Treehouse Festival of Music & Arts is a boutique festival nestled beneath the ancient White Horse of Uffington. Centred around a magnificent Treehouse built by Tom the founder, Treehouse captures the essence of early festivals: combining talented performers, intimate interactions and beautiful surroundings it curates a truly magical weekend of revelry.
Founded in 2017, Treehouse has grown from an annual reunion into a thriving community of loyal followers who return year on year. Against all the odds, Treehouse was Oxfordshire’s only socially distanced music festival of 2020 and has big plans for 2021, having tripled the size of the site.
Collaboration, creativity and connection stand as the three pillars of the Treehouse ethos, guests are encouraged to actively participate in the experience.
I’ve loved pouring my heart and soul into Treehouse Festival of Music & Arts and intend to do so for many years to come! It’s been amazing to watch the community grow with the festival and I am excited to see where we are in five years time. Highlights throughout the years have got to be life drawing in the Sheep Shed in 2018, watching the surprise aerial silk performance in 2019 and socially distanced dancing to Worldwide Welshman beneath the Treehouse in 2020.
– Tom de Wilton, Founder