Wild Fields Announce Inaugural 4-Day Festival Edition

by | Nov 30, 2023 | Festival, Music

Wild Fields is a socially conscious, groundbreaking festival, showcasing the best music from across the genre spectrum, pairing it with woodland dining, immersive performance & wellness experiences.

First wave of artists announced with exclusive live performances from Ezra Collective, SBTRKT, Los Bitchos, FIZZ, Yung Singh, Nightmares On Wax, Oscar Jerome, Jeshi, Priya Ragu, Reuben James, The Silhouettes Project, Bess Atwell, Divorce, Lime Garden, Nabihah Iqbal, MADMADMAD, Picture Parlour, Lambrini Girls & many more with more to be announced.


Wild Fields, a new socially conscious four day festival showcasing music from across the genre spectrum, is set to take place in the beautiful surrounds of the Raynham Estate in North Norfolk between 15th – 18th August 2024

From the team behind the Norwich-based multi-venue festival Wild Paths, the family-friendly Wild Fields Festival will pair music with woodland dining, immersive performances and wellness experiences, highlighting groundbreaking new acts alongside established names, hosting stage takeovers and collaborating with regional and national partners.

Today the festival announces its first wave of artists. Headlining the inaugural festival on Friday night will be the Mercury Music Prize-winning jazz quintet Ezra Collective whose 2022 award-winning album Where I’m Meant To Be is a thumping celebration of life, marrying cool confidence with bright energy, full of call-and-response conversations between their ensemble parts, a natural product of years improvising together on-stage. Saturday night will see a very special guest headlining, with details TBA.

Experimental pop pioneer and producer, SBTRKT brings his spectacular new live show in a rare live performance as Sunday’s headlining act, following the release of his acclaimed third studio album – his first in 9 years – The Rat Road. His blend of garage, house and experimental pop will be heard emanating from the beautiful Meadows Stage as the sun dips.

Wild Fields

The festival will open on Thursday evening with a series of shows from emerging artists including the hotly tipped fiery Brighton punks Lambrini Girls, whose raison d’être is to create safe spaces at shows. 

Friday will see performances from acts including the mysterious four-piece FIZZ, recently revealed as the collective of beloved musicians and friends: dodie, Orla Gartland, Greta Isaac and Martin Luke Brown.

Emerging London jazz star Oscar Jerome will bring the addictive musicality of his last album, 2022’s The Spoon. Rapper Jeshi’s distinctive social commentary and personal storytelling style will be brought on Friday, alongside Brighton indie four-piece Lime Garden who will showcase their self-described brand of ‘wonk pop’, blending together influences of disco, pop, and surf. After releasing her second studio album, DREAMER, earlier this year, Nabihah Iqbal’s impeccable indie and experimental tracks will be on full display. 

Saturday night will bring exciting sets from West Midlands DJ Yung Singh, BBC Sound 2022 shortlisted singer-songwriter Priya Ragu, East London musical collective championing unity, The Silhouettes Project, as well as acclaimed indie singer-songwriter Bess Atwell and the Nottingham-based hotly tipped four-piece, Divorce

On Sunday, Los Bitchos, the London-based internationally assembled female instrumental four-piece, and undeniably one of the breakthrough bands of last year, will bring their irresistible Latin rhythms, disco and Turkish psych-rock party to Norfolk. Other artists include Reuben James with his musical mastery of genres from soul and RnB, jazz, pop, reggae and more, and London’s post-punk electronic trio MadMadMad, who amalgamate their sounds of no wave, post-punk and disco to entice you to the dancefloor. For late-night revellers there’s the legendary British DJ Nightmares on Wax who channels nightclub experiences teeming with basement-party sounds on his latest release, “CLUB E.A.S.E”. 

The festival will also include performances from local Norfolk artists including Maya Law, Sam Eagle, Kitty Perrin, SUDS, and I.AM.AFIYA.

More line-up details for Wild Fields Festival 2024 to come soon. 

The festival’s official charity partner is Climate Live, a youth-led climate education movement which uses music to engage, educate and empower.  

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