This year’s Beyond The Woods Festival will be taking place on 6th & 7th August.
We know that you might have questions about Covid-19, and what it means for this year’s event, so we’ve put together this page to give you the answers.
Will the festival be going ahead?
We’re currently going full-steam-ahead for Beyond The Woods to take place this August.
According to the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, all restrictions will be lifted on 21st June. This mean’s we’ll be in a strong position to put on a safe event two months later.
What will you be doing to make the event Covid-safe?
We’ve drawn up plans to cover all eventualities to help make Beyond The Woods as safe as possible.
Of course, the situation with the coronavirus is constantly changing. The safety measures we’d need to put on a festival now could be very different to the safety measures we might need in August.
We’re constantly reviewing our plans, and changing them according to infection levels, and the government’s lockdown roadmap.
As the festival gets nearer, and we have a better idea of the sorts of measures we are likely to need to introduce, we’ll be able to give you some more concrete information.
What if the festival is cancelled?
Of course, we’ve got to be completely honest and say that there is still a chance that Beyond The Woods might not be able to take place. The situation with Covid has changed so dramatically over the last year, and we can’t rule out that it might do so again.
What we can guarantee is what will happen if we do have to call the festival off.
If the festival is cancelled, everyone will be entitled to a full refund of the face value price of their ticket, including any camping upgrades etc.
Or, instead, you can roll your ticket over to 2022’s event free of charge.
Whatever happens, we promise that you’ll get what you paid for or get your money back.
What if I get for Covid before the festival?
If you can’t attend the festival because of a positive Covid test, you’ll be able to request a refund.
If you have Covid between Friday 30th June and Friday 27th August you’ll be able to apply for a refund.
Obviously, to be eligible for a refund your ticket must be unused.
We’ll provide more information on requesting a refund in July.
Any other questions?
If you’ve got any other questions, or there’s anything you think we’ve missed, please feel free to contact us.
We look forward to seeing you at Stourton Woods in August.