Please see our Tickets and Prices page for gate prices.
“The duck platter, duck wings and duck fat chips are all gluten free” – Crispy Duck Rotisserie
“All our curries are gluten and dairy free.” – Now Now
You are welcome to bring a picnic blanket and/or camping chairs to sit on in the festival arena. However we will be operating a bag search policy at the entrance.
Strictly no food or drinks are allowed to be brought on site, with the exception of baby food and bottled water.
Sat 21st July: 11am – 10.30pm.
Sun 22nd July: 11am – 9pm.
Yes, tickets are available for all ages, but you will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult aged 21+.
If you appear to be under 18 years old you may be asked to provide I.D to gain entry to the festival.
We do operate a strict Challenge 25 policy, if you look under 25 you’ll be asked to present ID when purchasing alcohol.
If you appear to be under 18 years old you may be asked to provide I.D to gain entry to the festival, e.g. driving licence or Proof of Age card.
We are also operating a Challenge 25 Policy at the bar.
We welcome festival goers with disabilities to attend TTH.
However please note that the ground is former pastureland and will be uneven in places.
We have disabled parking which is closer to the event site, there will be clear signage on the local roads.
We are also providing a designated view area next to the front of house gazebo, and close-by disabled bathroom facilities.
Up to one free entry, for a carer, per disabled festival goer.
Please ensure the carer brings their Carer Passport or similar ID to indicated they are registered as a carer.
Yes, we have parking available in the adjacent field. The walk from the car park to the festival site is approx. 7 minutes.
Car park opening times:
Sat: 9am – 11.15pm
Sun: 9am – 10pm
GATES WILL BE LOCKED OVERNIGHT
There is a FREE SHUTTLE BUS service running to and from Stevenage Rail Station – this service is FREE OF CHARGE for all festival goers.
Buses run every 30mins, catch it at Stevenage Rail Station (near taxi rank). For returns, catch it from the ‘Todd Bus Stop’ on site at the festival main entrance.
Select free shuttle bus when purchasing tickets.
Alternatively there is a taxi rank at the station. And we have a taxi rank on site at the festival.
Please plan your journey from the rail station home in advance. Up to date information on rail services can be found here http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
Tiny tots sometimes have the knack of toddling off.
We will be operating a lost children and vulnerable persons policy, with carer/parent/responsible adult phone number written on the underside of the child’s wrist band.
We will have a lost property desk located with site management.
You can ask any of our friendly stewards to point you in the right direction.
You can view the up to date line up on our Festival Line Up page.
Take a look here: Feast in the Field
No food or drink is allowed to be brought on to the festival site. With the exception of food for children under 5 years old.
There will be free drinking water available.
The festival takes place in a field called Bury Wood, in the heart of the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.
We’ve enjoyed it in all weathers! However if rain is forecast we recommend donning your favourite pair of wellington boots.
Yes you can!
Opening times for campers: 1pm Friday 19th July (Just the Campsite)
Arena Opening times: Friday 3pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am
Car Park: Please book Car Park passes in advance via ‘Buy Tickets’
No pets are allowed on the festival site.
Guide dogs are allowed.
Yes, all toilet requirements will be catered for.
Yes. Baby changing facilities will be positioned near the festival Toilets.
Please get in touch if these don’t cover it.