Situated just north of the border city of Carlisle, Kirklinton Hall and grounds is set to host a brand new music festival that will deliver world-renowned international rock bands alongside a host of breakthrough acts from near and far. Welcome to Call Of The Wild. From 24th – 26th May around 70 bands will perform over three stages along with a craft village, children’s entertainment and reenactments.
Prices will start from £79 per person for a three-day pass and camping (Tier 1). There will be a VIP area that will include Yurts, Bell tents & other Glamping options. Full pricing available soon, prices will vary according to the size of the booking party. Several bars and catering vans will be onsite, catering to a wide variety of tastes and requirements.
Tickets go on sale on the 15th June, full information to be released, please check the Facebook page for news.
Kicking off the band unveiling, Call Of The Wild is proud to announce The Virginmarys as Friday night headliners. The Macclesfield rockers formed in 2009 and have toured all over the world with the likes of Slash, Shinedown, Terrorvision, Skunk Anansie, Eagles of Death Metal, The View, Ash, Feeder, Queens Of The Stone Age and We Are Scientists, as well as playing their own headline gigs throughout UK, Europe, US and Japan.
Named ‘Best Breakthrough’ act at the 2013 Classic Rock Awards, The Virginmarys have gone from strength to strength with Spotify and iTunes streaming into the millions.
Also confirmed for the first Call Of The Wild are Atlanta based rockers Kickin Valentina with their highly anticipated UK arrival.
Celebrating 20 years of rocking, Bullets & Octane (Los Angeles) release their new album “Waking Up Dead” 25th May worldwide and will be sure to bring the ‘wild’ to Call Of The Wild.
Rising rockstars Falling Red continue the hard-rockin’ party, making the festival their only Cumbrian show of 2019. They’ll be raising the proverbial roof as a local band at Call Of The Wild.
Bringing their rock n roll with a punk soul attitude, Leeds based The Idol Dead will be ripping up the stage, after gaining a reputation as one of the hardest-working DIY bands in the UK right now.
Committed to showcasing huge sounds and high energy performances, the line-up will shake the very foundations of the historic location of Call Of The Wild’s inaugural festivities
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