Camping (4)

Will there be food available on site?

Yes!!!! Click Here to see Food & Drink and loads of it!!! Hot and cold food including vegetarian and vegan options will also be available.

A food van will also be on the campsite.

Ticket info

Prices as follows:
•Friday festival pass – £12
•Saturday festival pass – £15

Camping £5pppn aged 14 plus

Concessions:
•Friday – Under 18’s & OAPs £7
•Saturday – Under 18’s & OAPs £9
•Accompanied under 14’s are Free

Tickets can be bought in advance only on this website by clicking above on Shop. Tickets are available at the gate. Please note that once our capacity is reached no further entry can be granted.

Beer vouchers will also be on sale at the festival. Please note that we can only accept cash at the festival.

Card payments may be available, this is something we are testing.

Where will I be able to park?

There is ample free parking at the festival.

There are two car parks, one car park for campers which is right next to the camp site and the other is right next to the festival site.

It’s a short walk from the campsite to the festival site.

If you come by push bike, please ask us for a safe place to lock it but bring your own lock.

Can I have a BBQ?

Due to fire regulations no fires or barbeques are allowed on the festival site.

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General (12)

Festival dates and opening times

The festival shall be held on August 11th & 12th 2017.

Friday opens at 6.30pm till 12:30am

Sat is 1pm till 12 midnight.

Campsite – 2.30pm on Fri till noon Sun

Satnav – EX14 9RD

 

Is there a cash machine?

Unfortunately not. Please note that we can only accept cash – so please bring plenty with you!

We are experimenting with card payments and will review during the festival.

Can I bring my dog to the festival?

Sorry, no dogs are permitted on the festival site or the campsite. Guide dogs for the blind and assistance dogs for the disabled will be allowed on the festival site and camping site.

Assistance dogs must wear their Jackets at all times during the festival to show they are at work.

Will there be food available on site?

Yes!!!! Click Here to see Food & Drink and loads of it!!! Hot and cold food including vegetarian and vegan options will also be available.

A food van will also be on the campsite.

Can I bring any alcohol?

The terms of our license strictly prohibit alcohol being brought onto the festival site. Security checks will be made at the gate and all alcohol will be confiscated.

We have over 40 different ales, you might find a new favourite.

You may have alcohol on the campsite.

Please note though if your drunk upon entry at the gate you will not be allowed on the festival site.
Please also respect that families will be camping.
For safety reasons no glass whatsoever is allowed on the site. Security checks will be made at the gate and all glass will be confiscated.

Ticket info

Prices as follows:
•Friday festival pass – £12
•Saturday festival pass – £15

Camping £5pppn aged 14 plus

Concessions:
•Friday – Under 18’s & OAPs £7
•Saturday – Under 18’s & OAPs £9
•Accompanied under 14’s are Free

Tickets can be bought in advance only on this website by clicking above on Shop. Tickets are available at the gate. Please note that once our capacity is reached no further entry can be granted.

Beer vouchers will also be on sale at the festival. Please note that we can only accept cash at the festival.

Card payments may be available, this is something we are testing.

Where will I be able to park?

There is ample free parking at the festival.

There are two car parks, one car park for campers which is right next to the camp site and the other is right next to the festival site.

It’s a short walk from the campsite to the festival site.

If you come by push bike, please ask us for a safe place to lock it but bring your own lock.

What footwear/clothing should I bring?

Please bring suitable clothing depending on the weather – sun protection for the daytime, warm clothes if you plan to be outside in the evening (it can be chilly on top of the Blackdowns) and suitable footwear if it’s wet. The bar, stage and food areas are all under cover, but most of the site is open air and you will have to walk outside to the toilet!

Can I take photographs or videos?

You are very welcome to take photos and videos, and if they’re suitable we’d love to see them and add them to the gallery. Please send them to pics@blackdownbeerfestival.com

Does any money go to charity?

All profits from the festival go towards amateur music-making, mostly in local schools and community groups

What disabled facilities are there at the Festival?

There is good level access to all parts of the site.

Please be aware though that parts of the field can get muddy if the weather is wet. Please keep in mind the event is held on a field which could be bumpy in places.

In previous years wheelchair users commented that they found it easier if they used a powered chair depending on your abilities.

We have disabled parking at the festival and disabled toilet facilities at both the festival and campsite

Can I have a BBQ?

Due to fire regulations no fires or barbeques are allowed on the festival site.

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Sponsorship (1)

How can I sponsor the festival?

If you would like to sponsor a barrel of beer in return for free tickets and advertising, please click HERE for all the info.

For any other enquiries about sponsorship, please email info@blackdownbeerfestival.co.uk

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