Wychwood Festival which takes place at Cheltenham Racecourse from Friday 31st  May - Sunday 2nd June, has revealed their second wave of incredible names for 2024 including Friday night headliner's Sister Sledge. Growing in size and reputation year on year for great music programming, hilarious comedians, 100’s of workshops, children’s entertainment, it’s a feast of activities to entertain all ages across the weekend!

Sister Sledge hail from Philadelphia, sisters Debbie, Joni, Kathy and Kim became household names and a symbol of unity with their 1979 world-wide hit and iconic album ‘We are Family’. The multi-lead vocal group are responsible for some of the biggest dance anthems of all time. Lost in Music, He’s the Greatest Dancer and Thinking of You are universally cherished songs that bring people together in love, life and soulful groove.

The Coral will join Texas on Saturday. Emerging during the early 2000’s, their eponymously titled 2002 debut album was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and listed in the top 5 albums of the year by NME. Their second album, Magic and Medicine produced four UK Top 20 singles, including the festival anthem Pass It On. The band recently released to much critical acclaim, two albums of 60s-soaked psych-folk Sea Of Mirrors and Holy Joe’s Coral Island Medicine Show.

Festival favourite Seth Lakeman will be joining the bands on the main stage on Sunday. Celebrating 20 years since the release of Kitty Jay, the album that marked Seth’s pioneering musical journey, bringing folk music to a new, younger audience, paving the way for the brilliant array of folk artists populating the mainstream music space today.

CBBC's Hacker T Dog & Katie Thistleton will kick Sunday proceedings off on the Main Stage with a chance for meet and greets after the show. The multiple BAFTA award nominated Hacker T Dog is now the longest serving CBBC presenter EVER, having been at the channel for more than 14 years. Now teamed up with BBC Radio 1 host, and former CBBC co-presenter Katie Thistleton, for his first ever DJ show! Fans can expect the biggest party anthems and the greatest children's television themes of all time, as him and Katie take to the decks

Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae completes the Friday main stage music line up. The festival's new music offering on the revamped Garden Stage for 2024 extends to Lime Garden on Friday night along with local artists Devon and Jo Hill. Melin Meylin & Brogeal join the Sunday line up. Award winning stand up comedian and writer Shazia Mirza, well-known for her appearances on BBC's Have I Got News For You joins the Friday night late-night comedy line up.

Line Up

Wychwood Festival line up


Ticket Information

Weekend Camping

Adult from: £167.50
Youth (10 - 15) from: £79.50
Child (under 10): Free

Weekend no Camping

Adult from: £144.50
Youth (10 - 15) from: £74.50
Child (under 10): Free

Day Tickets Friday

Adult from: £44.50
Youth (10 - 15) from: £22.50
Child (under 10): Free

Day Tickets Saturday 

Adult from: £64.50
Youth (10 - 15) from: £28.50
Child (under 10): Free

Day Tickets Saturday

Adult from: £59.50
Youth (10 - 15) from: £26.50
Child (under 10): Free

Prices exclude booking fees.

Payment plans available from the festival website

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