Entrance to the festival is only possible with a valid wristband. Tickets and e-tickets are exchanged for a wrist band on arrival at the festival entrance. Wristbands removed from the wrist or tampered with will be rendered invalid and cannot be replaced. Please keep your wristband on for the duration of your ticket. (I.E. If you have a 2 Day ticket you will need to keep it on overnight).
Travel to and from festivals is the biggest contributor to our carbon footprint so please consider using alternative transport. We are just a 10 minute bus ride from New Street and Moor Street train stations. The No.50 bus runs approximately every 10 minutes from opposite Moor Street Station and the top of Digbeth High Street and stops just opposite the festival entrance.
Car Pool Share
We are pleased to be working with liftshare.com for Lunar Festival 2016 as part of our green initiative drive. You can offer or request a lift by visiting our holding page on liftshare.com – Available Here
Despite our best efforts we have been unable to arrange dedicated parking. The surrounding streets are residential and parking is limited. We’d recommend parking just outside Moseley in neighbouring Balsall Heath or Kings Heath. The No.50 bus will take you easily from your car to the festival and back.
Bring it With You
Although we have a range of handpicked festival caterers on site, you are welcome to bring a picnic but glassware is not permitted on site so please decant if need be. We had a lot of contraband jars of olives last year!
Chairs at the Festival
Please feel free to bring folding chairs and blankets and make yourselves comfortable. Some of the artists on the bill are definitely more of a sit down affair but just as many are of the get up and dance variety. We ask that chairs are kept back beyond a certain point so there’s room for both the seated and standing. (there will be signs and stewards to show you).
Leave it at Home
There will be a well stocked bar selling a range of delicious beverages throughout the weekend. No alcohol is to be brought into the festival site and absolutely no glass is allowed. This is due to both health and safety and for licensing reasons. We have to be strict about this so please don’t be offended if our stewards ask to check your bag. We apologise but no dogs are permitted, except for guide dogs. Please no tents or baby tents to be brought to the festival.
We welcome disabled guests. There is a large disabled viewing area with a great view of the main stage. There are also easy access toilets on site.