Many more acts have been announced for Wychwood Festival, which returns for its 14th year to Cheltenham Racecourse, in Gloucestershire from Friday 1st until Sunday 3rd June 2018, during the summer half-term holiday.
All new for the The Hobgoblin Stage are a second appearance (or first, really) by New York Brass Band, Thrill Collins, and Feelgood Experiment on Friday, on Saturday there's Heavy Beat Brass Band, Grinny Grandad, Immigrant Swing, The Bomo Swing, and Ecklectic Mick, and on Sunday there's Captain Accident, Forest of Fools, Karl Phillips, Kings Gambit, and Selby & The Dharma Blitz.
For comedy - in association with eFestivals - there's Matt Richardson, Patrick Monahan, Andrew Bird, Inel Tomlinson, Johnny Cochrane, Jon Wagstaffe, and Ela Baldhinio, with comperes Jim Smallman, Amy Howerska, and Howard Read.
These join the acts previously confirmed, who are headliners Baxter Dury, The Gipsy Kings ft Nicolas Reyes & Tonino Baliardo, and Shed Seven, along with The Go! Team, The Beat ft Ranking Roger, Feeder, Ten Tonnes, Nina Nesbitt, Lucia, The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican. For all of the details including day and stage splits please see the line-up page.
Alongside the music, Wychwood has a programme of arts, culture and family activities, from World Class Street Theatre, thought-provoking talks, story-telling from leading children's authors, workshops and more.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £137.50 for an adult , £112.50 for concessions, £72.50 for a 10-15 yr old or £27.50 for a 5-9 yr old. Under 5s can go free.
Camping must be purchased as a separate ticket, and is priced at £27.50 for adults, £18.50 for concessions and is free for under 16s but must be purchased.
Day tickets are available, priced at £47 for Friday, £61 for Saturday, and £51 for Sunday.
A campervan/caravan pass is £45.
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