Yes – access is by ticket only. This will be swapped for a wristband on the gate.
- Adults 17 + years / £5
- Children 1 – 16 years / £2.50
- Family ticket 2 adults + 2 children / £14
- Disabled adults / £4 + 1 free carer’s ticket
- Children under 1 go free
Go to your local library and they’ll help you.
- All libraries accept cash payments but not card.
- You can pay by cash OR card at the Gate on the day.
If you buy online, you’ll swap your printed ticket for a day wristband at the gate.
- You won’t be able to get into the site without a ticket, so keep it carefully and make sure you bring it.
- If you have tickets available on your mobile devices – via email or the eventbrite app – we’ll use the QR code to check you in.
No – children under 1 year go free.
Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th June / 10am – 5pm
Gates open at 9.45am
It’s towards the end of the big field that stretches from the car park at the Holderness Road entrance. Near the football and rugby pitches.
There is car parking on the Woodford Leisure site at East Park.
NB: Blue Badge holders can access parking near the site, inside the park – please come to main gates on Holderness Road and show your badge to a festival steward.
All events and tents are level access and there are accessible toilets on site.
Yes, there will be some food stands selling hot & cold drinks, ice cream, cakes and cookies, pizza and crepes.
Yes there’s a picnic area and seating for people who want to bring their own food.
No – the site is strictly an alcohol free zone.
Please check the weather forecast and bring wet weather clothing.
The event will go ahead as long as it is safe to do so.
There is limited shade on site, so bring your sunscreen and sunhats. We provide water for free, but ask you to bring a water bottle to reduce waste.
No, you will need to be responsible for your buggy during the festival. There will be space to leave it in the Big Top if you wish, and space outside other tents to park it.
You can – but we hope you’ll stay all day and enjoy lots of different activities.
Please note: you cannot leave your children unaccompanied on site
No unaccompanied children are allowed on site.
No – your ticket entitles you to go to any event you like, and many events are repeated through the day. But tents have limited capacity because of social distancing; so plan your visit and make sure you get there in good time if it’s something you don’t want to miss.
The site is fenced in and there are security stewards on site each day. Access is by ticket only for the weekend, with a maximum of 800 each day. We are taking advice from the emergency services re security checks on entering the site.
Yes, you can get a free ticket for your carer.
No, sorry! The site has the same rules as a children’s play area – so no dogs!