The dates for 2019 are confirmed as from Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th August.
The family-friendly Wickham Festival offers live music and entertainment for all ages with camping in a relaxed folk festival setting, and will be held in the Hampshire village of Wickham just east of Eastleigh and just north of Fareham.
Expect four music stages and other attractions including comedy, cartoon cinema, storytelling, puppet theatre and make ‘n’ take crafts tent.
Confirmed acts include Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, Level 42, The Proclaimers, Graham Nash, Dreadzone, The Kiefer Sutherland Band , Afro Celt Sound System, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Ralph McTell, Alabama 3, Lindisfarne, Steve Knightley, Lucinda Williams, Martin Carthy, Grace Petrie, Matthews Southern Comfort , 3 Daft Monkeys, Kathryn Tickell & The Darkening, Blazin' Fiddles, and more. There's more still to be announced.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £160 for adults (camping not included), £80 under-16s with children aged under 10 years able to attend for free.
Camping tickets are priced at £30 per tent or caravan (not per-person).
Other attractions for festival goers include more late night comedy; more street theatre; film screenings of classic festival movies from Glastonbury and other legendary music festivals; a new cabaret and circus skills stage, exotic foods fayre, real ale bars, and more.
Campsite open from noon until 9pm on the Wednesday and from 10am on the Thursday.
Festival arena open from 3pm on the Thursday and 8am other days.
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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