Award-winning "We Out Here" Festival, curated by the renowned Gilles Peterson, is a four-day celebration set against the picturesque backdrop of Wimborne St Giles in Dorset. It seamlessly blends world-class music with wellness, family activities, and cultural experiences. From jazz, soul, and hip-hop to techno and house, the festival showcases a diverse range of musical genres, paying homage to both legendary icons and emerging talents. Beyond music, We Out Here emphasizes a safe, inclusive environment, with a zero-tolerance policy for harassment and a commitment to the 'Safer Spaces at Festivals' campaign. Join the worldwide family and immerse yourself in a festival that resonates with unity and passion.
Tickets to We Out Here can be purchased from their Tickets Page (i.e. Kaboodle).
- Weekend (Thursday - Monday 12pm)
- Group Tickets
- Child Ticket (0 - 14)
- Teen Ticket (15 - 17)
- Day Ticket
Weekend ticket includes: Camping, free showers, as well as family activities, wellness sessions and workshops, roller skate hire, talks and debates.
Day ticket includes everything except camping and free showers.
- Live-in Vehicle Campsite
- Pre-pitched Tents
- Transport (Coach or Transfers)
- Parking (Weekend)
- Parking (Boutique - only if you have booked boutique camping options.)
- Parking (Day)
- Phone Charging
We Out Here is a camping festival, please bring your own equipment. Glamping options are available. For more information, see We Out Here Accommodation Page.
It is possible to find accommodation outside the festival and re-enter. Please note that you will only be able to re-enter the festival between 10am and 9.30pm.
We Out Here takes place in the grounds of St Giles House, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset, BH21 5NA.
If you're driving, follow the festival signs when approaching Wimborne. Purchase parking tickets with your festival ticket, you have an option for General Car Park and Boutique Car Park. There is also Accessible Car Park, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange this.
For coach and train travel options, visit We Out Here travel page.
We Out Here is committed to making their festival accessible for all. They work closely with Attitude is Everything (AIE), a disability-led charity that improves deaf and disabled people’s access to live music.
For full Accessibility and ticketing information, please visit We Out Here Accessibility Page.