Tickets go on sale in early March, online only. Concert ticket prices vary but you can see all the prices on the Tickets page here.
Yes there will be ample parking for everyone. Drivers who require a disabled space may park in the Church car park which will enable you to be as close as possible to St Mary’s Church and the marquee. All other festival-goers can park in the Festival meadow right beside the marquee, with marshals to help direct you to the spaces.
There will be plenty of Portaloos. You may like to bring a torch to those concerts held in the marquee as they finish later than those in the Church. Festival volunteers will be delighted to help with tickets, answer any questions and help in any way to make sure you have a good time.
On Church nights there will be wine, soft drinks and refreshments available during the interval only. Donations for these will be welcome. Festival goers are very welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy in the marquee field before the performance.
On marquee nights there will be food and drink to purchase during the whole evening, to enjoy outside or to take in the marquee with you, not just in the interval. Peppones Street Food will be serving Modern, Mexican, African and Greek style cuisine. Drinks will be on sale from Twisted Cider, offering the UK’s coolest selection of ciders and other drinks. Alternatively you may like to bring your own picnic to enjoy with friends. There will be some tables and chairs available in the marquee field or you can bring your own.
Concerts on Church nights begin at 7.30 and end approximately 2 hours later.
Concerts on marquee nights also begin at 7.30 and end at approximately 10.00pm, although the bands often play on to an enthusiastic audience!
Bring warm clothes as the evenings can sometimes become chilly. You can buy food and drink from the vendors or bring your own picnic. Bring friends and prepare for a fabulous evening. If you are picnicking bring tables and chairs or use those already laid out. Don’t forget umbrellas if it should be wet and of course a torch!