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Call Of The Wild 2020

£11.00 - £1,454.95

Includes booking fee

Supplied by Gigantic

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Please note: Info provided by the Event Organiser

Lincolnshire's biggest rock festival will be back in May 2020 for another weekend of great live music.

Please visit callofthewildfestival.co.uk/ for more information.

Headliners

Friday 29th May
Saturday 30th May
Sunday 31st May

Cloven Hoof Rum Stage

Exhibition Hall Stage

Headliners

Massive Wagons

Massive Wagons appearing at this event

Massive Wagons are a young British five piece rock 'n' roll band in the great British Rock tradition. No gimmicks, silly haircuts, stupid clothes or ridiculous claims – just straight up, in your face heavy rock 'n' roll. Their influences include AC/DC and Motorhead.

See 13 tour dates featuring Massive Wagons

Michael Monroe

Michael Monroe appearing at this event

Fronting Hanoi Rocks in the 80s, Mike Monroe virtually invented sleaze rock. Hanoi are to sleaze what Black Sabbath are to stoner - and without Hanoi, there would be no Guns N' Roses or Backyard Babies.

See 2 tour dates featuring Michael Monroe

Phil Campbell

Phil Campbell appearing at this event

There isn’t much Welsh guitar legend Phil Campbell hasn’t done. From three-plus decades as Motörhead’s axeman to being voted number 20 in the pole of top 100 Welsh Heroes (comfortably beating JPR Williams, Roald Dahl and Sir Anthony Hopkins) to covering a Norweigian promoter in squirty cheese, Pontypridd-born Campbell continues to live life to the fullest with guitar in hand and humour intact. "Eschewing the grittier and scuzzier elements of Motörhead’s aesthetic for a far cleaner, punchier approach, the energy is high and there’s a rich seam of enjoyment. Think classic rock with a metal production (pinpoint-perfect guitar tones, a snare sound to die for) and a sh**tload of swagger" - Louder Sound

See 3 tour dates featuring Phil Campbell

Lincolnshire Showground

  • Grange-de-Lings
  • Lincoln
  • LN2 2NA

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