We are pleased to say that all performance times on both our main stages have now been added to our website and can be viewed in our line up section. We really do feel this is our strongest ever line up with so many incredible and diverse artists performing. We’ve tried to avoid clashes between similar artists as much as possible.
This really couldn’t get any better in the build up to Wickham Festival 2019. As many of you know each year our friends at Wickham History Society arrange history walks around Wickham village, but guess who is a self-professed massive history nerd? Only our main headliner, Frank Turner!!! Check out his podcasts launching this July just in time for Wickham Festival…
Wow it’s just over a month until this year’s festival gets going and we can’t wait to get welcome you all to Wickham Festival 2019. It promises to be our best ever event with so many incredible artists to look forward to and what we hope you’ll agree are improvements everywhere to make your experience better than ever before.
Great News! We’ve secured an extra 28 acres of well-drained, grassed fields with excellent access via a tarmac road running the entire length of the fields meaning that, for the first time, everyone can camp on grass at this year’s Wickham Festival whether you’re in a tent, caravan, camper van, motorhome or any combination of them all. No more stubble! No more mud, hooray!
Frank Turner is already looking forward to headlining the Wickham Festival. Continue reading “Frank Turner excited to be playing Wickham Festival”
Saturday headliner Frank Turner will be signing copies of his new book at WH Smith in Winchester on Friday March 22 at 12.30pm. Continue reading “Meet Frank Turner at WH Smith Winchester”
Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls have been unveiled as the big Saturday night headline act for Wickham Festival. Continue reading “Frank Turner to headline Wickham Festival”
Rock legend Graham Nash is the latest big name to be confirmed for the Wickham Festival. Continue reading “Rock legend Graham Nash plays Wickham Festival”
Please join us for a Thursday daytime walk on the beautiful South Downs prior to the opening of Wickham Festival 2019. It will be led by John Jones and the Reluctant Ramblers before they play a set later that evening. John Jones is the charismatic lead singer of the award-winning Oysterband who last performed at Wickham in 2017. What a great way to kick off our weekend!
What an incredible night we had at The Portsmouth News Culture Guide Awards winning the “Best Festival” category supported by the ever popular Victorious Festival. The Culture Guide Awards is the night that The Portsmouth News honour the best in local entertainment, from bands to artists and actors to films.
Over the last few days we’ve been busy updating our line up pages to show artists who will be appearing at Wickham Festival 2019. We think this our best line up ever so it’s hard to summise what we’ll be enjoying next summer, but here’s a quick run through of some highlights.
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?
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.
The Wickham Festival is here to stay! The best event yet has been crowned by the announcement of a two-year deal to stay on the same site. Continue reading “Wickham Festival goes from strength to strength”
The Wickham Festival has been immortalised in song!
Phil “Swill” Odgers from the Men They Couldn’t Hang loves the event so much that he has penned a special tribute. Continue reading “Listen to the Wickham Song from Phil Odgers”