4 - 7 August 2022 / Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire

Wilderness Festival


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WILDERNESS FESTIVAL LINE-UP 2022

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Wilderness Festival Tickets


General Camping Tickets

Located alongside the swimming and boating lakes, this campsite offers stunning views of the festival. All you need to do is book, bring your tent, choose a spot and set up camp for the weekend. Simple.

Quiet Camping

For those of you who want a little extra shut eye. As such, if you're staying in this campsite, we ask that you do not bring portable sound systems or children under the age of eight. It's a little further from the Main Arena so if you fancy a late-night party, we may ask you to head back that way after 10pm (the unofficial curfew).

Boutique Camping

A stunning place to call home for four days, in a prime location near the arena, with an eclectic range of accommodation for you to choose between. Exclusive perks include a 24-hour reception, concierge service, a dedicated restaurant and bar, luxury toilets and showers, free pamper parlour, complimentary parking and trolley service to get your bags to your accommodation. Festival Tickets are not included in your accommodation price and must be booked separately. You can only stay in this campsite if you book Boutique Accommodation (large enough for your whole party) and a General Camping ticket (1 per person).

Meadow Camping

Don't fancy the faff of bringing and pitching your own tent? Meadow Camping offers unfurnished, pre-pitched Meadow Accommodation, so all you need to do is arrive ready to enjoy the festival. Festival tickets are not included in your accommodation price and must be booked separately. You can only stay in this campsite if you book Meadow Accommodation (large enough for your whole party) and a General Camping ticket (1 per person).

Family Camping

Exclusively for those of you bringing little ones. It's close to the Arena and Family Field, saving little legs from getting too tired. Perfect for a family weekend away. Just don't forget your tent. Under 18 tickets can only be booked alongside an adult ticket (max 4 per adult), add these on during the booking process.

Live in Vehicle Camping

Our only campsite that can accommodate live-in vehicles, caravans, campervans and tents together. You can only stay in this campsite if you book a Live-In Vehicle Pass (1 per 6x7m pitch) and General Camping ticket (1 per person). If you don't have both, you cannot stay in this campsite.

Please note:

Accessibility Camping

Wilderness welcomes deaf and disabled guests and is working harder than ever to make the show as accessible as possible for everyone. Read our full Accessibility Information here.

Accessibility Campsite - Our dedicated Accessibility Campsite is for wheelchair users and those with mobility restrictions. It is the closest to the arena, benefiting from a private central car park and hard road from its entrance. To apply stay here, please book a General Camping ticket below and then register for the Accessibility Campsite via our Accessibility Application Form (details on this below).

Companion Tickets - We operate a companion ticket scheme for eligible guests. Only available for teen and adult tickets. If you'd like to apply for this, please do not book a ticket for your companion as this will not be refunded if they are approved for a companion ticket. If you do not fit the criteria for a Companion ticket but still wish to bring someone and the event has sold out by the time we inform you, we can make a ticket available to book.

Accessible Facilities - Accessible facilities at Wilderness include accessible loos, a viewing platform and BSL Interpreting Services. Read our full Accessibility Information here.

To apply for any of these, first book your relevant campsite ticket, then register via our Accessibility Application Form. Please note this form is currently unavailable, so please sign up to the Wilderness Accessibility mailing list and we will let you know when the form goes live. For further information contact the Festival Republic Access Team on accessuk@festivalrepublic.com or 0207 009 3490.

Non-Camping

For those of you who prefer not to camp, choose this option and use your wristband to come and go from the festival, as long as it's within the gate times, released nearer to the festival.

Red Fox Cycling tickets

What better way to start your weekend than by joining Red Fox Cycling and extending it into the perfect mini-break with their ride to Wilderness?

Starting in Richmond London, you'll cycle through the beautiful Thames-side towns of Berkshire and the picture-perfect villages of rural Oxfordshire. You'll camp overnight in a woodland retreat, getting to know each other around the campfire or over dinner in a quaint village pub. With guides and a support van on hand, providing food, mechanical support and plenty of encouragement. They can even bring you and your bike back to Richmond after the festival. This ride is open to cyclists of all levels and ability, you just need to be moderately fit and capable of cycling approximately 46 miles per day.

Car Park Passes

One Car Park Pass required per vehicle. £1 from every pass booked will be donated to ecolibrium, turning your fossil-fuel travel miles into a direct investment in renewable energy. Make sure you book the correct pass for your campsite.

