Tickets & FAQs


Opening Times 2024


Saturday 18th May: 10am-8pm

Sunday 19th May: 10am-7pm

Artisan Market stalls may close from 5pm.


Getting Here


We recommend travelling to the event via public transport whereever possible.


Address: Wythenshawe Park & Gardens, Wythenshawe Road, Manchester M23 0AB

Tram: The nearest Metrolink stop is Wythenshawe Park, on the Manchester Victoria to Manchester Airport line. To get to the Park and Hall, walk east along Wythenshawe Road (B5167) for about 3/4 mile. The park is on your right and the stop is a ten minute walk from the park.

Bus: Bus 101 from Princess Parkway (heading from City Centre). Bus 179 along Altrincham Road (from Stockport direction). Bus 370 from Didsbury along Wythenshawe Road, or from Altrincham Interchange along Wythenshawe Road. Bus stops are located nearby on Princess Parkway, Wythenshawe Road and Altrincham Road

Train:  Regular tram, train & taxi links are available from Manchester train stations.

Park & Ride: Metrolink have Park & Ride available at Sale Water Park (301 spaces) and East Didsbury (310 Spaces) stops. Return tram fares from these stops to Wythenshawe Park are currently £1.90 for a return ticket and £3.60 for a family ticket.

Car: We recommend public transport whereever possible. However two car parks will be available on site in addition to normal car parking at the Park.

For Car Park 1: Enter via Wythenshawe Road. (This is likely to get busy with park users, so we recommend using Car Park 2)

For Car Park 2 (Recommended): Enter via Altrincham Road, next to the playing fields. Look out for the yellow directional signage and use the postcode M23 1DW


Disabled Access

There is an allocated disabled car park as near to the event site as possible with flat access onto site. There are also disabled access toilets on site, and the festival is predominantly on flat grassland.

Blue Badge Parking: Please use the ‘Gib Lane’ entrance to the park and follow signs for ‘Production/Traders’. From there a steward will point you in the right direction to the Blue Badge parking.

We aim to provide a festival environment that is welcoming and inclusive of all abilities, including hidden disabilities. If you have any questions or suggestions for the festival team, please contact us at



Dogs are very welcome! We just ask for them to be kept on a lead and any mess to be cleaned up, as well as being mindful of other attendees and their pets.




What should I Wear? We have had a large amount of rainfall over the past week. While the site is covered in long grass, the ground is soft in parts. We recommend bringing boots or wellies to ensure your feet stay dry.

Where in the park is the festival? The festival is at the ‘Baguely Brook’ side of Wythenshawe Park, inbetween Wythenshawe Hall & Altrincham Road. The festival entrance is located near the hall itself off Wythenshawe Road.

Is free parking available? We recommend using public transport whereever possible, however we have free car parking on site available, however if you use this and would like to make a donation to our charity partner Manchester Mind that would be greatly appreciated!

Is the festival sheltered? Parts of the festival are sheltered, such as the Cookery Theatre, Main Bar, Live Entertainers area etc but we are predominantly open-air. Please pack appropriately e.g. sun block, umbrellas.

Can I bring my own camping chairs? Yes, folding chairs, tables etc are most welcome, all we ask is that you clean up any rubbish and take any belongings home with you.

Do you have camping? Unfortunately attendee camping is not permitted on site.

Can I bring my own food and drink? Outside food and drink is not permitted on site, with the exceptions of baby food and water.

Can we leave the festival and come back in? Yes – please make sure you obtain a stamp/wristband from the entrance, otherwise we will refuse re-entry.

Can I buy tickets on the day? Yes, it may just take a couple minutes longer to get in to the festival. Tickets can still be bought online during the festival weekend and we highly encourage this!

Do you have carer tickets? Carers go free with a purchased child or adult ticket, simply bring along your ID.