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Here are a few frequently asked questions we get, if your question remains unanswered, please contact us at

  • Can I drive to the campsite and unload my gear?
    No, sorry. You will need to park at the car park and carry your gear to the campsite area after collecting your wristband
  • Is the site suitable for people with disabilities and/or mobility issues?
    Yes and no. This will all depend on how mobile you are. There are disabled parking spaces available which are as close as possible to the festival entrance (show blue badge upon arrival). We also have a disabled camping area which again is as close as possible to the festival grounds. Also onsite there are disabled toilets and medical staff. The whole site is a grass field with sloping uneven ground so this is worth considering before buying a ticket.
  • Is camping included in my ticket?
    All weekend tickets include camping. We have a huge field with ample space for everyone and is included in the price of your ticket and is a stones throw away from the festival and parking. Day ticket holders are from 9am till 12am Saturday only, no camping included
  • I can no longer attend, can I get a refund?
    Absolutely! (Refunds are available up to 60 days before the festival start date). If for whatever reason you cannot attend please email us at with your order number and we will refund you and offer your tickets for resale on the website. Tickets are non-transferable, please do not pass tickets on to other people.
  • Can I camp Sunday evening?
    Yes, the campsite is open from 9am Friday 28th to 10am 1st July
  • I have a Saturday day ticket, can I stay on the campsite or sleep in my car?
    No, sorry. The campsite is only for weekend guests. Day visitors may visit the site Saturday only from 9am and leave by midnight. You are also not permitted to sleep in your car in the car park for insurance and safety reasons. Thank you
  • Is there electric at the pitches? Can I charge my phone etc on site?
    No, sorry there are no electric hook up points at the festival and nowhere to charge your phone or device. It is a good idea to plan ahead with power packs, solar charges etc
  • Can I bring my weapons to the festival?
    No! Please do not bring your weapons to the festival, they are awesome and I wish we could allow them however, insurance companies and security won't let us play!! If you purchase weapons from any of our traders, that's fine, but please take them straight to your car after purchasing, thank you
  • When is it?
    The festival is 28th to 30th June. All events run from 10am Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Weekend ticket holders can arrive from 9am on the Friday Saturday Day ticket holders can arrive from 10am Saturday and must depart by 12am.
  • I have a day ticket. Can I upgrade to a weekend ticket?
    Absolutely! email us your order number to and we will upgrade your ticket and all you have to do is pay the difference
  • When does the campsite open and when does it close?
    The campsite is open for weekend attendees from 9am Friday 28th The campsite will close to attendees 10am 1st July
  • Will there be parking onsite?
    Yes! We have 2 fields for parking and is free of charge!
  • Can I bring my Campervan, Motorhome or Caravan?
    Yes! However, we only have a number spaces for these vehicles onsite and are an additional (FREE) addon to your ticket, be sure to grab them fast!
  • Can I cook in the campsite or have a fire pit?
    Yes! You are welcome to cook and have a firepit at your tent however, you MUST have it off the ground! Fire wardens will be patrolling to enforce this, thank you
  • Is the site suitable for a wheelchair or pushchair?
    Whilst we are an inclusive festival, our festival is a field location and therefor there is uneven and soft ground and some areas having steep inclines. Please contact us if you need to know more
  • Are there showers on site?
    Sorry, not this year. We will look into this for 2025. There is fresh water on site for a good wash :)
  • Where is it?
    The festival is on the outskirts of a village called Grindleford in the Peak District. Guests should navigate to S32 9HP and follow the signs to the festival. What3words ///agreement.grass.dramatic
  • Is there running water onsite or electricity for campers?
    There is no running water onsite however, there will be fresh water available in water silos around site. There are no electric hook up points or plugs for campers, sorry
  • Can I sell my ticket or buy tickets to resell?
    Tickets are linked to your name, you will need to state your order number and name upon arrival to receive your wristband. Tickets for Solskin are only available from we do not allow reselling of tickets to anyone, if you can no longer attend the festival then please email and we will refund your ticket and offer it for resale on the website (for up to 60 days before the festival start date).
  • Can I bring my dog?
    Yes! Dogs are allowed onsite but must be on a short lead at all times including the campsite!
  • Do you send tickets to me?
    No, the order confirmation is your ticket. Simply provide your order number to the ticket tent upon arrival, and you will be given wristbands.
  • What's the feast all about, how much is it?
    Tickets are available that include the feast on Friday and Saturday evenings. Day visitors on the Saturday can also upgrade to the feast if there is space. You can purchase upgrades in the shop and you can find out more about the feast by clicking feast in the menu area.
  • Is this a family friendly festival?
    Absolutely! Kids of all ages are welcome, there will be some activities and live demonstrations that children can take part and spectate at however, this festival is aimd at adults. There will be a lot of drinking going on onsite and the late night storytelling may be only suitable for 16+. If you want a good nights sleep I would suggest camping away from the communal fire pits!
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