- Words Notion Staff
Wilderness Festival has announced a full-to-bursting line-up for this year's edition, from 4-7th August.
Wilderness Festival 2022, touching down in Oxfordshire this August, is set to be a feast of music, poetry, debate and food, all geared towards immersing attendees in an artistic world without boundaries. It’s now announced a bumper line-up of exciting acts across a huge variety of genres.
The festival is headlined by electronic music pioneers Underworld, Mercury-nominated duo Jungle and Years & Years, the acclaimed solo project of Olly Alexander. Some of the other toplining acts on the main stage include renowned DJ Peggy Gou, disco queen Roisin Murphy, Jordan Rakei, DJ Craig Charles, Willie J Healey, Billie Martin, Azure Ryder, Áine Deane and much more, creating a fascinating soundscape for attendees to enjoy.
It’s not just about the headliners, though. Wilderness also caters to lovers of dance, with a starlit canopy manned by a slate of top DJ including David Morales, Derrick Carter and Krystal Klear. For those who want to mix it up, you can choose from folky acoustics from Woodburner Music, brass & bass with Continental Drifts & Global-Local, or classic ceilidh with Cut A Shine and The Wanton String Band. Queer House Party and the Femmme Fràiche club night will also be lighting it up for those who just want to party.
The festival also includes exciting strands for artistic performance and debate. Enjoy some of the most exciting storytelling around through physical movement and theatre from the likes of Sadler’s Wells and Austin Dance Theatre, or engage your brain in thoughtful discussions of today’s pressing topics with comedian Russell Kane, podcast The Guilty Feminist and humorous news masters, Sunday Papers Live. Attendees can also enjoy a huge variety of delicious dining experiences and calming retreats laid on by some of the finest names in their field.
Booking opens here from 10am on Monday 14th March. The Wilderness 2022 Festival will take place from August 4th-7th in Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire.