A festival that has been awarded best in Suffolk for two years in a row has confirmed its final line-up and as it returns to Haughley Par in May.

Weird and Wonderful Wood, returning on Saturday, May 11 to Sunday, May 12 near Stowmarket, confirmed two exciting new acts on a social media post this weekend. 

The post said The Baghdaddies, a ska and Latin groove-playing brass band, will be headlining the festival on Saturday. They promise to pack a punch with their heavy-hitting alternative sounds.

Meanwhile, Mark Chadwick, ex-lead singer of The Levellers, will headline on Sunday bringing his folk-tinged acoustic pop tracks to Suffolk.

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Weird and Wonderful Wood was founded in 1994 and hosts street performers, artists, sculptors and acoustic musicians for people of all ages.

The festival focuses on woodland adventure and environmentally friendly ideology while showing off artist and musical talent from around the UK. 

It was named the best East Anglian Festival in 2022 and Suffolk Festival of the Year in 2022 and 2023.

Weird and Wonderful Wood promises to come back even stronger in 2024 with more music, art, workshops and spontaneous happenings then ever before. 

Admission for the event costs £15 for adults, £7 for children over five and children under five can come for free.

Family tickets are £40 and cover two adults and two children over five.