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Lamp's Rock on Wood festival this weekend

Live music festival in Loughborough to raise funds for Lamp.

A singer, two guitarists and a drummer on stage with green lighting

The Rock On Wood live music festival is set to return to the White Hart Pub in Loughborough from July 21-23.

It will bring together the greatest local bands from the area for a weekend of live music to support mental health in the community.

Tom Lakesman, Rock On Wood organiser, said: “Mental health is something that affects many people within our community therefore we would like to support Lamp in providing services for those that need support.”

The free music festival will raise money for Leicestershire-based mental health charity, Lamp. This will be the music festival’s second year after raising £850 for Lamp last year.

Vicki Standing, Fundraising and Relationships Manager for Lamp, added: “We are overwhelmed that Rock on Wood are supporting Lamp again this year.

"The funds raised will help us continue supporting people within the communities of Leicester, Leicester and Rutland. We hope that those who are attending have a great weekend of live music while supporting our cause.

A female and a male singer wearing cowboy boots and hat sings and play guitar, coloured bunting lines the stage

The event is run entirely by the volunteers who have organised it; some will be performing too.

A whole range of music genres will be represented by performers this year.

Rock on Wood lineup


Union State Hands, Hulot!, F’uke FighTers, New Age Grace and Talking With Ghosts.


Pogo, Dreadnought, Heather McDowall, The Mighty Quinn, Fatzorro & Sparky, The Stop Startz, Rob Newton and John Cunliffe.


Shanty Folk, Hartland Country Band, Matt Keneson, 7th Chords and Groby Tuesdays complete the line-up.

To volunteer at the Rock On Wood event this year. contact Tom Lakesman at


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