Wickham Festival News

Can you spot yourself in our 2018 festival gallery?

Today is officially the first day of winter and what better way to cheer yourself up than reminisce about the festival we enjoyed this summer. We had blue sky and sunshine all weekend. To help remind you, we’ve just published our Wickham Festival 2018 Gallery. Thanks again to Guy Reece for managing our team of photographers. As ever it’s the Real Stars of Wickham we enjoy most. Can you spot yourself?

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Last Chance to save £60 on every 2019 adult weekend season ticket

Our 2019 Wickham Festival dates are Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th August 2019. If you’ve yet to book your ‘earlybird’ weekend season tickets for next year you can still save a whopping £60 on every adult ticket if you book by Friday 31st August via our tickets page. We’ve already sold a record number of ‘earlybird’ tickets for 2019 so please hurry if you’ve yet to book. Prices rise on 1st September.

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Check out all our stage times in one handy place!

We’ve just uploaded all our stage times here on Clashfinder to help plan your visit.  This is a printable timetable where you can see what is happening on all stages at the same time.  You can highlight acts you’re interested in seeing and much more.  Instructions are provided here.  As many of you know you’ll always leave Wickham Festival having discovered new artists, often from the local area.  We’ve even added stage times for The Twisted Tearooms so you really have everything all in one place 🙂

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Festival site map

We’ve just added a site map page illustrating the new layout for Wickham Festival 2018.  Please note we have TWO main stages this year. Main Stage 1 has been re-named The Valley Stage as it’s closest to the Meon Valley. Our new enlarged Main Stage 2 has been named The Village Stage as it’s closer to Wickham village.

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    Another top-class Gaelic-influenced Scottish band confirmed for Wickham 2020. Tide Lines will join Tankus The Henge and The Peatbog Faeries on our Village Stage on Thursday 6th August. www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZU05IStEgSM ... See MoreSee Less

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    Oh fantastic saw them at Larmer last year 👏

    Brilliant news - they really were a highlight at Cropredy too. One of my suggestions so glad to see you are listening 😉

    Fabulous live band saw them twice this year

    Fabulous band who brilliant live!

    They are a big favourite HebCelt Festival if you are in this neck of the woods definitely worth seeing!!

    Donna McGowan look who is at Wickham this year!!!

    Ooh something new

    Jim Irvine Belinda Irvine

    Shelley Hackett!

    Harriet Mary

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    We've joined many other festivals in donating tickets for a huge prize draw to raise funds for the Australian Red Cross and WWF-Australia. Please support this very deserving cause. Details here: www.facebook.com/YOSA2020/posts/2482221742058132We, like so much of the world, have been devastated by the bushfires that have swept across Australia.

    We have set up a prize draw to help raise funds for the Australian Red Cross and WWF-Australia, a fantastic list of prizes have been donated by events such as Edinburgh Festival Fringe, HebCelt Festival & Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival amongst many more.

    Full details on the prizes and how to buy a ticket to enter the draw and help raise funds can be found here — yosa2020fireappeal.eventbrite.co.uk
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    Weve joined many other festivals in donating tickets for a huge prize draw to raise funds for the Australian Red Cross and WWF-Australia.  Please support this very deserving cause.  Details here:  https://www.facebook.com/YOSA2020/posts/2482221742058132

    Nice bit of Americana from The Local Honeys who are touring the UK later this month and who'll be appearing at Wickham on Friday 7th August. www.youtube.com/watch?v=4F6k4Xdrj4Q&feature=youtu.be ... See MoreSee Less

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    I've seen The Local Honeys. A good addition to Wickham!

    Fab, love them!

    As seen first at Square Roots Promotions 😀

    For those who've been asking, Merry Hell will perform TWICE at Wickham 2020. A full band set on Saturday evening followed by an acoustic set on Sunday afternoon. www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwt6Yr1qpvI ... See MoreSee Less

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    There's always something for everyone at Wickham. I usually find some treat gems in the unknown to me artists. Looking forward to see what surprises this year brings.

    Well i went for 1 day last year and seen lindisfarne, ralph mcTell, my hero, then Sam Browns heros, then saw gilbert O Sullivan, who blew me away plus other very good acts. As i had enjoyed it so very much i decided to book for the full 4 days plus localish hotel plus flight from Cyprus to Gatwick, plus train fare. Now looking at performers what a waste of time as only know 2. Leo Sayer, who is crap and Scottish singer???? Thats how good this years turn out is what a waste of time.

    I've never heard them, but heard a lot about them and they're clearly very popular, so looking forward to seeing them.

    I think the bill you have announced so far is stunning, every new announcement makes me say yeh again and again.

    Paul Campbell this is a great little festival and I know you’re a fan of these guys.

    Great band .... a must

    Oh yes!😊

    They are BRILLIANT

    Excellent..how about coco and the butterfields

    Rub the salt in, go on....☹️

    Pete Wheeler

    Shelley Hackett!

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