The Wickerman Festival 2006

Friday 21st to Saturday 22nd July 2006
Kirkcarswell Farm nr. Kirkcudbright, Galloway, Scotland, Scotland MAP
£50 w/e incl camping, 12s or under FREE; car parking £5
last updated: Fri 28th Apr 2006

Sited on 120 acres of isolated farmland, near Dundrennan, South West Scotland, in deepest Galloway, the festival welcomes families, and features 2 main stages (the Woodward Stage stage, and Summer Isle stage), as well as dance tents, and Scooter, Acoustic & Reggae tents, campsite, trade stalls, alternative area, bars, and food stalls.

Many acts for 2006 are confirmed, with Marky Ramone, System Seven, The Blockheads, Arthur Brown, New Model Army, Pama International, and more. For all the confirmed acts to date, see here.

The Wickerman also features a Children’s Area, Dumfries Museum’s Activity Tent, a Drumming Workshop, Cosmic Circles Fire Dancers, a funfair for kids and adults and the climax of the weekend’s happening... the burning of a 25 feet high Wickerman on Saturday midnight.

Tickets for 2006 are now on sale, priced at £50. Children aged 12 and under are free. Car parking costs £5 (new for 2006).

The Wicker Picker Crew are now starting to recruit crew for this years festival! Information and application forms are now available for working at this years festival. Work will involve litter picking and sorting of recyclable materials for a max of 15 hours over the festival period. In return you will have your ticket money refunded, be feed, given a crew T-shirt, get a separate camping area. Closing date for applications - 27th May 2006. For info and application form e-mail wickerpickercrew@hotmail.com.



More details will be here when available.

Friday 21st to Saturday 22nd July 2006
Kirkcarswell Farm nr. Kirkcudbright, Galloway, Scotland, Scotland MAP
£50 w/e incl camping, 12s or under FREE; car parking £5
last updated: Fri 28th Apr 2006


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