Beyond The Woods is an intimate gathering of friends, music lovers and party-goers, tucked away in a beautiful corner of the Lincolnshire countryside
Here's everything you could possibly need to know about coming to Beyond The Woods 2019.
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Beyond The Woods is held at Stourton Estates, Baumber, LN9 5NL.
If you're joining us for the first time, the important thing to remember is not to follow your sat nav.
There are lots of entrances to the estate, but the one you're after (which your sat nav won't like) is very clearly signposted off the A158 between Wragby and Baumber.
There is plenty of parking space at BTW, and parking is completely free of charge.
The nearest train station is Lincoln Central. Once you arrive in Lincoln, we'd suggest getting a taxi out to the site. A car usually costs about £25, and even less if you can split the fare.
This is a tricky one.
There are bus services that run past the Stourton Estate; however, they're not connected to the estate by any sort of pavement. We really can't recommend walking the rest of the way - it's very dangerous.
Your best bet if you're joining us by bus is to go as far as Baumber and then get a taxi to take you the short distance to the festival site.
If you do decide to do this, we'd advise booking the cab in advance, as there aren't any cab firms based in Baumber itself.
Also, if you're joining us for the day, it's worth noting that the buses finish pretty early on Saturdays. You might be better off staying over.
Advance purchase ticket prices for Beyond The Woods 2019 are:
|Early Bird||Sold Out|
|Weekend Camping (Phase 1)||Sold Out|
|Weekend Camping (Phase 2)||Sold Out|
|Weekend Camping (Phase 3)||£50|
|Weekend Camping (Under 12)||Sold Out|
|Weekend Camping (Under 16)||£25|
|Saturday (Under 16)||£17.50|
Tickets purchased on the day will cost £50 for the weekend, or £40 for Saturday only. Make sure you book early to get yours at the cheapest possible price!
If you are planning to buy your tickets on the day, please make sure you have purchased your tickets online before you set off, as they will not be available for purchase on the gate.
There are cheaper tickets available for under 12s and under 16s. Children aged four and under can come for free, as long as they are accompanied by a paying adult (18+)
We do not currently have any plans to release day tickets for Friday.
Unfortunately we will not be able to release any further under 12s tickets for this year's festival
Tickets to Beyond The Woods are non-refundable, but if you're no longer able to attend you can re-sell your tickets using our approved re-sale platform Twickets.
Please note that tickets purchased anywhere other than Twickets, or the official BTW ticketing page, will not be valid for admission to the festival.
We are pleased to be able to provide free personal assistant tickets, where they are required. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Glampers and campers in the green (family/quiet) campsite will have access to showers.
Unfortunately shower facilities will not be available elsewhere on site.
Campers in this site can park next to their tents, and have access to showering facilities.
Please note that there is a strict curfew of 11pm. The quiet/family campsite is not suitable for noisy or large groups, and is a short walk (approximately 600m) from the festival arena.
We'll be announcing more details of our full Beyond The Woods glamping experience shortly.
Unfortunately our campervan/caravan spaces are now fully booked. Please do not arrive with a live-in vehicle as, sadly, we will not be able to accommodate you.
We are unable to supply electrical power to campervans/caravans.
Ticketing for Beyond The Woods is managed by our friends at Gigantic.
You can get hold of them on email@example.com, or by calling 01158 077 900.
Unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds except in the event of the festival's cancellation. Please see our terms and conditions for more information.
Yes - lots of family groups have joined us for the festival before and thoroughly enjoyed it. There will be plenty of activities which are suitable for youngsters.
As is the case with most festivals, there will be some musical performances which may contain strong language.
Let's start with the usual things: Please bring clothing appropriate for the weather. If it's an especially hot day, do remember your sun screen.
Everything's pretty close together once you arrive on site, but it might be worth bringing some fairly robust footwear just in case. The ground at Stourton Estates isn't especially uneven, but it's not perfectly flat either - just like any beautiful field in the countryside.
Portable camping chairs (or something similar) are always a good idea. We will be putting some seating out in the arena and food court areas, but they'll very much be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note that you will be subject to a search by drugs detection dogs before ariving on site. Sharp objects such as knives are also prohibited.
Yes - but only for consumption in the campsites, and as long as you're over 18.
Unfortunately you can't bring booze into the festival arena, but our bars are very reasonably priced. Last year pints were £3.50, and they'll be very similarly priced (if not the same price) this year.
You can bring your own food, and take it wherever you'd like.
The festival bar will accept card payments. Whether food vendors accept card will very much be up the the individual vendor, so it's probably worth bringing some cash just to be on the safe side.
There will not be cash points on site.
Yes, unless the weather is especially hot.
If the ground is very dry, and there's a serious fire risk, then BBQs may not be permitted.
You must have a means of keeping your cooking device well off the ground.
Also, and we really can't stress this enough - please don't use cooking appliances inside your tent. It's really dangerous.
Smoking is permitted within outdoor areas of the festival site, but it's really important that you dispose of your cigarette ends using the bins provided.
For the rest of the year our site is home to a herd of deer, and if find a cigarette end on the ground (or any kind of litter) they will eat it - so please make sure it goes in the bin.
In order to protect the deer from eating anything they shouldn't, we have a no glass policy on site.
You can bring your spectacles with you, but other than that please leave any glass objects at home.
With the exception of assistance animals, pets are unfortunately not permitted on the festival site.
The campsites will open at 1pm on Friday 9th August, and we kindly ask that campers have left the site by midday on Sunday 11th August.
If you're joining us for the day on Saturday gates will open at 11am, and your ticket will be valid until 2am on Sunday morning.
The stage times for the weekend are available here.
We're looking forward to announcing times for non-stage-based entertainments closer to the time of the festival.
The arena will be open from 2pm - 2am on Friday, and 9am - 2am on Saturday
Unfortunately, applications to perform at the festival have now closed.
We're selling this year's festival t-shirts in aid of The Nomad Trust.
We've partnered up with Celebration Paper & Plastics Ltd in a bid to make our bar and food vendors waste-free