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  • Wickham Festival 2014 Line Up - Wickham Festival
    Martin Barre Band Steve Earle The Dukes Bellowhead Oysterband Afro Celt Sound System Hugh Cornwell Hazel O Connor Dreadzone Michael McGoldrick with John McCusker The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain Dhol Foundation Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin The Poozies Heidi Talbot Caravan of Thieves Ray Cooper Banjovi RuRa Tankus the Henge Doghouse Boat Boys Hattie Hatstar Bemis Altan Ireland Steve Knightley Show of Hands with Miranda Sykes Rex Preston Thea Gilmore Luka Bloom John Jones The Reluctant Ramblers 3 Daft Monkeys Tony McManus Ian Bruce Ian Walker Holly Kirby Dick Gaughan and The Men They Couldn t Hang View Wickham Festival 2014 Click here to view our gallery from 2014 Wickham Festival 2014 Reviews Folk Radio 03 September 2014 Folk Roots 18 August 2014 Mint South James Blunt and Dreadzone get Wickham Festival underway 15 August 2014 Daily Echo James Blunt 15 August 2014 Bognor Regis Observer James Blunt and Lightning Seeds 16 August 2014 Bellowhead at Wickham Festival 18 August 2014 Home Line Up Thursday 4th Friday 5th Saturday 6th Sunday 7th Yesteryear Tickets Information FAQs Other attractions Wickham Village Camping Accommodation Traders Volunteers Disabled Access Getting There Media Sponsorship Gallery 2015 2014 2013 2012 wickhamfestival 360 Tour Videos

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  • Wickham Festival 2013 Line Up - Wickham Festival
    our appreciation for the following artists Wilko Johnson Public Service Broadcasting The Deborah Bonham Blues Band Sarah Savoy and the Francadians Shamus O Blivion the Megadeath Morrismen Neverland The Courtiers The Doghouse Boat Boys The Waterboys Dexys 10cc Rolf Harris Seth Lakeman Show of Hands Lau KAN Ahab Fay Hield The Hurricane Party The Blockheads Shooglenifty Martyn Joseph Spiers Boden Le Vent du Nord The Spooky Mens Chorale Lucy Ward Merry Hell Moulettes Peatbog Faeries Eliza Carthy Bella Hardy Lucy Farrell Kate Young Miranda Sykes Rex Preston Jess Morgan Rory McLeod Slim Chance O Hooley Tidow Tim Edey Brendan Power The Cathy Jordan Trio and Exmouth Shanty Men View Wickham Festival 2013 Click here to view our gallery from 2013 Wickham Festival 2013 Reviews Folk Radio 22 August 2013 Do More Mag 06 August 2013 Portsmouth News The Waterboys Wickham Festival 05 August 2013 Portsmouth News Seth Lakeman Wickham Festival 05 August 2013 Home Line Up Thursday 4th Friday 5th Saturday 6th Sunday 7th Yesteryear Tickets Information FAQs Other attractions Wickham Village Camping Accommodation Traders Volunteers Disabled Access Getting There Media Sponsorship Gallery 2015 2014 2013 2012 wickhamfestival 360 Tour Videos Audio News Festival Sponsors Search for Follow Us Site

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  • Wickham Festival 2012 Line Up - Wickham Festival
    appreciation for the following artists Jools Holland and his Rhythm Blues Orchestra with Ruby Turner Levellers KT Tunstall The Proclaimers Bellowhead Oysterband Show of Hands Steve Harley Cockney Rebel The Wurzels Steve Tilston Karine Polwart Rory McLeod The Outcast Band Nancy Kerr James Fagan Les Barker The Fake Thackrays Kitty the Lion Lady Maisery Chris Sherburn Denny Bartley The Long Notes Ducie Tinderbox Jack McNeill and Charlie Heys Dervish Jim Causley The John Otway Big Band Heidi Talbot with John McCusker Boo Hewerdine Shamus O Blivion and the Megadeath Morrismen Edward II Home Service Beshazzar s Feast Jackie Oates Session A9 Michael McGoldrick John McCusker John Doyle Rua Macmillan Trio Manran Merry Hell Red Hot Chilli Pipers The Jason Wilson Band featuring Dick Gaughan Dave Swarbrick Calan Babelfish Jack McNeill and Charlie Heys View Wickham Festival 2012 Click here to view our gallery from 2012 Wickham Festival 2012 Reviews eFestivals 09 August 2012 Home Line Up Thursday 4th Friday 5th Saturday 6th Sunday 7th Yesteryear Tickets Information FAQs Other attractions Wickham Village Camping Accommodation Traders Volunteers Disabled Access Getting There Media Sponsorship Gallery 2015 2014 2013 2012 wickhamfestival 360 Tour Videos Audio News Festival Sponsors Search for Follow Us Site

