Frequently asked questions

We understand that there are many questions people may have around all events and so we have complied a "FAQ" list which we will continue to add to over the coming months.

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Where is the festival?

The festival is on a site in Wiltshire (UK) - 150 acres of parkland with tranquil spaces and groves of trees. Full address, travel information and map with route planner can be found on the Location page.

When does the festival start and end?

The site will be open to the public from 2pm on Wednesday 26 July 2017. You will need to be off the site by 6pm Sunday 30 July 2017.

The entry gate is open between 10am to 10pm (2pm on the Wednesday.)  No vehicles (other than emergency access) are allowed in or out of the site between 11pm and 7am.

There will be various things going on from about 4pm on the Wednesday.

Are there weekend only tickets?

We have a limited number of weekend tickets available on a first come first served basis.

Who can come to the festival?

The festival is an LGBT+ festival open to all that are happy to be in this kind of space.

All age groups are welcome, although there will be some parts that are adult only. Under 18's will need to come with an adult.

Are pets allowed?

Sorry but dogs and other pets are not allowed at this festival.

What accommodation is there?

The festival is all camping. We do have some "glamping" available. There are also a limited number of spaces for live-in vehicles.

We also have a accessible camping area (please contact us before booking if you want to be part of that.)

Can I bring my vehicle on site?

Part of the sustainability policy of the venue is around the reduction of pollution, damage to the ground and general disturbance to other campers caused by vehicles and so the only vehicles that are allowed past the car park are pre-booked and paid for live-in vehicles and authorised site traffic.

The camp site is a couple of hundred metres from the car park and if you have any concerns about getting your camping gear there, please do contact us before the festival.

How accessible is the site?

The site is around 150 acres of parkland and mostly flat. There is a track up to the accessible camping area which is located close to a shower and toilet area and is also central to most of the areas of the festival.

Most of the site is at ground level but there are a few steps up to the yurts.  More information can be found on the Accessibility page.

We are working to make the festival as accessible as we can to all so do please get in touch with us if you have any concerns or questions around this.

What facilities will there be on site?

You can take a look at the site plan here.

We have amazing camp site toilets, hot showers and sauna. There will be drinking water available in the camping areas. We have various places selling vegetarian and vegan food. There won't be a bar on site and we don't have a cash machine or public telephone.

Mobile signal isn't bad on most networks considering we are in a big field.  We aim to have charging a charging point for use by those that bring an electric wheelchair or mobility scooter.

We will have a donations based charging area for mobile phones/devices in the village hall.

What sort of things will there be to do at the festival?

We are going to have a wide range of things available for you - workshops, ceremonies and rituals, music and dancing, entertainers and cabaret, great cafe's, interesting stalls selling wondrous things, sauna, healing garden relaxation space and more!

What is included in the ticket price?

Your ticket gives you entry to the festival and includes camping, access to all entertainment, workshops, rituals and other activities.  Food is not included so you can self cater plus there will be places selling delicious vegetarian and vegan food.  We are also aiming to have stalls selling interesting things for you to peruse and purchase. The healing garden will be offering various treatments and therapies and these will work on a scaled payment basis.

If you will be coming by car there is a small car park charge. This is "per car" so a great incentive to car share if you can.

When will I receive my ticket?

We have decided not to issue printed tickets as this helps us keep the price down and also can contribute towards making the festival greener.

Instead, when you book we will send you an email (normally within 20 minutes) which is your booking confirmation and "e-ticket" (both as the email and also as an attached PDF file.)

You can then show us the e-ticket on a mobile device such as a smart phone, or you can print out and bring the ticket with you.

If you have any problems with using our booking and e-ticket system please do contact us.

Can I be a part of the crew, a healer or a trader etc?

Please do take a look at the Help make it happen page and / or get in touch with us soon.

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