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”
Smiling makes the day go quicker, according to manic rockers Tankus the Henge.
That would explain why the Wickham Festival has flown by! Continue reading “Day 4 – review”
There was a real throwback to the Eighties as a trio of top bands made it party night at the Wickham Festival. Continue reading “Day 3 -review”
What a difference a year makes as Boo Hewerdine finally got his moment in the spotlight. Continue reading “Day 2 – review”
One way to take a break from the sun in the day or relax later in the evening is to visit the cinema. Here’s what’s on for the rest of the weekend.
Here comes the Sun! Headliner Steve Harley could not have picked a better opening song as he closed the opening night of the 2018 Wickham Festival. Continue reading “Day 1 – review”
If travelling to the Wickham Festival this weekend please note campsites are open from 12 noon to 9pm Wednesday and then from 10am onwards on Thursday.
The excitement is really starting to build at our festival site and morale couldn’t be more positive for this weekend. Wickham Festival kicks off at 4:30pm this Thursday and according to the BBC web site it’s going to be a weekend of sunshine just as we welcome Alistair Russell to kick things off.
It’s just a week to the start of this year’s Wickham Festival and today we’ve been onsite all day on the hottest day of the year so far. It’s been blazing sunshine as we commence our 2018 site build. Phew … it’s been a scorcher!
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 🙂
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.