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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 🙂

Please head on over to Clashfinder and get planning!  To give you a taste of what to expect this year, here are some acts to watch out for in The Quay West Cave…

Marmalade Moonshine are a Rock & Roll band originating from Portsmouth that are a force against commercial pop music with their Britpop influenced music.  Their music is all original and heavily inspired by sounds from Oasis, Arctic Monkeys and The Beatles. Although not a fan of the phrase they’re often labelled as “Indie Rock”, but in their own words just think “Liam Gallagher style!”

Richard Morris is a nomadic surf instructor who grew up learning to surf and play guitar on the Isle of Wight. His rugged blend of gritty rock and soulful pop hooks form the addictive sound he is known for. His 2017 ‘Stay Alive’ EP propelled him into the limelight and he was crowned “BBC Introducing Artist of the week” shortly followed by “Best Unsigned Male” in the 2017 Best of British Unsigned Music Awards. His music has been aired on all 40 BBC radio stations and his healthy south-coast fan base have championed his success selling out venues across the UK. Appearing at major festivals and venues across the UK his crowd pleasing performances have seen him open for some of the UK’s top touring bands such as Little Comets, Rationale, Flyte and Guvna B.

The Collision are a young Indie Pop/Rock band from Portsmouth, UK that formed in 2016. They released their debut EP Never Gone in November 2017 to rave reviews and have a strong local following that have allowed them to play headline sell out shows at The Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth and The Joiners in Southampton as well as festivals such as Common People and Victorious on the South Coast.

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    1st-4th Aug. Wickham, Hampshire. Save £30 per ticket if you book now via www.wickhamfestival.co.uk Frank Turner; Level 42; The Proclaimers; Graham Nash; Judy Collins; Kiefer Sutherland; Ralph McTell; Gilbert O'Sullivan; Lucinda Williams; Afro Celt Sound System; Alabama3; Lindisfarne & many, many more. ... See MoreSee Less

    1st-4th Aug.  Wickham, Hampshire.  Save £30 per ticket if you book now via www.wickhamfestival.co.uk  Frank Turner; Level 42; The Proclaimers; Graham Nash; Judy Collins; Kiefer Sutherland; Ralph McTell; Gilbert OSullivan; Lucinda Williams; Afro Celt Sound System; Alabama3; Lindisfarne & many, many more.

     

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    At less than £40 per day Wickham 4-day season tickets are cheaper than Camp Bestival; Cambridge; Cornbury; Cropredy; Larmer Tree and the Isle of Wight Festivals if you book before the end of March. www.wickhamfestival.co.uk/tickets

    Seen this Alex Ward, £90.00 saving!?

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    Briony Louise is this a possibility?

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    Great news for campers! We have an extra 28 acres of grassed fields this year with a tarmac access road meaning everyone in caravans & motorhomes as well as in tents can camp on grass this summer. ... See MoreSee Less

    Great news for campers!  We have an extra 28 acres of grassed fields this year with a tarmac access road meaning everyone in caravans & motorhomes as well as in tents can camp on grass this summer.

     

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    Grass or stubble ?

    Ben Livings Adam Curtis no more spiky field! 👍🏼

    Brilliant 👍 I’ve camped and glamped and love both ! Glamping this year, the farm shop is seriously amazing for everything xx

    Cool me and my van wont get stuck then😉

    Excellent news, certainly won't miss the stubble!

    Best news, would still come anyway despite whatever the weather throws at you

    Hurrah 👍😊

    Wonderful news, whoop whoop

    Good news, will come back now, the rain +++++ plus mud year put us off for ever

    Nick Lund Diane Murley Andrew Bowmer didn’t realise there was a risk of not camping on grass! Sorted it seems

    That will be great. Just hope you have put in a few more water taps 🤞

    So disappointed I’m working all weekend this year so unable to attend. Last years was our first. I’m a festival veteran and can honestly say that wickham is one of the best out there. Brilliant weekend

    David Bishop those steps !

    Never been to Wickham festival do they have hookup.

    Yay !

    That's brilliant news. Will be using our new (to us) motorhome this year after 6 Wickham Festivals in a tent and wasn't looking forward to parking on stubble. Grass will be much better. Thank you.

    Yay !!

    And one of the best line ups for years.

    That's brilliant news ! Cracked the front of my caravan last year in that ploughed field 😞

    I recognise those steps. In fact I think I can see my tent!!

    Mixed camping too im hoping

    Great news, Wickham Music Festival, could you please display a map showing location of new camping fields, many thanks.

    Will there be mixed camping -motorhomes and tents together?

    Brilliant! Better than ploughed fields.

    That’s a huge improvement, thanks!

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    Just topped 18,000 page 'Likes'. What a great way to start the week. Thank you one and all. www.wickhamfestival.co.uk ... See MoreSee Less

    Just topped 18,000 page Likes.  What a great way to start the week.  Thank you one and all.  www.wickhamfestival.co.uk

     

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    Ann Gordon know what you mean! Its the same at all festivals these days!

    Have you got your ticket yet Janet Knightjanet x

    Brilliant festival, looking forward to this August. Booked the tickets as soon as got home from last year's festival and love how the tickets arrived in a Christmas card. Thank you Wickham Music Festival!

    Stephanie Loveridge this ones got a great line up. I think I may be getting me a ticket xx

    I for one ❤ Wickham Festival in every possible way! 😁 Congratulations on the page likes! Well deserved!

    Think I might get it tomorrow when I get paid xx will check my account xx

    It's a great smallish festival, but really needs to be renamed 'Chairfest' 🤪🤣

    Fantastic festival, wonderful music and so brilliantly inclusive - families, children, all ages and abilities and those unable to stand for long periods for whatever reason! Thank you Wickham, you’ve got it just right!

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    Wickham Festival: Thursday 1st August: The Proclaimers + Graham Nash + Judy Collins + Matthew Southern Comfort + Steve Knightley + Skinny Lister & more. Day & Weekend tickets now onsale from www.wickhamfestival.co.uk www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy9GmieAEaQOfficial video of The Proclaimers performing Letter From America from the album This Is The Story. Letter From America is available on 'The Very Best Of The ... ... See MoreSee Less

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    Caitlin Collins THE PROCLAIMERS 😎

    Bex Granger

    Eddie McManus

    The Proclaimers. A local band for local people!

    Stephanie Wickham will you and Rob be there? xx

    Bill Bain

    Leah Pybus I meant this one....

    Really hope you bring back the amazing Levellers soon

    Sunshine on Leath is always spine tingling.....

    Louisa do you want to go with me. Xx

    And us, Shirley Knot

    Carol Leigh

    Any times yet?

    The Proclaimers have put me off. Talentless, tuneless bastards.

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