This free music festival for charity takes place in the condiment obsessed British city.
Hey there you little saucepots, how you doing!? If you're looking for a music festival that promises fun for all the family, look no further than Worcester. Unless you are standing behind a lampost, in which case, move your head around so you can see Worcester properly. A three day charity event, WMF celebrates emerging talent whilst raising money for a good cause. Dotted all around the city, it's the perfect metropolitan option for those not keen on whacking out the wellies and trudging through the mud all weekend.
Just don't forget, the people of Worcester take their condiments very seriously. You shouldn't be seen dead using ketchup. In fact, if you do, you will be seen dead.
Worcester is only 17 miles south of Birmingham and has accommodation for every available budget, so it's well worth the trip.
How do I get there?
By bus: For full details of bus times, routes and stops, click HERE.
By train: Trains to and from Worcester run regularly from the following places: Birmingham, Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Evesham, Hereford, Kidderminster, London Paddington, Malvern, Pershore, Redditch
By road: Worcester is easily accessible from Junctions 6 and 7 of the M5. They recommend using the Park & Ride schemes within Worcester wherever possible. Alternative car parks within Worcester City Centre can be found at www.worcester.gov.uk/parking.
From the M5 Motorway, Junction 5, Southbound: Follow signs for the A38 westbound for Droitwich & Worcester via Droitwich bypass and Fernill Heath. Then follow signs for the Park and Ride (P&R) from Fernhill Heath, along Droitwich Road.
From the M5 Motorway, Junction 6, Southbound and Northbound: Take the A449 towards Kidderminster. Then follow signs for 'P & R Worcester North' via Fernhill Heath from the A449, Kidderminster, towards the M5 Motorway. From Claines Island follow signs for M5 and Blackpole. Then follow signs for 'P & R Worcester North' via Fernhill Heath.
From the M5 Motorway, Junction 7, Northbound: Take the first exit from the M5, then follow the A44 into the centre of Worcester, following signs for Worcester City Centre.
From A44 East: At Spetchley Island follow the A4538 towards Droitwich and the M5, Junction 6. At Junction 6 island (Sixways) take the third exit A449 towards Kidderminster. Follow signs for 'P & R Worcester North', via Fernhill Heath.
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now