Arlo Parks, Honey Dijon and more added to Wilderness Festival line-up 

They will join the previously announced Christine and the Queens, The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, Sugababes and more

Wilderness Festival has announced more acts for its 2023 line-up – find the latest additions below.

Arlo Parks, Laurent Garnier, Honey Dijon, Franc Moody and Todd Terry and more will now join the previously announced The Chemical Brothers, Christine and the Queens, and Fatboy Slim.

The festival, which takes place Thursday August 3 to Sunday August 6, 2023 at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire has also added Joesef, GoGo Penguin and Flyte to the bill.


Other previously announced acts include Sugababes and Confidence Man, alongside comedy, spoken word, film screening, Q&As, panels, dance performances and more.

Speakers so far include the likes of Sara Pascoe, Elizabeth Day, Munroe Bergdorf and more. Check out the poster below to see the full line-up so far.

Tickets for Wilderness 2023 are on sale here now.

Per a press release, Wilderness is back for a “transcendental Twelfth Season”, which promises an “illustrious escape into the wild can be whatever you want it to be” including: “a kaleidoscopic array of intoxicating musical experiences; a sprawling culinary adventure; a labyrinth of laughter and wholesome hedonism. Here, inspiring debates meet soul-nourishing workshops, wall-to-wall games, Wilderness classics and participatory high jinks.”

2022’s Wilderness was headlined by UnderworldYears & Years and Jungle, also featuring the likes of Sophie Ellis-BextorOrlando WeeksRoisin MurphyWillie J HealeyBillie MartenPip BlomCraig Charles, Peggy GouJordan Rakei, Gabriels and more.


Elsewhere, Christine & The Queens and Arlo Parks will also head up BBC 6 Music Festival’s return to Manchester.

This year’s edition of the station’s annual live event is due to take place in Greater Manchester between March 23-26. You can buy any remaining tickets here.

The festival will boast “global premieres of brand new live shows, new music debuts, unique collaborations and surprise guests” across the four days, according to a press release. Highlights are scheduled to air on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio Manchester, BBC Sounds and the iPlayer.

Back in January, Parks shared news of her second album ‘My Soft Machine’ and unveiled its first single ‘Weightless’.

You May Like