GOT SOME QUESTIONS?
Here are some answers.
Is the Edge Festival going ahead in 2023?
YES IT IS!
We ran the first post-pandemic Edge Festival in 2022. It was a huge success with festival goers, artists, food stalls, craft stalls, nature walks and organisers all excited to be back on the Edge! We’re looking forward to coming together again, letting our hair down and having a fabulous weekend of music, food and drink, poetry and literature, dancing under the stars. All overlooking the wild Pembrokeshire coastline.
Where can I get tickets?
Tickets are available now here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/solva-edge-festival-tickets-516088172617
Is it suitable for children?
Yes. There are lots of activities for children as well as bouncy castles. During Saturday and Sunday we have lots of familes. Please note that parents must be responsible for their children at all times.
How do I support the festival?
The Edge Festival is a local charity and is run by volunteers who live here.
We welcome donations to help fund the festival and so that we can keep ticket prices as low as possible.
Who benefits from the Edge Festival?
The village of Solva. The Edge Festival is a registered charity and is run by volunteers. No one working to make the Festival a success is paid any money.
Any surplus made by the Edge Festival is donated to charitable and educational causes in Solva and the surrounding area.
Do I need to pay for children under 16 years old?
No you don’t. You can bring your children under 16 years old for free. All parents must have a ticket. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times while at the Edge Festival. Our volunteers cannot be responsible for them.
Can I bring my dog to the Edge Festival?
Sorry but no. There are too many safety issues regarding dogs at an event of our size. Please come and join us and we hope you can find a nice a home for your dog that weekend. We are not sure dogs like rock and roll anyway!
Can I bring a camper van?
The campsite field is close to the Festival site.
You may bring a camper van of a maximum length of 7 metres and there is space for an awning if you would like to use one.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CAMPSITE IS IN A FIELD. IN THE EVENT THAT THE GROUND IS WET, SOLVA EDGE FESTIVAL WILL TAKE NO LIABILITY IN THE EVENT THAT YOUR CAR OR CAMPER VAN GETS STUCK.
We do not allow caravans unless you have a disability (blue badge). Please contact us if you need this.
I have a big tent, is that OK?
We are OK with family size tents but not small marquees.
If you are not sure, please contact us with the dimensions of your tent.
Can I pitch the night before?
You can pitch from Friday 28th July and leave morning of Monday 31st July.
Are there showers and toilets
There are some limited showers and toilet facilities available in our clubhouse.
Please note that access to these may be temporarily closed for some periods of the Festival due to artists requirements.
Is there a minimum age to camp?
You must be 18 to camp unless you are with a parent or a guardian.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Second Edge Festival Listed in the Telegraph’s Top 10 Things To Do In Pembrokeshire in 2016.