Also added to the line-up today is the latest addition from London promoters' Smashing Blouse with Mausi, arguably one of the most hyped acts of this year. Lo'Jo are confirmed for Saturday's stellar programme bringing their dub reggae, African and Arabic influenced sounds, whilst Sunday welcomes the return of electro-dub pioneers Dreadzone to close the festival in monumental style. Plus Cambridge singer songwriter Sivu offers up his dreamy acoustics and electronic touches. Wychwood is proud to partner with phenomenal organisation, World Vision who will be bringing the incredible Paul Ewing to Saturday's Big Top, Britain's much-loved ska and reggae outfit The Dualers to Sunday's Mainstage and Downtown Abbey's Elizabeth McGovern's sensational, Sadie and the Hotheads. Taking place at Cheltenham Race Course from 31st May – 2nd June, weekend and day tickets are now on sale with Under 10s going for free. Full tickets details and much more information is available via the official Wychwood website.
Saturday's programme unveils Lo'Jo who are back after a four year hiatus with their joyful and poignant bar-room poetry and dub reggae, African influenced records. Wychwood's final day will close with the critically acclaimed and hugely popular Dreadzone whose pioneering electro-dub is the perfect way to bring to an end a phenomenal weekend of entertainment and long lasting memories. Cambridge singer songwriter Sivu is also confirmed for Sunday as part of Smashing Blouse's programme bringing his strange world and strange songs to a captivating audience.
Wychwood Festival is honoured to announce this year's partnerships with World Vision, a relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision confirm Paul Ewing to perform on Saturday whose previous accolades include playing the same stadiums as Lady Gaga and working alongside musical legends such as Stevie Wonder. The Dualers are confirmed for Sunday's offering with their reputation of a great festival band firmly set in stone, bringing their ska and reggae sounds to a wanting Wychwood crowd. Sadie and the Hotheads make for the final World Vision act confirmed to date and is fronted by Downtown Abbey actress, Golden Globe and Oscar nominee Elizabeth McGovern who are known for their strong country music influence and surprising fusion of Spanish guitar and melodic piano chords.
Wychwood Festival also unveils some of the most exciting local talent to emerge on to today's festival circuit who will perform on the very popular Pomme Stage. Friday sees acoustic-folk-blue artistJake Watson, Welcome To Marathon, Lady Jane & The Black Shadows, Nina Condron and the immensely popular live act Thrill Collins who Wychwood are proud to announce as their house band with their infectious sense of humour and captivating performances. Stressechoes are confirmed for Saturday alongside storyteller Andy Oliveri, Wallsall-born singer-songwriter Joe Summers, David Richards and Emily Lynn. Sunday's Pomme Stage includes Swift Manouver, alternative acoustic outfit KSH & The Going Goods, Cheltenham's Thomas Muddle and finallyLexx Keabe & Rich Howie.