Campsite open to public noon Thursday 30th May until noon Monday 3rd June 2019
Box office open between 9:00am & midnight
We are not running the organised cycle rides this year, but still recommend the beautiful (and flat!) ride along the cycle paths by the Ystwyth River from Aberystwyth to the festival site. You can still dump your bags on the shuttle and cycle the 10 miles to the festival
The Address is provided only to ticket purchasers!
There will be a coach from London and Bristol to the Festival Site.
Due to space limitations on site, it will cost £5 per car to park, and £45 per Camper Van/Caravan. We really want to encourage more efficient transport, and we are run subsidised coaches from London and Liverpool – and anywhere else where there is enough demand. We want to encourage people to car share and take alternative public transport. Car Share via FaceBook page.
There are two camping areas: in the main field close to the canvas courtyard and Adventure Camping (short walk from main gate). The camping field opens to the public at noon on Thursday 31st May, and closes to the public on Monday 4th June at noon.
Traditional Canvas Bell Tents available for hire either Furnished (4 person) or unfurnished. Bell tents will be pitched ready for your arrival in one of the sites beautiful meadows on the banks of a stream, with ample shade and access to facilities. No bedding or mattresses included. The tents are available from 12noon Thursday 30th May to 12noon Monday 3rd June. If campers who are hiring one of our tents would like to hire for an additional period immediately after the festival then please email in for further details.
Please contact your host David Winterflood
If you are after something smaller, cheaper and less extravagant, we have teamed up with a charming and eco-conscious start-up called Camp Light... they take old and discarded tents left behind at massive festivals, clean them up and sort them out, and then give them a second life as your second home. They also give many tents they collect to charities working with refugees. Dealing with waste and helping people - win win. Support this project and travel light, hire a camp light tent... prices start from £42 for a 2 person tent with bed rolls. Please check it out...
As well as the vast natural playground of woodland, hills and streams, we have a varied programme of interactive activities and entertainment for all ages. We’ll be based in the colourful marquees opposite the Travelling Barn stage. The larger Willow Marquee will be a Children’s Café & Craft space with a wholesome veggie/vegan menu for tiny tums from 7.30am-7.30pm. Details of the 2019 programme will be published shortly
ALL FOOD IS SERVED ON REUSABLE METAL PLATES AND TIN CUPS!!!!
We are in the process of selecting yummy food at the moment...
We have gone a step further to eliminate plastic waste by only ordering milk in reusable returnable glass bottles... the oldest things are sometimes the best things....
Our Bars are stocked with the finest of local ales and cider - and the selection improves every year as we seek out the best brews. Cider comes custom brewed from www.welshmountaincider.com. We are also stocking a selection of locally sourced Ginger Beer, homemade Liqueurs and other Rum Punch!
Please let us know if you have any special requirements and we'll be glad to help out. Most of the main site is on flat ground with some uneven surfaces which are slippy when muddy. We try our best to improve the ground under these circumstances. The courtyard by the main stage is quite stoney but wheelchair accessible. The Dingly Dell, Healing Area and Workshop Tent are down a sloped track which is best avoided when muddy. Stewards will be patrolling regularly and can provide information and assistance. We provide accessible toilet facilities.
We welcome our furry friends but dogs must be kept on a lead and under control at all times. Poop must be scooped straight away and disposed of responsibly in the area provided. There are lots of animals, children and other dogs at the festival and we want everyone to feel safe. There are plenty of great walking areas bordering the site. Please be aware that you will be asked to leave the festival if you don't comply with this and we don't really want to have to do that. Lastly, due to the presence of livestock in adjoining fields, we recommend you remain vigilant at all times, as farmers do not take kindly to distress to their livestock.
This is not a pop up tent and can of Tuborg festival: the farm is in remote mid-Wales, in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains. We recommend you bring a good quality tent, something warm to sleep on and in, sturdy boots with ankle support, waterproof bottoms and tops, a torch, sun cream, your swimwear, and an instrument. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org