More acts have been announced for the family-friendly Wychwood Festival which returns for its' 13th event to Cheltenham Racecourse, in Gloucestershire from Friday 2nd until Sunday 4th June 2017, during the summer half term holiday.
For the Hobgoblin Stage there's Big Boy Bloater, who are the Friday headliners.
There's also the return of the headphone disco every night.
Headlining on Saturday are Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, and on Sunday Levellers. Other acts include Thrill Collins, Katy Ashworth from CBeebies, Kanda Bongo Man, The East Pointers, and Electric Swing Circus.
The Wychwood Music Festival has music plus comedy, 100 workshops and events for all ages, kids literature festival, healing and sculpture gardens, The Headphone Disco until the wee hours, great food and real ales, and much more.
Wychwood offers fantastic fun for kids, and hosts a literary festival with authors and illustrators, kids' favourite characters, a multitude of making things, playing with stuff, learning, education, workshops, dance, and much more, and all free with no need to sign up, just drop in and join in the fun.
Tickets are on sale. A full adult weekend ticket is priced at £140, a disabled (2 for 1 with carer) ticket is priced at £130, Youth/Concessions weekend tickets are priced at £115, a teen (aged 10-15 yr) full weekend ticket is priced at £70, children aged 5-9 years weekend tickets are priced at £27.50 and under 5 year olds go free with an adult.
An adult camping ticket is an additional £25, concession camping tickets are priced at £14, camping for children is free, and a campervan ticket is priced at £65.
Day tickets will be available from 9am today, priced at £47 for Friday, £61 for Saturday, and £51 for Sunday.
eFestivals is proud to sponsor the comedy at Wychwood Music Festival, as part of our commitment to support festivals.
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