How much are tickets?
Early bird tickets will be available for a limited time for £59. Once they're gone tier 2 & 3 tickets will be £79 / £95. This is for the whole weekend and includes camping. All tickets are purchased through the ticket page on this site. All major cards accepted. Print off your confirmation email with your E-Ticket ID on it and bring it with you. Note : Car Park Passes / Camper Passes / Glamping Tents must be bought separately.
Will COVID-19 affect the festval and what are the entry requirements?
Along with the entire events industry we have had to wait for a couple of years to be able to return. As we are sure you understand, the pandemic is an ever evolving situation but all signs point to summer 2022 being as 'back to normal' as possible. It is unlikey festivals will once again be cancelled next summer but it is of course a possibility and we would be foolish to ignore that. All tickets will be automatically transferred should the festival be postponed or alternatively refunds will be offered. Regarding entry requirements and covid related rules at next years festival we will have to wait until closer to the time to find out what guidelines the UK government put in place but we expect things will be back to normal - or at least very close! We will update this section periodically to reflect the most recent information.
Can I buy tickets on site?
No - for all sorts of reasons we can't sell tickets on site. We only have a limited amount of tickets on sale for Into The Wild and all must be bought in advance.
If you wish to bring a car then please remember to buy a Parking Pass. These are just £10 and space is quite limited so we advise you to get these in advance - there may not be any left on site.
What are the site opening times?
Into the Wild Festival site opens at 2pm Friday and closes at 3pm Sunday, but the main gates will be automatically locked from 10pm - 7am so make sure you arrive outside of these hours.
Exact band / DJ set times will be sent out to all ticket holders a week before the event. The main music tents finish at around midnight each night but the 'chill out tent' stays open later.
Toilets and showers
We know that the biggest bugbear at festivals is the lack of decent toilets and showers which is why we have ditched the 'portaloos' in favour of nicer toilets for all, not to mention free hot showers for all who wish to use them!
Are you related to an event in Sussex called Into the Wild Festival / Gathering / In2wild?
No we are completely unrelated (and a very different festival). The Into The Wild Festival in Sussex is more of a spiritual family event that takes place in August. We are a more of a traditionial yet intimate 'music festival' held just south of Milton Keynes - just in case you think you are coming to something completely different! We know this is just a little complicated but we hear they are a lovely bunch & the other event started at exactly the same time as ITW - what are the chances?!
Address and travel options
Click on the 'Contact Us' page for the site address. The site is just south of Milton Keynes and takes around an hour from London by car. The nearest station is Bletchly which is about a 7 minute cab ride to the site.
Is there a bar on site?
Yes of course - AND we don't sell drinks at 'event' prices - because we know you would like a cold one without it burning a hole in your pocket!
Are there Cash Machines on site?
There are no cash machines on site. Although some of our vendors may have PDQ machines, we suggest you bring an adequate amount of cash to site for the weekend to avoid issues. Unlike a lot of other festivals we try to keep our bar prices lower than other events and encourage all of our traders to have reasonable options on the menu so the festival should not burn too much of a hole in your pocket.
Entry and wristbands
You will receive your festival wristband on site. When you arrive at the Estate, follow signs to admissions and give them your details including your E-Ticket code. It will be easiest if you bring a print out of your ticket receipt or have it ready on your smartphone screen.
Can children come?
We're afraid that for now we are a strictly 18+ event. If you look under 25 please make sure you have a valid form of ID with you (ie. passport, drivers licence) as our bar operates a challenge 25 policy.
Can dogs come?
We are afraid that our site has a no dog policy for many reasons. Firstly altough most dogs are friendly and harmless, in a music festival environment where there is loud music and lots of people there is a chance they could become aggressive. Also there is farm machinery at work on different parts of the estate which could be dangerous to animals if they escape.
As with all festivals we hope that the sun will be shining, however if we do get some rain then everything is tented so never fear we will 'storm ahead' pardon the pun... but bring some wellies just in case!
You are welcome to bring a campervan, however please purchase a campervan ticket as space is limited.
Campfires and BBQs
We're afraid Campfires and BBQs are not allowed.
No drugs or illegal substances No alcohol brought onto the festival field apart from what is sold from the festival bar - although if you do wish to bring a few beers with you to the campsite to keep you going then we don't mind. No glass is allowed anywhere on site - please do not bring anything in a glass bottle / container as it will be confiscated upon arrival. No Chinese Lanterns or fireworks are allowed on site as these can cause a serious fire risk and scare the local cows!
In case of emergency
There will be registered security, festival stewards and medics on site.
Who are the Princess Alice Hospice?
The Princess Alice is an amazing organization in Esher, Surrey. The hospice looks after the terminally ill, making their last days as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. The hospice costs around 7 million a year to run, but receives only 2 million in state funding so they have to raise 5 million a year to stay running. As we keep our ticket prices as low as possible for Into The Wild we really encourage everyone to make a further donation than the £1 a ticket that will automatically go to the hospice. On our ticket page you will find a £5 donation option - if everyone puts this on their order (and feel free to order a multiple if you would like to give more) then it really can help make a difference.