With the festival being Held in wooded Purbeck farmland in Langton Matravers on the outskirts of Swanage in Dorset, the Wilkswood Reggae Festival brings four days of reggae and with four nights camping from Friday 19 July to Sunday 21 July 2024.
This year's festival will again see reggae legends rub shoulders with upcoming artists /DJs from the UK and abroad with more than 50 acts performing across three stages. Both the Main Stage and the Jah Spirit Soundsystem Stage are under cover so the music carries without having to worry about the weather.
Wilkswood Reggae is a family-friendly festival and there's plenty to keep your little ones entertained & involved, including a dedicated kid's zone and a wooded clearing featuring storytelling plus music. To encourage the whole family to come along, we offer reduced prices for children up to the age of 17 and under-3s are free!
There's also a chillout zone, street food stalls (including a Jamaican jerk barbecue, wood-fired pizza and vegetarian/vegan food), the main bar serves draught beer, ice cold lager and the Rumshak's legendary rum cocktails.
Organised by Hard Way Promotions, the festival takes place over four days at Wilkswood Farm in Langton Matravers and the ticket price includes full admission, camping for four nights and parking. There is a dedicated camping area for campervans and caravans and there is also a glamping area with pre-pitched tents (bookable via our partner New Forest Bell Tents).
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How to get to Wilkswood reggae festival?
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.