  • Family Car Park Pass
  • General / Quiet Car Park Pass
  • Meadow Car Park Pass
  • Boutique Car Park Passes are included with your accommodation

About Wilderness festival 2020

About Wilderness 2022

Wilderness is a four-day boutique festival spanning Music, The Arts, Food and Wellbeing, all set amidst the idyllic surroundings of Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire.

With an eclectic line-up featuring Music and the Arts, a range of Feasting and Dining experiences, Talks and Debates to inspire, a dedicated Sanctuary catering to your every wellbeing need, a Family Field to keep the little ones entertained, two beautiful swimming lakes and a whole forest ready for you to explore; it's safe to say Wilderness is your perfect weekend escape.

Camping is included in the price of your ticket, so if you're planning to stay at the festival you need to choose which campsite you would like to stay in before booking your ticket. If camping's not your thing, choose our non-camping option and come and go throughout the weekend within our gate times, which will be released later in the year.

So, what are you waiting for? Explore the options below... Wristbands are barcoded for each campsite so please make sure you are certain on where you would like to stay before you book.

Boutique With a range of accommodation to choose from and exclusive perks, you can only stay here if you book accommodation on top of your festival ticket.

Meadow Featuring unfurnished, pre-pitched accommodations, you can only stay here if you book these on top of your festival ticket.

General Bring your tent, choose a spot and set up camp for the weekend.

Quiet For those of you who want extra shut eye. No portable sound systems or children under eight.

Family With baby changing facilities and a family welfare tent, if you're bringing little ones, this is the one for you.

Live-In Vehicle Our only campsite that can accommodate live-in vehicles and tents, to stay here you must also book a Live-In Vehicle Pass (1 per 6x7m pitch).

Accessibility Our dedicated accessibility campsite with facilities to accommodate accessibility festivalgoers.

Wilderness Festival access tickets

ACCESSIBILITY

Wilderness welcome deaf and disabled guests and are working harder than ever to make the show as accessible as possible for everyone

They operate a companion ticket scheme for eligible guests. Only available for Teen and Adult Tickets. Do not buy a ticket for your companion as this will not be refunded if they are approved a companion ticket. Book the required number of festival tickets (minus companion) and then submit with supporting documentation via the Accessibility Application Form. The companion ticket is provided on the expectation that they are willing and able to assist you throughout your visit, and would be available and able to help you in the event of an evacuation.

Accessibility customers can book into any campsite and still apply for a companion ticket but they also have a dedicated Accessibility Campsite for wheelchair users and those with mobility restrictions. This campsite is closest to the arena, has a central car park and a hard road from the entrance.

More information on all this and accessibile facilities on offer at Wilderness can be found here.

For any other questions regarding acccessibility at Wilderness please email the Festival Republic Accessibility Team on accessuk@festivalrepublic.com.

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FAQs

When is Wilderness festival and what time does it start and finish?

Wilderness 2022 starts on Thursday 4th August to Sunday 7th August at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire. On Thursday the car park opens at 10:00, campsites open at 12:00 noon, and the arena at 14:00. The arena will close Sunday evening and campsites will need to be vacated by 12:00 noon Monday 8th August.

Where is Wilderness festival and how do I get there?

Wilderness is based in Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire, in the UK. Please use Yellow AA Road signs on approach to the festival to ensure you enter via the correct gate and avoid passing through Charlbury Town.

  • By Car - Postcodes for your relevant campsite will be provided in your arrival information packs, emailed to you a week or so before the festival. Use these to get near the festival, then as soon as you see the Yellow AA signs follow these instead, as they'll guide you to your correct entrance gate. You can pre-book car parking passes or buy on arrival.
  • By Bus - Information about and bookings for a bus service to and from the festival will be available later in the year..
  • By Train - The closest train station is Charlbury station and there is a regular train service from London Paddington. It is approximately a 20-minute walk from the train station to the festival. There will also be a shuttle bus service running throughout the weekend between the station and festival payable by cash only.
  • By Bike - Red Fox Cycling will return in 2022 to offer their ride to Wilderness scheme – more information and bookings for this will be available later in the year.

Can I sell my Wilderness tickets?

We do not offer refunds on festival tickets. If you can no longer attend the festival, please do not use unofficial ticket agents, internet auction sites or social networks such as Facebook to sell tickets. Please use Ticketmaster's dedicated fan to fan ticket exchange or, as your tickets are mobile, you can transfer them to someone else.

