WILBERFEST IS AN ALL-AGES FAMILY FREINDLY FESTIVAL
FESTIVAL DATES AND TIMES
SATURDAY, May 25
//Are pets allowed?
Unfortunately not. No animals (other than assistance dogs) are allowed anywhere on site, including the car parks.
//Can I bring my own food and drink?
No food or drink is allowed in the festival park, we provide refreshments and eateries for your convenience. Apart from glass and alcohol, there are no restrictions on food and drink in the campsite.
//Can I take a chair into the main arena?
Yes, folding camping chairs are fine but please be aware that people may be stood up in front of you, especially if you try and take a seat near the front of the stage! We do not allow gazebos or tents in the main arena.
//Can I bring a motorhome/caravan?
Absolutely, there is plenty of space on our 5 acre site
//Is there a family camping / quieter area?
Yes and it is situated next the main area and car park
//Can I bring my car on to the campsite?
No, cars have to be left on the car parking field next to the campsite for safety reasons.
//How many nights camping is available
Camping is currently available for the Saturday night only.
//What size tent can I bring?
You will need to carry your tent to the camp field but any domestic tent up to 6 person is permitted on the campsite
//Can I bring a BBQ?
Used responsibly, disposable and small portable gas BBQ's are allowed on site. No open fires are permitted. Be aware of the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning, always use in a well ventilated area, NEVER place a BBQ inside a tent, even a used one! Info on CO awareness can be found here on the HSE website
//Will there be plenty of toilets?
Yes, we have toilets in the main arena and campsite and they are serviced/cleaned every morning.
//Can I get a list of who is playing when?
Stage times will be updated on the website and on social media in the week leading up to the festival.
//What time does it finish?
The Main stage acts finish at 11pm on Saturday night
//Can I get a refund on my ticket(s)?
Sorry, no refunds are available on any ticket purchases.
//Is it child friendly?
Absolutely. The festival is geared up to entertaining the whole family. Of course, children should be supervised at all times but there are loads of things for them to do at the festival.
Under 18 tickets must be bought in conjunction with and adult ticket (maximum of 2 under 18s per adult). Adult and children must be wristbanded at the same time on arrival at the festival site.
Responsible adults need to be legal parent / guardians or over the age of 25 and will be wristbanded on site together. Proof of age may be required.
//I’m a trader and would like to attend. How can I find out more details?
Please submit a query via our contact page or through our facebook page
//Are you looking for any volunteers?
YES YES and YES!!! We’re always on the look-out for enthusiastic, hard-working and fun people to join our team of volunteers. To get in touch, send please send a message via our contact page or through our facebook page.
//What are the disabled facilities?
The site is very flat and we have disabled access to and from the main building including disabled toilets. As with all green field sites, if it rains then areas of heavy footfall will become muddy.
//Are there any cash machines on site?
No, however the local village shop allows you to withdraw money and is approximately 300 yards from the festival site.
//Can I pay on the day?
No, advanced tickets only.
//Can I purchase alcohol on site?
Alcohol can be purchased on site using drinks tokens only. These can be purchased on the day by card payment, but would advise that you purchase these in advance on our tickets page to prevent long wait times. The cost is one drinks token per drink.
We urge you to drink responsibly and enjoy the festival refreshments. We operate a challenge 21 policy, so please ensure you bring I.D if you are under 25 years old. Why not take a look at the drink aware website here
//Can I get a discounted ticket to come in for the last part of the day?
No. All tickets are at full price regardless of when you arrive.
These must be worn at all times and be on show, it is your responsibility to look after your wristband. If you fail to display your wristband if asked by a steward or member of staff, you will be required to leave the site or purchase a further band.