Wickham Festival add The Undertones and Hazel O'Connor

plus The Treacherous Orchestra, Rachael MacShane, Dervish, and more

By Scott Williams | Published: Fri 12th Mar 2010

Levellers (2)

Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th August 2010
Wickham, Hampshire, England MAP
adult early bird £75
Last updated: Fri 11th Jun 2010

The Undertones, Hazel O'Connor are amongst the latest acts to be announced for this summer's Wickham Festival.

The The Undertones, and 'Breaking Glass' star Hazel O'Connor top the latest announcements that also include The Treacherous Orchestra, Bellowhead's own Rachael MacShane, Dervish, John McSherry's 'At First Light', Russian gypsy trio Koshka, Steve Tilston, Uiscedwr, and Asere.

They join a line-up that includes Levellers, Peatbog Faeries, Shooglenifty, Salsa Celtica, Show of Hands, Eliza Carthy, Martyn Joseph, Wolfstone, Chris Wood, Steve Tilston, The Men They Couldn't Hang, Uiscedwr, The Mighty Zulu Nation, 3 Daft Monkeys, Asere, Tyde, Cupola, and Black Bart.

The festival which was 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, in Hampshire just east of Eastleigh and just north of Fareham.

This four-day event happens from Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th August 2010 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.

An adult 4 day season ticket is priced at £85, an under-16 tickets is priced at £42.50, and children under 10 years of age can go to the festival for free. Camping tickets are priced at 20 per tent or caravan for the whole weekend.
Day Tickets are also available priced at £25 for adults for the Thursday, £35 for the Friday, and £40 for either Saturday or Sunday. Under 16s day tickets are half price. Under-10s are free.

To buy tickets, click here.

Other attractions for festival goers are expected to 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.

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