THE ORGANISER of this year’s Wychfest says the artists selected for the two-day event ‘are thrilled to be back performing on stage’.
Craig Browne BEM from Droitwich Rugby Club said: “It’s been a long time coming for the music industry so Wychfest is set to be even more special.
“We are aware that a lot are still nervous about events, but we can guarantee plenty of space, plenty of fresh air and a really good weekend for the whole family to enjoy.”
Wychfest takes place at Droitwich Rugby Club on August 28 and 29 and features The Hoosiers headlining on the Sunday, playing an intimate stripped-back set.
Headlining on the Saturday are Droitwich favourites Skabucks – a tribute to all things Ska and two-tone.
Joining them on this year’s line-up are a host of emerging national talent including Two Weeks In Nashville, Gathering of Strangers and Junction 7 among others.
All proceeds from the festival will be directly reinvested in Droitwich Rugby Clubs’ Community Sportsground, to ensure first class facilities are available for generations to come within the region.
As well as the music, there will also be comedy, food and a range of family entertainment over the course of the weekend.
As well as announcing their most ambitious line-up to-date this years festival will also see upgraded staging, lighting and sound to provide an electric atmosphere for attendees over the course of the weekend.
This year’s festival will build on the success of the 2020 one which sold out its 500-capacity socially distanced event.
Since starting out in 2018, the festival has continually sold out and benefitted the local community.
With just three weeks to go until Wychfest, there are still early bird tickets available.
Visit wychfest.nutickets.com/DRFC for more.