Can I bring dogs to the festival?

Yes, well behaved dogs are welcome at the festival as long as they are kept on leads.

Transport: is there parking at the festival?

Yes, free parking is available at the festival, but spaces are limited so arrive early to ensure you get a space. Parking is not permitted on the two roads near the festival site, Church Rise or School Road - do not park here as it restricts access for local residents and emergency services.

Transport: can I get a bus to the festival?

If you want to get the bus, the S3 from Gloucester Green in Oxford (towards Chipping Norton) takes about 52 minutes to get to the "Fawler Manor" stop, and from there it's a short walk up Dark Lane to Finstock. Alternatively, the X9 bus runs from Witney or Chipping Norton - get off at the "Finstock Village Shop" stop and walk up Church Rise, around the left at the top, onto the playing field, and you will see the festival site ahead of you. Mind out for cars on the walk.

Transport: can I get a train to the festival?

If you want come by train there's a convenient, well-trodden route from the nearest well-serviced station at Charlbury to Finstock.

Transport: can I get a taxi to the festival?

Many taxi services are available from Witney. Ask to be taken to Finstock Playing Field.

Is the festival wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the festival site is accessible to wheelchair users, but please take extra care when crossing the playing field and entering the festival site.

Can I camp at the festival?

Camping is not permitted under any circumstances. Anyone camping will be asked to leave the festival site.

I need to contact the festival organisers, how can I do this?

If you are at the festival site you can identify members of the festival team by their yellow t-shirts. Alternatively, please contact us via our social media channels - links at the bottom of the page.

Where to find us


Finstock Playing Field, Finstock, OX7 3DH