Woolfstock Festival 2011

Saturday 3rd September 2011
Ecchinswell, Newbury, Hampshire, England MAP
£50 for the day including camping
Daily capacity: 2,000
Last updated: Thu 25th Aug 2011

The second Woolfstock Festival takes place on Saturday 3rd September 2011, located on a rural site just outside Newbury, Hampshire, which inspired the book Watership Down.


Joining headliners British Sea Power on the bill are 6 Day Riot, Elsie, The Kleptones, The Draymin, Paris Riots, Pegasus Bridge, and Dirty Jemz.


Tickets are priced at £50 for the day, student tickets at £35 and special rate family tickets are available priced at £150 (two adults and two children aged 18 or under). All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. To buy tickets, click here.

Guests can enjoy free camping, free parking, posh loos, organic food and beverage stalls, adventures in the woods, fun fair rides, a quaint afternoon Tea Party, and fortunes told in the gypsy caravan. The stage comes straight from Reading Festival, and converts into a Dance Arena after midnight, so revellers can boogie late into the night with a special DJ set from The Kleptones.


The campsite opens on Saturday morning and closes midday Sunday 4 September, and offer quality loos and water taps. Camping rules include no pets (except guide dogs), no barbeques, no fires, no gazebos, and no peeing in the bushes. Festival goers are asked to take home all their rubbish and leave the site spotless.

More information will be here when available.

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last updated: Thu 25th Aug 2011