Wilderness Festival

Welcome to the Wilderness, Welcome to Wilderness Festival!

This festival has everything and has its roots firmly in what true festivals should be! Whether it be well known music, new music, amazing food, literary experiences, arts & crafts or the late night shows from the famous Box (from Soho, London via New York) you are truly in for something special.
And if that wasn’t enough there are a few things that will transform your four days from magical to mind-blowing…

The Lakeside Spa, Dynamic yoga, Wilderness cooking school, Sanctuary workshops and boutique camping to name but a few! The entire suite of goodness can be found here

In summary a left-field line-up, gourmet grub and a distinctly boutique vibe!

The Vitals:

Where is it?
Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire.  Set in the Cornbury Park estate which has an enduring beauty and a sense of untouched grandeur. With a world-class, 800-year old deer park encircled by a ribbon of ornamental lakes. The immediate festival site is surrounded by 1,700 acres of the most ancient forest in Britain today and is a protected environment for native wildlife, creating a unique habitat in one of the few private forests in England.

When is it?
August 7th – August 10th 2014

Who’s playing / Ones to watch?
Music: Metronomy, London Grammar, Burt Bacharach, Sam Smith, Gregory Porter
Late Night Revelry: The Box, The Candlelight Club, White Mink
Full lineup here

Wilderness line up

What They Say…

It’s the biggest middle-class love-in of the year, and for 2014 Wilderness is set to deliver more ukulele-twanging, sustainably sourced sausage-scoffing fun than ever before. The festival’s capacity has been upped (although we’re promised the site layout means that won’t be noticeable) and so has the quality of the headliners, with London Grammar, Metronomy and legendary ivory-tinkler Burt Bacharach among the big names on the bill – Time Out.

What We Say…

Set amidst rolling fields, pretty woodland and a big lake complete with waterfall and rowing boats Oxfordshire’s Wilderness Festival has made a name for itself as the ultimate music-loving foodie’s weekend attracting. It attracts around 15,000 middle-class yet free spirited individuals who will come with an open-mind to experience all there is to experience.
The festival delivers big on fun and big variety with the focus is on quality rather than quantity.


NEW for this year – Victorinox Edition tents

Brand new to 2014, Wilderness Festival will be offering Victorinox Editions collection tents. They have been designed in collaboration with Christopher Raeburn for fashion, utility and sustainability – all the key areas covered off!  These products are limited-run pieces, (nice nice) combining exceptional design, sustainable fabrics and innovative manufacturing techniques. The range features an exclusive neon cross & shield camouflage print – made to stand out rather than blend in – and are available exclusively via the Wilderness Store here. Our advice… get ’em whilst you can!

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As you can see above its safe to say you’ll never lose your tent (or be tempted to leave it behind) again. This unique Technical Sprayway tent is easy-to-assemble, perfect for two, features a sleek engineered design and is one of the most modern compact tents available.

Other Important Information:

– Currency: Good old English Pounds

– How to get there…

With Charlbury Station situated directly on the Cornbury Park estate, travelling by train to Wilderness could not be easier. Buses will pick you and your bags up and bring you the extra short distance to the festival site. Trains run regularly from Paddington, Reading, Oxford and Worcester. To book your train tickets from anywhere in the UK, with no credit card or booking fees, visit http://www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk/

– Cost
Early Bird Weekend Camping – £126.50 (£120 + fees)
Weekend General Camping – £151.50 (£143.50 + fees)
Weekend Family Camping – £151.50 (£143.50 + fees)
Weekend Quiet Camping – £151.50 (£143.50 + fees)


See you there…

And if you fancy checking out other festivals this summer check out our guide here