Fionn Regan, Tunng to play Wood Festival

Britain's 'greenest festival' takes place this May

Fionn Regan, Tunng to play Wood Festival
Fionn Regan, Tunng and Danny and the Champions of the World have been confirmed to play this year's Wood Festival near Oxford.

The May 21-23 bash, which is a sister festival to Truck, takes place at Braziers Park near Wallingford in south Oxfordshire and is powered completely by renewable energy. Even the stage is made entirely of wood.

The line up, so far, for Wood Festival is:

Tunng
Fionn Regan
Martin Simpson
Danny And The Champions Of The World
Frontier Ruckus
Ora Coogan
Trevor Moss & Hannah Lou
Dusty And The Dreaming Spires

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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