Andy Fairweather-Low, The Quireboys, Federal Charm, Ric Sanders Trio, Ian Campbell Single Handed Blues Band, and Leatherat top the latest 20 names announced for Weyfest which will take place from Friday 4th until Sunday 6th September at The Rural Life Centre, near Farnham in Surrey.
Also confirmed for the four stages are Indigo Child, Japanese Fighting Fish, The Jackie Lynton Band, The Mantic Muddlers, Charley Farley Sunday Four, The Kut, The Surrey Hills Ukulele Big Band, Passport to Stockholm, Off The Record, Jim Hammond's Electric Mudshack, The True Deceivers, Rhys Morgan, Inside Information, and The Fitts, with many more acts are still to be announced.
Paul Carrack will headline the Friday night with support from Mungo Jerry. On Saturday The Waterboys headline, on Sunday it's Level 42, with the first acts Nazareth, The Christians, Roachford, Ward Thomas, The Troggs, Deborah Bonham, Honey Ryder, Jeramiah Ferrari, Laurence Jones, and Unsung Lilly.
The festival is run over three days with three outdoor stages plus an indoor acoustic stage. There's also workshops, and on-site camping, and bars with a range of real ales, ciders, lagers & wines.
Family (2x adult + 2 youth) ticket for 3-days including camping is priced at £295
An adult 3-day Weekend (camping extra) £99
Adult 2-day Weekend (camping extra) £80
Adult Weekend CAMPING £20
Youth (10-15) 3-day Weekend (camping extra) £35
Youth (10-15) 3-day Weekend (camping extra) £25
Youth (10-15) Weekend CAMPING £10
Campervan Passes: Small £25; Large £40; XL £50
Pack of 4x Shower Tokens £10
Child under 10's tickets free including camping
Single Day, Evening-only and Group tickets also available from £30 (Adults) £15 (Youth)
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