The festival of musicianship, theatre, talks, panel debates, late-night parties, outdoor pursuits and food experiences returns for a seventh year to Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire.
The 10,000 capacity festival will take place from Thursday 3rd until Sunday 6th August 2017 and will offer an inclusive and wide range of entertainments and activities that make the most of the unique natural setting.
Confirmed music includes Two Door Cinema Club, Grace Jones, Bonobo (live), First Aid Kit, Michael Kiwanuka, Toots & The Maytals, Aurora, Ray Blk, Hudson Taylor, Louis Berry, The Correspondents, The Turbans, and more.
An adult weekend camping ticket is currently priced at £178
Young person (aged 13-17 years) tickets are priced at £178, junior tickets (aged 6-12 years) are priced at £35, with tickets for children aged 5 years and younger priced at £5, A campervan ticket is priced at £65, and a car park ticket is priced at £10. A live in vehicle pass is £200.
The festival of musicianship, theatre, talks, panel debates, late-night parties, outdoor pursuits and food experiences returns for its seventh year to Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire. Wilderness will host grand ceremonies, long table banquets, & spectaculars.
Wilderness will also offer a full program of theatre & performance, nature walks and talks, a Well Being Area, Spa, Boutique Babysitting, banquets under canopies, tented talks, midnight masked balls, barefoot dancing, parkland processions and ritualistic revelry.
The festival offers musicianship, theatre, talks, panel debates, late-night parties, outdoor pursuits and food experiences including long-table banquets and field restaurants. Plus late night entertainment, side shows, performers, circus, theatre, camps, trickery, arts & performance, cinema, multi sensory delights, talks, debates and literary arts .
There will be a tent with a hyperrealism theme hosted by Veuve Clicquot, and the champagne will be served at a long-table banquet hosted by Nuno Mendes
Wellbeing at Wilderness is where the hard work of other people makes you feel special by giving you all of the pampering and treatments you probably don't need. There's "healers" (note: these probably don't comply with trade description regulations), yoga of every kind you can imagine, what's described as 'therapies', and a spa overlooking the lake.
More information will be here when available.
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