LAST REMAINING CALL OF THE WILD TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE
Great news from The Call Of The Wild Festival which is due to take place at Lincolnshire Showground next month. The recent announcement from the UK government regarding opening up in England from the presumed date of the 21st June to now a delayed 19th July has put a lot of pressure on festivals, shows and clubs. Many are having to change dates again, and others are cancelling entirely until 2022.
But it’s all good news coming from The Call Of The Wild Festival as they’ve recently announced on their Facebook page that the show will still go on this July. You can read their official post below.
“In response to the many messages & emails that we’ve received since last night’s government announcement. We want to reassure everyone that we had already taken into account the many areas that required extra attention in order to deliver a Covid secure event.
We continue on this path on a daily basis and regularly seek advice from the local agencies.
If anything changes, we will be in touch with everyone in the first instance. But for now, all is very good in Camp COTW.
Extra special thanks to all who have sent kind messages of support.”
This is excellent news for the independent festival and festival-goers alike. Call of the Wild Festival, nominated as Best New Festival 2019, will still go ahead from the 8th to 11th July 2021. The bill could easily be described as the Best of British Rock! With a stellar line-up of British rock talent, including headliners Treatment, Ricky Warwick & The Fighting Hearts, Inglorious and closing the festival on Sunday night, Massive Wagons.
There’s a wide range of UK talent across many genres, including Raging Speedhorn, Romeo’s Daughter, Glen Matlock, Midnite City, Official Blaze Bayley, Lawnmower Deth , KING CREATURE, Skarlett Riot, The Dust Coda, The Hip Priests, South Of Salem, R X P T R S, The Heretic Order, Hell’s Ditch and many more.
There’s still time to get the few remaining weekend and day tickets from HERE. Plus, you can find out more about the Call Of The Wild Festival on their Facebook page and their website.