More Bands Announced For Call Of The Wild Festival: Tickets On Sale Now!

Following the exciting announcement of the brand new Call Of The Wild Festival, a 3-day festival taking place on 24th-26th May 2019, at the beautiful and historic Kirklinton Hall, near Carlisle,  Call Of The Wild has just announced a new raft of bands that will be gracing the stage at the festival, new additions are:

A Jokers Rage are bringing their winning mix of powerhouse rock, hugely memorable tunes and a delivery not unlike being trampled by a herd of dinosaurs with their haemorrhoids on fire.

Assembled from parts lying around Melbourne in 2012, Australia’s Massive are a volatile macho-rock engine fueled on adrenaline, lager and a determination to party hard. Known to travel thousands of miles across the baking desert between gigs, these riot-starting, fist swinging road dogs mean business.

Hailing from Northern Ireland, Trucker Diablo are set to bring their huge stadium quality sound to Call Of The Wild. With 3 full-length albums and a couple of EP’s under their belt, this band isn’t just road tested, it smashed the road and rebuilt it!

The King Lot are descending on the festival from Central Scotland, currently working their 2nd album, these guys have played around the UK with bands such as The Answer, Inglorious, FM, Big Country, Dan Reed Network, Electric Boys, Beasto Blanco, The Last Vegas, Vain, H.E.A.T., Supercharger, Thundermother, Love/Hate, Quireboys, Venrez.

Proving that 2 heads are just as good as five, Rival Bones will be serving their raucous hard rock to the masses at Call Of The Wild. These guys have turned enough heads to land a slot at the Isle Of Wight Festival 2018. and we know they’ll rock the stage with us next May.

Stevie R Pierce & The Hooligans, as a member of Warrior Soul and guitarist for Jizzy Pearl’s Love/Hate, it’s hard to fathom how Stevie R Pierce has time for a solo career! But along with his Hooligans, he’s making music that stands tall, with a distinct raw sound & classic UK flavour.

Being imported from Italy, Speed Stroke add a touch of Sleaze to their Hard Rock.  Riffs aplenty, and smothered with a healthy dose of attitude, expect blazing guitars, soaring vocals and probably a bandana or two!

Situated just north of the border city of Carlisle, Kirklinton Hall and grounds is set to host a brand new music festival that will deliver world-renowned international rock bands alongside a host of breakthrough acts from near and far.  Welcome to Call Of The Wild.

From 24th – 26th May around 70 bands will perform over three stages along with a craft village, children’s entertainment and re-enactments.

Initial tickets are on sale now, with prices will starting from £79 per person for a three-day pass and camping (Tier 1). Tickets can only be purchased through the festival’s website:

Tickets are available to either buy right now, with the added affordability options of paying by deposit or payment plan.

Alongside, family and children’s tickets, VIP camping that will include Yurts, Bell tents & other Glamping options will be available soon. Prices will vary according to the size of the booking party. Several bars and catering vans will be onsite, catering to a wide variety of tastes and requirements.

Previously announced bands for the first Call Of The Wild are:

The Virginmarys as Friday night headliners. The Macclesfield punk rockers formed in 2009 and have toured all over the world with the likes of Slash, Shinedown, Terrorvision, Skunk Anansie, Eagles of Death Metal, The View, Ash, Feeder, Queens Of The Stone Age and We Are Scientists, as well as playing their own headline gigs throughout UK, Europe, US and Japan.

Atlanta based rockers Kickin Valentina with their highly anticipated UK arrival.

Celebrating 20 years of rockin’, Bullets & Octane (Los Angeles) release their new album “Waking Up Dead”  25th May worldwide and will be sure to bring the ‘wild’ to Call Of The Wild.

Rising rockstars Falling Red continue the hard-rockin’ party, making the festival their only Cumbrian show of 2019. They’ll be raising the proverbial roof as a local band at Call Of The Wild.

Bringing their rock n roll with a punk soul attitude, Leeds based The Idol Dead will be ripping up the stage, after gaining a reputation as one of the hardest-working DIY bands in the UK right now.

And the final band being announced are the hot property, Digital Criminalswho will be raising hell with their rocky pop-punk from across the border in Wales,

Committed to showcasing huge sounds and high energy performances, the line-up will shake the very foundations of the historic location of Call Of The Wild‘s inaugural festivitie.

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