Preview: Wilderness Festival @ Cornbury Park (Oxfordshire; Friday 1st to Sunday 4th August 2019)

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Contrary to the average UK music festival, Wilderness Festival is equally centred on themes of healthy living, nature and the arts. From sacred nipple adorning, to wild swims and tree play, the festival’s main objective is to fortify the soul, restore the senses and enliven the spirit, by allowing its environment to be utilised accordingly. Wilderness has always endeavoured to retain these alternative subjects within the confines of a stunningly rural locale, without the need for synthetic highs that are associated with the good times, or indeed the mind-numbingly ineffective musical choices that can be found at such commercial affairs. This year’s inexhaustible programme exudes purity, intelligence and style in abundance.

The Level will indulge world music; Ata Kak (Awesome Tapes from Africa) and Dele Sosimi and his Afrobeat Orchestra headliners are among tastefully-designated genre arrangements throughout the grounds. The Atrium stage, supported by Time Out, will indulge jazz, with Ronnie Scott presenting Incognito to headline here. Groove Armada and Caravan Palace, among other fervently well-known headliners, will be generously supported by BBC sounds on the main stage at this year’s Wilderness Festival, 2019.

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