What we love about this festival.

The undulating hills of Devon offer a truly picturesque backdrop. Wonder Fields supports TEMWA, meaning "community love" - an organisation working to support the people of Northern Malawi through several community projects.

Camping and Glamping Options

Glamping is available with 2, 4 or 6 person tents with a company called Camel Camp. Tents have floor rugs, airbeds, solar lights and the option to upgrade to a deluxe package with 13.5 tog duvets, side tables, camp chairs, bunting and welcome pack.

Past lineups

Dub Mafia, Gypsy Unit, Document One, Popes of Chillitown, The Correspondents, Beans on Toast, JFB, Futureast, CoCo and the Butterfields.

Kids and families

The onsite kids' area is open on Friday from 3-6pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 10-6pm. Expect creative and imaginative workshops, a super hero academy, a bat walk and after dark storytelling.

A touch of luxury

Kernow Springs is the area to head to if you are after some pampering and relaxation. On offer is a relaxing dip in a wood-fired hot tub, wood fired sauna and a range of massages. And all of this in a magical lakeside setting. Pure bliss.

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Wonder Fields

"Join us in the fields" is the tag line of this bijoux festival with a great passion for quality. The organisers believe in making memories and friends, something we wholeheartedly agree with here at Festival Paradise.

This family-friendly festival really is special, with something on offer for everyone: fancy dress (last year's theme was "Aztec City"), live music, dance, workshops, circus, green crafts, secret gigs, bonfire and storytelling and lots more spontaneous entertainment over the weekend.

Aesthetically, this festival won't leave you disappointed: there is a great range of visual art and seeing crowds dressed in some mega-impressive fancy dress ensembles, really is a spectacle. Not to be missed is the vibrant dance tent, which was a huge hit in 2016. In the same vein, the "Banquet" is always massively popular. This is a 2 course banquet-style meal with all food locally sourced, organically produced and, of course, absolutely scrumptious.

So, what are you waiting for? Head along to this bewitching and energetic festival for a weekend of fun and frolics.

Information at a glance

Great Fulford Estate, Exeter, Devon.


Wonder Fields is easily accessible by car or train. The nearest train station, Exeter St, Davids is about 20 minutes away and taxis cost around £20.

£200 for a weekend family ticket, £69 for an adult, £40 for under 18s and under 11s go free.

7th-9th July 2017

1,000 capacity per day

2017 - The Electric Swing Circus, K.O.G. & The Zongo Brigade

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