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  • How to get to the event?
    The location of the festival is quite hard to find on sat nav. We highly recommend to download What3Words app (https://what3words.com/products/what3words-app) to get a precise location. Please use the following 3 words to find our location: Dizzy Visit Jazz https://w3w.co/dizzy.visit.jazz The entrance to the arena is the intersection of Butt Green Lane & Loddington Lane, as this is a rural area there is no precise post code, so again we highly recommend downloading and using the What3Words app.
  • What age does a child’s ticket cover?
    Up to 16 years old
  • Do you offer free carer tickets?
    Yes. Please purchase your first ticket for your guest and then send a copy of your PIP to marketing@bluereeffestival.co.uk and hello@bluereeffestival.co.uk along with the details of the ticket you have purchased and the email address you would like your carer ticket to and we will provide one.
  • I have lost my tickets or cannot find the email, how can I get replacements?
    Please email our team on marketing@bluereeffestival.co.uk or hello@bluereeffestival.co.uk with your full name / how many tickets you have purchase / what type of tickets they were / the email address used when purchasing the tickets and our team will resend your tickets.
  • Can we bring camping chairs?
    Yes, camping chairs are welcome.
  • What time does the music end?
    Friday – 01:00am / Saturday 01:00am
  • What time does the arena open?
    Friday entrance to the arena opens 16:00 Saturday Entrance to the arena from 11:00 Campers are permitted entrance to the arena from 09:00 to purchase food and drink from the vendors on site on both Saturday and Sunday.
  • Is there parking on site and does it cost?
    We have parking on site very close to the arena and our parking is free.
  • How accessible is the festival for disabled / wheelchair guests?
    We try to make Blue Reef Festival accessible for all our guests. Disabled parking is located close to the entrance of the arena, free carer tickets are available if arranged prior to arrival by emailing us proof of PIP. The event is held in a working farming field so the ground can be uneven.
  • Are dogs allowed to the festival?
    Unfortunately dogs are not allowed to the festival.
  • Can we bring food and drink to the festival?
    Your own food and drink is permitted in the campsite, but only food and drink purchased in the arena will be permitted.
  • Is camping price per pitch or per person?
    Our camping is sold basis per pitch (ie as many people as you can fit on your pitch)
  • Can we leave the campsite in our vehicle once we are setup?
    Yes, we have ensured to leave roadways between pitches so our guests can leave the site during the festival. We would ask that no vehicles move (unless an emergency) between the hours of 21:00 – 09:00 to give any campers who are having an early night a good nights sleep.
  • Can we park our car on our camping pitch?
    As long as your car and your tent / setup fits on either your standard 6 x 6 m pitch or your large 12 x 6m pitch campers are welcome to park their vehicle alongside their site. We would ask that no cars move during the hours between 01:00 – 09:00 in the morning to allow campers to get a good nights sleep.
  • Are camper vans welcome to the festival?
    Absolutely! A big part of our crowd are the awesome camper crowd.
  • What time do we need to exit camp site on Sunday?
    We don’t want to rush anyone off our campsite, so we would request exit time from campsite 16:00
  • Are showers available at the campsite?
    Unfortunately we were unable to provide showers at this years festival.
  • Can we bring food and drink to the festival?
    Your own food and drink is permitted in the campsite, but only food and drink purchased in the arena will be permitted.
  • Can we BBQ in the camp site?
    BBQ is permitted in the campsite as long as they are raised off the ground, and fully extinguished when leaving the site to the arena. Additionally if the weather conditions change to very hot and dry and the risk of a potential fire hazard warning is issued we may have to disallow bbq’s at short notice.
  • Is electrical hookup available for campers?
    No, unfortunately due to the energy crisis we are unable to provide electric hookup at this years festival, due to the unreasonable amounts suppliers were quoting (£70 per pitch per day) we did not feel comfortable passing this cost along to our guests.
  • My friends and I want to camp next to each other, can we reserve a pitch?
    Camping is on a first come first served basis, if you would like to pitch up close together we highly recommend arriving at the same time or having one of your team pitch up or hold an area for you when they arrive.
  • When does camping open?
    Camping opens from 09:00 on the Friday – if you are travelling on the Saturday please arrive from 10:00 onwards.
  • What size are camping pitches?
    Our standard sized camping pitches are 6 x 6 m Our large sized camping pitches are 12 x 6 m
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