If you’re bringing your own tent camping is completely free. The campsite will open at 10am on Friday. You cannot park in the camping area, but the car park is only a few minutes away.
There is only one entrance to the site, which will be clearly visible from the car park. Stewards will guide you to the camping area.
If you’re bringing the little ‘uns along we have a totally separate family camping area away from the crowds complete with its own team of stewards responsible for ensuring the comfort and needs of the family campers are met. No need to book, just mention at the main gate and you can receive a wristband for entry into the area.
If it’s luxury and convenience you’re after, check out WOW’s range of cosy bell tents with airbeds, lighting and rugs available for hire. Perfect for large groups of 4-6 or couples wanting a bit of space.
Book a bell tent
We also have a selection of more affordable pre-pitched tents, all set-up and ready to go, available for hire in various shapes and sizes through Tangerine Fields. From cards, to cubes and camp lights, they have it all for hire. Have a look through their awesome selection of tents
If you are bringing a campervan, caravan or motorhome you will need to purchase a campervan pass. One campervan pass is required per live-in vehicle to gain access to the campervan field. These need to be purchased in advance of arrival, with your festival entry ticket and you will be asked to state your registration number and vehicle type. They cost £35 and can be bought from any of our vendors here.
Rules for live-in vehicles, campervans, caravans and trailer tents.
Ticket and accommodation packages can be bought through:
If you want to stay off-site and organise yourselves, there are various places in the surrounding area providing accommodation:
Be sure to take a look at our guide to Bruton and the surrounding area for more information on places to stay and things to do in the local towns, there’s plenty!