Please take time to read the following Terms and Conditions. 

  1. Booking fees apply per ticket for purchases made through our website and through Eventbrite. If you are a Solva Resident you can avoid booking fees by purchasing tickets direct from and you will need to collect these from the Festival gate on the day with sufficient proof of identity.
  2. Tickets ordered via our online provider, which will be emailed to you immediately after your purchase has been processed.  Please check both your inbox and spam folder as sometimes this email gets marked as junk. You need to print the ticket out and bring it to the event with sufficient proof of identity.  
  3. Please look after your tickets and keep them in a safe place. Tickets cannot be refunded and lost or stolen tickets cannot be replaced.  Defaced tickets will not be accepted.  When exchanged on site, wristbands are non-interchangeable and should not be removed for the duration of your ticket. (i.e. If you are at the festival for more than one day you need to keep your wristband on overnight). Lost or broken wristbands cannot be replaced so please look after them. Those without wristbands will be refused admission to the festival and may be removed from the site.
  4. Without a valid ticket or e-ticket, entry into the festival site will not be permitted. Last entry to the festival is 10.30 pm each night, but once you have a valid wristband you can come and go as you please.
  5. All Ticket Holders should bring personal identification with them regardless of age. Under 18-year olds must be accompanied by a paying adult aged 21+. Proof of age may be requested at the point of entry and at the bars. The festival bar operates a CHALLENGE 25 policy. Parents please keep your children supervised at all times. 
  6. To keep our younger festivalgoers safe in the event of an accident or an emergency, please note the following:
    There is no charge for [0-11] year old tickets but these tickets must be reserved alongside an adult ticket(s).
    There is a reduced rate for [12 – 17] year old tickets but these tickets must be purchased alongside an adult ticket(s).
    The name and mobile number of a responsible adult must be provided for each [0 – 17] year old ticket.
    Wristbands must be collected by the responsible adult and placed on the ticketholder at the gate.
    [0-11] year olds may not enter or leave the site unaccompanied.
    There will be no readmittance to the site for [0-11] or [12-17] year old ticketholders after 7 PM.
    An adult can be responsible for up to 2 [0-17] year old tickets
    We reserve the right to refuse admission if these terms are not met.
  7. We hope that there will be no restrictions on outdoor events as a result of Covid-19. However, it may be necessary to ask audience members and tickets holders to comply with any Welsh Government restrictions (eg. show evidence of a lateral flow test, etc). Please bear with us if this is necessary – it would be for your safety.
  8. The Festival reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists, and to vary the advertised programme and timings with no liability to refund tickets.
  9. Ticket Holders consent to inclusion in official photographic, visual and audio promotion of the festival, on the Festival website, etc.
  10. The Festival reserves the right to refuse admission or to eject a ticket holder for unreasonable, abusive or dangerous behaviour. The festival operates a zero-tolerance policy towards abuse of our staff and volunteers.
  11. The Premises Licence Holder and/or the Festival promoters will not be held liable for any loss, injuries or damages sustained at the event including damage, theft or losses to property and motor vehicles, if the cause is due to the negligence of the ticket holder or the unforeseeable actions of other patrons or third parties.
  12. No animals (except guide dogs) are permitted into the festival site.
  13. Alcohol is not permitted to be brought into the festival. There is a well-stocked bar within the festival. Security staff reserve the right to dispose of any alcohol brought on to the site.
  14. Please do not bring food onto the festival site.  We have plenty of food stalls.  Baby food is permitted.
  15. Please no glassware (bottles, glass, jars etc) on site. Leave these items at home. Water is provided for drinking.
    Security staff reserve the right to dispose of opened containers of soft drink and any other liquid upon entry to the festival.
  16. Ticket holders may be subject to a search on entry, before or during the event.
  17. Exposure to loud music may cause damage to hearing, please bring ear defenders or ear plugs if you require them.
  18. Please no audio or video recording of any kind without prior permission of the organisers.
  19. No stalls or market-sellers without prior permission of the organisers.
  20. Last Entry is at 10:30 pm each day.
  21. Camping is only permitted in the festival camp site.  You will need to have booked this in advance.  We will provide access to toilets and showers at our clubhouse, but these will be restricted at certain hours due to security and also to allow for the needs of artists.
  22. Ticket holders found using illegal drugs will be asked to leave the festival and the police will be informed.
  23. Refund Policy – Unfortunately, we are unable to provide refunds unless the Festival is cancelled or postponed. This is in line with other UK festival policies.
  24. Customer Services contact – If you have an enquiry please contact
  25. Anyone aged 18 and over with a disability and proof of this disability (e.g. front page of PIP/DLA, front page of Attendance Allowance letter, evidence you are registered severely sight impaired, recognised dog assistance ID card) can apply to get a free ticket for a Personal Assistant. You cannot apply for refunds on tickets already bought by your Personal Assistant.

Camping at the Edge Festival – terms and conditions

  1. Please note this is camping in a glorious field not far from the sea and close to the Festival site. However we are not a normal camp site so have limited facilities.
  2. Camping is only permitted in the festival camp site. You must book this in advance.
  3. One ticket allows one tent or camper van to stay at the Edge Festival campsite. Arrivals afternoon of Friday 26th July 2024 and departures by 11am on Monday 29th July 2024.
  4. Each pitch must have at least ONE responsible adult, and only an adult can collect the camping pass.
    Please note:
    A responsible adult is defined as the guardian(s) of young people in their care. This ticket cannot be purchased by a group of friends where some are older than 17 (ie 18+) and some are younger than 17 years old.
    This is to protect our younger festivalgoers in the event of an accident or an emergency.
    We reserve the right to refuse entry if these terms are not met.
  5. We do not allow caravans unless you have a disability (blue badge). Please contact us if you need this facility at
  6. There will be portable toilets available at the campsite and the festival site.
  7. We provide access to showers at our clubhouse for campers only. Please note that these will be restricted at certain hours due to security and to allow for the needs of our artists.
  8. You can bring either a tent or a camper van per pitch. Please note that camper vans may not be more than 7 metres in length.
  9. We do not provide power hook ups.
  10. We do not provide water hook up.

Enough with the rules! We do hope you have a brilliant weekend listening at the glorious Edge Festival