Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Call Of The Wild Festival postponed until September

Following the sad news other festivals are cancelled or postponed: Call Of The Wild is postponed until September.

The festival will now take place 18-20th of September, on the same site, still with three stages and camping facilities.

A statement released today explains the wise decision:

So, in the last few weeks, we’ve acted quickly to secure the venue, all our suppliers and secured a good majority of our existing line-up. Due to other touring commitments, we have had to swap Phil Campbell & the Bastard Sons to Friday & Massive Wagons to Sunday. We are incredibly disappointed to have lost Michael Monroe on the Saturday, but we are working very hard to bring you an equally great Saturday headline act.

We are hopeful that most of our ticket buyers will be able to join us in September, but appreciate that customers might have existing plans or commitments.

Our ticketing partner GIGANTIC will therefore be emailing all purchasers with the following options;

  • Tickets can be transferred automatically to the new date. 
  • Tickets can be transferred to the 2021 event. 
  • Full refunds can be arranged. 

It will also be possible to swap day tickets, or claim a full refund. 

Please respond to GIGANTIC’s email or — if preferred — contact them at

Anyone who purchased Earlybird tickets directly from us at the festival last year should contact & we will sort things out, on the same terms as above. 

In addition, the festival will be awarding 500 free tickets to NHS workers. These can be claimed by contacting with ID before April 30th. Anyone who has already purchased tickets can apply for free tickets for 2021.

The new line-up is on the poster below:

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Neale McGeever
Neale McGeever
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