Please read below for our top tips for having a fun, safe and smooth experience on the farm. We can't wait to spend the Bank Holiday with you all. It's going to be BIG 🚀💫
Getting to the festival
We want arrival and departure to be as smooth as possible for everyone. To ensure you come to the correct entrance please follow our guide below.
ARRIVING BY CAR
Make sure you have purchased a Parking Pass in advance and register your vehicle here.
Please head to OX7 6UJ. When you arrive closer to the farm please follow the yellow signs to the festival rather than your sat nav. BLUE GATE/ BLUE CAR PARK is for all campers/ campervans/ overnight guests, RED GATE/ RED CAR PARK is for everyone else.
BLUE CAR PARK will be open from 8am on Friday, to welcome all campers.
RED CAR PARK will be open from 8am each day to welcome our day visitors.
Postcode is OX7 6UJ
Purchase a Car Park Pass in advance
Follow bright yellow signs (BLUE GATE for campers, RED GATE for day visitors) when you see them
Be mindful of local roads and limits
ARRIVING BY TRAIN
Kingham train station is the closest station, a 2 minute walk to RED GATE.
Campers who are getting the train PLEASE NOTE:
If you are camping and arriving by train the closest gate to Kingham is RED GATE (opens at 10am) however the main entrance for campers is BLUE GATE, which will open earlier (8am) for our campers.
You can get a taxi from Kingham Station to the BLUE GATE to access the campsite earlier, or you can arrive later and enter the RED GATE once it opens at 10am.
Kingham train station is a few minutes walk from RED GATE
Direct trains from Oxford and London (Paddington)
Check train times before you travel
Single coach tickets are available here
Coaches will run from RED GATE to Oxford and Chipping Norton
Designated taxi collection point at RED GATE (please instruct taxis to come here)
Please pre-arrange taxis
We’re keeping an eye on the forecast and it’s looking like it’ll be a warm one gang ☀️ Please plan ahead to help you keep cool on the farm. There will be shaded areas and water refill stations provided. Make sure you bring lots of SPF, hats, fans, and reusable water bottles 🧡 Always talk to a member of staff if you are feeling unwell.
Despite there being some rain this week, we are implementing additional safety measures to help keep all our festival-goers safe during the ongoing warm weather. With the ground on the farm being very dry, we may have to restrict public cooking including the use of stoves within our campsites outside of designated areas. Open fires, candles, barbecues and sky lanterns are strictly forbidden.
Visit the parent pitstop for baby changing facilities
Head to the family dining room for stress free meal times
Ear defenders are available to buy
Note a meeting point in case of separation
Collect a white wristband for young children on arrival and write your contact details on it
Hire a Mr Trolley in the car park
Bag searches will be in operation
Please check out our prohibited items list here
Be aware and report anything suspicious to security
Do not leave valuables in your car or tent
Keep your mobile phone charged. There will be charging points at the Parents Chill Out Zone in Village Green
Check out festivalsafe.com
Campsite opens 8am, Friday 26
Multiple toilet and shower facilities
Open fires, candles, barbecues and sky lanterns are strictly forbidden 🙅♂️
Reasonable amount of alcohol permitted (please see website)
No glass permitted whatsoever
‘Leave no trace’ policy
Please aim to leave the farm as you found it
Dispose of waste in correct bins
Follow campsite recycling rules as instructed on entry
Bring your own water bottle to refill at water stations