Exciting line-up revealed for the Wilderness Festival 2021


Exciting line-up revealed for the Wilderness Festival 2021
An exciting line-up for the Wilderness Festival 2021 has been revealed.

An exciting line-up has been revealed for this year’s Wilderness Festival that is taking place from Thursday 05 to Sunday 08 August at Cornbury Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire. The Wilderness Festival 2021 will be headlined by DJ Jamie XX, English hip hop musician Loyle Carner and British drum and bass band Rudimental.

The festival will also feature Bicep – the electronic music production and DJ duo from Belfast, original Reggae selector David Rodigan and his Outlook Orchestra, London disco-funk duo Franc Moody, songwriter, singer, rapper and drummer Georgia, Irish pop-rock musical band Picture This, British musician Holly Humberstone, Jazz composer and pianist Alfa Mist, Irish Singer-Songwriter Lyra, Americana artist Katy J Pearson, as well as CMAT, Charlie Cunningham, Jodie Nicholson, Weird Milk and Joseph Reuben.

Late night music and dancing will see the likes of Blessed Madonna, Jayda G, Eats Everything, Nic Fanciulli, Craig Charles, Zero 7 (DJ set), and Mafalda.

Letters Live will be headlining the festival’s Talks and Debates programme – bringing their top-secret cast of exceptional readers to breathe life into some of the greatest correspondence ever written. Also on the line-up is London’s respected Roundhouse, Women in Jazz, Cabaret with Missy Fatale, and French comedian Marcel Lucont & Friends.

One of the best-loved and most highly acclaimed authors, Sir Philip Pullman, will be in conversation with John Lloyd – the TV producer behind Not the Nine O’Clock News, Blackadder, Spitting Image and QI.

Wilderness Festival 2021 Line-up Poster
Line-up poster for wilderness festival 2021

This year sees Wilderness announce its first completely vegetarian and vegan banqueting tent – The Wilderness Kitchen. Helen Graham, Robin Gill, Lee Westcott, and Ivan Tisdall-Downes will each join forces with Alex Head’s Social Pantry to deliver the four mouth-watering vegetarian and vegan feasts across the weekend.

Whether it’s drawing, dancing, acting or just listening to a story, it’s all going to be there for you at the Storystock Circus tent with stories told through a kaleidoscope of words, pictures, sounds and colours.

The internationally acclaimed Flying Seagull Project will be bringing their unique brand of festival fun to the Wilderness once again. Their madcap menagerie of Circus, Music, Kids Comedy Corner, Face-painting, Pirates, Wild West Hoe-Down’s and Magical mayhem has earned them the reputation of the one-stop-laughter-shop that guarantees giggles and secures smiles. You know it can only be summertime when the Seagulls come to town.



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