Join us on 25th - 28th August 2022

Gone Wild Info

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Your weekend camping ticket includes entrance into Gone Wild Festival from Thursday 25th August until Sunday 28th August. Your ticket also includes four nights camping in the festivals general campsite.

It is important to note that while there’s SO MUCH TO DO within your ticket price, we can’t guarantee you’ll get to do everything.

If you have purchased tickets you can download your e-ticket from your confirmation email. You will then exchange your e-ticket for your cashless wristband when you arrive at the festival during the following times:

  • Thursday 0800hrs – 2100hrs
  • Friday 0800hrs – 2100hrs
  • Saturday 0700hrs – 1200hrs

Once you have your wristband you can come and go as you please outside of these times.

In the general campsite there is no restriction on tent size, but you must plan to be self sufficient.

This is a camping upgrade that proved very popular in 2021. When you arrive you’ll have a 5x5m piece of Devon waiting for you, it works brilliantly for groups that arrive at different times, or for people that arrive late at night.

If you want to be next to your friends, then one person must book multiple pitches.

Your tent must fit within the 5x5m pitch.

This is an upgrade, there will definitely be space in the general campsite if you choose not to buy this option.

As a family friendly festival, all of our campsites cater to families.

All car parks, campsites and the ticket exchange will be open from 8am Thursday 25th August.

If camping’s not you’re thing that’s no problem at all. You are more than welcome to come and go as you please within our gate opening times with your weekend ticket.

A small trailer is permitted in the main car park.

No, you will park in the main car park and carry your kit to the campsite.

It’s about 500m (depending on where you park) to the entrance of the campsite.

You can, but each time you re-enter you will be subject to a bag search.

You can bring your own food and drink into the campsite, but there are no refrigeration facilities.

You are not permitted to take food or alcohol into the festival arena, but you can take drinking water in.

You can bring a limited amount of alcohol into the festival campsites, 8 x 440ml can or 2 bottles of 70cl wine or 1 bottle of 70cl spirit. Please note, there is strictly no glass allowed any where in the festival. No alcohol, is permitted in the festival arena.

There are no sinks to wash up in. There are water points to allow you to fill up a bowl with water, and there are grey water disposal points.

No, once you’ve parked your campervan there is no re-entry.

Unfortunately not, no free standing tents are permitted in the campsite. Awnings are fine.

Unfortunately no gazebos or windbreaks are allowed in any campsite.

We will be offering the following to disabled customers:

  • Disabled Parking (you will need to have your blue badge on display).
  • A designated accessible campsite, adjacent to the disabled car park, with accessible toilets and showers.
  • Accessible toilets within the Main Arena.
  • Raised viewing area within the Main Arena.

We offer a free carer ticket to those who would be unable to attend the event without assistance. To apply, send your booking reference along with proof of eligibility to [email protected] and we will issue you with a carer ticket.

There are basic baby changing facilities in the festival arena, but not in the campsite.

We’d love you to stay forever, but unfortunately you’ll have to leave no later than 11am on Monday 29th August. Please leave only your footprints behind.

Yes, but you need to buy a car park ticket. Please click here or go to the ticket section on the website.

Unfortunately not, campfires are not permitted in the campsite.

Unfortunately not, sorry

Small camp stoves are permitted for use outside of your tent, and everyone loves the smell of sizzling bacon in the morning!

There will not be power points in the campsite or main festival arena.

Free hot showers are available.

There will be free drinking water available in all campsites and the main festival arena.

Sorry, only assistance dogs are allowed at the festival.

There will be no onsite lockers.

The site is accessible for wheelchair users, but assistance may be needed for some parts dependant on the weather.

There will be a broad range of delicious, locally sourced food. We will also aim to cater for most dietary requirements, but can’t promise all.

 

The Powderham Farm Shop and Orangery Restaurant will be open throughout the weekend and are located between the campsite and the arena. Both outlets sell a fantastic range of local food and drinks. Please note the farm shop will not be operating the cashless system.