Treehouse is a boutique Music & Arts festival centred around the magnificent Treehouse in the heart of Curtis’ Copse in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside near Faringdon. Lose yourself amongst the trees and forget about the chaos for a magical weekend of revelry.
Treehouse is curated by Treehouse AF, a group of passionate festival aficionados who are on a mission to create the most intimate, experiential music festival. Inspired by the likes of Burning Man, Secret Garden Party and Wilderness, Treehouse AF is building something special, and they hope you’ll join them on this journey.
The Treehouse AF team’s been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that 2022 is bigger and better than ever before. You can expect more music, more workshops and more boutique experiences. Grab a ticket and prepare for another truly unique weekend of dancing in the shadow of the Uffington White Horse.
The music of Treehouse is as eclectic as the experiences. With no fixed genre, they value spectacle, entertainment and pure talent in their musicians and performers. Bring your dancing shoes and get ready to groove to Treehouse regulars and new faces alike.
Workshops and experiences are the lifeblood of Treehouse. Whether it’s a life drawing class, meditation, yoga, ecstatic dance or Wim Hof breathing, a full schedule awaits you throughout the weekend. You’re encouraged to dive in, leave your preconceptions at the door and surrender to the carefully curated experiences.
Treehouse will always hold intimacy at its heart. The beautiful four-acre woodland site means Treehouse AF will never be tempted to expand beyond its bounds. Over time, the festival will mature alongside the guests, keeping pace with expectations in an ever-changing world.
Treehouse is a family, and everyone is welcome. You can expect to bump into the same friendly faces over and over throughout the weekend, and they’re confident you’ll leave with more than a handful of new friends.
New for 2022
The festival is increasing capacity in 2022 to bring even more Treehousers into the family. Expect two new areas within the woods and the addition of the Treehouse Spa, featuring a wood-fired hot tub, sauna and cold plunge pool. Glamping and hot showers will be available for those looking for a bit of luxury in their experience.
Please see important ticketing information below.
Please note that full weekend Glamping tickets must be booked separately and do not include admission to Treehouse 2023 and must be booked in addition to admission tickets. You can book Glamping tickets click here.
Treehouse AF gate opening times:
Friday from 3.00pm to 11.00pm
Saturday from 10.00am to 10.00pm
Sunday from 10.00am to 6.00pm
Camping is included with all weekend tickets. You’ll find yourself camped in the shadow of the ancient White Horse Hill.
The team at Cotswold Bells are offering beautiful Bell Tent Glamping for Treehouse 2022. Glamping must be booked directly with Cotswold Bells through their dedicated festival website page. Bell tents can sleep up to 6 people and will be located between the saplings of the Marcy Fields copse in the East Field. Glamping tickets do not include admission to Treehouse 2022 and must be booked in addition to a full weekend camping tickets.
Exact directions will be shared with ticket holders ahead of the event. Once you’re close, simply follow the clearly marked signs to the festival. Car parking tickets are limited and will need to be pre-purchased here.
The most covinient train station is Oxford, 50 minutes direct from Paddington. There will be regular coaches running between the station and the site. You will need to pre-purchase your coach tickets here. Public buses can also be taken from Oxford to Wantage, from which a 15 minute taxi gets you to the site.
For the cycle heroes, the site is a 25 mile cycle from Oxford through the rolling Oxfordshire countryside. The guided group cycle can be booked here.
TreehouseAF is striving to become the first BCorp accredited UK Festival. Every aspect of the festival is being measured, quantified and analysed to see how the consumption, pollution, waste and impact can be reduced and mitigated.