Diverse, colourful and easy-going
Wilderness Festival is a boutique UK music festival, laying on an easy-going programme of music, theatre, art, comedy and incredible food and drink at its lakeside woodland setting in Oxfordshire's Cornbury Park.
Take a stroll around its site and you'll come across sets from international artists from across the spectrum (Robyn, Bombay Bicycle Club and Groove Armada will headline 2019's festival), as well as a variety of woodland fun, including immersive games, eccentric theatre, paddle yoga, workshops, talks, debates and even a lakeside spa.
All held within a secluded, natural setting, which means Wilderness is the perfect weekend to escape your daily life and run wild in the creative wilderness.
- Bombay Bicycle Club
- Groove Armada
- Erol Alkan
- George FitzGerald
- Eats Everything
- Honey Dijon
- Tom Odell
- Caravan Palace
- Tom Grennan
- Freya Ridings
- Ólafur Arnalds
- The Cause present Adonis & Tribes
- Blanco White
- Durand Jones & The Indications
- Ronnie Scott's presents: Incognito
- Ata Kak (Awesome Tapes from Africa)
- Beating Heart
- Jurassic 5's Soup presents: The Fullee Love Collective
- Letters Live
- The Royal Academy of Arts
- Southbank Centre
- The RSA
- Sadler's Wells
- Royal Geographical Society
- Wilderness Orchestra
- Sunday Papers Live
- Hip Hop Karaoke
Banquets & Feasting
- Yossi Elad
- James Knappett
- Angela Hartnett's Cafe Murano
- Petersham Nurseries
- Josh Katz x Woodfired Canteen
- Nieves Barragan
- Dan Smith
- Neil Borthwick
- Tom Brown
- Patty & Bun
Cornbury Park is part of Oxfordshire's Cornbury Estate and is filled with rich forests, lakes and parkland for the festival to utilise.
Cornbury Park, Cornbury and Wychwood, West Oxfordshire District, Charlbury, OX7 3EH, United Kingdom
The nearest airports are those surrounding London. It is best to head to London Paddington where you are able to get a train directly to Cornbury Park (1 hour 18 minutes) and the festival.
Amsterdam - London (1 hour)
Paris - London (1 hour 10 minutes)
Berlin - London (1 hour 45 minutes)
Madrid - London (2 hours 10 minutes)
For those based in the UK, Cornbury Park can easily be reached via train, with most journeys having a change of trains part way. Charlbury is the closest station that most major train networks will run to and is a viable option to reach the festival which is just a short walk away.
Bristol - Charlbury (1 hour 28 minutes)
Manchester - Charlbury (3 hours 2 minutes)
Liverpool - Charlbury (3 hours 6 minutes)
Leeds - Charlbury (3 hours 18 minutes)
Newcastle - Charlbury (4 hours 18 minutes)
Edinburgh - Charlbury(5 hours 44 minutes)
It is possible to reach the festival by car and there will be on-site parking (which will cost £15). Driving times vary depending on your departure point.
London (1 hour 23 minutes)
Bristol (1 hour 23 minutes)
Manchester (2 hours 39 minutes)
Liverpool (2 hours 47 minutes)
Leeds (2 hours 51 minutes)
The festival is open to all ages however there are different price brackets for tickets (Child 0-5yrs / Junior 6-12yrs / Teen 13-17yrs / Adult 18+).
The following forms of ID are accepted at the festival:
- Current Passport
- Current Uk Driver’s Licence or Provisional Licence
- VALIDATE UK
- Citizen Card
- Oyster Photo Card
- NUS Card
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