Wacky Weekender 2023

Wacky Weekender 2023

at Worcester Racecourse
From £21.20

Includes booking fee

Discover your top matches amongst the lineup via our Lineup finder

Bringing you three days of live music, fun and frolics!

Dodgy, The Bluetones, Toploader and Scouting For Girls supported by Worcestershire's finest bands and acts to keep you dancing all day long,

Main Stage

Sunday 23rd July

Dance Stage

Saturday 22nd July
  • Chunky Bizzle
  • MC Shabba
  • DJ Wonx
  • Krim
  • Pesco01926
  • Smoovie
  • Jminto
  • gd-up
  • Kennith
  • Olskwa
  • RVS
  • Illa
  • DJ Virtue
  • Impact MC
Sunday 23rd July
  • Ft. Delvin
  • Ft. Delvin
  • Ft. Delvin
  • Ft. Delvin
  • Six n Nicky c
  • Dirtboys
  • Blacklisted MC
  • Big Que
  • Tantskii
  • Ashley Tragic
  • Breach Gang
  • Bygrave
  • Ridla Artist
  • Rap Cypher

Stage 2

Friday 21st July
  • Eden Makepeace
  • Xoo
  • Dylan Boddy
  • Chalky Martin
Saturday 22nd July
Sunday 23rd July
  • The Ruben Seabright Trio
  • Jules Benjamin
  • The Orchard Band
  • Terry Walls


Scouting For Girls

Scouting For Girls appearing at this event

Friends since they were five, indie pop three-piece Scouting For Girls (Roy Stride, Pete Ellard, and Greg Churchouse) burst onto the music scene in 2007 with their self-titled debut which went on to become triple platinum and birthed the generation-bridging anthems of ‘She’s So Lovely’, ‘Elvis Ain’t Dead’ and ‘Heartbeat’. Scouting For Girls went on to release ‘Everybody Wants To Be On TV’ (2010), ‘The Light Between Us’ (2012), ‘Still Thinking About You’ (2015), The Trouble With Boys (2019) plus the mega number 1 hit single ‘This Ain’t A Love Song’.

See Scouting For Girls tour dates


Toploader appearing at this event

Guaranteed to get you dancing in the moonlight, sunlight and any other light you care to mention, Eastbourne's favourite sons have come a long way since the release of the hauntingly catchy 'Achilles Heel' in 1999. A top five album, numerous festival headline slots, TV appearances and THAT song that made watching the Jamie Oliver adverts bearable have made them one of indie's shining lights. Capable of funky blues-rock and soaring string balladry, just try resisting the urge to sing along and tap your foot.

See Toploader tour dates

The Bluetones

The Bluetones appearing at this event

Mark Morriss and the boys continue to go from strength to strength more than twenty years on. They appeared just as the Britpop boom was waning - which helped in getting their debut album 'Expecting To Fly' to the top slot in the UK charts. Musically, they endorse a tight but lithe sound, with a nod towards psychedelia, that falls somewhere between The Stone Roses, classic pop and a little touch of Oasis swagger.

See The Bluetones tour dates


Dodgy appearing at this event

The first time round, Dodgy were only together for seven years but in that time they sold over a million records worldwide, released three albums and 12 Top 40 singles, including 3 Top 10s and the Top 5 hit 'Good Enough', still a staple of the Radio 2 playlist. Now back together, the definitive line up of Nigel Clark, Andy Miller and Mathew Priest bring us those catchy summer hits including 'Staying Out For The Summer' and 'In A Room'. 'Dodgy's new album is a revelation’ (The Guardian).

See Dodgy tour dates


Skewwhiff appearing at this event

Regular faces on the festival scene, Worcester based female-fronted angular post-punk four piece Skewwhiff evoke some of the classic early 80s political punk bands like the Au Pairs, Gang of Four with a hint of Pixies.

See Skewwhiff tour dates

The Delray Rockets

3 piece band who play music from way back 50's traditional Rockabilly through to Neo Rockabilly.

See The Delray Rockets tour dates

The Reflections

Very popular Worcestershire-based covers band playing hits from the 60s right up to the present day.

See The Reflections tour dates

Rated Excellent

Worcester Racecourse

Grandstand Road

Worcester Racecourse

Grandstand Road

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