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  • Wickham Festival History - Wickham Festival
    Band The Chair Saltfishforty with Spiers Boden Skerryvore Tim Edey Brendan Power Katriona Gilmore Jamie Roberts The Treacherous Orchestra The Outcast Band No Right Turn Maurice Dickson from Ireland Roy Bailey Tony Benn The Martin Simpson Band The Men They Couldn t Hang The Spooky Men s Chorale Kan and The Shee Wickham Festival 2010 featured Kid Creole and the Coconuts headlining on Saturday and Levellers Peatbog Faeries Shooglenifty Salsa Celtica Show of Hands Eliza Carthy Martyn Joseph Wolfstone Chris Wood Steve Tilston The Men They Couldn t Hang Uiscedwr The Mighty Zulu Nation 3 Daft Monkeys Asere Tyde Cupola and Black Bart Stokes Bay Festival 2009 featured The Zutons The Proclaimers Seth Lakeman Oysterband Edward II SAS Band The Hamsters Adrian Edmondson The Bad Shepherds The Spooky Men s Chorale Eric Bogle Saltfish 40 Ella Edmondson David Ferrard Dean Owens and Kim Edgar Stokes Bay Festival 2008 featured Alabama 3 Rory Ellis The Levellers The Saw Doctors Capercaillie Bellowhead Phil Jupitus and The Blockheads Michael McGoldrick Friends The Ukelele Orchestra of Great Britain Chumbawamba acoustic The New Rope String Band Gretchen Peters Devon Sproule and 3 Daft Monkeys Wickham Festival 2007 featured Jethro Tull The Saw Doctors Kathryn Tickell Shooglenifty Hazel O Connor Dean Friedman Eliza Carthy the Ratcatchers Maggie Bell The British Blues Quintet Hans Theesink The Men They Couldn t Hang The Donnie Munro Band Eddi Reader snd The Hamsters Wickham Festival 2006 featured Sparks Oysterband Spiers Boden Steeleye Span Shooglenifty King Creosote Osibisa Los Pacaminos featuring Paul Young Osibisa Seth Lakeman Blue Horses and The Huckleberries Eastleigh Music Festival 2005 featured The Proclaimers The Saw Doctors The Undertones Bellowhead Hayseed Dixie The Michael McGoldrick Band Rolf harris Kosheen 2 Tonic and Perfect Alibi Eastleigh Big Top Music Festival 2004 featured Bill Wyman and the Kings Will

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  • FAQs - Wickham Festival
    not permitted to bring alcohol onto the festival site unless it is for the website editor Can I park my car easily There is ample car parking right next to the festival site which is free for the entire weekend Please be considerate to our neighbours when leaving and when driving through the village Can I park my car alongside my tent You can drive on and off the tented camping fields to unload load camping equipment but vehicles must then be parked in the free Festival car park for the weekend What are the toilets like We know how important this is so we have plenty of onsite toilets which are regularly attended The camp site has both indoor and outdoor toilets and washing facilities Please use these rather than the bushes If you do see anyone sneaking a pee elsewhere please feel free to point and shout loudly Can I charge my phone There will be a stall which offers a phone charging service onsite Do you have Wi Fi There is Wi Fi on site but as it is a very rural area the service can sometimes be patchy Do I need to worry about the weather It is England it is summer of course you do But with a few sensible precautions it won t spoil your enjoyment We have a big top which can house most of the crowd even for the headline acts so you can keep dry if it rains the second stage is also under cover If it does rain and we have been blessed with good weather in recent years then we have astroturf to protect the main walkways and a deep bed of straw prevents the site from turning to mud More likely you will need sun cream which you should apply regularly If camping bring warm clothing as it can turn cold at night What kind of catering is onsite We pride ourselves on the quality of food and drink available There is a wide range of food from stonebaked pizzas to noodles burgers Mexican food curries and much more Drinks range from quality coffee and afternoon tea it is a very civilised festival to a wide selection of beers and real ales Are there cash machines on site Please note there will be no cash machines onsite this year There are two free to use cash machines in The Square Wickham Lloyd TSB and the Co Op just five minutes walk from our main Festival site Can I smoke Smoking is not permitted inside the Big Top or any other covered area Please be considerate to those around you when smoking especially to children and the disabled Please note we have a zero tolerance policy on drugs though this has never been an issue Do you have good facilities for the disabled The site is fully accessible for people with disabilities and there is a covered side of stage viewing area for people in wheelchairs with a wheelchair

