Entrance

Opening Times

Thursday 8th August – we open late afternoon, exact time to be determined.

Friday 9th August – we will be open from 11 until 11.

Saturday 10th August – we will be open from 11, probably until 10 – to be determined.

Admission

The entry price includes a souvenir glass and programme and applies to everybody visiting the festival apart from children.

In addition to your entrance ticket you will need to buy some strike cards, these are used at the bars in place of cash. To reduce queues at the entrance we have a simple entrance package that includes a single £7 Strike Card (or £4 when paying at the door). This is enough for a couple of drinks. You will not be able to buy additional cards at the entrance, but can buy them from the “extra strike cards” desk once you have entered the festival. Extra strike cards are valued at £5 each.

If you have any unspent cards (either part or full) left at the end of the session you can claim a refund. Please consider donating your part spent cards to our festival charities. Unused cards must be redeemed before we close on Saturday night.

We strictly limit entry numbers for each day, so we can make sure we have enough supplies for everyone attending. We expect all tickets for Friday to be sold online or through Huntingdon Hall in advance. So if you are intending to visit on Friday you must book in advance. For Thursday and Saturday we expect to have some tickets to sell on the door, but we can’t guarantee this, so please check the website for the latest news before you travel. Last year we stopped selling Saturday tickets on the door within an hour of opening.

We will do our best to stop queues forming at the entrance, however we cannot guarantee it wont happen. Past experience has shown that the busiest time at the entrance is on the Friday night at around 7pm.

All Advanced ticket sales are non-refundable.