THE OM and Bass festival is moving to a new site between Thame and Wallingford.

The 2019 event, which will run from July 26 - 28, will be hosted by Hill Farm Sanctuary, in Watlington.

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Picture: Watlington Hill Farm Sanctuary

Focussing on yoga, dance and wellness, the festival is set to hold more than 130 workshops and live music in the evenings, following the success of last year.

Organiser Rach Cox said: "We are thrilled to announce that we are moving back to where the Om & Bass Festival was dreamed up.

"This has been a long time in the making and we couldn't be happier with the move."

She added: "The farm in Watlington is now an animal sanctuary with the most stunning views and wonderful land scape. It is the best view in all of Oxfordshire."

Last year, the event took place at Braziers Park in Ipsden but it is understood that there was a financial disagreement ahead of the 2019 event, which is one of the reasons for the move.

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