Folk on Foot relies entirely on the support of its listeners and viewers to keep going.

If you love what we do, why not become a patron and get great rewards? You can choose from three levels:

➢Folk on Foot Hero (£10 a month)

Exclusive access to Folk on Foot on Film – an amazing – and growing – archive of more than 100 unique performances of songs filmed on location during our walks, featuring almost all the artists showcased in our podcasts.  Every time we record a new episode, we’ll add more songs, creating the most comprehensive video record of contemporary UK folk music. Folk on Foot on Film also includes the sets from the Folk on Foot Festivals and a bonus twenty-minute film of our walk with Kris Drever on Orkney. The archive is searchable by artist, so you can quickly find your favourites. If you love listening to Folk on Foot, you’ll also love watching!

PLUS:

  • a postcard from each location where we record an episode

  • three times a year, a live Zoom call with Matthew Bannister where he will announce future plans for Folk on Foot and answer your questions.

  • membership of an exclusive Facebook group to discuss the podcast with other listeners and viewers

  • a stylish Folk on Foot pin badge

  • a thank you by name in every newsletter we send out.

➢Folk on Foot Champion (£5 a month)

  • exclusive access to one of the songs filmed on location each time we launch an episode

PLUS:

  • membership of an exclusive Facebook group to discuss the podcast with other listeners and viewers

  • a stylish Folk on Foot pin badge

  • a thank you by name in every newsletter we send out

➢Folk on Foot Friend (£3 a month)

  • a stylish Folk on Foot pin badge

  • a thank you by name in every newsletter we send out

If you would like to make a donation without receiving rewards, you can do so here:

We have a long list of artists we’d like to feature and locations we’d like to visit. With your support, we’d like to think we could go on forever!

 

Matthew Bannister