Gone Wild Info

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

You will be offered a refund of the face value of all tickets and upgrades purchased. But we would love it, if you rolled your ticket over and joined us for an even bigger festival in 2022.

Your safety is our absolute priority, and if we have to put measures in place we will. Rest assured this will not take away from the awesome experience you’re going to have!

Tiny ones are more than welcome, but they will need a ticket. These are free, and must be applied for when ordering an adult ticket.

If you have purchased tickets you will be sent an e-ticket that you will then exchange for a wristband when you arrive at the festival.

All camp sites will be open from 8am Thursday 27th August.

We’d love you to stay forever, but unfortunately you’ll have to leave no later than 11am on Monday 30th August. Please leave only your footprints behind.

Not at the moment, they become available at a later date.

Bookable activities can be reserved in advance via the festival website. Ticket holders will be informed when activity booking goes live. Not all activities need to be pre-booked, giving some flexibility to your weekend.

We are doing our best to make as many activities as possible free of charge. There will be a cost to some, but our promise is these will be not for profit, just to cover the cost of the event. You will be able to book these in February.

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

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

You can remove all the fuss and reserve your 5×5 pitch. To do this click here or go to the ticket section in the website. Please note, this will be an additional cost to your festival ticket.

Absolutely, but there’s only a very limited number so please click here or visit the ticket section in the website. Please note this is an additional cost to your festival ticket.

You’re more than welcome to bring a moderate amount of alcohol into the campsite, but you will not be allowed to shuttle run between your car and tent all weekend. You will not be allowed to take alcohol into the festival arena.

Unfortunately not, but they will be loads of safely organised campfires throughout the festival arena for you and your family to enjoy.

Small camp stoves are permitted for use outside of your tent, and everyone loves the smell of sizzling bacon in the morning! BBQs are not permitted.

There will not be power points in the campsite or main festival arena. Electric hook up is available in some of the glamping options and in the campervan field. There will also be phone charging facilities in the VIP area. You will be able to purchase power packs onsite.

Free showers are available in all camp sites.

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. There is a designated bag drop in the VIP area, to purchase a VIP ticket please click here

We’d love you stay on site, but if you want to go home and enjoy your own bed, or feed your pets that’s absolutely fine.

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

We are going to be a cashless festival. Contactless and wristband payment will be available.

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.