Hardcore Superstar Announced As Sunday Headliner
Call Of The Wild Festival
Lincs Showground: 24th-26th May 2019
One of their biggest hits is ‘We Don’t Celebrate Sundays‘ but without a shadow of doubt, Hardcore Superstar will be joined by thousands of festival-goers as the curtain closes on the inaugural Call of the Wild Festival at Lincolnshire Showground. Providing the ultimate feel-good party to end the weekends’ festivities.
The Call Of The Wild organisers are delighted to have Swedish Rock icons Hardcore Superstar complete the Main Stage (now named Kilmister Stage as a tribute to the legend of Lemmy) headliners along with The Wildhearts, who release their first original line up studio album in 20 years in 2019, and The Virginmarys who are riding a very welcome wave of high critical acclaim for new album Northern Sun Sessions.
The organisers are equally thrilled to confirm Tax The Heat as special guests on Saturday Kilmister Stage.
“THESE GUYS ARE EASILY THE BEST NEW BAND I HAVE HEARD IN YEARS!” – Scott Gorham, Thin Lizzy & Black Star Riders
Also completing the highly energised sleazy Sunday main stage are Swedish pop-rockers Bai Bang.
Call Of The Wild are pleased to welcome the addition of the Badlands stage which features a vast range of current punk and indie bands including; Ducking Punches, Razorbats (debut UK appearance for the Norwegian band), The Finest Hour, Miss Vincent, Waco, Three Day Millionaires, New Generation Superstars & The Spangles.
The Cloven Hoof stage has taken shape and over the three days boasts a spectrum of bands from Classic rock to Post-hardcore. Headliners are; Rocky Shades’ Wrathchild (who will be revisiting the ground-breaking Stakk Attakk album), Italian sleaze rockers Speed Stroke and the raging riff-master monster Witch Tripper. Bolstered by new blood bands; Digital Criminals, Everyday Heroes, Drudge, The Dissident Youth, Gasoline Outlaws, Lords of Ruin and Tantrum to name a but a handful.
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
There is one slot left on the Call Of The Wild line-up, and that is for the festivals opening band.
The honour of kicking off the first ever Call Of The Wild Festival will go to the winner of a Battle Of The Bands competition to be held throughout April and March of 2019, at the awesome Alleykat Club in Lincoln.
The top two bands from each heat will be chosen for the final, with the overall victor gaining the final main stage slot and the honour of opening Call Of The Wild history!
The winning band will receive the following
- Open Mainstage
- Studio time to record a single that will be released on WDFD records with PR campaign
- A 12-month sponsorship deal with Cloven Hoof Rum
- Live studio session and interview on The Rock Train show at Siren FM
More details of how to enter and battle for this valuable prize will be announced soon.
The full line up for the first Call Of The Wild is:
Trucker Diablo, Last Great Dreamers, A Joker’s Rage, The Idol Dead, Naked Six, BOTB Winners
Tax the Heat, Massive, Colt 45, Falling Red, Fire Red Empress, The Erotics, Digital Criminals, Stevie R Pierce & The Hooligans
Kickin Valentina, Bullets And Octane, The King Lot, Tomorrow Is Lost, Bai Bang, Theia, Rival Bones, Samarkind
Cloven Hoof Stage
Friday – (Rocky Shades) Wrathchild
Saturday – Speed Stroke
Sunday – Witch Tripper
plus: Hellbound Hearts, Tantrum, Lords Of Ruin, Chasin’ The Train, New Generation Superstars, Black King Cobra, Silk Road, The Kut, Stand Alone, Burnt Out Wreck, Everyday Heroes, The Sourheads, Psychobabylon, Concrete Kingdoms, Bad Pollyanna, Drudge, Hot Hot Death, The Dissident Youth
Friday – Razorbats
Saturday – Ducking Punches
Sunday – The Human Project
plus: Miss Vincent, Northern Captives, Droll Man, The Finest Hour, Cadence Noir, Guts, The Spangles, Three Day Millionaires, Heartsink, Beachmaster, False Flags
plus: VIP Welcome party with Electric Jesters | MC Pete K Mally across the weekend.
The newly upgraded venue for Call Of The Wild is the amazing Lincolnshire Showground. It is set to host the brand new alternative 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 re-enactments.
Initial tickets are on sale now, with prices will starting from £79 per person for a three-day pass and camping (Tier 1). Tickets can only be purchased through the festival’s website: https://callofthewildfestival.co.uk/shop.
Tickets are available to either buy right now, with the added affordability options of paying by deposit or payment plan for a limited time.
Alongside, family and childrens tickets, VIP camping that include Yurts, Bell tents options that are available now. Prices 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.
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