Key Times & FAQ’s

The doors will open at 13:00 on Friday and 11:00 on Saturday and Sunday, with each day finishing at 22:30. Please note, last entry is at 9:30pm.

Full performance times will be on display at the festival information tent and the bar, they will also be in the festival programme.


Can I buy a ticket on the day?

As long as tickets have not sold out in advance they will be available to buy online throughout the festival at or they can be purchased on the door. CARD only please.

I have an E-ticket. What do I need to do?

If you purchased a ticket online from our ticket shop you will have been sent an E-ticket by email immediately after purchase. All you need to do is print it out or bring it on your phone (please ensure the barcode is visible) and bring valid ID or proof of address

Help! My tickets haven’t arrived!

If you ordered online from our festival website, you will have been sent an E-ticket (from our official ticketing partners Ticketsellers). If you have not received it please check your Spam folder in the first instance. If it has not arrived within 48 hours (and isn’t in your spam folder) then ‘Please log in to your account here to check the status of your tickets. If you are still struggling to locate your account or tickets please email with ‘Ticket not arrived’ in the subject heading, please include the Order no. (if you made a note of it), date of purchase and your full name and address.

I bought tickets on behalf of someone else and I am not going to the festival, it says valid ID is needed – please help?

Please email subject heading ‘Name change’ including the original e-ticket, copying in the new owner and we will make a note of the change of name.

I have bought tickets for a group and we are not all arriving at the same time, what should we do?

Each ticket has a different barcode and different ticket number. Please make sure everyone arriving separately has a different e-ticket. If you are arriving with all the tickets, you will be able to come out of the festival to give the tickets to your group as they arrive, as your wristband allows you to reenter the festival.

What are my travel options?

Travelling to the festival from Birmingham city centre is easy. Catch the number 50 Bus opposite Moor Street Station (outside Selfridges) and get off in Moseley Village at the Co Op, opposite the park. It takes roughly 15 minutes. Due to the location of the Festival, there is no on-site parking. We recommend using public transport or taxis. Please see all travel info here:

When is my favourite band playing?

A rough guide to which bands are playing on what day is available on our line-up page. Timings will be provided in the festival programme and clearly displayed throughout the festival. The first band usually starts at approx 13:00 on Friday and at 11:00 on Saturday & Sunday, with each night finishing at 22:30.

What facilities are available for disabled visitors?

The festival site has a disabled viewing area and easy access toilets, however please be aware that the park is on a gentle slope and in places the ground is uneven. For further information please email

What is not permitted on site?

Gazebos and tents are not permitted. The use of camping chairs is permitted towards the back of the park, this area will be clearly signposted. Absolutely no glassware please! Please decant soft drinks into reusable metal bottles. Remember no single use plastic on site. We have a large fully stocked bar, a cocktail bar and a Pimms bar on site. Due to licensing restrictions you are not permitted to bring your own alcohol on site, please do not be offended if we ask to search your bags. Any alcohol found will be disposed of. Dogs are also not permitted on site unless they are a guide dog.

Can I come and go from the festival?

Despite everything we’ve attempted to do, unfortunately, we will only be allowing people out under special circumstance’s. This is due to our new ticketing entry process. Allowing people to leave and re-enter, using this system, makes it too complicated for the team to manage. This, in the past, has caused a lot of issues we want to avoid – including making sure we limit congestion through our narrow entrance. It’s unfortunate and sadly has to be done but we do, however, allow food and soft drinks to be brought in, so pop into Moseley’s wonderful restaurants, cafes and shops prior to entering. (Check above what you can and can’t bring.) We have our wonderful award winning caterers (Bonehead, OPM, Chakana to name a few) to choice from and all alcohol purchased at the venue is in line with local offering. We’ll also, be announcing line up prior to the event for the first time this year, so you can plan your weekend in advance. Simply sign up and we’ll share beforehand here.

Children at the festival.

All children under 16 must attend the festival with an adult. Please keep your children under supervision at all times. Under 12’s come for free and no ticket is required. 12-15 year olds pay a reduced ticket price.

I have bought a ticket for the wrong day/wrong festival, or have lost my ticket. 

If you have accidentally purchased the wrong ticket please email Please note we are unable to refund/downgrade tickets under any circumstances. If you purchase a physical ticket (not an e-ticket) and have lost it, unfortunately we cannot replace this ticket under any circumstances – please look after it!

I want to stay all weekend!

As long as the festival has not sold out, day tickets will be available on the door. Card only please.