- When and where is Lunar Festival?
Lunar Festival will take place on Umberslade Estate in Tanworth In Arden on 3rd – 5th June 2016.
- Where is my ticket? All online orders are E-Tickets. This means you will have received a confirmation email including a bar code which acts as your ticket. Please print this out and bring it with you on the day. If you haven’t received this email or have lost it please email email@example.com before Midday on Friday 3rd June with subject title ‘Ticket Issue’ and enough information to help us find your order. After Midday on Friday please contact the box office on arrival with your email address, Order no. and any other information you may have about the booking.
- Can I bring my campervan? You will need to have purchased a Live-In Vehicle Ticket in advance from our website.
- Where is my campervan ticket?All our camping vehicle tickets are e-tickets sent by email. You simply need to bring the confirmation email including the order number, along with valid ID to the box office when you arrive.
- What time is the Box Office open? From 10am – 9pm Fri – Sun
- How do I get there by car? It’s important that we don’t congest the narrow sleepy lanes of Tanworth in Arden so please follow our signs to bypass the village.Take Junction 3 off the M42 heading South on the A435 towards Redditch & Evesham. After 1.5 miles take the B4101 Left signed BEOLEY / HOCKLEY HEATH / TANWORTH IN ARDEN. From here please follow the Lunar Festival signs which will guide you towards Umberslade Farm Park.
- Is there a charge to park my car?
This year we will be asking for £10 per car on arrival. This charge will go towards the maintenance of the car parking field during, and after, the event. It will also cover the cost of stewarding the car park.
Please note the car park is a 10-15 minute walk to the festival site.
There will be wheelbarrows at the box office to help carrier items to the camping field (subject to availability/deposit required).
We politely ask festival goers to minimise trips to/from Lunar festival to reduce congestion in the village and festival site, wear and tear of parking fields and our carbon footprint.
- I don’t have a car – what are my travel options? The best option is to travel from Birmingham.
For information on getting to the festival please click here
- How far is the car park to the campsite/arena? Everything is within a 10-15 minute walk.
- Can I build my own campfire / BBQ on the site? For safety reasons we have to strictly prohibit any fires or BBQ’s on the site, however there will be a roaring bonfire in the main festival area all weekend for everybody to enjoy and toast their marshmallows safely.
- When is my favourite band playing? Full performance times will be on display throughout the festival site and in the festival guide.
- What facilities are available for disabled visitors? There will be disabled access parking. There will also be accessible toilets which will be signposted or ask one of our Stewards who will be happy to direct you.
- Can I bring glassware to the festival? No, sorry you’ll need to decant into plastic bottles or tubs as the site is on a Farm. Glassware is not permitted in the campsite area or Arena.
- Are there places to shower/wash up/water points etc? Both campsites have drinking water and sinks. Hot showers are available next to the live in vehicles field.
- Can I pitch my tent in the camping vehicle area? For Health and Safety reasons we have to keep tents and camping vehicles separate but the site is fairly small so you’re never far from friends if they’re in another area.
- Child supervision. All children under 16 must be accompanied to the festival by an adult.
- Do I need to book in advance for the Nick Drake Player? This is a limited event and needs to be booked in advance. Reserve your place on the Tickets Page. After the event you can then choose between a Nick Drake related gift or your get your money back when the session has finished.
- Do I need to book in advance for any workshops? Most of our workshops are open to everyone to have a go, however some more specialist crafts will need to know in advance who is coming due to limits on materials and space. Details will be up at the Festival Shop.
- What time does the site open each day? The Box Office/Site opens at 10am.
- Can I leave the site during the day and re-enter? Yes, however we are asking festival goers to minimise their trips in and out of the festival to help reduce our carbon front print. You will be allowed to drive out at any time but only able to drive in between 8am – 11pm.
- When do I need to leave the site? If you have a day ticket you will be allowed to stay until the final activity finishes at 3am. You will not have access to the camping field. If you have a weekend ticket you will need to leave by midday Monday 6th June.