Good music and fun times in aid of Leukaemia research and Keswick Mountain Rescue.
What is Wilkestock? What is stock? Well, stock is either stuff you have in your shop or the liquidy base for a nice soup. Fortunately, we're not here to make you soup, but we are here to tell you about festivals.
Step in Wilkestock, a fun little festival in Hertfordshire in aid of Leukaemia research and Keswick Mountain Rescue. A non-profit run festival, it has all the makings of a good weekend, with dub, indie, rock and pop acts all joining in on the fun. So, get yourself down to St. Evenage, pay homage, and do your bit for charity.
Stevenage Borough aren't very good at football. Don't go see them play. Stay at the festival.
How do I get there?
By train: The nearest train station is Stevenage, followed by a 10–15 minute taxi ride.
By car: The Wilkestock Festival site is based between Walkern and Watton-at-stone in Hertfordshire. Please follow the roads signs from the A602 and Walkern Road to the festival site over the weekend.
By taxi: Try these taxi firms – AJC: 07554 442532, or ACE: 01438 317777. Also, you get a 10% discount when you quote 'Wilkestock'.
By bus: From Stevenage - Download and print directions.
By foot (feet?): Walking from Stevenage takes (roughly 1 hr 25 mins) - Download and print directions.
2nd Release w/end Camp: £50.00
Final Release w/end Camp: £60.00
Family w/end Camp Early Bird: £90.00
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets can be bought via the website.