Sunday 5 April 2020

Wychwood Festival headliners announced

Embrace, Lightening Seeds, Seth Lakeman and Sleeper join the likes of The Divine Comedy, DJ Craig Charles and Basil Brush for Wychwood Festival 2020 at Cheltenham Racecourse.

The latest Wychwood Festival 2020 line-up announcement has been made and sees Embrace headlining the main stage on the Friday night.

Other new names include Lightening Seeds, who will be joining previously-announced Saturday night headliners The Divine Comedy on the Wychwood main stage, for the 16-year anniversary at Cheltenham Racecourse.

Also included in the Wychwood 2020 line-up is Mercury nominee Seth Lakeman, 90s Brit poppers Sleeper, The Christians, as well as funk and soul DJ Craig Charles, Dreadzone and Tankus The Henge – a cult London band known for their wild showmanship, not to mention local favourites Thrill Collins.

The Wychwood comedy line up includes rock comedian Andrew ONeill and Chortle best newcomer winner Daisy Earl, amongst others. With Basil Brush expected to please kids – boom, boom!

Taking place from Friday 29 to Sunday 31 May 2020, Wychwood Festival-goers can also expect music, dance, workshops, circus skills and a kids literature festival, as well as a programme of talks, debates and comedy.

See Wychwood Music Festival for more information.

© SoGlos
Tuesday 10 March 2020

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