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One of their biggest hits is ‘We Don’t Celebrate Sundays’ but without a shadow of doubt, Hardcore Superstar will be joined by thousands of festival-goers as the curtain closes on the inaugural Call of the Wild Festival at Lincolnshire Showground. Providing the ultimate feel-good party to end the weekends’ festivities. 

The Call Of The Wild organisers are delighted to have Swedish Rock icons Hardcore Superstarcomplete the Main Stage (now named Kilmister Stage as a tribute to the legend of Lemmy) headliners along with The Wildhearts, who release their first original line up studio album in 20 years in 2019, and The Virginmarys who are riding a very welcome wave of high critical acclaim for new album Northern Sun Sessions.
The organisers are equally thrilled to confirm Tax The Heat as special guests on Saturday Kilmister Stage.

The full line up for the first Call Of The Wild is: 

Kilminster Stage
The Virginmarys
Trucker Diablo, Last Great Dreamers, A Joker’s Rage, The Idol Dead, Naked Six, BOTB Winners

The Wildhearts
Tax the Heat, Massive, Colt 45, Falling Red, Fire Red Empress, The Erotics, Digital Criminals, Stevie R Pierce & The Hooligans

Hardcore Superstar
Kickin Valentina, Bullets And Octane, The King Lot, Tomorrow Is Lost, Bai Bang, Theia, Rival Bones, Samarkind

Cloven Hoof Stage
Friday – (Rocky Shades) Wrathchild
Saturday – Speed Stroke
Sunday – Witch Tripper
plus: Hellbound Hearts, Tantrum, Lords Of Ruin, Chasin’ The Train, New Generation Superstars, Black King Cobra, Silk Road, The Kut, Stand Alone, Burnt Out Wreck, Everyday Heroes, The Sourheads, Psychobabylon, Concrete Kingdoms, Bad Pollyanna, Drudge, Hot Hot Death, The Dissident Youth

Badlands Stage
Friday – Razorbats
Saturday – Ducking Punches
Sunday – The Human Project
plus: Miss Vincent, Northern Captives, Droll Man, The Finest Hour, Cadence Noir, Guts, The Spangles, Three Day Millionaires, Heartsink, Beachmaster, False Flags