A unique family charity festival with a massive heart and great customers. Every penny to St Richard’s Hospice, Worcester
The next Woo Fest! 7th/8th July 2023
Woo Fest music festival is an award winning multi-genre music festival for all ages that raises funds for St Richard’s Hospice, Worcester, England. It’s set in a beautiful location near Upton upon Severn and has gone from strength to strength since its launch in 2015 raising over £110K with every single penny from every ticket going to the hospice. We also bring you quality music from amazingly talented musicians.
It‘s grown from a small festival of friends and family to the first festival on the calendar for many new friends. In 2020 and 2021 we ran Woo Fest virtually thanks to the amazing DRPG. We were then back in the field for 2022 where all records were smashed! Every year we get a little better and every year we raise more money for the fabulous St Richards Hospice
After the phenomenal sell out success of Woo Fest -’22 we are anticipating Woo Fest 2023 to be even better. plans are underway.
The fantastic Kevin Davy White has been confirmed as an early performer - he’s a phenomenal talent and has kindly offered to play at Woo Fest as his contribution to charity and our amazing cause
Save the date and get your tickets quickly once they are available!
7th / 8th July 2023
After 3 years we were delighted that Woo Fest was back in a field and we sold out before the event even started! We still maintained the same chilled festival with 2 stages of outstanding music with camping in glorious surroundings. We had loads for the kids to do, many different genres of music and our festival kitchen cooked up treats for all.
We raised a phenomenal £25,503.28 for St Richards Hospice, up 25% from the previous festival and now over £110K in total raised, thanks for all the support!
Music by Split Second, Photos by Spectrum Photography
Woo Fest organises fundraising nights throughout the year, always great nights with superb music
Our last event was on 2nd December featuring Andy Bennett (formerly of Ocean Colour Scene), Drifta, The Cuginis, Immy & The Boatman and Nadi Hafren. It was a fantastic night with lots of guest performances and we raised £1,600 for St Richards Hospice
Woo Fest was set up to raise funds for St Richard’s Hospice in Worcester, the inspiration coming from the story of a local man who benefited from their care. Click below to read the story behind Woo Fest and more about St Richard's Hospice.
Woo Fest received recognition at the prestigious UK Festival awards, winning the Best Small Festival at it's 2019 awards ceremony! Also awarded runner up in the Grassroots category.
This was an amazing result for Woo Fest , beating off competition from much larger festivals and winning due to our charitable aims, family focus, incredible line up and relaxed atmosphere.
Making Woo Fest a great experience for the whole family is one of our main objectives and part of this is making sure kids have plenty to do.
Entry and camping is free for children and we always have activities that the kids can get involved in (such as forest school and craft sessions). Most of these are also free and we are lucky to be supported by the fabulous Jungle Jiggle
More importantly, Woo Fest is a safe environment for children, so the whole family can relax and enjoy the music.
Our regular Woo Fest kids also want to raise money for St Richard's Hospice so in the past have completed walking challenges and held bake sales - get involved!
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Photographs by Spectrum Photography, Richard Purvis Photography, Red images Photography, Firefly Aerial Images and Totally Taken (unless stated)