5 – 8 August 2021
What to expect
Nestled in a nature reserve, the Wilderness Festival is an eclectic mix of music, theatre, arts, food, talks and wellbeing. Perfect for experience seeking individuals, groups and families alike.
Theatre and arts can be seen in open air arenas, intimate studios and around the park as their roaming performances bring the arts to wherever you are. There’s plenty for little festival fans too with an art den, family yoga and forest activities to keep everyone entertained day and night.
How to get there
The nearest train station to the festival site is Charlbury. Allow plenty of time as trains will be extremely busy to Charlbury.
A queuing system will be in place for getting the shuttle bus, which runs between the station and the festival site. It is priced at £5.00 for a return trip. Book your tickets in advance.
Peak times are expected to be on Sunday evening and all-day Monday. Allow plenty of time to get your train as a queuing system will be in place at Charlbury.
Things to see and do in Oxford
Oxford is one of the nearest cities to the festival site. Whilst in Oxfordshire, visit the beautiful Oxford Botanic Garden or the famous University of Oxford. The stunning architecture will take your breath away.
For more information on Oxford’s attractions, visit our Oxford destination guide.