The Wild Wood Disco in 2024 runs from Friday 21st – Monday 24th June. We’ll open our campsite and camper van area at midday on Friday, access to the woodland and music is at 3pm. Arrival on site by 9pm.
Saturday the woodland opens at 9am (traders on the campsite will be open before this), we have fantastic breakfast and brunch offerings, sound healing and energising yoga to start the day before the music programme begins at midday. Saturday is big party day, with the most people on site, so this year we are creating more areas in the woods to relax and chill out, smoke a Shisha, shop for your summer festival wardrobe or take part in a creative workshop. Follow one of our woodland paths to discover a secret party. There is always plenty of space out in the field next to our Sundown stage to lay down on the grass and enjoy the sunshine. At night time, get lost, go wild, have fun. Arrival on site for day ticket holders by 7pm.
Sunday our woodland opens at 9am again for breakfast and bloody Marys. We’ll have wellness sessions such as Sound Healing, breathing and dance workshop and Disco Yoga again before our programme of music begins. Day ticket holders must arrive on site by 5pm.
We have coffee and breakfast on Monday morning on the campsite to fuel you up for your jounry home, we ask everyone to leave by midday.
The Woodland Glade
The site is off the A1307 Cambridge to Haverhill Road. Look for the entrance to Horseheath Racecourse and the festival yellow signage. Main gate with What Three Words – ‘hobbyists recruited resettle’
Shuttle Buses from Cambridge station will be live on our ticketing page soon.
Parking your car on site costs just £8 parking tickets must be bought in advance.
Taxis to London can cost as little as £110 and taxis to Cambridge around £40.
Stansted airport is just over 1/2 an hour away.
We have some fantastic food and drink traders, see our Forest Feast page under line up.
We want everyone to have a great experience www.festivalsafe.com has great advice on getting the most out of your trip to the woods.