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Waterlooville Music Festival 2015

Music Festival


For 2015 Waterlooville Music Festival celebrates its tenth year as the largest cultural event in Waterlooville, and one of the premier annual music festivals in Hampshire. It is a week long musical extravaganza, offering a wide range of musical genres and attracting musicians from right across the county and beyond. This year the Festival co-incides with Waterloo 200, the anniversary celebrations of the birth of Waterlooville town, marking the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.

The aim of Waterlooville Music Festival is to bring music to St George’s Church and the centre of Waterlooville for the whole community to enjoy

Ticket prices: Evening Concerts £6, [discount price in advance £5]. Saturdays £8 (no discount, Last Night advance only). Young persons concession £1 (not available for the last night - under 18 years of age - proof of age may be required at the door).

GOLD Passport ticket £32 (all concerts), STANDARD Passport ticket £25 (all concerts except Last Night of the Proms). The Passport pack will contain a ticket for each applicable concert (great value representing up to £20 discount on “at the door” prices).

Contact Details

St George's Church
St George's Walk

Tel: +44 02392 263576

Road Directions

The Waterlooville Music Festival is hosted by St George's Church, in Waterlooville Town Centre.

Find the start of the main shopping precinct, on the corner of which is the NatWest Bank. (Not the new precinct at Duke's Walk). Walk towards the dual-carriageway past the bus stop alongside NatWest and then past Mann & Co Estate Agents. Continue and in a short distance you will pass the Church and Church Grounds on the right.

Public Transport Directions

Bus services 40 and 41 operate a half-hourly service throughout the evening to Cosham and Portsmouth continuing well beyond the end of the evening performances.

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