Here's some practical information to help plan your visit. If there is anything else you'd like to know, please contact us.
Find out a bit more about us, our festival and what we are about here
Gates will open at 2.30pm with music from The Wriggle Jigglers to welcome you. The programme on the main stage starts at 3pm. The last act ends around 8pm and the festival ends as the sun sets. See the full schedule here.
Rockhampton is only 15 miles north of Bristol, easily accessible from the M5 and A38. Put GL13 9DX in your Sat Nav. Map is here.
There is plenty of well-signposted car parking adjacent to the festival site.
Cycle here and park right by the gate
Rockhampton is only a couple of miles from Thornbury. If you live nearby.why not leave the car at home, jump on your bike and cycle up the quiet lanes to the festival. You can park bikes right by the gate and enjoy the afternoon feeling good about being environmentally friendly and enjoy the beer without having to worry about driving home.
Food and Drink
We like to support local providers offering top-notch food and drink at reasonable prices.
As the festival opens there will be the renowned home-made cakes and tea from the ladies of the village.
Local caterer Emma will then be producing a variety of tasty barbecue options including burgers, salads and delicious vegetarian dishes. For the kids there will be Hot Dogs with 'proper' sausages.
If you're still peckish there will also be other local food and drink options available - watch this space.
Low Beer Miles ! We will be serving beer that has been brewed at our local CAMRA Pub of the Year, The Salutation at Ham, as well as cider and soft drinks.
Our licence does not allow you to bring your own alcohol on to the site.
We want our festival to be inclusive and welcoming to all. The level grass field is suitable for wheelchair users, although it is a rural location and the field is a bit bumpy in places. We can reserve a few car parking spaces right by the field for those with reduced mobility, please contact us if you'd like to use one.
The festival will go ahead whatever the weather. There are some limited covered seating areas available but if it looks like rain, bring waterproofs and wellies. We will make every effort to carry out the programme as advertised but we may need to change the acts or timings in the event of very bad weather.
Our festival field is quite small and we want everybody to be able to see the stage so we’d prefer rugs and folding chairs. We also have marquee space around the edges where you can sit in the shade or take a break from the sun. That said, if you need to put up a small sun shelter that’s OK but we would ask you to keep it to the rear or sides of the audience space so as not to block the view to the stage
Tickets are non-refundable. In the extremely unlikely event that the festival is cancelled there will be no refunds.
Please leave your dog at home; they are not allowed on the festival site. Guide dogs are welcome of course.
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