Four Bands You Cannot Miss at Wickham Festival 2016.

Set just two miles north of Fareham in the heart of the Hampshire countryside, Wickham Festival returns this weekend. The festival is showcasing its best lineup yet including the likes of The Stranglers, From The Jam and Tony Hadley headlining the event, plus an eclectic mix of new and old bands across the weekend.

Here are four bands which you definitely can’t not miss across the weekend of Wickham Festival.

Marmalade Moonshine

When and where? Sunday 7th August at 13.30 at Quay West Cave.

Marmalade Moonshine are a Fareham based rock and roll band whose sound is influenced by the likes of Arctic Monkeys, The Beatles and Oasis. The band have been gigging across Hampshire since their formation and their latest track ‘Walk Of Shame’ was released just two weeks ago.

Native People

When and where? Saturday 6th August at 21:00 at the Quay West Cave.

Native People are a four piece indie pop band from Folkestone whose music glistens with the sound of summer. The band have recently been featured on Clash and their latest four track EP ‘To Lose What’ will be released on the 5th August 2016.

The Bayonettes

When and where? Saturday 6th August at 15:00 at the Quay West Cave.

The Bayonettes are a rock band based in Portsmouth whose music combines energetic vocals and dynamic, powerful instrumentation throughout. Their latest single ‘Generation’ was released a few days ago.

Arcade Hearts

When and where? Saturday 6th August at 16:30 at the Quay West Cave.

Arcade Hearts are an indie/ psychedelic dance quartet from Gosport. Despite not having any recorded material online in the way of singles yet, the band showcase an infectious live performance from live recordings.

Wickham Festival 2016 takes place this weekend from the 4th-7th August and tickets (including weekend, day and evening) are still available for purchase by clicking here.

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