Wilderness 2013

Friday 9th to Sunday 11th August 2013
Cornbury Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, OX7 3EH, England MAP
£139 adult weekend camping - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 10000
last updated: Mon 5th Aug 2013

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The festival of musicianship, theatre, talks, panel debates, late-night parties, outdoor pursuits and food experiences returns for a third year to Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire.

 
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The 10,000 capacity festival will take place from Friday 9th until Sunday 11th August 2013 and will offer an inclusive and wide range of entertainments and activities that make the most of the unique natural setting.

Line-up

Latest additions are John Newman, Superfood, The Temperance Movement, Count Drachma, Temples, Luke Sital-Singh, Nick Mulvey, The Ramona Flowers, Salvation Bill, Charlie Winston, We Were Evergreen, Ruen Brothers, Kwabs, Jackie D, Crazy P, Futureboogie, The Box, Discount Orchestra, Psychemagik, and Gypsy Hill.

They join Empire Of The Sun (UK festival exclusive), Noah and the Whale, Rodriguez, Martha Wainwright, Sam Lee, The Bees, London Grammar, Michael Kiwanuka, Tom Odell, Ghostpoet, Tribes, Matt Corby, Lucy Rose, Melodys Echo Chamber, and Eliza and The Bear.

Tickets

Early bird tickets have sold out. An adult weekend camping tickets are priced at £139. A young person (aged 11 to 17 years) is priced at £65, with children aged 10 years and younger going free. A campervan ticket is priced at £65, and a car park ticket is priced at £10. A wekeend (2a +2y) ticket is priced at £335 (purchased in multiples of 4).  Tickets have sold out.

Other entertainment

The festival of musicianship, theatre, talks, panel debates, late-night parties, outdoor pursuits and food experiences returns for its second year to Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire.

Wilderness will also offer a full program of theatre & performance, nature walks and talks, a Well Being Area, Boutique Babysitting, banquets under canopies, tented talks, midnight masked balls, barefoot dancing, parkland processions and ritualistic revelry.

The Russian Standard House of Davai will come to Wilderness for the first time to offer a unique interpretation of Shakespeare's The Tempest by theatre group Footsbarn, while ballerinas, a true symbol of Russian beauty and excellence, meet modern break-dance in a spellbinding twist on a tradition.

London Folk Guild are also returning for a third year bringing a variety of folk performers to the festival.

London's Rhe Box will be making its UK festival debut joining the festival¹s Late Night Revelry line-up for an evening of innovative theatrical decadence and debauchery.

The festival of musicianship, theatre, talks, panel debates, late-night parties, outdoor pursuits and food experiences returns for its second year to Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire.

Once again Wilderness' famed Banquets, Feasts and Gastronomy return with Long Table Banquets hosted by Yotam Ottolenghi, plus chefs Russell Norman & Polpo and Mark Hix. This years sees the return of Sam & Sam Clarke's Moro Souk Tent, the and Thyme Cookery School.

The festival arts offering will be expanding to include performances from some of France's most prolific circus and theatre collectives, Transe Express presenting the aerial spectacular 'Maudit Sonnants', and after dark flying trapeze show LesPepones, Theatre de Rue, and Cirque Traditionnel.

Late Night Revelry is provided by the producers of Secret Garden Party and includes The Secret Valley hosted by Rumpus, The Bacchanalian Masked Ball with performances from The Artful Badger, Feast Of Fools and Miss Behave.

Those who are fans of theatre can enjoy tented and promenade performances from Shakespeare's Globe (who present 'Red Not Dead', Petersham Playhouse will perform Lewis Carrol's 'Jabberwocky', as well as Vignette Opera, and Tax Deductible's 'Sh*tfaced Shakespeare'.

The talks and debates line-up for the literary Arts & Encampments include The School of Life, Intelligence Squared, Tom Hodgkinson's The Idler, Literary Salon hosted by Damian Barr, Secret Forum Fiction (including Granta, Tibor Jones, Canongate, Bloomsbury, Penguin), Chris Lintott and Oxford University Astrophysics Dept, The Royal Observatory, Singalong-A-Wickerman, Shamanic Street Preachers, Dark Mountain, NOW Fest, Jim Al-Khalili with TheBritish Humanist Association, The Catalyst Club & The Odditorium, The Napoleonic Association, new ways of thinking with Natures, Charles Dickens Museum, Oxford Museum of Natural History, Oxford Museum of the History of Science, and Pitt Rivers Museum.

Well Being and Outdoor Pursuits include Lakeside Spa, The Sanctuary, meditation with Headspace, Lost In Beauty, Horse Riding, Green Crafts, Eden Project Den Building, Oxford Cycles, Wild Swims,Forest Medicine Walks, The Bushcraft Company, and Wild Runing.

Festival goers can also enjoy The House of Fairy Tales, Unicorn Theatre, Boutique Babysitting with Mortimer Nannies, The Village Hall, Royal Society of the Protection of Lovebirds, Witchwood School of Rock, Hullabalo Arts, and Bearded Kittens Cricket Match.

The Wilderness Spa returns bigger and brighter than ever this year set alongside the lakes, and offer festival-goers wood fired saunas and hot tubs along with the massages in the Sanctuary well-being area.

More information will be here when available.

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Friday 9th to Sunday 11th August 2013
Cornbury Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, OX7 3EH, England MAP
£139 adult weekend camping - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 10000
last updated: Mon 5th Aug 2013


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