The Proclaimers, Seth Lakeman, and Oysterband, for Stokes Bay Festival

plus more acts including Oysterband, Edward II, and more

published: Thu 26th Feb 2009

The Proclaimers

Wednesday 29th July to Sunday 2nd August 2009
Stokes Bay, Hampshire, England MAP
£100 for all five days
last updated: Mon 3rd Aug 2009

The Proclaimers, Seth Lakeman, and Oysterband, top the latest announcement of acts for this year's Stokes Bay Festival.

Seth Lakeman


The Proclaimers
The Stokes Bay Festival which incorporated the Wickham Festival will also see performances from Edward II, Adrian Edmondson & The Bad Shepherds, The Spooky Men's Chorale, Eric Bogle, Saltfish 40, Ella Edmondson, David Ferrard, Dean Owens, and Kim Edgar.

The Stokes Bay Festival is held at Stokes Bay, near Gosport in Hampshire from Thursday 30th July to Sunday 2nd August 2009. The four-day event features live music and entertainment with camping, a bar, street theatre and dance displays, and fun for the kids.

Tickets prices are as follows:
Weekend Season Tickets: Adult £100; Under-16 £50; Under-10s Free.
Camping Tickets: £20 per tent or caravan for the whole weekend.
Day Tickets are also available, £20 for the Thursday and £30 for any other day. Under 16s day tickets are half price. Under-10s will be free.

Early bird weekend season tickets are now on sale by post only from: The Festival Office, 51 Russell Street, Gosport, Hampshire PO12 3JD. Early bird tickets are priced at £85 for adults, and £42.50 for under 16s until Tuesday 31st March 2009. To buy tickets, click here.


Wednesday 29th July to Sunday 2nd August 2009
Stokes Bay, Hampshire, England MAP
£100 for all five days
last updated: Mon 3rd Aug 2009


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