Boomtown Rats will be Sunday headliners at the 10th Weyfest which will take place from Friday 19th until Sunday 21st August 2016 at The Rural Life Centre, near Farnham in Surrey
Also joining the line-up are Heel, Jo Harman, Victoria, the Rooz, Saiichi Sugiyama Band, Jaywalkers, The True Deceivers, Joe Waller, Rhys Morgan, Stevie - One Bloke One Mandolin, and The Surrey Hills Ukulele Big Band.
Plus appearing on the Rustic Stage over the weekend will be All Things Considered, Bemis, Call Me Ishmael, Claudia Stark, Coyote, Dirty Carols, Eden Blacklist, Harry Baker, Hedge Inspectors, Jim Cozens, Jonas and Jane, LA Underlined, Mark Nelson, Mojo, Morrison, New Hawleans Jug Band, Out of the Blue, Quiet Wish, Rachel Rose, Shaun Shears, Surrey Ukeaholics, and Vic Cracknell.
The Darkness will headline the Saturday night, also announced for the weekend are Dreadzone, Leatherat, Jackie Lynton, Wishbone Ash, Inglorious, Rebecca Downes, King King, Wildflowers, Charley Farley Sunday Four, The Nefarious Picaroons, The Bayonettes, Slim Chance, John Otway, Bad Manners, The Blow Monkeys, From The Jam, Big Country, The Beat, and The Wurzels, with more acts to be announced for the four stages.
The festival is run over three days with three outdoor stages plus an indoor acoustic stage. There's also workshops, and on-site camping, and bars with a range of real ales, ciders, lagers & wines.
Current ticket prices available until midnight on Tuesday 31st May.
Adult early bird 3-day Weekend (camping extra) £90
Adult early bird Weekend CAMPING £15
Youth (10-15) early bird 3-day Weekend (camping extra) £30
Youth (10-15) early bird Weekend CAMPING £5
Campervan Passes from £20 to £45 depending upon size of live in vehicle.
Day tickets (early-bird prices until end of April) Friday: Adult £30 / Youth (10-15) £15
Saturday: Adult £45 / Youth £20
Sunday: Adult £45 / Youth £20
The festival is now able to offer Electrical Hook-ups in the Motorhome Site, Glamping Area, and Disabled Camping.
The venue itself is a major reason for Weyfest’s popularity. The Rural Life Centre is a working museum, littered with artefacts of past country life and local craft displays throughout the venue. A working light railway runs both steam and diesel trains around the perimeter of the venue and because the venue is so compact everything is within easy reach.
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