FESTIVAL DATES AND TIMES
CAMPSITE ACCESS FROM 3PM
HAVE A STRESS-FREE FEST WHEN YOU KNOW THE INS & OUTS...
Q: How do I get there?
A: THE EXACT LOCATION OF THE GOATFEST ENTRANCE IS HERE:
Festival access can be made on foot via an entrance in the Codicote Sports field driveway or by car via an entrance on Bury Lane, Codicote, Herts, SG4 8XY.
COMING BY TRAIN? THE best mainline station near goatfest is STEVENAGE - with regular fast trains to London, Peterborough and Cambridge, AND A TAXI RANK OUTSIDe, WE'D SUGGEST TRAVELLING HERE INSTEAD OF welwyn or Knebworth. THis IS situated approximately five miles away from the festival site. There is a taxi rank outside Stevenage station on Lytton Way and ubers are also readily available in the area.
Limited parking will also be available onsite (please note - our car park is being run by local scout group and will be at a chargeof £4 per day or £7 for the weekend).
Gates to the car park and camping areas will be open at from 3pm on Friday and 11am both Saturday and Sunday.
Q: Will children be able to enter for free?
A: Children under the age of 6 are not required to pay for an entry ticket but also with a responsible adult at all times.
All children under the age of 16 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult for both the festival and camping.
Q: What food and drink will be available at the festival?
A: We will have a RANGE OF fully licenced barS where you can purchase drinks throughout the event. There will also be A RANGE OF EXCITING LOCAL STREET FOOD VENDORS KEEPING YOU FED ALL WEEKEND - From buttermilk fried chicken, AND BURGERS TO stone bake pizzas AND curry, CHIPS AND and ice cream - we have it all!
Q: Can I bring my own alcohol?
A: No outside alcohol can be brought onto the festival site. We have a fully licensed bar available throughout the event. Our security team may confiscate any outside alcohol found on site or entering the site during the festival weekend.
Q: Can I bring my dog?
A: Unfortunately the festival site is a dog free zone, apart from guide dogs, sorry pooches!