Is Wilderness festival family friendly?

Yes, Wilderness is a family friendly festival with a line-up that is largely appropriate for all ages, a dedicated Family Field and ticket options for children of all ages. Ticket options include Child (0 - 5 years), Junior (6 to 12 years), Teen (13 - 17 years) and Adult (18+).

Where can I camp at Wilderness?

As a four-day festival, Wilderness has multiple camping areas for you to choose between including General, Family, Quiet, Live-In Vehicle, Boutique, Meadow and Accessibility Camping. Wristbands are barcoded to each campsite, so it is important you decide where you would like to stay before booking your ticket. If you'd prefer not to camp, you can book our Non-Camping Ticket option and use your wristband to come and go throughout the weekend provided you arrive each day within our gate times. Camping is included in the price of the festival ticket, but it is worth noting that for Boutique, Meadow and Live-In Vehicle Camping there are additional accommodation and passes that you are required to book to be able to stay in these campsites, at additional cost to your Festival Ticket.

Can I book accessibility tickets for Wilderness Festival 2022?

Yes, Wilderness has a dedicated Accessibility Campsite and operate a companion ticket policy for eligible guests. Read more about Accessibility Wilderness and how to book here.

What's included in Boutique camping?

Boutique camping is for you if you want a stunning place to call home for four days, in a prime location near the arena, with an eclectic range of accommodation for you to choose between.

Here’s what’s included in Boutique camping:

  • 24-hour reception
  • Concierge service
  • A dedicated restaurant and bar
  • Luxury toilets and showers
  • Free pamper parlour
  • Complimentary parking and trolley service to get your bags to your accommodation.

What Car Park Pass do I need?

One Car Park Pass is required per vehicle. £1 from every pass booked will be donated to ecolibrium, turning your fossil-fuel travel miles into a direct investment in renewable energy.

Please book the correct car park pass for your campsite:

  • General / Quiet Car Park Pass
  • Family Car Park Pass
  • Meadow Car Park Pass
  • Boutique Car Park Pass (included in your accommodation booking)

Can I cycle to Wilderness Festival?

Cycling to Wilderness with Red Fox Cycling is the perfect way to get your weekend off to the right start. Beginning in Richmond London, you'll cycle through the beautiful Thames-side towns of Berkshire and the picture-perfect villages of rural Oxfordshire.

You'll camp overnight in a woodland retreat, getting to know each other around the campfire or over dinner in a quaint village pub. With guides and a support van on hand, providing fBookings for Cycle and Save will open later in the year' ill open later in the year' lenty of encouragement. They can even bring you and your bike back to Richmond after the festival. This ride is open to cyclists of all levels and ability, you just need to be moderately fit and capable of cycling approximately 46 miles per day. Bookings for Cycle and Save will open later in the year

What do I need for Live-in vehicle camping?

Our only campsite that can accommodate live-in vehicles, caravans, campervans and tents together. You can only stay in this campsite if you book a Live-In Vehicle Pass (1 per 6x7m pitch) and General Camping ticket (1 per person). If you don't have both, you cannot stay in this campsite. Previously, there was an option to select a Live-In Vehicle festival ticket but for 2022 you only need to select a General Camping ticket and your Live-In Vehicle Pass will then allow you to access the Live-In Vehicle Campsite. If you're booking tickets only and staying with someone who has booked a Live-In Vehicle Pass, you'll need to arrive with the Live-in Vehicle Pass holder or get them to meet you on arrival.

Passes tend to sell out so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Live-in Vehicle additional information:

  • There are no electricity or water hook-ups available.
  • Gas cylinders must be under 7kg. No more than one per vehicle.
  • Only fully converted / suitable Live-In Vehicles are permitted. If you have any doubt please send a picture to info@wildernessfestival.com and we can confirm if it's allowed.
  • Soft structures are allowed in this campsite provided they fit within your 6x7m pitch - if you need extra space you will need to book an additional pass.
  • Please read the full Live-In Vehicle Info and Ts & Cs before booking.

When will I receive my tickets for Wilderness?

Tickets for all campsites will be mobile tickets, you will receive these one or two weeks before the festival, so please do not worry if they don't show on your Ticketmaster account straight away. You will then exchange these for a festival wristband on arrival at your relevant campsite gate.

For the most up-to-date information on Wilderness please see their Ticket FAQ page

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