Björk, Ben Howard and George Clinton will headline this year’s Wilderness Festival as it returns to Cornbury Park for the fifth time.
The festival will kick off with Björk showcasing music from her latest album Vulnicura.
The Icelandic songwriter will be joined by London born pianist Benjamin Clementine, electro experimentalists Brandt Bauer Frick Ensemble and Nils Frahm, who mixes classical and electronic genres.
Fellow headliner George Clinton will share the stage with Parliament and Funkadelic—performing a combination of classic hits and funk music from his upcoming album First Ya Gotta Shake the Gate.
Wilderness will wrap up with Brit Award winner Ben Howard on the Sunday night.
The varied line-up will feature disco artist Roisin Murphy, French electro-swing septet Caravan Palace and English reggae group Will and the People.
There will be also be a number of theatre performances from companies such as the Old Vic New Voice and Oxford Shakespeare Company, as well as restaurant pop-ups from HIX and Moror for foodies.
Set at Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire, Wilderness Festival will take place this summer from 6-9 August. Adult weekend tickets are £165.99.