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 moves to Oldham Rugby Union Club, over spring bank holiday weekend from Friday 25th until Sunday 27th May 2018.
The Main stage line-up is announced as:
Friday: TV Smith, Filf, Run Out the Guns, Verbal Warning, Time for Action, Northern Embezzlers, Los Pistups (pt 2), Tony Auton
Saturday: Eddie & The Hot Rods, Toxic, Ruff Trade, George Borowski & Mora, The Kut, Desperate Measures, V2.2, Headline Maniacs, Il Complesso, The Media Whores, Red Light Effect, Comrade X
Sunday: The Members, Urban Voodoo Machine, Black Balled, Straighten Out, Roughneck Riot, Rory McLeod, Brassneck, Matildas Scoundrels, The Papashangos, The Johnny Squizzercrow Experiment, Clash City Rockers
More acts will be appearing on other stages. To see the full line-up please view the line-up page.
Festival goers can also expect comedy, all day bar/food, toilets and disabled toilet facilities, and more.
Tickets are priced at £65 for adults, or £140 for a family ticket. All tickets include camping. Day tickets are also available.
Gates are expected to open at 3pm on Friday. 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.
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.
In addition to the music, the art show, camping, food and booze this year' sees the debut of Instant Stage's outdoor cinema, and Windrushe mobile will also be providing a radio clash just bring an FM radio to tune in.
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.
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