All 2020 Newport Folk Festival tickets go on sale Wednesday December 4, 2019 at 10AM EST. Tickets may sell out quickly, so be ready to go promptly at 10AM EST. There is a six ticket limit per household per day. Folk who exceed ticket limits may not be able to purchase or may have any or all of their orders and tickets cancelled without notice. Remember, if you’d like to spread your payments out, they offer a payment plan option through AFFIRM. Click here to learn more, or click below to go directly to the Eventbrite ticket page.

Ticket prices:

Three Day Pass: Adult – $210
Three Day Pass: Child (ages 3-12) – $60

Two Day Pass: Adult – $170
Two Day Pass: Child – $40

One Day Pass: Adult – $90
One Day Pass: Child – $20

Please note: If you are on the Eventbrite ticket page prior to 10AM EST on Wednesday December 4, 2019, you will need to refresh the page to expose the available tickets once the on sale time is triggered. And remember, “unavailable” does not mean sold out. It means tickets are all in carts, so keep refreshing in case buyers do not complete their transactions.



Our Newport tips:

Where to stay:

If you’re visiting Newport, book your stay at Gurneys Newport Resort & Marina, they are hands down the nicest hotel in Newport and their seaside location on Goat Island with 360° water views and the seclusion of a private island is just a jaunt from the shops and eateries of downtown Newport.

Eats:

If you’re looking for some great spots to dine, we recommend hitting up local favorites such as ,LaForge Casino Restaurant (piano bar every Friday and Saturday night), ScarpettaThe Reef and Tavern on Broadway!

Party:

The party never stops at Gurney’sThe ReefTavern on Broadway, LaForge and the Clarke Cooke House are the goto spots for locals all year round

Don’t miss:

No trip to Newport is complete without a trip to the Audrain Automobile Museum. The Audrain Automobile Museum has a mission to preserve and present automotive history while connecting and engaging with other non-profits and the community as a whole. Established in 2014, the Museum transformed the historic Audrain Building into a captivating display floor, fit specifically for our cultural needs. The Museum has access to collections with of over 200 cars, allowing for three fresh and unique exhibits per year. Ranging from Brass Era pre-War cars to Supercars of the 2000s, the Museum is dedicated to entertaining all generations and stylistic preferences.

Taste the flavor:

Swing by the Newport Craft Brewing & Distilling Co. and sample some of their award winning creations.

Founded in 1999 by four college friends, Newport Storm Brewery was the original production craft brewery in Rhode Island. They created more than 100 distinctive beers while keeping things local and authentic. From their flagship Hurricane Amber Ale to seasonal brews made with Rhode Island grown ingredients, to beers aged in rum barrels, the brewery has been in the vanguard of craft brewing for nearly 20 years.

In 2006 the crew began distilling craft spirits. They were the first distillery in Rhode Island in 135 years and currently produce whiskey, a single barrel rum, and an overproof white rum.

Dress for success:

Newport’s former First Lady Deborah Winthrop owns the premier women’s boutique on Aquidneck Island with hip and chic clothing, bra sized swimwear and a the largest selection of lingerie around. Deborah and her staff are all expert bra fitters. The right bra will make you look and feel 10 years younger and 10lbs lighter!! Swing by and see for yourself.

Pizza:

If you’re looking for the best pizza in Newport, RI, look no further than Karma Pizza. This Thames Street pizza place has the best pizza and the best wings in town. Free delivery.

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