Day tickets are now available. To find out what day your
favourite bands are playing check out '2014 Timetable'

29th to 31st August

2014 CHARITY MUSIC FESTIVAL

HERTFORDSHIRE, between Watton & Walkern

29th to 31st August

2014 CHARITY MUSIC FESTIVAL

HERTFORDSHIRE, between Watton & Walkern

£40 2nd release weekend

£45 Standard Weekend

Day tickets now on sale!

VIP Tickets

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Did you miss the first batch of Early Bird tickets?

Don't worry we still have a limited number of second chance tickets available.

Snap them up for just £40 while stocks last.

Main ticket release soon. Watch facebook for announcements.

Day tickets now onsale!

If you want to pop along on the day to see a particular band, or to enjoy the spirit and atmosphere
of a truly unique and intimate festival then you can buy your day tickets now. Tickets will available on the gates but pre-booking saves you money!

Buy now...

You know you're worth it!

For those seeking an even more intimate and memorable weekend, special rate VIP tickets are available where ticket holders get to meet and hang out with an artist of their choice back-stage, have a chat and receive some merch and festival goodies thrown in for good measure.

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BIG PERSONALITY!

 

Wilkestock Charity Music Festival is fiercely independent and dedicated
to raising money for two charities, Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research 
and Keswick Mountain Rescue.

Wilkestock began its life as an outdoor party for a few friends in 2006 by brothers Tom and Olly Wilkes. Having grown through word-of-mouth and due to the great success of the event, it's got a bit bigger since those days. Eight years on and the festival still retains it's home-grown ethos and commitment to championing new, local and international artists. Last year attracted over 1,500 people to the Wilkes’ brother’s fields of Watton, Hertfordshire with more increases on attendance expected year on year. Gone are the days of a few friends camping in a field over night with a sprinkling of local bands, Wilkestock is even bigger than ever!