WHERE: Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire
WHEN: August 2024
HOW TO BUY TICKETS
After you have purchased a standard tickets you may register for a free carer ticket, an accessible car parking space and an accessibility wristband via the online Access Form - not open yet for 2024.
If you require a Wilderness Parking Permit you must send a copy of a valid Blue Badge (both sides).
Please note, the 2-for-1 ticket scheme is only for those who need to bring a carer. All requests will be accessed on an individual basis. Children under 10 are not eligible for the scheme.
The festival takes place on a green-field with few hard-standing paths. In severe weather access around the site may become increasingly more difficult.
The accessible car park is located in a green field 50m from the Accessibility check-in point, 500m from the main entrance and is free of charge. You must request a Wilderness Parking Permit when you order your Carer ticket if you wish to park in this area.
The Accessibility wristband allows access to the Accessibility campsite, blue badge parking, the Main Stage viewing platform and the accessible toilets situated at the platform, accessible campsite, the medic tent and throughout the site. Most of the toilets will require a Radar key.
Accessible showers will be located in the Accessible campsite.
Guide and hearing dogs can ‘chill’ at the Welfare tent.
The bars have low-level serving points and large-print menus.
If you require to use the Induction loop this service can be arranged at the check-in point.
There will be an Accessible Drop-off and Pick-up on-site and accessible taxi service for wheelchair passengers.
DID YOU KNOW?
You can go freshwater swimming at Wilderness as well having a massage, trying out the saunas and delving into a Hot tub.