You cannot reenter the site once you have entered. The only exception will be for camping tickets when they first arrive they will be able to reenter the festival for the first 3 hours, all alcohol must be brought in on the first trip. There will be no re-entry permitted for day ticket holders.
You can, although if you are bringing your own tent you will need to purchase a £10 tent deposit ticket, providing you take your tent home with you, your tent deposit will be returned to you after the festival. There is a QR code system in place to monitor thisThis is to reduce our ecological impact.
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Yes, if you have purchased a weekend camping pass, you have admission to the festival site. If you have only booked accommodation however, eg. a bell tent or pre pitched tent then you will also need to purchase a weekend camping ticket.
Yes, there are a limited number of Day Tickets on sale now, but snap them up before they run out.
No – unfortunately Day Tickets do not provide access to any campsites. If you want to stay overnight at the event, you’ll need to purchase a Weekend Camping Ticket.
When you buy your tickets you will initially receive an order confirmation that means you have secured your tickets. Your e-tickets will be emailed to you by the ticket provider.
We strongly advise not. As you can’t be sure if it will be valid when scanned at the festival entrance.
Sorry, this is not possible.
Yes showers are available to camping customers, there is an additional cost to use these facilities.
This is strictly an over 18 event, we will be operating challenge 25 & R.O.A.R. Right of admission refused.
Day passes allow access to the music & event arenas only (no campsite access)Friday 1400 - 01.00Saturday 12:00 – 01:00Sunday 12:00 – 22:30
The site opens on Friday at 12:00 and closes at 11:00 on Monday. Weekend campers will need to leave the site no later than 12:00 Monday.
The festival is taking place 15 minute drive from central Bristol. The address will be emailed to ticket holders. We have pre bookable coaches from around the South West and buses running from the centre of Bristol.
Bringing alcohol into the festival arena is strictly prohibited but a limited amount is allowed within the campsite for camping ticket holders – see rules below.Day tickets - no alcoholWeekend campers can bring in limited amounts and types of alcohol.– Quantity per person: 8 cans of pre-mixed spirit and mixer up to 440ml per portion 8 cans of beer / cider up to 5% up to 440ml per portion– No glass is permitted on site as it can damage the land for grazing– No plastic containers for alcohol is permitted on site to help reduce our impact on the planet– No straight spirits allowed– A range of alcohol will be available for sale at the event at multiple outlets– Alcohol will only be permitted on first entry to the festival campsite. You will not be able to exit & re-enter with more alcohol.– Alcohol cannot be brought into the festival arena. Bars will provide alcohol inside the arena.– Day ticket holders are not allowed to bring in any alcoholic drinks.
YES! The site has a limited capacity, and so we have a strict policy of normal sized family tents only. Please do not bring 8 x 10 berth mega-tents or gazebos as we simply do not have space.
There will be dedicated zones for General Camping, Quiet Camping, Pre-pitched tents and glamping. Please do not obstruct Fire Lanes and Emergency Access points. All camping areas are monitored to make sure all safety guidelines are adhered to.
Unfortunately no. We love our four legged companions but with a more developed food offering this year combined with some pretty hefty music headliners we’re concerned about their wellbeing as well as the wellbeing of people on site. We need to keep things simple this year, so hope you can understand this development.
No, unfortunately there are no hook up points at the festival site.
No please don’t, so we can be sure of your safety. We will have fire pits on site manned and controlled for safety for all to enjoy.
For fire safety reasons, we don’t allow cooking in the campsites. Please don’t bring a camping stove, cooker or BBQ.
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• FESTIVAL TICKET(s) • Toilet roll (we will also supply)• Toiletries • Hand sanitiser • Sun lotion • Hat • Sunglasses • First aid kit – we will have medics on site but a portable kit is always handy! • Your water bottle – please bring personal bottles to site with you, to keep our environmental impact down as much as possible. The site is on mains water and there will be standpipes to fill in most areas.• Your coffee cup – please also bring a camping mug or keep-cup if you will be drinking tea or coffee.• Insect repellent – Lavender/peppermint oil are a natural and Eco-friendly repellent and work a treat against the bugs! • Portable charger & cable – we will have limited charging points on site • Your tent – if you’re camping• Sleeping bag or bivvy bag• Your best sparkly festival outfit • Fancy Dress• Waterproof clothing and wellies – who knows what the weather will bring, but if you’re prepared for it, then it won’t stop your fun!• Jumper/Fleece – it can get chilly at night • Runners and something stretchy – if it's the morning water run or a spot of yoga that tickles your fancy, there’ll be plenty of opportunities for active wear too!• Medical information (if you have any allergies or medical conditions) • Torch • Food and drink – campers are allowed a restricted amount of food and alcohol on site. This will be assessed in a bag check. Food and drink is available to purchase on site. • ID • Credit/Debit Card and Cash – we prefer card payments, however in the case of technical fault – it is useful to also carry cash. • Luggage labels with name and address detailed • Bin bags – please be responsible for your own litter and be respectful of the beautiful surroundings.
• No gazebos.• No flares or fireworks (leave this to the professionals)• No Chinese lanterns. • No campfires, barbecues or grills.• No camping stoves.• No personal sound systems.• No glass. • No drones.• There will be searches at the gate, against all of the items listed above.• You can bring a limited amount of alcohol into the campsite – see rules above.
At the Fields of Fantasy Festival we are committed to putting in as much as we take back. Please help us to limit our environmental impact by also thinking about the natural landscape around you while you are having fun. Please use the bins provided. Please drink responsibly. Please take your tents home with you. And please use the toilets we put in for you. The Fields of Fantasy Festival is so lucky to be inhabiting the beautiful site for the weekend, with all the treasures that it brings. Please treasure it with us.