Wickham Festival 2011

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Thursday 4th to Sunday 7th August 2011
Wickham, Hampshire, England MAP
£120 for full 4-day weekend
Last updated: Wed 13th Jul 2011

Wickham Festival (formerly known as the Eastleigh Festival) returns to it's old home after 2 years at Stokes Bay, and will be held in the Hampshire village of Wickham just east of Eastleigh and just north of Fareham.

This four-day event happens from Thursday 4th to Sunday 7th August 2011 and features live music and entertainment for all ages with camping. They'll be two performance stages plus a sessions bar, street theatre and dance displays, and lots of fun for kids.


The latest acts confirmed are Teddy Thompson and The Webb Sisters.

They join Bellowhead, Jools Holland and the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with special guests Ruby Turner and Sandie Shaw, Rolf Harris, Toyah, Mary Coughlan, Jackie Leven, Eddi Reader, Findlay Napier & The Bar Room Mountaineers, Coast, and Lori Watson & Rule of Three, Kate Rusby, The Peatbog Faeries, Richard Thompson, John Otway Big Band, The Kathryn Tickell Band, The Chair (from Orkney), Saltfishforty with Spiers & Boden, Skerryvore, Tim Edey & Brendan Power, Katriona Gilmore & Jamie Roberts, The Treacherous Orchestra, The Outcast Band, No Right Turn, Maurice Dickson (from Ireland), Roy Bailey & Tony Benn, The Martin Simpson Band, The Men They Couldn't Hang, The Spooky Mens Chorale, Kan, and The Shee. For the line-up details, and day splits, as available please click here.


The early bird offer has now ended.
4 day Season Tickets:
Adult £120
Under-16 £60
Under-10s Free.
Camping Tickets:
£25 per tent or caravan for the whole weekend.
Day Tickets:
Day Tickets are also available priced at £40, with under 16s day tickets are half price, and under-10s are free.

To buy tickets, click here.


To buy tickets, click here.

On site

Other attractions for festival goers include The Groovy Movie Solar-Powered Cinema, Hand To Mouth Theatre Company, storytelling, Ticklish Allsorts, children's entertainers, unsigned bands stage, Punch & Judy, dance displays, healing area, campsite 'Posh Wash' showers, craft fayre, exotic foods fayre, and real ale bars.

Getting there

Wickham is easily reached by road, rail, coach, bus and air. If coming by road, Wickham is just two miles north of the M27 (junction 10) near Fareham and is less than 10 miles from both the M3 and A3. Alternatively, for a scenic route, take the A32 from Alton and head south through the beautiful Meon valley.

There will be more information here when it becomes available.

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