Wakestock 2005

Friday 22nd to Saturday 23rd July 2005
Pwllheli Inner Marina and Abersoch Beach, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales MAP
£40 weekend, £25 per night, £15 camping
last updated: Wed 6th Jul 2005

Wakestock is Europe's largest wakeboard music festival with free-to-watch wakeboarding by day and music by night. Last year there was a skate ramp too so expect to see vert skateboarders at the festival site along with reverse bungee, dodgems and Hydration Station (also new in 2004). Right next to the beach, as well as featuring a competition for the wakeboard title, there are three arenas of live bands and DJ's for two nights. The music starts at 6pm.

Most of the acts have now been announced, with Bodyrockers (live), plus DJs including Layo and Bushwacka, Seb Fontaine, Tall Paul, Jon Carter and more on the Friday, and Hundred Reasons, Million Dead, Thirteen Senses, The Ordinary Boys, the Undertones, Bugz In The Attic, Norman Jay and more on the Saturday. Click here for the details.

The site overlooks Cardigan Bay and across to Snowdonia and has excellent facilities to entertain over 10,000 people each night.

Camping
Camping is next to the festival site and is available from Thursday (from 5pm) to Sunday (until 5pm). Booking fee applies. Camping is limited so it is better to book well in advance as space runs out quickly.

Courtesy buses usually run all weekend between the music site at Penrhos, the wakeboard competitions and Abersoch, Pwllheli and Nefyn, so if you don’t want to camp you will still be able to get home if you live locally.

Friday 22nd to Saturday 23rd July 2005
Pwllheli Inner Marina and Abersoch Beach, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales MAP
£40 weekend, £25 per night, £15 camping
last updated: Wed 6th Jul 2005


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