Wood Festival 2010

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 Booking 4 Sonicbids bands
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Summary

Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to submit to WOOD, a new festival celebrating music and nature and running entirely on renewable energy. Containing a strong and diverse line-up of over 25 (mainly) acoustic acts on 2 stages, all selected artists will receive a minimum of £50 to put towards travel costs. Artists also retain 100% of merch sales.

Attendance is approximately 1,200 people. Previous performers include: Brakes, Spiers and Boden, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Danny Champions of The World, Mike Stevens, Blind Pilot and Stornoway./n/nThe 3rd Annual WOOD festival will take place on May 21, 22 and 23 at Braziers Park, Oxford. As well as celebrating great music, it also celebrates nature. Britain's "greenest" festival, the event runs entirely on renewable energy and aims to highlight green issues and through participation, promote an ecologically friendly lifestyle, with composting toilets, showers heated by wood-burning stove and a solar-powered stage.

Containing a strong and diverse line-up of over 25 (mainly) acoustic acts on 2 stages, the festival will offer opportunities for everyone (from children to grandparents!) to participate. Attendees can even spend their time dancing into the night in a bicycle powered 'disotheque'.

All selected artists will receive a minimum of £50 to put towards travel costs. Artists also retain 100% of merch sales. 4 slots are reserved for Sonicbids members.

Attendance is approximately 1,200 people. Previous performers include: Brakes, Spiers and Boden, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Danny Champions of The World, Mike Stevens, Blind Pilot and Stornoway.

WOOD is more than a music event; Local organic food and drink and campfire sing-along, composting toilets, showers heated by wood-burning stove and a solar-powered stage made of wood. Powered by bicycles, wood-burning stoves and the sun, the aim of the festival is to celebrate music and nature, so naturally it's called Wood!