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  • Other attractions - Wickham Festival
    a range of family films at the Groovy Movie solar powered cinema or you can enjoy a wide range of family entertainment including cartoon cinema storytelling puppet theatre and make n take crafts tent In addition there is a digital funfair playbus laser arena bouncy castles and children s entertainers and all are free once people are in the festival arena Enjoy the entertainers who wander freely for your amusement or try out our giant deckchair then take a pic and tweet it to us festivalwickham Or show your partner just how much they light up your life by holding hands under the electronic love heart This was a huge hit last year so we are bringing back the giant heart which lights up only when two people hold hands beneath it to complete the circuit Links to some of the other attractions The Groovy Movie Solar Powered Cinema http www groovymovie biz and Hattie Hatstar http www hattie biz The Travelling Talesman Storytelling www thetravellingtalesman co uk Walk The Lines Storytelling walkthelines info Ticklish Allsorts http www ticklishallsorts co uk Home Line Up Thursday 4th Friday 5th Saturday 6th Sunday 7th Yesteryear Tickets Information FAQs Other attractions Wickham Village

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  • Wickham Village - Wickham Festival
    the village of Wickham has a picturesque Georgian Market Square scenic water meadows the historic Chesapeake Mill plus attractive church and village buildings There are also excellent olde worlde shops to browse enabling you to buy beautifully crafted gifts or clothing as well as all your festival essentials such as food drink toiletries and sun cream There is a also a wide range of bistros restaurants wine bars tea rooms and country pubs where you can relax with a drink enjoy a delicious dinner or sit down to a wonderful cooked breakfast to recover from the night before There is also easy access to rural walks and the gorgeous Meon river valley Enjoy the five minute stroll up to the festival site or make the most of the free shuttle bus Wickham is a very friendly and welcoming village with excellent road links to the M27 A3 M3 A32 The village is just a couple of miles from the town of Fareham and is also within easy reach of Winchester Portsmouth and Southampton with their many visitor attractions Home Line Up Thursday 4th Friday 5th Saturday 6th Sunday 7th Yesteryear Tickets Information FAQs Other attractions Wickham Village Camping Accommodation Traders

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  • Camping & Accommodation - Wickham Festival
    village of Wickham has several award winning restaurants bistros and wine bars where excellent food is available at very reasonable prices Hotels and B Bs There are also several shops within a few minutes walk of the campsite There is one hotel in Wickham The Old House Hotel in The Square telephone 01329 833049 plus a B B Chiphall Acre telephone 01329 833188 with ground floor rooms There is also the De Vere New Place Hotel at Shirrell Heath just 1 mile from our main Festival site plus other hotels and B Bs in Fareham just 2 miles from Wickham The hotels and B Bs in Fareham just a couple of miles south of Wickham include The Roundabout Hotel 01329 822542 The Red Lion Hote l 01329 822640 The Lysses House Hotel 01329 822622 There are also many other nearby hotels and B Bs in surrounding towns and villages including New Abbey House B B Mill Lane Titchfield Near the Abbey http www bedandbreakfastfareham co uk Telephone 01329 849763 Otters Green B B Botley http www ottersgreen co uk Telephone 01489 797181 and Strawberry Cottage B B Hedge End http www strawberrycottage co uk Telephone 01489 795289 Our scenic campsite is home to a wide variety of wildlife Don t be surprised to see foxes badgers and deer even if they re surprised to see you Luxury Camping Fancy some luxury camping at Wickham We ve teamed up with the lovely people at Festival Glamping to offer you the chance to camp in luxury Camel Camp tents that sleep up to four people have large doors full head room netted ventilation flaps and come equipped with airbeds rugs solar lights and other little luxuries that make them so much more comfortable than camping on rock hard ground Have a look

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