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4th Stage Added 

A 4th Stage has been confirmed for the 2014 Woolley Festival, showcasing local talent and diversity.

Set up as a "satellite" stage to the Electric Stage, the stage will operate for all three days of the event.

Friday's acts have already been announced as the raucous Kennet & Avon Canal based nautical folk act Calico Jack, and The Frome Ukulele Club, who will perform half hour sets before Chas & Dave and Joe Brown respectively. 

Saturday will see performances from young Frome based singer/songwriter and pianist Molly Ross, Frome/Taunton based acoustic trio The Elusive Bright, Broughton Gifford based singer/songwriter Kate Lomas, Trowbridge based acoustic trio After Aura, and playing a 45 minute set between Dreadzone and The Selecter, Frome based 8-piece African Fusion Dance band Baku Dan.

Sunday will see performances from acoustic singer/songwriter Ayesha Tizard, a number of performances from the Chippenham based alternative male vocal choir End Of The Track and with a half hour set preceding Jesus Jones, Bradford on Avon based acoustic duo These Talking Trees.

Supporting local talent is very important to us, and the line up of this stage further enhances the plethora of locally based acts already scheduled to appear across all three of our previously announced stages, alongside National and International artists.

Avoid disappointment, and book your ticket NOW!


Yes folks, you read that right - we are very pleased to announce a late addition to the 2014 Woolley Festival line up - Ginger Baker's Jazz Confusion will be joining us on Sunday 7th Sept.

Once voted "the musician least likely to survive the 60's", 2014 sees the legendary drummer Ginger Baker (Cream, Blind Faith) continuing to prove them all wrong, releasing "Why?", his first album in 16 years.

This African Jazz Fusion project, features the astonishing talents of Saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis (James Brown, Van Morrison), bassist Alec Dankworth (Dave Brubeck, John Dankworth) and vibrant Ghanaian percussionist Abass Dodoo.

Tickets are shifting faster than predicted - don't miss out, get them NOW!

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