Camping in the general or family campsites is free with a 4 or 3 day ticket.
People who have bought a WOMAD glamping experience can stay in the glamping campsite. No other tents are allowed in this area.
If you are disabled and require personal assistance, WOMAD has a designated disabled camping area with additional facilities to make your festival comfortable.
There are plenty of toilets on site, all emptied and cleaned regularly over the weekend by a dedicated hygiene team. We also have La Di Da Loos, for a little extra luxury, which is available in the camping area and the main arena.
The many drinking water points are signposted around the campsites. It is useful to bring bottles to fill. There are also showers available.
Parking is included in weekend and day tickets. We keep cars and camping separate. However, the campsite is designed so that you are able to park within a reasonable distance from your tent.
Fires, BBQs & Gas
- For everyone’s safety OPEN FIRES ARE BANNED everywhere. The campsite has fire exits and clearly marked Fire Towers to spot anyone in difficulty.
- BBQs are also not allowed.
- Gas canisters are permitted but may be no more than 5kg (different restrictions apply for live-in vehicles).
- Camping stoves are permitted with bottles less than 5kg. They must only be used outside your tent.
There is a campers’ lockup at the Customer Care Centre. There is a charge of £1 per item. Please check with lockup staff for opening times. If you cycle to the festival you can also leave your bike at the Customer Care Centre. There is a charge of £1 per bike. Please bring your own bike locks.
Sound systems or amplified music are not allowed. If you spread noise pollution we reserve the right to confiscate your sound system. Please restrict drumming in the campsite to 8am – 8pm. Please take this seriously, our licence depends on it. We reserve the right to ask people persistently ignoring this to leave the festival.
There are plenty of bins around the site, clearly marked for different waste so that we can separate and manage recyclable waste offsite. Please separate your recycling to help.
Gazebos and Festival Shelters
If you wish to bring a gazebo or festival shelter to pitch alongside your tent you are permitted to do so, however please be mindful of other festival attendees and their space.
Due to the size of our campsite is there is no limit to tent size, however, make sure you are giving other people space when you are pitching. If you are camping in a group and there isn’t adequate space for all of you, consider moving to a different spot so as not to be cramped together.
Live-in vehicle pitch
We generally say your live-in vehicle needs to be 7 meters long or less, any longer than this and we ask you to purchase a second live-in vehicle ticket. You are also permitted to pitch a small tent beside your live-in vehicle.
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