Festival Flyer On Posted on September 28, 2017 by Festival Flyer to News Bloodstock news: Bloodstock director Vicky has locked in some great bands for #BOA18 this week … Latest update from Bloodstock Bloodstock director Vicky has locked in some great bands for #BOA18 this week 🔥 She wants to know who you think we should book for #BOA18? Bloodstock FestivalSource Facebook PostsBloodstock Festival 14 hours ago Remember Early bird tickets are only available until 15th December Make sure you secure your place at #BOA20 bloodstock.seetickets.com ... See MoreSee LessView on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google PlusShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 62Shares: 7Comments: 5 Comment on FacebookJoe Hanson if you’re thinking about going!I'll wait till the headliners are announcedI'll buy one if you book any of Memories Of Old, Majestica or Northtale. 😁😁😁Elisha Jane BurnsSam Booth 🤘+ View more commentsBloodstock Festival 2 days ago We need your help Bloodstockers!We're up for Best Medium-Sized Festival & Line-Up of the Year at this years UK Festival Awards!If you can spare a few minutes to vote for us we'd appreciate it 🙏🏻www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ukfa2019 ... See MoreSee LessView on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google PlusShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 75Shares: 1Comments: 22 Comment on FacebookIan Prince Scott your in this pic 😂Already done xDone 😊I'll do it WHEN MERCYFUL FATE GET ANNOUNCED.
Nah, jokes aside. Great festival. Best one on market in UK.Done and done see you guys in 2020 for Bloodstock number 12 for usdoneDoneDone! :)Done 🤘😎Done and done download in majorDoneDone :) good luck Bloodstock!Done ✅ 🤞🏼 🤘Done. Good luck xDone 🤘🤘DoneDone.Done!DoneDoneDone 🤘Done. Not easy as WOMAD also in that category this year (voted Bloodstock though)😊+ View more commentsLOAD MORE>>>Facebook PostsNo upcoming eventsLOAD MORE>>> Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... PreviousPrevious post:By the Sea news: Heading to Ziggys Rooftop this weekend for the Summer Closing Party? … NextNext post:London Jazz Festival news: The Shape of Jazz to Come