March 28, 2019 10.19 am This story is over 33 months old

New rock festival coming to Lincolnshire Showground

Get ready to rock ‘n’ roll

A new three-day rock festival is heading to the Lincolnshire Showground in less than two months.

The Wildhearts, Hardcore Superstar and The Virginmarys will be among the bands to perform at Call Of The Wild Festival. The festival is the vision of a small team with collectively over 60 years of experience in the music industry.

Call Of The Wild Festival.

The festival will be held from May 24-26 at an event boasting three stages – Kilmister stage (main outdoor), Cloven Hoof stage (indoor) and Badlands Festival stage (indoor).

Adult day tickets are priced between £33 and £44 depending which of the three days people want to attend. A weekend ticket without parking and camping is priced at £84.

Child tickets and other options are available – click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

There are glamping options. Camping/Campervans and Caravans are welcome. There is also car parking for both short and long stay.

There will also be lots of bars, food stalls and market traders.

The bands

The Wildhearts, Hardcore Superstar from Sweden and The Virginmarys will be among the bands playing at the festival. It is Hardcore Superstars’ only UK date planned for 2019.

The Virginmarys, who headlined Primordial Radio AGM in 2018, will lead the outdoor main stage at the event.

There will also be some of the best new wave of British Rock Bands including The Treatment, Tax The Heat, Those Damn Crows, Trucker Diablo, Last Great Dreamers, Bigfoot, The King Lot, Falling Red and Theia.

Kickin Valentina from Atlanta will fly in for an exclusive debut UK show. Bullets & Octane based out of Hollywood will also feature at the festival including a vast array of different genres of music.

For more information about the event click here or sign up to the mailing list to receive 10% off the Weekend Ticket.

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