Name: Nedfest 2017
Date: Saturday 3rd June 2017
Venue: Cliff Lakes Water Park, Tamworth Road, Tamworth, Warks, B78 2DL
Parking is £5 donaton and will be limited and on a first come first served basis, so if you can, jump in with some others and share a lift. Or get a taxi and enjoy a couple of beers in the sun!
Take care when entering Cliff Lakes as cyclists will be coming in and out from 7.30 in the morning. Speed limit on site is strictly 5 mph - please take care on site and be respectful of other residents over the weekend.
There will be alcohol for sale, but you are welcome to bring your own booze (No glass permitted). Food stalls will be selling food throughout the day - see what we have on offer here. You are welcome to bring your own food or even a picnic! Why not eh!?
Alcohol drinking age limits still apply, anyone under the age of 18 will not be premitted entrance with alcohol. Similarly, anyone under the age of 18 found with alcohol on-site will be asked to dispose of the alcohol or leave the festival.
*Please drink responsibly
Live music will be running from 12:30 in the afternoon through to 10.00 on the evening. Take a look at the live music page to see the full line-up.
We will have a Buskers Box where we encourage the more musically talented of you to get up and do a few songs. So please bring your guitar and get the vocal chords warmed up!
Kids activites will run throughout the day, some ongoing and some scheduled,but hopefully they'll be plenty to keep the little ones busy. All kids activities are free thanksto the great teams providing the activities free-of-charge to the festival.
Camping applies to Saturday night only. We may make a limit amount of spaces available for camping on Friday night for those travelling long distance or other exceptional circumstances, please contact the organisers to enquire about this.
Camping tickets are per person, not per tent. Each person camping requires their own individual camping ticket.
Campers can begin setting up tents from 10:00am on Saturday morning.
We request that campers be responsible for themselves and their belongings, and look out for others too. Please don't bring the world's biggest tent for just 1 person! Please clear up after yourself. Please keep noise to a minimum during the night - remember their will be families camping, as well as very tired event organisers!
Parking is not within the camping area, so be prepared to carry your kit to the campsite. We will try to make helpers available to assist with camping gear, but cannot guarantee this. Pack light, it's only 1 night!
Camping tickets grant camping spots for tents only, not camper vans or motorhomes. Should you wish to bring a camping vehicle you will need to contact the organisers in advance to request access.
Under 18s will not be permitted to camp or allowed in festival without being accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. Admittance is at management discretion and people will be asked to provide proof of ID if security feel it is required.