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Wychwood Festival, Cheltenham Race Course 30 MAY–1 JUNE 2025 Press Review

A great day out for the family and those who want to have a great time.

A bonus, being out in open fields and fresh air, good music, lots of places to grab a bite to eat, adding a touch of karaoke in the mix and you had Wychwood Festival. A roster of artists from the past and present, belted out their hits both old and new. The crowd were receptive, welcoming and there to have a good time. There was an air of ease and expectancy, and a real nice 'togetherness' vibe, as families got comfortable, setting up home from home for the next few days, as tent city sprung to life in the background.

There was a mixed roster of line-ups over the two days from Sister Sledge, Mr Motivator, Texas, Corrine Bailey-Rae, The Hoosiers, Big Country to comedian Shazia Mirza. There was something for everyone.

In between roaming around the festival, enjoying a plate of fish and chips, and being enticed by ice-cream and drinks, I was a happy bunny. The atmosphere was one of community and fun. I was lured to positioning myself at the main stage capturing incredible moments. Moments of nostalgia for me, as I stood there at times, like a child in a toy shop, still mesmerised by these incredible people who were part of my teenage years and beyond, and who there, right in front of me, as I stared up at them, through the lens of my camera, from them Press pit in total appreciation. I was also glad that a good friend Rachel Baldwin had come along to be part of what was in essence, a celebration of legends, pioneers and indie artists.

Corine Bailey Rae

Big Country

Sister Sledge


Book your tickets for next year. It will be well worth it

Thank you to Hush PR

Photo and Video Credits: Esther Austin Global

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Esther. This sounded and looked like a b great time..I'm sure the music was off the chain

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