For the most part, we expect the 43rd festival to be much the same as ever. We’ll confirm arrangements for the Saturday sessions in the New Years.
The Friday and Sunday sessions will remain substantially unchanged with Sunday as usual depending on the availability of beer.
We’ll confirm ticket prices in the New Year
7pm – 11pm – £
12pm – 9pm – £(all day)
4:30 – 9pm – £ (evening only)
12pm – 3pm – Free entry
Bus tickets and camping permits
These can be bought at the same time as your entry tickets. Bus tickets cost £5 for as many journeys as you wish on Friday and Saturday (buses are free on Sunday). Bus tickets must be bought in advance as we cannot legally sell them on the bus.
Camping permits cost £5 per pitch (room for one vehicle and one tent or for two tents), and are valid for Friday night, Saturday night or both.
How to buy tickets
Online and postal sales are now closed, but you may still buy tickets at our 3 local outlets.
Subject to availability (Saturday all-day tickets are selling fast!), admission tickets and camping permits may be on sale at the gate during the festival. Please note that bus tickets must be bought before travelling, as our drivers do not handle cash – tickets for return and future journeys, may be bought at the token stand at the festival. On Friday evening tickets, for Saturday will also be available at the token stand.
Buy from local outlets
105 Hewlett Road
20 High Street
Tickets are available from these outlets from now until the dates of the festival. Payment must be in cash – no cheques or cards.