Godiva Festival 2023: The Enemy unveiled as headliners in first wave of announcements - how to get tickets

The first headliner for Godiva Festival 2023 has been released, here’s what you need to know

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The first announcement for this year’s Godiva Festival has been announced - and it’s certainly not one to be disappointed with. Coventry locals The Enemy will perform at the War Memorial Park in the city on Friday June 30.

The band is the first of three headliners to be announced - with the full line-up due to be released this week. Joining The Enemy at the big West Midlands Festival are singer/ songwriter Caitlin McCarthy and band The Sessions.

Coventry singer Pandora will also be playing at the 2023 festival. She will join McCarthy and The Sessions on the Next Stage. Jack Blackman and rapper IcyDaRabbit are also amongst the acts on the first day of the festival.

The Memorial Park in Coventry is just a 20 minute walk from the train station. This means the park is easily accessible for anyone visiting the festival via train.

Godiva Festival 2023 Early Bird Tickets will be on sale through the official Godiva Festival website from Friday March 3 at 9am. Early Bird tickets prices for this year have been frozen which means they are the same price as last year. 

This means weekend tickets are available from £15 and day tickets start at £4. Early Bird tickets are limited with only 20,000 available for purchase.