We will constantly be adding your questions to this page (relevant ones only!). If you have any, please as on the contacts page.
Is food and drink allowed to be brought on site?
Food and soft drinks are allowed but Alcohol is not (NO GLASS). For us to be able to keep the ticket price as low as possible for adults and for Children to be FREE, it means we have to use other revenue streams to make up the shortfall with the bar being the main one. Otherwise the tickets would have had to be £20! The bar prices will be very reasonable.
Are we helping a local charity?
Yes we are, we are supporting “The Source Young People’s Charity”
“The Source ” is an inclusive local Christian charity based in Aldershot. We are passionate about supporting and empowering young people, aged up to 25 years living in North East Hampshire and surrounding areas, particularly those who are: isolated, vulnerable, struggling at school, in trouble with the law, have challenging family relationships, are homeless, in care, live on their own or are young parents. We celebrate diversity and our doors are open to everyone regardless of belief or background. For more information, please visit The Source
Are there disabled facilities
We will have a fenced off area near the main stage for wheelchairs and helpers and we ask that all helpers bring foldable chairs so that they do not restrict the view of other wheeel chair users by standing in the area. We also have use of the Parks disabled toilet facilities and have now been given use of a carpark on site whuch we are reserving for Blue Badge holders. Please let us know if you would like use of this.
Are there any concessions for elderly/army/disabled?
Unfortunately not. We have priced our tickets as low as possible. Other events in the area are charging £20-£30.
Can I bring my dog?
Unfortunately not, sorry.
Can we bring chairs, rugs and gazebos?
You are welcome to bring chairs and rugs but no gazebos as they may restrict other peoples view.
Can I bring a umbrella / parasol on the day?
Yes, you can, but please be aware of people behind you when setting it up not to block their view. Additionally, there will be an exclusion zone at front of the stage.
When can we arrive?
We aim to open our gates at 11:30 am on Saturday 28th July. Entertainment will be starting at midday.
Is food available at the festival?
There is a large selection of food stands available on the day, ranging from burgers, pizza’s, crepes, momo’s and more importantly ice cream!
Can i bring my own food?
Yes without a doubt, after all its picnic and pop.
Where can i park?
Unfortunately there is no parking on site apart from Blue Badge Holders. There will be clear sign posting for parking on the day. We encourage our visitors to use the public car parks that are in Aldershot town.
Do i have to buy a ticket online?
Paper ticket swill be available to buy with cash from a venue yet to be decided from 1st March 2019. We will update when confirmed
Can i buy tickets on the day?
Yes you will be able to purchase tickets on the day. Tickets will be available on the main gates, but we encourage our visitors to purchase them online in advance as advance tickets have a fast track entry.
What time is last entry?
There is no last entry on the day, the last act finishes at 9pm.
Can i leave the festival throughout the day and then come back?
Yes you can, on entry you will be given a wrist band which will give you access to the festival throughout the day.
Are you looking for volunteers?
Yes we are always looking for volunteers to help. If you are interested in helping, please visit our volunteers page.
Do you have any other questions?
Please use our contact form on our website for any further questions.
Where can i get cash out from?
There are not going to be any cash points on site during the event.