Experience an awesome day out
TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE DAY AT THE FESTIVAL ENTRANCE.
What’s included in the ticket price?
- Access to the entire festival site
- Chefs Kitchen
- Live music
- Street theatre stage
- Free wine talks and tastings
- Our awesome range of exhibitors.
- Entertainment for children
- BBQ Grill stage
- Free talks
- Free childrens entertainment
Kids Go Free
A fantastic family day out and entry is free for children under the age of 15 when accompanied by a ticket- paying adult.
Tickets are available on our website (you are on it, just click on the ticket button).
Ticket price difference is down to special offers and demand, the sooner you buy your tickets the cheaper you get them!
Pre-booked tickets until the 16th June
First release tickets start from just £7.00, for a limited time.
If you are one of the early bird ticket purchasers, you will get them at the discounted price.
Tickets on the day
Saturday or Sunday: £12.00
Discount Ticket Offer.
Starts from 1st October until the 16th June.
The tickets are also sold on Eventbrite, SEE tickets and Skiddle. Ticket sellers add a booking fee, unfortunately we do not have control of the booking fees.
What is the latest time for admittance?
The last admission is one hour before the festival ends. All public must be off the site by 8pm to comply with the venue licensing.
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE DAY AT THE FESTIVAL ENTRANCE
I have a Disability – how to book tickets.
Persons with a disability pay for their tickets online or on the gate and their carer has free entry to the festival. We request the PIP or a photo of a Blue Badge (will need to see both sides). Offering these free tickets presents a risk of fraud if not handled carefully. That’s why we put measures in place to ensure that this scheme is not abused and will require evidence to support your request.
- A Nimbus Access Card with the +1 symbol
- PIP (Personal Independence Payment)
- Copy of a blue badge (we would need to see both sides)
- War Pensions Mobility allowance
- Blind or partially sighted registration certificate (BD8 or CVI certificate)
The festival is held in Montpellier Gardens which is a grass area of land. Normally in good weather the land is easy to access with a wheelchair. It should be noted that if there is rain then the ground may become wet and muddy which will make the use of wheelchairs diffucult. If you have any concerns on the day, contact our team (seen in orange High Vis jackets) and we will do our best to help.
The cost of admission is the fee for Entry.
Helps us cover costs such as – hire charges for the venues, lighting, set up and the musical entertainment. There are also cleaning, insurance, security, and venue hire paid to Cheltenham Borough Council.
Last orders at the bar Will be called 30 mins before the event is due to end:
Friday night 6.30pm, the festival closes at 7pm
Saturday night 6.30pm, the festival closes at 7pm
Sunday 4.30pm. the festival closes at 5pm
There are many beautiful places to stay in Cheltenham, the regency spa town famous for its festivals and known as the cultural centre of the Cotswolds.
Check out VisitCheltenham website for accomadation.