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Wilderness Festival

An event in August in Oxfordshire
Cornbury Park Estate
Charlbury
Oxfordshire
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Event timing: Mid-August
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The award winning Wilderness festival, with enchanting acts across music, food, talks and debates, theatre, late night parties and outdoor pursuits. Curated by the producers of Lovebox and Secret Garden Party, Wilderness is a celebration of the arts and outdoors and is set in the breathtaking Cornbury Estate.

Set in the wilds of England against an exquisite backdrop of lakes, forests and parklands, Wilderness Festival will offer a gastronomic banquet for all the senses.

All tickets available via www.wildernessfestival.com

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