Info

Location

The Wilkswood Reggae Festival
Wilkswood Campsite
High Street
Langton Matravers
Dorset BH19 3HD
United Kingdom

The site will be signposted throughout the weekend. Stewards will direct you to the car parking and camping areas.

 
  • Gates open at 12.00pm on Friday 14th July.
    The main stage will finish at 10.00pm on Sunday 16th.
    The site will be expected to be clear by 1.00pm on Monday 17th.

  • The main entrance/exit to the site is from the High Street (B3069) in Langton Matravers.

    The address is Wilkswood Farm, High Street, Langton Matravers, Dorset BH19 3HD.

    If you are approaching from Wareham/Corfe Castle, follow the A351 towards Swanage. Just as you reach the town, take the right turn on to the B3069 towards Langton Matravers/Worth Matravers. The festival entrance is about half a mile on your right.

    If you are coming via the Sandbanks Ferry via Swanage, drive through Swanage and take the A351 out of town towards Corfe Castle/Wareham. As you reach the edge of the main residential area, take the left fork on to the B3069 towards Langton Matravers/Worth Matravers. The festival entrance is about half a mile on your right.

    The festival will be clearly signposted and stewarded throughout the weekend so if get near the vicinity you should be able to follow the route markers to find the main entrance.

  • There are currently only a limited number of day tickets available (Saturday is completely sold out). However adult weekend tickets are just £80 for three nights camping (and parking), some great live entertainment over three stages, a dedicated kid’s zone and the best streetfood this side of Kingston! And if you’re making it a family affair, weekend tickets for teenagers up to 17 are just £40, children from 4 to 12 are £10 and tots up to 3 are free! To book, please visit our booking page.

  • Yes, the cost of the ticket includes parking as well as full admission to the Wilkswood Campsite and camping for three nights. The car park is separate from the main camping areas but it is in very close proximity, ie, within easy carrying distance!

  • Yes. We will have an allocated field for campers and mobile homes.

  • Yes, there are hot showers as well as washing facilities and toilets, all of which will be regularly cleaned and inspected throughout the festival.

  • Yes. There are several water points on the campsite for campers and general use.

  • You are advised to bring a quantity of cash with you as there are no cash machines on site. The nearest cashpoint is at the BP Garage on Valley Road which is about a 20 minute walk. There will be card payment facilities on the main bar and the Jerkshak.

    Please keep your money safe and secure and don’t keep all your cash and valuables in the same place.

  • Unfortunately, open fires are not allowed at the festival, although barbecues (raised up from ground level, either with a stand or on blocks) and gas stoves are permitted. The festival will have a communal firepit zone for those not ready to turn in straight after the live acts finish performing.

    Chinese lanterns are also not permitted as they pose a threat to livestock as well as a risk of fire.

  • Unfortunately, because the festival site is part of a livestock farm, we cannot allow dogs on to the festival site with the exception of registered guide dogs. However, there are several campsites in the area that allow dogs: check out Acton Field and Tom’s Field in Langton Matravers and Harmans Cross Campsite, all of which are close to the festival site.

  • Unfortunately we cannot accept any other generators onsite other than those necessary for the live music, the soundsystems and the caterers.

  • Please email us with any enquiries: info@dubwood.co.uk.

Mixing desk
  • Gates open at 12.00pm on Friday 14th July.
    The main stage will finish at 10.00pm on Sunday 16th.
    The site will be expected to be clear by 1.00pm on Monday 17th.

  • The main entrance/exit to the site is from the High Street (B3069) in Langton Matravers.

    The address is Wilkswood Farm, High Street, Langton Matravers, Dorset BH19 3HD.

    If you are approaching from Wareham/Corfe Castle, follow the A351 towards Swanage. Just as you reach the town, take the right turn on to the B3069 towards Langton Matravers/Worth Matravers. The festival entrance is about half a mile on your right.

    If you are coming via the Sandbanks Ferry via Swanage, drive through Swanage and take the A351 out of town towards Corfe Castle/Wareham. As you reach the edge of the main residential area, take the left fork on to the B3069 towards Langton Matravers/Worth Matravers. The festival entrance is about half a mile on your right.

    The festival will be clearly signposted and stewarded throughout the weekend so if get near the vicinity you should be able to follow the route markers to find the main entrance.

  • There are currently only a limited number of day tickets available (Saturday is completely sold out). However adult weekend tickets are just £80 for three nights camping (and parking), some great live entertainment over three stages, a dedicated kid’s zone and the best streetfood this side of Kingston! And if you’re making it a family affair, weekend tickets for teenagers up to 17 are just £40, children from 4 to 12 are £10 and tots up to 3 are free! To book, please visit our booking page.

  • Yes, the cost of the ticket includes parking as well as full admission to the Wilkswood Campsite and camping for three nights. The car park is separate from the main camping areas but it is in very close proximity, ie, within easy carrying distance!

  • Yes. We will have an allocated field for campers and mobile homes.

  • Yes, there are hot showers as well as washing facilities and toilets, all of which will be regularly cleaned and inspected throughout the festival.

  • Yes. There are several water points on the campsite for campers and general use.

  • You are advised to bring a quantity of cash with you as there are no cash machines on site. The nearest cashpoint is at the BP Garage on Valley Road which is about a 20 minute walk. There will be card payment facilities on the main bar and the Jerkshak.

    Please keep your money safe and secure and don’t keep all your cash and valuables in the same place.

  • Unfortunately, open fires are not allowed at the festival, although barbecues (raised up from ground level, either with a stand or on blocks) and gas stoves are permitted. The festival will have a communal firepit zone for those not ready to turn in straight after the live acts finish performing.

    Chinese lanterns are also not permitted as they pose a threat to livestock as well as a risk of fire.

  • Unfortunately, because the festival site is part of a livestock farm, we cannot allow dogs on to the festival site with the exception of registered guide dogs. However, there are several campsites in the area that allow dogs: check out Acton Field and Tom’s Field in Langton Matravers and Harmans Cross Campsite, all of which are close to the festival site.

  • Unfortunately we cannot accept any other generators onsite other than those necessary for the live music, the soundsystems and the caterers.

  • Please email us with any enquiries: info@dubwood.co.uk.

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