14th-16th June 2024.

Our camping and boutique camping areas will open at 2pm on Friday through to 7pm on Sunday.

The gates for day tickets open at 8.30am on Saturday and 8.30am on Sunday.

We have many wellness sessions and workshops throughout the day from yoga, pilates, barre, breathwork, sound baths and much much more. 

There is no booking required for the sessions in the Movement Tent, Meditation Tent, Talk Tent, Fitness Tent, Sharing Space and Kids Field.

Pre-booking online or booking onsite will be required for all the other workshops.

Please bring ALL your own equipment, e.g. yoga mats and blocks, and water bottles. 

Also, remember to bring swimwear if you plan to do the Wim Hof sessions or use the sauna. There will be changing facilities onsite.

Lastly, we know what the British weather can be like so pack a brolly and some extra layers, and a blanket if it gets chilly.

Food can not be brought into the main arena unless there is a specific requirement to do so. This can be discussed by emailing hello@wellnessinthewild.co.uk.

Whilst we do allow you to bring your own alcohol and food for consumption on the campsite please support our lovely local bars and traders.

We have made sure that we have a fantastic selection of food traders, and are bars will be selling a wide selection of drinks.

Yes, there will be toilets and warm showers onsite.

Our aim is that as much of festival as possible will be accessible by wheelchair, although the ground can be quite bumpy.

Please email hello@wellnessinthewild.co.uk with any specific questions.

There is a medical tent onsite during the whole weekend.

The health and safety of everyone attending the festival a huge priority.

Wellness in the Wild is an outdoor festival and all of our activities take place outdoors or in well-ventilated tents. 

Absolutely, there is a kids field with a schedule of amazing activities. They will however, need supervision during these sessions.

Kids can also join the sessions in the main tents. 

Tickets for Under 5s are free and 6-17 is £20 for the weekend. 

Unfortunately, we don’t allow dogs onsite during the festival.

Yes, there is water onsite so that you can fill up your bottle and stay hydrated during the day.

Alcohol Consumption:

Wellness in the Wild operates a challenge 25 policy at all bars – if you are ordering a drink please make sure you have a valid form of ID.


All public and working enclosed spaces onsite are no smoking, This also includes all tents and marquees onsite.

If you do smoke, please use the official smoking areas on site and do not dispose your butt on the ground as this could be a fire hazard.

There are no cash machines onsite so please bring any necessary cash with you. The nearest cash machine outside of the festival is at the Co-op in Rickinghall. 

All traders, therapists, workshops etc will be accepting card at the event.


You ticket gives you access to over 100 experiences over the weekend including:

  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Sound Baths
  • Breathwork
  • Meditation
  • Fitness Classes
  • Wellness Talks
  • Live Music
  • Sharing Space
  • Kids Activities

It also includes:

  • 2 nights "bring your own tent" camping (if you buy a weekend ticket)
  • Parking at the festival

Weekend Ticket times:

Opens Friday 14th June at 2pm and closes on Sunday 16th June at 7pm.

Day Ticket times:

Saturday opening and closing times: 8.30am-11pm.

Sunday opening and closing times: 8.30am-7pm.

  • Food and Drink
  • Therapy Field Treatments e.g massage, reiki, reflexology etc
  • Woodland Spa Experience
  • Make Tent workshops 
  • Bushcraft activities
  • Wim Hof Method sessions
  • Boutique camping for weekend tickets
  • Campervan and Motorhome pitches

Tickets can either be paid in full or can be paid in 2 instalments (50% now and the other 50% closer to the festival date.)

If your situation is not covered by any of the circumstances stated below, please email us and we will review your situation. 

Event Cancellation or Postponement

  • If an event is cancelled or postponed, we will offer you the choice of exchanging your booking for a future event or a full refund. Your exchange or refund will be processed within 14 days.

Serious illness

  • If you are unable to attend an event safely due to serious ill health, we will offer you an opportunity to exchange your booking for a future event or a full refund. You must inform us at least 48 hours before the start of the event and provide a valid doctor's certificate stating that you are not fit to attend. Your exchange will be processed within 14 days.

Yes, just make sure that you have your pass with you when you come back in.


Festival address:

Wellness in the Wild



More information about getting to the festival site will be sent out nearer the time.

From London and Cambridge:

Follow the A14 until you reach Bury St. Edmunds. Come off at junction 43 towards the A143 signposted towards Diss. Follow the A143 until you reach the exit to Hinderclay, Rickinghall, Botesdale. Come off at this exit and follow the road until you enter Rickinghall. Signs for the festival will then be shown as you reach the church on the left hand side.

From Norwich:

Follow the A140 until you reach Scole. At the second roundabout follow the A143 towards Bury St. Edmunds. Follow the A143 until you see the sign to Redgrave, Rickinghall, Botesdale. Follow the B1113 and then take the left turning that is signposted towards Rickinghall and Botesdale. Continue along the road until you get to a church on the right hand side. Here you will see signposts towards the festival.

From Ipswich:

Join the A14 towards Cambridge. Come off at junction 51 and join the A140 towards Norwich. Turn left towards Finningham and Wickham Skeith next to the White Horse Inn. Then turn right signposted towards Gislingham and Mellis next to The Four Horseshoes Pub. Then turn left where it is signed towards Gislingham. When you reach the village hall turn right towards Rickinghall and Bury St. Edmunds. Follow this road until you reach the B1113. Turn right here and follow this road until you reach the A143. Turn right onto the A143 and then immediately left down Rectory Hill. At the bottom of the hill turn right. You will then see a signpost towards the festival.

The nearest train station is Diss which is 15 minutes from the festival site. 

Train times to Diss

From London Liverpool Street: 1 hr 30 minutes.

From Cambridge: 1 hour 15 minutes

From Norwich: 16 minutes

From Ipswich: 22 minutes

Find out more by visiting www.nationalrail.co.uk

Taxi Services

There are a number of taxi services that can get you to the festival from the station:

Express Diss Taxis:  

Tel: 01379 21 20 20     

Website: www.expressdisstaxis.co.uk

Johns Taxi's Diss Ltd 

Tel: 01379 640000        

Website: www.johnstaxis.co.uk

Diss Town Taxis

Tel: 01379 414141      

Website: www.disstowntaxis.co.uk

Able Taxis

Tel: 01379 640900

Website: www.abletaxis.co.uk

Yes, there will be plenty of parking onsite. 

As a sustainable festival we do try to encourage car sharing as much as possible. 


Camping is included in the weekend ticket price. 

The campsite will open at 2pm on Friday 14th June.

There will be plenty of space to pitch your tent. There will also be toilet and shower facilities.

Campsite Rules:

  • No loud music or parties are allowed in the campsite
  • You should bring a tent that is sized for the amount of occupants
  • All items are brought and left at your own risk
  • You are allowed to bring your own supply of food and drink into the campsite for personal consumption only. We ask that you support our vendors on the festival site.
  • You are only permitted to cook solely within the campsite using either gas camping stoves, using canisters of no more than 450g, or a legged BBQ.
  • Strictly no fires on the grass areas.

We have various luxury bell tents to choose from for the weekend. 

Book your tent by visiting the "Book Now" page. 

The price is for a 2 night stay (Friday & Saturday night). A weekend ticket must also be purchased.

Book your campervan ticket buy visiting the "Book Now" page. There is no power with the campervan price

A weekend ticket must also be bought.