**Closed** Win a family (2 x adult 2 x child) weekend ticket to Wychwood Festival 2014, worth £290


The ultimate family festival!

**STOP PRESS** Justin Fletcher AKA Mr Tumble will be performing at Wychwood this year! Scroll down to the bottom of this post to enter to win family weekend tickets! **STOP PRESS**

Having been nominated for Best Family Festival every year at the UK Festival Awards, Britain’s most loved family festival Wychwood, will once again be taking residence at its’ home of Cheltenham Racecourse Gloucestershire from 30th May to 1st June, celebrating ten years of family, folk and world music.

Boasting a plethora of workshops to amuse all members of the family, Wychwood ensures there will be something for everyone at this year’s festival. Be sure to ignite your artistic flare inspired by a choice of craft workshops, feel energised at the many yoga classes, savor mouthwatering food, chuckle at the comedy and for the adults, quench your thirst with a variety of real ales.


To enchant, educate and excite, the Children’s Literature Festival will be featuring well-loved authors and illustrators thanks to recognised book retailer Waterstones. The return of the Roald Dahl Museum and their superior animated storytellers bringing to life the world of the B.F.G., Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The Twits.


Amusing and thrilling shows include the Electric Cabaret bringing a new mime show to the Family Theatre, percussion group Glamba who fuse Brazilian, African and Western beats played on drum kits, dustbins and congas, and the Bubble Show with SamSam the BubbleMan – the most famous bubbleologist in the world, plus many many more.


Wychwood impresses with over 100 bands across four stages including sounds of soul legends The Real Thing, heritage favorites The Stranglers, Irish New Wave band The Boomtown Rats complete with Sir Bob Geldof and disco and soul guru Craig Charles. Acoustic-genius Newton Faulkner will also be strumming into the hearts of Wychwood, whilst 10cc’s Graeme Gouldman will delight fans with a special acoustic ‘Heart Full of Songs’ set.


Celebrating 10 years of Britain’s best-loved family festival, undeniable friendly atmosphere in a stunning location and fantastic programme the celebration will be the biggest and best yet. Wychwood is incomparable to most family festival and a worthy addition to any families’ calendar.



Enter to win

To win tickets to Wychwood 2014, just answer the question detailed in the widget below, there are lots more option available for bonus entries too.

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Good luck!

Wychwood Festival takes place on Cheltenham Racecourse from 30th May – 1st June 2014. Weekend Festival Tickets for Children/Adults/ Concessions are from £125.00, Under 5’s go free but must register for a ticket. Camping passes must be purchased in addition to a festival ticket. Visit www.wychwoodfestival.com for further information and to purchase tickets.

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  1. Nicola Findlay says

    I would like to see Lady Gaga because the kids and I both know all her songs and would all enjoy it


    I’d love to see The Real Thing, but I know my little girls would love to see Roald Dahl Museum story telling. Thank you..x

  3. Kirsty Caffrey says

    I love The Real Thing and Newton Faulkner – although my little one loves Mr Tumble and both boys will love the bubble man xx

  4. Lucy says

    Mr Tumble because my two year old has just started signing and it makes me so happy to see him learn new words each day!

  5. K driscoll says

    What a fantastic prize! The festival looks like it will appeal to my kids as well as us adults. Good luck everyone!


    JUSTIN FLETCHER! I would love to see my little ankle biters’ faces when they see him in the flesh!!! He’s a legend!

  7. Isobel Harris says

    The Stranglers. I love to listen to them on sunny days. To be there wwith family would be amazing

  8. sarah scott says

    I would love to see King Charles as I love his album and my girls would love to see Justin Fletcher. Thanks for a great competition :)

  9. cherrelle says

    Most lookingforward to mr.tumble as my little one thinks he’s hilarioys and justin fletcher us just class!

  10. Penny Ford says

    The Boomtown Rats as the 80s was my era although at Wychwood the kids have more fun at the workshops. They would love to go back again this year

  11. gemma foster says

    The Stranglers – heard them in looe last year but we werent actually in the crowd, would love to actually see them.

  12. katrina walsh says

    Not sure the rest of the family would agree but my choice would be the Stranglers – have always loved em

  13. Jo Silvester says

    I would be so happy to see The Stranglers, I learned to love them from my elder brother and sister constantly playing their LP records! My sister saw them in their heyday, so I would love to see them too!

  14. Debbie Kilroy says

    Craig Charles, as my husband and I are both fans. I think the boys would rather see Justin Fletcher though.

  15. Steve Hitchman says

    Looking forward to seeing the Stranglers….Golden Brown was the first single I ever bought!

  16. Glenn Marvell-James says

    For me it would be Craig Charles, love his radio show. But my daughter would want to see Justin Fletcher.

  17. Christina Curtis says

    The Boomtown Rats!

    My dad always listened to them and I also Don’t like Mondays!!!

    I DON’T LIKE MONDAYS! tell me why..

    Love that tune!!

  18. Vicky says

    I’d love to see Craig Charles, I spend Saturday evenings dancing round the kitchen listening to his funk and soul show on 6 music and would love to do the same in a field

  19. Samantha Jones says

    Newton Faulkner my daughters have started playing acoustic guitar and now they love him as much as me!

  20. Samantha Jones says

    Newton Faulkner, my daughters have started playing acoustic guitar and they now like him as much as me!