Please bring your own tent and camping equipment, including sleeping bags, mattresses, torch lights, toiletries and all the necessary to be comfy for a few days.

The nearest major train station is Swindon, from which you can catch the bus 99 to Chippenham and get off at Milbourne Lane, which is very close to the festival site. Or alternatively you can get to Chippenham train station, and get the same bus but directed to Swindon instead, and get off at Milbourne Lane.

Camping is free with a valid festival ticket. You can otherwise bring your live-in vehicle and park it in dedicated parking area with a live-in vehicle pass.

At the event, traders and bars will primarily accept card payments. It's advisable to carry some cash with you in case it's needed, as there won't be ATMs available on-site.

While you're welcome to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages for personal consumption, we encourage you to support our food stalls and bars, offering a variety of delicious options and refreshing drinks throughout the festival.

You are allowed to bring up to 8 cans and 1 bottle of wine with you. No spirits are allowed and no glass either - please decant your wine bottle. Anything exceeding these numbers or kept in glass bottles, will be taken by security at the gates, with no returns. We have licensed bars on-site serving a selection of alcoholic beverages and we encourage everyone to support the festival. Our bars are fully stocked to cater to your needs.

For the safety and enjoyment of all attendees, please refrain from bringing any weapons, fireworks, stoves or illegal substances. Additionally, please avoid bringing any glassware to reduce the risk of accidents.

Yes, we provide toilet facilities throughout the festival grounds for your convenience. Please help us keep them clean by using them responsibly.

Limited parking is available on-site for those who need it. However, we encourage the use of public transportation or carpooling to reduce traffic congestion and environmental impact.

Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at the festival, with the exception of registered service animals.

In case of any emergencies, please locate the nearest festival staff member or security personnel for assistance. We have trained professionals on-site to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees.

Yes, we have a dedicated lost and found area where you can report any lost items or inquire about any items you may have found. Please visit the information desk for assistance.

This festival is exclusively for adults aged 18 and over. We do not permit entry to anyone under this age, so please make arrangements for childcare if you plan to attend.

We do offer payment plans for whoever is currently not able to afford the full price. Please check at TICKETS page

The program officially starts at 10:00 AM Friday 14th June. After that, music will be on 10:00 AM - 04:00 AM on Friday and Saturday, and 10:00 AM - 00:00 (midnight) on Sunday.

Yes, there will be a Chill Out Area hosting music and workshops.

You can leave the site any time you want, but there will be no re-entry outside gates opening hours. If you did leave in the middle of the night, you wouldn't be able to get back in until the morning. But bear in mind we have a no vehicle movement policy at night.

Gates will open as follow:

Thursday 13th June 16:00 - 23:00

Friday 14th June 10:00 - 23:00

Saturday 15th June 10:00 - 23:00

Sunday 16th June 10:00 - 17:00 (last entry)

Everyone is to leave the festival site by Monday 17th June at 16:00.

Carers / personal assistants tickets for ticket holders with disabilities will be issued free of charge after providing a copy of your photographic ID, together with one of the following documents:

- Blue Badge

- Disability Benefit Letter (DLA/PIP), or War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (or government standard equivalent).

- Certification of severe Visual Impairment (BD8 or CVI Certificate).

- Access Card – also known as a CredAbility Card or Nimbus Card.

- A Recognised Assistance Dog ID card (where applicable).

The carer must be 18 or above, since this is a 18+ only event. Where none of the above apply, a valid medical professional’s letter will be considered. Once on site, you will get access to a dedicated accessible camping area and carpark; there will be accessible toilets across the site too. Please, email us the above evidence together with your ticket number and name on the ticket. We will issue the carers ticket after reviewing your application.

Yes of course, there will be dedicated accessible camping area with carpark near the main arena, and accessible toilets across the site. The site itself is flat and easy to move around.

Yes, there will be limited tickets on the door.

No, tickets are not refundable.

If you get to site later 22:45, you won't be allowed in. Please, make sure you plan your journey accordingly.

For any other enquiry please message us on our Facebook page, Instagram or email.

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