Barn on the Farm is held at Over Farm just outside Gloucester.
The full address is: Over Farm, Over, Gloucester, GL2 8DB.
Head over to the Getting to the festival page for directions and travel advice.
Intimate Thursday (to those with tickets including the Intimate Thursday only)
Campsite – 12:00 midday
Arena – 2pm
Behind Barn Doors Friday (to those with tickets including the Behind Barn Doors Friday only)
Campsite – 9am
Arena – 12:00 midday
General Admission (Saturday & Sunday)
Campsite (to those with Weekend tickets) – 8:00am on Saturday.
Arena – 9:00am
The last band will finish around 11pm on Sunday.
The campsite closes 12:00 midday on Monday
Full weekend camping and car parking is free of charge with all weekend tickets.
Day tickets do include car parking, however do not include camping. You will receive a different wristband which will only allow access for the one day.
Souvenir programmes are not included in the ticket price, but can be bought for a small amount at the festival.
Campervan tickets and boutique camping tickets must be bought separately.
Tickets will be issued as an E-Ticket, via email. If you have any issue in finding your ETicket, please refer to the Ticketline website where you can get your ticket resent to you.
Bring your ticket with you to the festival where it will be exchanged for a wristband. We can also scan your ticket on a mobile phone providing the bar code is clearly visible.
No. Whilst all tickets include camping as standard, once you have received your wristband you are able to come and go as you wish. So if camping isn’t your thing then feel free to travel up on each day.
If you drive to the festival and want to leave at the end of the day, please let a parking steward know when you arrive so you don’t have any issues getting your car out.
Any size tents are allowed, however gazebos are not permitted in the camping area.
We have an extremely limited amount of Campervan spots and these have all sold out for 2019. We will make an announcement if we manage to make any more spaces available.
Under-16’s must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18.
Over 18’s must bring ID to be exchanged for a wristband to buy alcohol.
As part of our license, dogs (and other pets) are not allowed on the festival site. Only registered guide dogs will be allowed.
All farm animals should be left alone throughout the weekend.
Yes. Over 18’s are allowed to bring alcohol in non-glass containers. Glass is strictly prohibited in all areas of the festival site.
Personal alcohol is not allowed in the arena, but there is a reasonably priced bar selling a wide selection of decent beverages.
Yes. We have several different caterers at the site selling a variety of produce in the arena. Food can also be bought from the farm shop at the site entrance.
The nearest supermarket is Tesco on St Oswald’s Road, a short drive away
Bottled water can be bought from the bars and food vendors. Free tap water will also be available from taps in the campsite.
The majority of the arena is on hardstanding ground, including the Main Stage and Wooden Barn Stage. Both of these stages are also undercover so it will be possible to escape the elements.
The campsite and carpark however are all grass so should we have a typical English summer, be prepared for a bit of mud. If it rains we will do everything we can to keep things comfortable, but we can’t promise your white t-shirt will leave the same colour it arrived.
Yes. We only reccommend using www.twickets.co.uk as the safest place to buy or sell tickets. We, as a festival, cannot accept any responsility for loss of money or tickets during any transactions however have formed a relationship with Twickets to ensure that a suitable and safe platform is avaliable. If you have any questions or queries regarding selling or buying tickets then please email us at info @ barn on the farm.co.uk.