Ticket and Pricing FAQs

Tickets will be available on the gate as long as we don’t sell out in advance. For guaranteed entry, we recommend you buy your tickets online before arriving here.

Yes for the first time you can buy day tickets, these are £35 for Adults £20 for Teenagers and £7.50 for Children. No Access to the camping fields will be permitted. Day ticket holders will not be permitted to bring their own refreshments into Solfest. Go Buy a beer from the bar!

Our ticket prices are for the full Bank Holiday weekend. Great value for money! For a small additional fee per adult ticket you can arrive early on the Thursday if you wish. Please add one Thursday Camping supplement per adult ticket to your order.

Yes. Yes You Can! Go buy a day ticket now! www.solfest.org/tickets

Yes. Friday, Saturday and Sunday night camping is included in the weekend ticket price. If you would like to arrive early please add one Thursday Camping supplement (per adult) to your order.

You may camp Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights with your Solfest ticket. If you would like to arrive early and camp on Thursday night too, you must purchase one Thursday Camping supplement per adult ticket.

Yes. A Small addiitonal fee is charged for motorised vehicles. This can be purchased with your tickets.

No. Carers come FREE to Solfest. To claim your free Carers ticket, please purchase the tickets you require (adult, young persons, children and Thursday camping) with the exception of the Carers’ ticket. Skiddle now handle all of these requirements and will sort it out for you from their website.

Yes, with the exception of Carers, everyone at Solfest must purchase a ticket. Children three years old or under will get their tickets for FREE but you must still order them.

Early bird tickets are an *online exclusive* – they are cheaper than our standard tickets and limited in number so get yours early!

A limited number of early bird tickets will be available online on the first date of sale. Once they’re gone, only full price tickets will be available so get yours early. Full details can be found on our tickets page.

You can only buy tickets online RIGHT HERE from our official online sales outlet Skiddle up until around one week before the event opens. No other company is licensed to sell our tickets online. Some may offer them, but these are called re-sellers or ‘touts’. You may occasionally see our tickets on sites like eBay. As we allow an individual to transfer their ticket to another person, this is OK, but you must not pay more than the face value of the ticket or buy from anyone selling more than one or two, as they are unlikely to be genuine. We recommend using a service such as www.swapmyticket.co.uk if you’re planning on selling unwanted tickets online

No, sorry. This allows us to keep the ticket costs as low as possible

A small booking fee is charged per order. This is to cover card processing and ticket production. Please note: In the very unlikely event that we are forced to cancel the festival, up to 15% will be deducted from your refund. This is because while we do not charge you extra upfront, we still have to cover the cost of processing.

If your order has already been despatched: No. If your order has not yet been despatched: Possibly, at our discretion. Should you spot something wrong with your order, you should contact us immediately, so that we may fix it for you. If it’s already on the way to you, it becomes much more difficult to resolve any issues. Although we will always try to help wherever we can.

We’ve opted to use a third-party provider that offers E-Tickets this year which should arrive in an email almost instantly. Just print them off and bring them along. If you’ve selected the postage option, then this is processed by our ticket provider within a few days.

If you have query about tickets ordered on the website our online form is the best way to get in touch (select Ticket Sales as your reason for enquiry) and remember to include your order reference number.

No. Unfortunately we are unable to replace or refund tickets which have been lost or stolen. A ticket is the only thing which will give you access to the festival. Your receipt, card statement, packing slip, etc. will not.

No. Tickets are non-refundable, but they are transferable. This means that you may sell or give away your ticket. However, you may not charge more than the face value.