Burt Bacharach, the 85-year-old singer-songwriter who has written over 50 Top 40 singles including 'The Look Of Love', is set to headline this year's Wilderness Festival set in the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside this summer. Alongside Burt, the festival sees Metronomy and London Grammar also taking top billing, with Connan Mockasin, Mount Kimbie, and Jessie Ware, accompanied by the Wilderness Orchestra no less, also appearing on the bill.

But that's not all. Not a festival to rest with just some great music, Wilderness Festival has thrown pretty much everything against the wall to see what sticks, and a lot has. From folk dancing, to late night DJ sets from the likes of Zero 7, midnight circuses, a performance of 'As You Like It' by the Oxford Shakespeare Company, talks and debates, horse riding, fly fishing, foraging, archery, you name it, Wilderness has it in the beautiful surroundings of the Oxfordshire countryside. Food too is of great importance, with L'Enclume's Simon Rogan and Polpo's Russell Norman lending a hand to rustle up some grub.

It's no surprise that, in 2013, Wilderness won the UK festival award for best extra activities. It almost seems like Centre Parcs but with better food and much better music. Taking place in Cornbury Park from 7th August til 10th August, weekend tickets are on sale now for £143.50 plus booking feed.

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