Wood festival announces timings and band schedule

Oxfordshire festival features Cate Le Bon, Tunng and The Candyskins

Wood festival announces timings and band schedule
Wood Festival organisers have revealed the full schedule and times for this weekend's events.

Set in Braziers Park, Oxfordshire, the festival takes place from May 21-23, and features the likes of Cate Le Bon, Tunng and Frank Turner.

The entire event runs on renewable energy, and organisers bill it as the UK's greenest festival.

The schedule for Wood is:

May 21, Tree Tent:
Tricycle Riot (17.00)
Band Of Hope (18.10)
Inge Thomson (19.30)
Jali Fily Cisshoko (20.50)
6 Day Riot (22.30)

May 21, Wood Stage:
My First Tooth (17.35)
Neil Halstead (18.45)
Peggy-Sue (20.05)
Danny & The Champions Of The World (21.40)
Fionn Regan (23.10)

May 22, Tree Tent:
Nick Cope (10.00)
Avalonian Free State Choir (17.40)
Holton's Opulent Oog (19.15)
KTB (20.45)
Trevor Moss & Hannah Lou (22.30)
The Dreaming Spires (00.15)

May 22, Wood Stage:
9bach (13.00)
The Minnikins (14.15)
Malpas (17.00)
Cate Le Bon (18.30)
The Candyskins (20.00)
Martin Simpson (21.30)
Tunng (23.10)

May 23, Tree Tent:
Horns Of Plenty (13.40)
Ben Folke Thomas (17.00)
Timber Timbre (18.20)
Ora Cogan (20.05)
Wood Festival All Stars (22.30)

May 23, Wood Stage:
Marmaduke Dando (13.00)
Jakko & Jay (14.20)
Frontier Ruckus (17.40)
The Unthanks (19.00)
Frank Turner (21.00)

To check the availability of Wood festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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