This video includes some highlights from across the stages at Wickham Festival 2019. Included are performances from Graham Nash, Judy Collins, Alabama 3, Kiefer Sutherland, Holy Moly & The Crackers, Ralph McTell, Martin Carthy, Old Man Luedecke, The Spooky Men’s Chorale, Afro Celt Sound System and more!
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Pleased to confirm that The Men They Couldn't Hang will be back at Wickham in 2024 as part of their 40th anniversary celebrations. Always a great live band. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thats just great news !!!!
Always a good slot!
Excellent news! My favourite band and my favourite festival!
Great live act well done
Tmtch and tankus? Looking like its going to be a great year so far
Ooh amazing news.
Fantastic - very much looking forward to seeing them
Which night are they playing ?
Simon Tremlett ..this year we are going !
Any more confirmed yet?
YAY - thank you Wickham Music Festival 🥰
Steven C Turner
I would appreciate Graham Nash again, sadly never got to see him in 2018, but completely understand if he’s out of budget
Yay. Well happy.
Finn Murphy McSweggan
Jonathan Coppock Helen Coppock Edward Coppock
Wow 👌 remember these guys back in the day on our support bill....Great times.....Lewi 🎶🎙🎸🎧🎸🎼
Delighted to announce that top Scottish band Skipinnish are newly confirmed for the 2024 Wickham Festival on Sat. 3 Aug. Same day as Tankus the Henge. Lots more artists being announced this week. Earlybird tickets still available via www.wickhamfestival.co.uk/tickets
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Hurrah. My favourite
Superb. One of my absolute favourites......Thanks Peter and Team! Starting to drool already.....
Saw them at the Brook last month and now looking g forward to seeing g them again at Wickham 🥳
Please consider Robert Plants Saving Grace, his latest project which is very folk based.
Seen in East London. We've booked Ronnie Lane's band Slim Chance several times. They're great! Have you any photos of other roads named after musicians? ... See MoreSee Less
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Here's another. Heinz Burt Close in Eastleigh. Named after Heinz, the former bass player of The Tornados (famed for their hit Telstar)
Not named after me as such, but I’ve dj’d the silent disco the last 2 years for Bug Beats Events at the Wickham Music Festival! 🤣🤣
There's Charles Watts Way at Hedge end of course
Hi Pete. Did you see my email. Croft No 5 have reformed!! 😊
I saw Ronnie Lane’s Slim Chance in 1976 in the Roundhouse, Chalk Farm. What a great band.
As part of the 'other festival' in Pilton you will find a new road Maggies Farm, not a band member but of course from Bobs tune.
OK - I need to get out more! Here’s a little something to fulfil the request!
Can't remember where this was now but great name 🤭
Of course its Swansea so it may be the Welsh Dylan
Spotted this in Partinico, Sicily.
In his home town of Paisley.
Not a road name, but Billy Bragg Bicycles sign in Gillingham is one I remember from childhood. Obviously not that Billy Bragg!
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Yay!! My favourite place
I hope so… best place to be at the end of an awesome day!
That is great news, just love the Magic Teapot vibe. The coffee’s great too ❤️
Love The Magic Teapot it’s my festival happy place
Fab!! Loved ending the evening here, chatting to a few people or just listening 😊
This is great news xx
The best place to be for singing and tea!
Excellent especially the young lad.
I ❤️ The Magic Teapot
Music to my ears ❤️
Look good Peter