Camping included with all weekend festival tickets.
Local residents are all those who live within the OX7 postcode, as recognized by Royal Mail. Please click here to book.
For boutique camping at Wilderness please click here.
Some of the items for this event require you to have previously purchased a deposit ticket.
Please enter the reference number and email address for the order you placed for the deposit ticket.
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More Information about Wilderness 2013 Tickets
Tickets will not be dispatched until 3 weeks before the festival
Please Note:There is no booking fee on the car park or campervan passes but to to able to deliver the ticketes, we need to charge a First Class postal fee. There is no additional charge if you order your car park / campervan in conjunction with your festival ticket
General Enquiries: email@example.com
Wilderness will be offering deposits for this years festival. The deposit scheme will allow you to spread the payment of the ticket(s) over 2 simple payments; you will have until the Monday 10th June 2013 (8 weeks before the festival) to pay your balance. The payment link for balance payment will be in the confirmation email of the deposit order. All Wilderness deposits are non-refundable; if you place a deposit and do not pay the balance of the order you will not get a refund.
Thursday 8th - Saturday 10th - Sunday 11th August 2013
At Cornbury Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, OX7
Campsite opens Thursday 8th August at 2PM
Campsite closes Monday 12th August at Midday
ALL AGES - Please Note:
Young People (16s and Under) must be accompanied by an adult over 18 (Photographic ID might be required to gain entry) MAXIMUM OF 4 YOUNG PEOPLE PER ADULT
Children 10 or under are FREE (ID may be required to gain entry for any children who might not look 10 or under); children must be accompanied by a ticket holder Over 18. MAXIMUM OF 4 CHILDREN PER ADULT PLEASE! All Children need to be registered online for a £3.00 wristband fee per child; for licensing purposes ALL CHILDREN NEED A TICKET for the festival, child wristbands will be issued on arrival of the festival.
For line up details please go to: www.wildernessfestival.com
Public Transport: Nearest train station: Charlbury - Shuttle buses will be available.
For the latest travel information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Customers are advised that access to this event is via a special bar-coded wristband and therefore each order will incur a processing fee of £7.00 for a secure mail delivery option
Wilderness Festival welcomes Deaf and disabled customers and will do all that we can to ensure that access requirements are met
Access Information for Deaf and disabled customers
This information below is also available in large print, and can be posted or emailed. Please request it at firstname.lastname@example.org
DISABLED CUSTOMERS SHOULD PURCHASE TICKETS THROUGH www.wildernessfestival.com PURCHASE A STANDARD TICKET; THERE ARE NO DISABLED CUSTOMER SPECIFIC TICKETS.
If you have access requirements at the 2012 Festival, please read through the following information:
REGISTERING TO USE THE FACILITIES ON SITE:
We ask that anyone with accessibility requirements onsite emails us at email@example.com
Or send it by post to Wilderness Festival, 59-65 Worship St, EC2A 2DU
EMAIL and POSTAL NOTIFICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FRIDAY 2nd AUGUST 2013.
In our commitment to make the festival accessible to everyone, we will provide those disabled ticket holders that require full time assistance with a free ticket for a personal assistant. To take advantage of this scheme, please specify when you email firstname.lastname@example.org . You will be required to provide copies of recent (2012) DLA letters that show what your current level of care or mobility allowance is. We appreciate that some people may require assistance but not receive DLA, please contact us to discuss your access requirements. When you buy a Wilderness Festival ticket through any outlet you automatically qualify for this scheme, you will receive a confirmation email which you must present on arrival at the event. It's that simple!
We do ask that only those people that would be unable to attend the festival without the full time assistance of someone query through this scheme. The scheme is only available to ticket holders, so children aged 10 and under are not eligible.
Each request will be looked at individually. The scheme is not run on a first come first served basis.
We don't send out free tickets in advance: access will be granted on site at the event.
You can call our Information Line on 020 7688 9000 if you would like more information.
Your confirmation email will contain a full information pack including where to go and what to do on arrival, plus a site map.
-If you are a Deaf customer please note we will be providing a hearing loop at the main box office/ticket-checking point, the location of this will be made clear in the information pack. We are sorry but there are no interpreted performances or staff members who can sign at this time.
-We have an area for assistance dogs, which will also be clearly marked on the information pack, and is located next to the site welfare operation.
You require a Disabled Access Wristband to access the viewing platforms. They are solely for the use of disabled people and their PA's. We have viewing platforms at the Main Stage only. Lighting will be provided where the stage associated with the viewing platform is operating in darkness. There will be an adapted toilet nearby. There is no shelter on the Main Stage platform.
There will be no specific announcements prior to the use of strobes and lasers. Strobe flicker rates will be at or below 4 flashes per second.
Medical Services, Welfare and Assistance at the event
Festival Medical Services provide comprehensive medical advice and treatment facilities and are very flexible in meeting specific needs. You are welcome to contact us at email@example.com before the event if you require further information.
Wilderness Festival is on a green-field site with some tarmac paths. There are sheltered areas (marquees) and non-sheltered areas. Weather and ground conditions may be variable.
The route from the parking areas to the site is over tarmac paths.
Accessible toilets and showers will be available on site, these are 'festival style' portable toilets and showers, all of which will be signposted, and shown on 'you are here' maps around the site. One of the accessible toilets will be located at the viewing platform next to the Main stage. The accessible showers will be in the campsite.
The Main Stage disabled viewing platform is raised and access to this is via a ramp next to the Front Of House Position in the Main Stage Arena.
There will be sign posted information/welfare and First Aid points located within the same area on the site.
A site map will be available soon, copies will also be available from the Information Tent on the day.
Large print documents containing information on site access will be available from firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: Please note that strobe effects may also be used at the event.
We have at least one adapted toilet at each toilet block in the arena and one at each viewing platform.
Site layout and conditions - This can be made available on request soon.
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