A cash machine is located in the Racecourse buildings, so no need to dash into town!
Under the age of 12 – Free entry to all events. Children should be accompanied by an adult and supervised throughout. Please note: only Official Festival Photographers may take pictures in The Den (children’s area) and The Westwood Sessions area.
Beverley Folk Festival aims to provide access to all entertainment on site. Events within the Racecourse buildings have disability access. It should be noted that the main concert marquees and Festival Village are located on a green field site – we will always endeavour to provide assistance where necessary.
Parking spaces for blue badge holders are available on site subject to space via Gate 2.
The site includes disability friendly toilets.
Campers will be able to park next to their camping accommodation in a reserved area – please note, blue badges must be displayed in the vehicles windscreen at all times.
Click HERE to read about the campsite.
Dogs & Other Pets
We appreciate that the majority of dog owners are responsible, but the festival is required to have rules in place to cover all circumstances. Therefore, dogs are allowed on site within the following rules:
- They must be kept on leads at all times.
- Owners must clear up after them.
- If your dog is liable to bark or is nervous around children, crowds or loud noise, please do not bring them to the festival for the sake of other festival goers and the animals themselves.
- Dogs are not allowed inside any festival venue (e.g. marquees, bars, Racecourse rooms, etc.)
- Assistance Dogs are permitted in all festival areas.
- Campers must not leave dogs unattended in tents, caravans or campervans.
- They must not be left in cars – this is for their own health and well-being. If this happens, the festival may take action if there are concerns about the welfare of an animal.
- The festival management reserves the right to insist on the removal of a dog from the festival site if there are concerns regarding its behaviour.
The festival does not in any way tolerate the taking of or trading of non-prescribed drugs on its site.
First Aid & Security
First Aid and Security will be on hand throughout the weekend and attending staff will be visible. They will be based in the Festival Village.
Food & Drink
We kindly ask that you do not bring picnics – there is a great range of food and drink outlets available so please support our excellent suppliers.
No glass to be brought onto or used on the festival site.
The Festival site will officially open to the public on Friday 16th June from 3pm.
On Site Festival Box Office hours: Fri 3pm – 10pm / Sat & Sun 9.30am – 10pm
Existing ticket holders: Please refer to your e-vouchers for full check in details.
Friday – Events start at 6pm and end at 2am
Saturday and Sunday – Events start at 11am until 2am approx
The campsite will be accessible to those with pre–booked Weekend + Camping tickets from 12 noon on Friday 16 June. Click HERE to read about the campsite.
Free parking is available on Beverley Westwood – just across the road – for everyone visiting the festival. Traffic stewards will direct you on arrival. Please note that there is to be no overnight parking.
Campers arriving in vehicles – please ensure you read the information on your e-vouchers and the camping section of the website before your arrival for details of checking in and your parking information.
Photographs taken in any area of the festival site by our Official Photographers may be used in future marketing material.
Schedule of Events and Timings
In the schedule of events, all items and timings may be subject to last-minute changes at the discretion of the Festival committee. All doors are due to open 30 minutes before the performance is scheduled to commence – except in some cases where a tight changeover takes place – in which case doors will open 15 minutes before the event starts.
Seating in venues
All our venues have a mix of seating and standing areas which are carefully set out. We kindly ask that your own seating is not used in the venues for health and safety reasons. You are however able to use your own seating outside the venues such as in the festival village.
Visiting the historical town of Beverley is made easy with a regular shuttle bus service (timetable and details available soon) operated by Acklams, which will run to and from the festival all weekend.
To find out more about Beverley click HERE
Tickets & Wristbands
Please take care of yours as there are no free replacements.
Beverley Folk Festival is one of the friendliest and safest festivals around!
We reserve the right to remove from the festival site any person (whether or not they have a ticket) who causes a disturbance, attempts to sell merchandise or hand out printed material without prior authorisation, takes part in a demonstration or in any way disrupts the normal operation of the festival. The festival does not in any way tolerate the taking of, or trading of, non-prescribed drugs on its site.