Which ticket is best for me?


+ I want to stay the night

Camping ticket options:

Extras:

+ I want to stay the night

Non-camping ticket options:

Extras:

 
OPEN TO ALL.
Hawarden Village -just a short walk from the festival site- is open to all locals and visitors over the weekend. If you plan on arriving a little earlier, why not visit Britains’s only residential and Prime Ministerial Library, Gladstone’s Library? Or pop in for a pint and a bite to eat (booking essential) at The Glynne Arms? The excellent Hawarden Estate Farm Shop is also open to all throughout the weekend for coffee, cakes, sandwiches, beer, wine, fruit, veg, snacks and so much more. It also boasts an award-winning butchery team!

OPEN TO TICKET HOLDERS.
Every ticket holder is welcome to enter the festival campsite from midday on Thursday 12th September. Perfect for those that might wish to arrive early to pitch their tent. Only those with valid camping tickets may spend the night in the campsite. The campsite will remain open until midday Monday 16th September.

OPEN TO TICKET HOLDERS FROM TIME SHOWN ON TICKET
This year you can join us: Thursday to Sunday; Friday to Sunday; or the whole of Saturday (10am-2am). On your e-ticket you will find the time from which you can enter The Arena. From here you can access the music tents, speakers tents, the lake, Hawarden Castle, the vintage fairground, Makers’ Row and lots more. The Arena will close at 6pm on Sunday 15th September.

ANY QUESTIONS? Not sure what day to arrive or when you can join in the action?