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Teddy Rocks 2021

at Charisworth Farm, Blandford
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A festival with a big heart, Teddy Rocks festival is on a mission to fight Children's Cancer with Rock! Set Up by Tom Newton in Memory of his 10 year old brother Ted who sadly lost his fight in 2010 to a rare bone Cancer. From a back room in a pub to a green field site with camping, the festival has raised over £250,000.

Four stages, over 100 acts, silent disco, food and trade stalls, activities, music workshops and loads more make this the perfect festival for everyone. Families love this event and there is plenty to do for the little ones too!

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

Headliners

Friday 30th April
Saturday 1st May
Sunday 2nd May

Headliners

The Wurzels

The Wurzels appearing at this event

Formed in 1966 by Adge Cutler, the Bard of Avonmouth, this bunch of haystack-headed, cider-soaked and dung-booted, not-quite-so-young Avonside lads play good-time traditional Zummerzet Scrumpy 'n' Western music. The band has had considerable commercial success, from their 1967 anthem Drink Up Thy Zider, to the heights of the chart-topping Combine Harvester in 1976. Big in Nempnett Thrubwell, The Wurzels continue to play over 100 shows a year to sell out crowds all over the country, with regular festival appearances at Bestival, Guilfest, Finsbury Park and Glastonbury.

See 31 tour dates featuring The Wurzels

The Amazons

The Amazons appearing at this event

The Amazons are a blistering, melodic rock quartet from Reading. Fusing the sheer force of Nineties punk and grunge (Nirvana and Rage Against The Machine) with the melodic sensibilities of more contemporary acts like Bombay Bicycle Club and Tame Impala, The Amazons are beauty and aggression wrapped together harmony.

See 4 tour dates featuring The Amazons

The Fratellis

The Fratellis appearing at this event

Glasgow trio The Fratellis had phenomenal success with their debut album 'Costello Music' entering the UK Album Chart at number 2, spawning the huge anthem 'Chelsea Dagger; and went on to win the Best British Breakthrough Act at the Brit Awards in 2007. They went on a 4-year hiatus in 2009 to pursue solo projects, but returned in 2012 and have been on the road and recording ever since, with their 6th album 'Half Drunk Under A Full Moon' released in May 2020.

See 16 tour dates featuring The Fratellis

Charisworth Farm

  • Blandford
  • DT11 9AN

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