Katy Carr will play two sets today- the first set will be at 8pm – 9pm at the London Folk Guild stage and the second set will be at 9pm – 10pm at the VIP lounge. So please join us! Cornbury Estate Deer Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, OX7 3EH
Friday Programme at Wilderness –
The magic of Wilderness begins on the Friday night with the Secret Garden Party presiding over a late-night concept party. Aptly titled, ‘Where The Wild Things Are’, the Secret Garden Party crew will bring their revered radical, magical and wild style of entertainment to the estate, transforming the ancient forest clearing into a theatrical landscape of make-believe with the help of resident performers Tax Deductible, The Artful Badger and The Feast of Fools.
The camping site opens on Friday at 4pm so feel free to arrive anytime after then.
The great banqueting on Friday is offered to you buy Thomas Hunt (you will have to purchase this additionally for £27 per person via our website).
Where is it?
The festival is located at the beautiful Cornbury Estate Deer Park. This is just south of the small village of Charlbury in Oxfordshire.
Directions by road
For full directions please click here
Wilderness FestivalBUDi – linking passengers and drivers together to share the travel costs. If you are seeking a lift or if you have to drive your car please try Wilderness FestivalBUDi.
If you have spare seats in your car and if you’re driving an average sized petrol car, having four people in it will bring your CO2 emissions per person to less than travelling by train! So it really does make a difference if you fill up all the seats. Please click here for more info
There will be no direct coaches to the event. There is a shuttle bus service from Charlbury train station to the festival site.
Trains and Taxis
There is a train station in Charlbury, and we will be providing a shuttle service from this station to/from the festival. More Details will be released on this later.
Charlbury is just past Oxford on the Hereford train line, and the services runs every hour from London and Oxford. Please look at www.thetrainline.com or www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk for further information.