WILDERNESS FESTIVAL LINE-UP 2020
The first Wilderness line-up for 2020 is here! Foals, Loyle Carner and Supergrass are headlining Season Ten of Wilderness this summer. Check out the music acts announced to play the festival so far here:
Music Line-Up 2020
WILDERNESS SEASON TEN - THE EXPERIENCE
Wilderness is a four-day boutique festival set amidst Oxfordshire's idyllic Cornbury Park. With an eclectic line-up spanning music and the arts, exquisite feasting and dining experiences, talks and debates that will inspire and ignite, a dedicated sanctuary catering to your every well-being need, a family field to keep the little ones entertained, two beautiful lakes to while away the hours in and a whole forest ready 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 overnight at the festival you need to choose which campsite you would like to be in before booking your ticket. If camping's not your thing, choose the non-camping option and then you can come and go throughout the weekend within the gate times.
So, what are you waiting for? Explore all the Wilderness ticket options here and secure your spot at Wilderness Season Ten.
ABOUT WILDERNESS 2020
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Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire, OX7 3DG
By road: The festival is accessed via one of two routes. Blue - OX7 3HL (Family Camping) or Red - OX7 3DG (all other campsites and non-camping
There is on-site car parking. Car park passes are available to book in advance or at the festival.
Nearest rail: Charlbury Station - 3.9 miles
National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484950
With a range of beautiful accommodation to choose from and exclusive perks including luxury showers and toilets, pamper parlour, restaurant and bar, free parking, trolley service and a 24-hour reception with staff ready to ensure you have a wonderful experience, the Boutique Campsite is a stunning place to call home for four days.
Please note you must book both Boutique Accommodation (large enough to house your whole party) and Boutique Festival Ticket(s) (1 per person) to stay in the Boutique Campsite. You cannot bring your own tent and stay in this campsite.
Any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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 free personal assistant ticket policy for eligible guests. Only available for teen and adult tickets. Do not buy a ticket for your personal assistant as this will not be refunded if they are approved a free ticket. Book the required number of festival tickets (minus personal assistant) and then submit with supporting documentation via the Accessibility Requirements Application Form.
The personal assistant 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 free companion via the Accessibility Form. 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 info on Wilderness accessibility and the facilities on offer can be found here.
Request Free Personal Assistant Ticket
Please fill out our Accessibility Form to apply.
Telephone Number(s): You can contact our Accessibility Ticketing Team on 0800 988 4440 (all tickets subject to availability). Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm and Sat 10.30am - 3.30pm.
Email Address: For any questions regarding accessibility at Wilderness email email@example.com
When is Wilderness festival and what time does it start and finish?
Wilderness 2020 starts on Thursday 30th July to Sunday 2nd 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 3rd August 12:00.
Where is Wilderness festival and how do I get there?
Wilderness is based in Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire in the UK. To find Wilderness using Sat Nav, please use the postcodes OX7 3DG or OX7 3HL depending on where you're staying.
How to get to Wilderness festival:
- By Car - The postcode for General, Meadow, Boutique, Quiet, Live-in Vehicle and Accessibility Camping is OX7 3DG. The postcode for Family Camping is OX7 3HL. Use these to get near the festival and then as you approach you'll begin to see Yellow AA road signs. Once you see these follow them instead and they'll guide you to your correct entrance gate. You can pre-book your car parking passes here.
- By Bus - There will be a National Express Bus service running to the festival from London Victoria Coach station. More information on this and booking details (when available) can be found here.
- 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 are returning to offer their ride to Wilderness scheme bookable here.
Can I sell my Wilderness tickets?
Yes, if you can no longer go to the festival, you can head to Ticketmaster's verified Ticket Exchange Site to sell your tickets safely and securely so someone else can enjoy the festival.
Please note for those staying in General, Quiet, Boutique, Meadow and Accessibility Camping, plus Non-Campers, your tickets are mobile delivery, so will be exchanged on arrival at your relevant gate for your Festival Wristband. You can resell tickets up until three days before the festival via the Ticket Exchange Site and the Ticketmaster app.
For those staying in Family and Live-In Vehicle Camping, your festival wristbands will be sent out in advance of the festival, so you can transfer these via the Ticket Exchange Site, but once the wristbands are sent out, the original seller becomes responsible for sending the new purchaser the wristband.
You must make sure the new buyer is aware of what campsite you have booked for, as tickets are barcoded to each campsite. If they do not wish to stay in the same campsite as the one originally booked, they will need to take the wristband or mobile ticket to the box office closest to their preferred campsite in order to exchange.
If you have any questions about this, please contact Ticketmaster on 03330 035 937.
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 2020?
Yes, Wilderness has a dedicated Accessibility Campsite and operate a two for one (free personal assistant) ticket policy for eligible guests. Read more about Accessibility Tickets and how to book here.
When will I receive my tickets for Wilderness?
For all campsites except Accessibility you will receive your wristband(s) in the post, within two weeks of the festival. If the tickets have yet to arrive three days before, please contact Ticketmaster on 03330 035 937. You can check ticket dispatch information here.
For Accessibility Camping wristbands will be available to collect from the Accessible Campsite on arrival at the festival. Please ensure you have your confirmation email to collect these.
What are Team Tickets?
Every year we release our team tickets, giving you and your friends a more cost friendly option for coming to the festival. For Wilderness Season Ten you can book 6 tickets at £165 each (plus booking fee). It is important to note that when booking Team Tickets everyone within your group must book and stay in the same campsite.
Please note that Ticketmaster can only deal with questions and issues regarding tickets. For all other enquiries regarding the festival, please visit the Wilderness website or contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org