The festival will take place on Sunday 29th August 2021.
The event is subject to license and in the current covid climate, we cannot be certain that the event will take place. The current government guidance is that all events should be allowed to operate from 19 July 2021. Given that this festival is not until 29th August 2021, we are confident that it will be safe for the festival to take place. We are constantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation and guidance.
If we are not allowed or it is not safe to run the festival due to the Covid 19 pandemic, it will postpone until 2022 and customers will be invited to roll their tickets over to the following year or invited to claim a refund at the discretion of the organisers minus the booking and processing fee and any donation made.
If the event is cancelled due to bad weather, unforeseen circumstances or events beyond the control of the organisers or in the event of a national emergency (as defined by the MOD), the festival will be cancelled and tickets rolled over to the following year.
We are working closely with the appropriate experts to ensure we run a safe, covid secure festival and our COVID risk assessment and policy will remain under constant review in accordance with government guidance. We reserve the right to request temperatre checks, lateral flow tests and sight of vaccination certificates if deemed necessary.
Tickets are available only through the ticket page of this website, via our ticketing partner, Eventbrite. There may be a small number of tickets at the gate but we will not know this until the day before so we would advise that you puchase tickets in advance.
Unfortunately, yes. Each ticket will incur an additional booking fee and transaction fee.
If at any point during the ten days prior to the festival, you or a member of your family has tested positive for Covid-19, displayed any recognised symptoms of Covid-19, or been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19, then you or that group member should not attend the festival unless the government guidance changes.
Where ticket were bought on the same booking order then all ticket holders in that group will have the option to roll over their tickets to 2022 or receive a refund (excluding booking fee). We will need to see proof of a positive PCR test to be able to process refunds and rollovers.
Yes. Children aged between 5 and 16 require a child ticket which will allow them access to the festival. Children aged 0-4 require an Infant ticket which is free. Child tickets should be purchased based on how old the child will be at the festival.
E-tickets will be delivered to the email address entered during the booking process. You must bring your e-tickets with you when you arrive at the festival, preferably on your phone (or printed if necessary) and we’ll scan them at the gate and exchange for wristbands. If you don’t see your tickets in your inbox, please check your junk mail.
No. There will not be any tickets available for sale at the gate. If you do not have a valid ticket when you arrive at the festival, you will not be able to enter the site.
We are not able to refund tickets that can no longer be used. Tickets may be gifted to friends and family. In these circumstances, please inform us of any name changes by contacting us at email@example.com as ID will be checked at the gate..
If you think you have accidentally deleted or lost your tickets, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we should be able to help re-issue them.
Gates open on Sunday 29th August 2021 at 10.30am. Music and entertainment has a strict curfew of 9pm.
No alcohol or soft drinks can be brought into the festival site. There will be a licensed bar on site, set at reasonable prices. Consenting to a search at any time is a condition of entry and you will be searched upon entry.
Our festival is an outdoor and non-seated event. Please feel free to bring a camping chair or picnic blanket for your comfort.
Yes, this event is dog friendly but we would ask you to only bring your furbaby if they will be comfortable in an environment with lots of people, loud music and pyrotechnics. All dogs must be kept on leads at all times. A free dog ticket must be purchased at the time of purchasing your own ticket for each dog which will be exchanged for a tag on their collar on entry. We ask you to make a donation at the gate for all doggie visitors which will be donated to Sussex Pet Rescue.
Yes, as long as you have your wristband and only do so within the opening times of the festival site.
Details of how to travel to the festival can be found on our travel page. We would encourage you to consider using public transport or lift sharing.
No. There is free parking in the town. However, spaces are very limted and we would actively encourage travelling to the festival by public transport.
Yes – there will be accessible parking spaces close to the festival entrance for blue badge holders. Please see the accessibility page for more information.
We have been working really hard trying to secure some funding so that we could reduce ticket prices and provide free tickets for children to widen accessibility to the event, having taken on board some of the comments made in the community. We would have loved for the whole event to have been free but unfortunately, this is simply not possible this year. However, we are so pleased to be able to announce that a few local businesses (we call them 'angels') have stepped up to support the event which has enabled us to release a limited amount of reduced price adult and free kid's tickets. For those people who have already bought tickets, we will be contacting you directly to offer refunds. *Please note that the free kid's tickets are limited to two per booking and must be booked with an adult ticket.
Yes, there is a dedicated first aid tent, run by professional medics. We also have roaming teams of security whom are first aid trained and roving medical patrols. If you need help just ask and we will dispatch the appropriate care to you.
We need to keep everyone safe at our venue. Not only is it our legal duty, but also our moral obligation to ensure everyone's safety at pride. For this reason, we do not allow the following to enter the site:
Flight safety laws are important and strictly enforced. As an event organiser we cannot permit anyone to fly a drone through or over the event. Whilst we are fans of the footage, we cannot authorise you to fly in or around our event.