Q. Can I come on Friday and camp?
A. Yes you can. Camping opens at 6pm on Friday and live music is available throughout the town at pubs and restaurants. There are two supermarkets and plenty of places to eat and drink and get ready for the big day on Saturday.
Q .Can I bring my dog?
A. No pets are allowed on site, except guide dogs.
Q. Can I bring food into the festival?
A. Yes you are welcome to bring picnics or snacks into the arena – although we have a huge range of food in our festival village. No glass containers of any kind are allowed in the festival arena.
Q. Can I bring alcohol into the festival?
A. No sorry no alcohol can be brought into the arena or into the campsite. Do not expect to be served alcohol if you are under 18 years, or you don’t have ID to prove your age.
Q. How old do I have to be to come to AMF by myself?
A. Anyone 12yrs or younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Q. What ID will you accept to prove my age if challenged?
A. Passports (not copies) or valid photo driving licences and PASS cards only are accepted. NB: Evidence of age may be required for age dependent concession passes as well as at bars, so please bring evidence of child/youth ages if appropriate.
Q. Do you have provisions for disabled people?
A. We have disabled toilets and parking close to the entrance, so access is easier. Stewards are trained to help you with any issues. The campsite has a firm flat surface with close cut grass, there is a small slope. The whole site is easily accessed and on one level the campsite is next to the festival stages. We have viewing platform in front of the Main Stage stewards will help you find the best place to see. If you’d like to know more email@example.com
Q. When is the latest date I can buy a ticket?
A. Tickets will be available on the gate only IF we haven’t sold out. It is more cost effective to buy in advance too.
Q. Can I re-enter the festival?
A. As long as you have your wristband on you can, you will not be able to bring in alcohol.
Q. What are the timings of the festival and what are the campsite opening times?
A. Gates open at 10am and the festival closes at midnight. The campsite is open from 6pm on Friday until noon on Sunday.
Q. How do I get to the site?
A. Check out the ‘Find Us’ page.
Q. Is there a cash point on site?
A. No, but there are ATMs in the town at Co Op and Lloyds Bank (200m from festival entrance).
Q. We are coming as a family and we’re worried about the campsite being noisy, is there a quieter area?
A. The campsite is large and spacious. You are free to pick your spot and camp away from others if you are concerned. We ask all campers to respect others and the campsite is patrolled by security to ensure no one spoils it for others.
Q. Is there any food and drink available for campers on Sunday morning?
A. There will be hot drinks and cooked breakfasts available in the arena on Sunday morning. No barbeques or fires are allowed whatsoever in the campsites or festival arena. Please read our terms and conditions…
Q. I’d like to camp on Sunday night, is that possible?
A. Sorry but the campsite closes at noon on Sunday.
Q. I don’t like camping are there nearby hotels/B&Bs?
A. If you are looking for an alternative to camping visit the trivago website to find a hotel or B&B, you can visit the camping page here for local alternatives.
Q. Where is the nearest supermarket?
A. Once you are on site you shouldn’t need to leave again with the many bars and food stalls available, but a Co Op and a Tesco Express are in town are open until 10pm on Saturday and from 10am on Sunday morning.
Q. What’s the line-up this year?
A. All the latest details are here…
Q. My band wants to play the event, how do I apply
A. Please note we are unable to pay a fee as AMF is a not-for-profit event and we’re trying to raise money for music-based charities. But if you’d welcome the experience and exposure, then please apply and good luck…
Q. How do I become a volunteer?
A. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. What charities do you support?
A. This is a not-for-profit festival and any money raised goes to help good causes and music based charities via the AMF Foundation, read more about the AMF Foundation…