The camp sites open at 10am on Friday 9th July and closes on Sunday at 6pm.
Day ticket holders:
Day tickets customers can enter the event from 10am each day. On Friday and Saturday night the event closes at 3am. Sunday night closes at 6pm (please note there is a reduced rate for Sunday tickets).
Buying tickets before hand:
Tickets are still available to buy online right up until the last day. All you need to do is print them at home and away you go.
Buying tickets on the door:
Tickets will be available on the door, however they will still be cheaper if bought in advance and printed at home. This will also save you having to queue at the box office.
Car Park tickets:
There is now a green fee charge of £3 in advance or £5 at the gate per vehicle for parking. If you have not purchased a parking ticket before hand you will need to do so upon entering the event.
We are situated on the A371 between Shepton Mallet and Castle Cary.
Coming from the Bristol area turn off at M32 and take the A37.
Coming from Devon or Cornwall turn off at junction 23 off M5.
Coming from the East take the M3, A303, A371.
Our nearest stations are at Castle Cary, Bristol or Temple Combe.
For more information on booking trains please contact either: National Rail or First Great Western.
There is also a shuttle bus running back and forth from Castle Cary Station direct to the showground through out the weekend.
Click here for times and more information…
Please click here for a list of local taxi’s and their phone numbers…
WHAT TO BRING:
• ID, if you are over 18 and want to drink alcohol – challenge 21 will be in place at all bars.
• Cash for the weekend there may not be a cash point on site.
• Your skateboard, BMX or preferred ride!
• Rain wear, sun wear & warm clothes.
• Tent and sleeping bag if you are camping.
• Change of clothes in case you get wet.
• Mobile phone – please keep it safe.
• Deodorant, cologne or perfume (these items will not be confiscated)
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
• Any kind of gas or fuel related cookers or stoves.
• Portables or disposable BBQ’s or any fire related cooking equipment.
• Illegal items or substances.
• Any weapons or items that may be considered an offensive wepon.
• Knives of any sort including pen knives and swiss army knives
• Fireworks and flares
• Alcohol over the limit allowed. See alcohol restrictions above.
• Glass bottles or jars or drinking vessels (i.e. pint glasses or wine glasses etc)
• Spray paint
• Large sound systems
Please note that this year, like 2009, there are restrictions on how much alcohol you are allowed to bring into the event. All people wishing to do so must bring their alcohol in with them the first time they enter. Once you are wrist-banded you will not be allowed to re enter with any more.
For a full list of restrictions as well as more detailed on all of the points above please click here...