Strummercamp 2009

Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th May 2009
Manchester Rugby Club, Grove Lane, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle, Cheshire, SK8 7NB, England MAP
£59.50 per person weekend pass, £35 a day and £15 for kids
last updated: Sun 17th May 2009

Goldblade

Organised by friends of the late Joe Strummer, this is intended to be a celebration and tribute run on a not-for-profit basis. This year's Strummercamp Festival returns to it's spiritual home at Manchester Rugby Club, Cheadle Hulme, in Cheshire.

Acts confirmed so far are the four headliners Billy Bragg, and The Mahones on Saturday; with The Damned, and The Alarm on Sunday. With Goldblade, Golty Farabeau, TV Smith, Take The fifth, Spencer, Jealous, Pressure Drop, Harijan, Stand Out Riot, Cotton Music Club, Pink Hearse, and more. For the line-up details as available please click here.

The Comedy Club line-up includes Mel moon, Chris Stokes, Letty Flynn, Matt Tiller, Ruth E Cockburn, Lewis Charlesworth, MC Sam Gore, Chris Booker, Andrew Ryan, 80's Luke, Colin Charles, Curtis Threadgood, and Patrick Devine.

The festival is spread over 2 stages: the Main stage; and the second stage featuring a variety of acts from the previous year's festivals and new up and coming bands. Festival goers can expect comedy, all day bar/food, toilets and disabled toilet facilities, and more.

Tickets are priced at £59.50 for a 3 day weekend pass including car park/camping or £35 a day and £15 for kids. Saturday or Sunday Adults £35.00, £10.00 for children under 14 accompanied by an adult ticket holder. Admission for children under 10 years of age free. Admission to Friday event is open to full weekend ticket holders only. No day tickets are available for Friday event.

To buy tickets, click here. Tickets purchased after Tuesday 19 May will be available for collection at the gate. Please bring the PayPal receipt.

Gates open at 3pm on Friday 22nd May. Saturday and Sunday gates open at 9am and the first band will be on stage at 12 Noon. Day ticket holders must be off site by Midnight of their chosen day. Weekend ticket holders must check off the site no later than noon on Monday 26th May.

Strummercamp is a not for profit venture presented organised and staffed entirely by volunteers. It is not connected, affiliated or a subsidiary of any other organisation.

For detailed information about various aspects of the festival see the Strummercamp Information (includes detailed info on camping, travel, food & drink, and more).


More information will be here when available.

Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th May 2009
Manchester Rugby Club, Grove Lane, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle, Cheshire, SK8 7NB, England MAP
£59.50 per person weekend pass, £35 a day and £15 for kids
last updated: Sun 17th May 2009


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