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Waterlooville Music Festival 2022

After a two year enforced gap, Waterlooville Music Festival plans to be back in 2022 as the town once again hosts a week long festival of music and becomes the entertainment capital of Hampshire. With tickets from just £6 and passport tickets from £22 you can enjoy a fun packed week without it costing a fortune, and right on your doorstep.

Every evening there is a licensed bar, serving a range of drinks including local real ales from Bowman’s Brewery. Big name, top quality artists include the Military Wives Choir, All That Malarkey, and the the UK’s leading Frankie Vallie & the Four Seasons tribute act West End Jerseys with all the favourites from the West End and Broadway hit show Jersey Boys. The festival concludes with the thrilling and atmospheric Last Night of the Proms presented by Don Lloyd and the Meridian Wind Band.

If you purchased tickets for Waterlooville Music Festival 2020 and retained them, they are valid for the same day / performance at the 2022 Festival. If you do not yet have tickets, they are available now On-Line at the festival website, and from 1st May at Waterlooville Fruiterers (Town Centre), Keys News (Ferndale) and Thistle Wool Shop (Cowplain). For some evenings, a lot of tickets were sold in 2020 and already availability is limited, so it is recommended that you book early to avoid disappointment.

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