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"Amazing acts from around the world"

Back again for the 8th year! WAM brings spectacular music, arts and traditional crafts together on our beautiful Oxfordshire farm.

Offering a huge range of hands on activities for all ages. Previous WAMs have seen African drumming, Reptile Handling, Morris Dancing, Juggling, Story Telling, Archery, Kickboxing, Bushcraft, Beatboxing, Tajweed, Poetry reading, Watercolour painting and Traditional Crafts. What new acts will join us this year?

A Palestinian themed evening of live cooking, arts and poetryFollowed late into the night by our campfire acoustic singalong.

Come and experience the magic, take part in the exciting activities and enjoy the beautiful weekend in a friendly, intimate and natural environment on our family farm.

Charities we support

Through our festival and other farm activities throughout the year we work closely with local charities. Particularly Farmability, Oxford Community Action, Name It Youth, Willowbrook Farm Charity,

This enables our festival to be accessible to lower economic communities, refugees and generally those who find festivals inaccessible.


This also opens our farm for further charity work and visits throughout the summer.

> Read more about our charity work here!

Saturday Night

Palestinian evening with traditional live cooking performed by the amazing Mia Dia (known from her cooking program on the Islam Channel), poetry and arts.


Tajweed and Story telling by Hassen Rasool, Den Building, Shadow Play, Board Games, Bushcraft, Cyanoprinting, Crafts & Scavenger Hunt, African drumming, Seedball making, Circus skills, Archery, Natural Painting, Hapa Zome, Vegetable Fermenting & Foraging/Garlic, Meditation & Yoga, Singing, Capoeira, Silent Disco, Theatre, Animal Handling, Face Painting, Henna Art, Obstacle Course, Bouncy castle and MORE!

Sustainable & Social

We aim to make our festival as sustainable as possible. We use recyclable and compostable materials for food containers, renewable materials and plastic free whenever possible. Solar and wind power provides nearly all of our event needs, shower and water facilities are carbon neutral and use our own on-farm water supply while our eco-toilets compost all organic waste.

We look for local labour and businesses we can work with so the community benefit as much as we do. 


Our farm and festival have been described as a safe haven for people and wildlife alike.

A wonderful healing retreat. Providing a chance to escape the concrete jungle and immerse yourself in a weekend of amazing arts, calming nature and the beautiful countryside.

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