It’s baaaaack! Wonk Fest hits The Dome at Tufnell Park, London, on July 30th
After an enforced absence for all the obvious reasons, the one-day UK DIY punk festival Wonk Fest will return to The Dome in London later this year.
Organiser, and Wonk Unit main man, Alex Wonk said: “Our next instalment sees us going back to our roots, focusing on friendship, happiness, and fun. We’ll be upping the buffet, upping the sweets, upping the live screen print, upping the craziness, upping all the trimmings.
“This is about every party you went to and wished you’d had a snog on the cricket square. This is about every party you went to and came home with a load of new mates.
“Let’s leave our troubles at the door and have a bounce to a load of wicked bands. Let’s grow this as the year plays out.”
Tickets for Wonk Fest 8 at The Dome, Tufnell Park, are available from SeeTickets and those bought for last year’s cancelled show remain valid.
Main Wonk Unit photo by Mark Richards
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