Dreadzone, Hidden Orchestra, Jesus Jones, Yes Sir Boss, The Aristocrats, Zun Zun Egui, 3 Daft Monkeys, Courtney Pine, Martin Simpson, Joe Driscoll & Seckou Kouyate, Miranda Sykes & Rex Preston, and The Peoples String Foundation lead the acts confirmed as joining Joe Brown, and Chas & Dave at The Woolley Festival held across the weekend of Friday 5th until Sunday 7th September 2014 on the grounds of Merkins Farm, Bradford Leigh, in Bradford on Avon.
The Woolley Festival is entering its 16th year in 2014 - and its celebrating by starting from scratch.
The line-up sees a mixture of genres across 4 stages - everything from established international artists to young up and coming talent, as well as an extensive family programme.
These include World Government, Funkinsteins, Batch Gueye & The Band, Malaprop, Billy in the Lowground, Fruke, Calico Jack, Lady Nade & The Silhouettes, Blue Rose Code, The Doubtful Guest, Sophie Barker, Pete Taylor, Taran Stormes Martino, Wessex Contraband, Act 1, Ushti Baba, Electric Swing Circus, The Duval Project, Thelonius, The Greasy Slicks, Port Erin, The Daturas, Derry, Charivari, My Social Orbit, Budada, Dirty Public, The Bad Hands, The Robert Brian Quartet, The Zen Hussies, The Hot Tin Roofs, Bartoune, Hip Pocket, Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin, The Croutons, The Cleverley Brothers, Jess Vincent, Poppa Shep, Tom Rockliffe, Cosmic Sausages, Bertie Wright, and The Morris Men.
For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available, click here.
The early bird offer has ended. Weekend tickets are priced at £70 including camping. A child (aged 5-15 years) ticket is priced at £18. A family ticket (2 Adults + Up to 4 Children) is priced at £150.
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