Got a question? Whether it’s about how to get here, where to stay or just general info on the bands, well we’re here to help! Read our FAQs and if that doesn’t answer your query, get in touch using the form below!
Access to the main festival site will be through turnstiles which are situated at the front of the pitch. These are visible as you enter the car park.
Disabled access is also available via gates which are situated to the side of the turnstiles. Please seek support from a member of the B-Fest Team who will be at ticket desk.
We do offer a 2 for 1 carer’s ticket scheme. Carers must provide ID and this can only be in conjunction with a fully paying adult.
Food and Drink:
Food will be provided by a selection of vendors offering a variety of menus covering different dietary requirements. However, if you have specific dietary requirements and need to bring your own food, please advise the ticket desk on entry to the festival.
Soft drinks and alcohol are provided by a selection of bars hosting gins, ciders, ales, Prosecco and cocktails.
The only card facility available on site will be on our merchandise stand, so please ensure that you bring enough cash with you. The nearest ATM is either Shell Garage, Halkyn Road A5026 or Santander, Holywell High Street.
Parking is not available at the football ground. There is a public car park opposite the Community Hospital (please avoid the hospital car park) as well as a number of car parks throughout Holywell all within walking distance of the club.
Please note that there are small charges for car parks.
Portaloos will be available, there will be disabled toilets on site too.
Due to resent events, we reserve the right to conduct random bag searches to ensure the safety of all festival goers.
What should I bring with me:
Although some chairs will be provided, you are able to bring camp chairs.
Picnic blankets to sit on.
Waterproofs (just in case).
Something warm (just in case).
Sufficient money for the day.
Don’t forget your smile and your dancing shoes!!
Dogs are not permitted on the site.
Alcohol will not be allowed onto the festival site.
We have a zero tolerance policy to drugs.
Sharp items and weapons will not be allowed on the festival site.
Food and Drink.
Getting to the festival:
The bus station in Holywell is a 5 min walk from the festival.
Flint train station is the closest train station and is also on a bus route into Holywell.
There are a number of car parks are available throughout the town and are all within walking distance.
If you are unable to walk far, please try to park in the car park opposite the community hospital as it’s the closest.