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Ticket Prices

Advance ticket sales have ended and tickets will now only be available on the gate over the Rally weekend. We can accept credit or debit card payments at the entrance gates to a limited extent.

Ticket prices are as detailed below:

Ticket TypePrice
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children)£25.00
Senior (1 senior citizen aged 60 or over)£8.00
Child (1 child aged 5 to 16)£5.00

Programme of Events

The Rally is open at 10:00 am both days and closes at 11:00 pm on Saturday, and 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The programme of events are subject to amendment without notice, and may be amended in the light of prevailing weather conditions. Times of events are approximate.


Main Arena

12:00Miniature Steam Rides
1:45Commercial & Military
2:15Steam Parade & Games
3:45Cars (Class K and P)
4:30Motor Cycles
5:00Cars (Class E)
6:30Hot Air Balloons *

* Subject to weather & confirmation

Country Area

2:00Cholsey Silver Band
3:00Cholsey Silver Band
4:00Cholsey Silver Band


Main Arena

10:00Tractor Driving Competition
11:30Cars (Class E)
12:00Miniature Steam Rides
1:45Commercial & Military
2:15Steam Parade & Games
3:45Cars (Class K and P)
4:30Motor Cycles


Country Area

2:00Abingdon Town Band
3:00Abingdon Town Band

We’ll also be having the “Romney Marsh Morris” performing around the Country Area band tent between 2:00pm and 4:00pm.


This year’s musical line-up has been confirmed! You can see the main stage acts and times detailed below.


Main Stage

12:00DrumclubMore Info
12:15Matt SaxtonMore Info
1:15Heather Jayne & the Red ShoesMore Info
3:00Lonely TouristMore Info
4:30The MysteriesMore Info
6:15Triple O bandMore Info
9:00The LightyearsMore Info


Main Stage

12:00Baron MaraMore Info
1:00Jon FletcherMore Info
2:10Dolly And The ClothspegsMore Info
3:25WobMore Info
4:15Damian ClarkeMore Info

Festival of Ale

Held each year as part of the Woodcote Rally, the ‘Festival of Ale’ is run and managed by South Oxfordshire CAMRA. Hosting over 30 ales and ciders, wine, and soft drinks for the kids.

Help us reduce waste and enjoy more of your pint!

To help us reduce the number of disposable beer cups we throw away, you’ll be asked to purchase a re-usable souvenir plastic beer cup costing 50p. By bringing it back to the bar for refill you’ll be saving unnecessary waste. They are less sloppy than the floppy cups so, with a bit of luck, you’ll spill less beer.


Below are the breweries supplying the beers for this year’s Festival of Ale.

Provisional Beer List

Below are the provisional beer, cider, and lager lists for this year’s Festival of Ale. You can download the 2019 provisional beer list tasting notes if you want to find out a little bit more about the beers on offer at this year’s Festival of Ale.

* This list is subject to change without notice


Amwell SpringsStay JammyAmber (Bitter)3.8
Bingham’sTwyford TippleAmber (Bitter)3.7
Brew 58Brew 58 IPAGolden3.6
Little OxDark & SeedyDark (Stout)5.6
Little OxRoad RunnerAmber (Bitter)3.9
LoddonFerryman’s GoldGolden4.2
LoddonForbury LionAmber (Strong)5.5
LoddonHoppitAmber (Std Bitter)3.5
Loose CannonAbingdon BridgeAmber (Best Bitter)4.1
Loose CannonBeauty And The YeastAmber (Best Bitter)4.4
Love BeerDoctor RooGolden3.7
Love BeerOG Extra Pale AleGolden4.1
OxbrewSummer SessionsGolden3.2
RidgewayBitterAmber (Best Bitter)4.0
RidgewayIPA (Gluten Free)Golden (Srong)5.4
SirencraftBroken Dream Breakfast StoutDark (Stout)6.5
SirencraftYulu Pale AleGolden3.6
StardustEnglish BitterAmber (Best Bitter)4.0
StardustLittle JesterAmber (Bitter)3.6
Two CocksRoundhead BitterAmber (Best Bitter)4.2
West BerksGood Old BoyAmber (Best Bitter)4.0
West BerksMagg’s Magnificent MildDark (Mild)3.8
West BerksMaharaja IPAAmber5.0
West BerksMr Chubb’s Lunchtime BitterAmber (Std Bitter)3.7
White HorseOxfordshire BitterGolden3.7
White HorseVillage IdiotGolden4.1
Windsor And EtonConqueror Black IPADark5.0
Windsor And EtonKnight Of The GarterGolden3.8


West BerkshireSaazbruckerPilsner4.9


Tutts ClumpRoyal BerkshireSweet6.0
Tutts ClumpSpecial ReserveDry6.0
Tutts ClumpFarmhouse PerryMedium/Dry6.0
Tutts ClumpBlackberryMedium/Sweet4.0
Red DogMedium-DryMedium/Dry6.5

Food & Drink

The food and drink offerings at the Rally will be open until 10:30pm Saturday and approximately 5pm Sunday, unless otherwise stated below. Most of these stands offer hot and cold drinks to accompany your food.

Ice cream vans will also be found around the Rally field.

The Duel Fuel Tanker

Grilled food including burgers, sausages, cooked breakfasts & hot and cold Baguettes
Near the stage and CAMRA Beer Tent

The Speciality Food Company

Freshly baked pies and pasties served with mushy peas, chunky chips or mash
Near the stage and CAMRA Beer Tent

John The Greek Street Food

Grilled chicken fillet/vegetable Souvlaki served in a gently warmed Pitta Bread with a dollop of our famous homemade Tzatziki sauce

Pancakes & Donuts

Sweet and savoury crepes, and freshly made Donuts
Near the stage and CAMRA Beer Tent

The Orgazmic Milkshake Company

Fruit smoothies, chocolate bar, milkshakes, scoop ice cream, waffles and hot drinks
Near the stage and CAMRA Beer Tent

Jack's Smoke Shack

American BBQ including Beef Brisket, Fried Chicken and Macaroni Cheese
Near the stage and CAMRA Beer Tent

Banana Leaf Thai

Authentic Thai cuisine
Near the stage and CAMRA Beer Tent

Traditional Fish & Chips

Fish – and other choices – with Chips
Near the stage and CAMRA Beer Tent

The OriGINal Fizz Company

Serving Prosecco, Pimm’s and Gin based drinks for those non ale/cider drinkers.
Located between the Stage and CAMRA beer tent

Time for Tea Vintage Tea Room

Serving tea, coffee, soft drinks, cakes, cream teas, pastries, sandwiches, sausage Rolls and Scotch Eggs
Next to the Craft Tent
Open from 10am until approximately 5pm

Your Rally Needs You!

As a charity, we rely on the public's generosity to keep the rally going. Without YOU we won't be able to support the local organisations who benefit from the money we raise each year.

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