Tunng, Songhoy Blues, and Treetop Flyers for Wood Festival

plus Spiro, Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, Duotone, & more

published: Wed 4th Feb 2015

Tunng

Friday 15th to Sunday 17th May 2015
Braziers Park , Ipsden, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 6AN , England MAP
£74
last updated: Tue 17th Mar 2015

Tunng, Songhoy Blues, and Treetop Flyers lead the first names for this year's Wood Festival celebrating music and nature when it returns to the surroundings of Braziers Park, Oxfordshire from Friday 15th until Sunday 17th May 2015.

Also confirmed are Spiro, Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, Duotone, John Joseph Brill, Todd Dorigo, Hans Chew, Dreaming Spires, Nick Cope, The Knights of Mentis, Natureboy, Oxford Ukuleles, Tamara, The Brickwork Lizards, and The Cooling Pearls.

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Weekend tickets are priced at £74 for adults which includes camping and all workshops. A teen (aged 13-17 years) ticket is priced at £64. Children aged 12 and under will be able to go along for free! Parking is priced at £10. Campervan tickets are priced at £42. Prices do not include booking fees.

It's the 'Year Of The Bee' at Wood this year,  their animal of focus as bee colonies are threatened and getting weaker every year and Wood will be supporting them.
The full list of workshops, activities and talks, which run all day Saturday &
Sunday will be announced soon.

This is the festival’s 7th year, initially created to be one of the ‘greenest’ festivals celebrating music and nature, and one of Britain’s greenest events, Wood is powered completely on renewable energy. The stages made of handcrafted oak, has a cheery thatch of flowers growing on its roof.



Friday 15th to Sunday 17th May 2015
Braziers Park , Ipsden, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 6AN , England MAP
£74
last updated: Tue 17th Mar 2015


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