Wildchild Festival FAQs

Here are some common enquiries we have had regarding our Wildchild Festival

Q: I have booked a family ticket but how may car parking tickets do I need?
A: It is one parking ticket per car, not per person.

Q: Are dogs allowed to come to the Wildchild festival? 
A: Only assistance dogs and guide dogs are allowed at the festival.

Q: Can I bring my market stall/face painting/food business to your festival?
A: Unfortunately, we do not have space to accommodate any more stalls/activities or food vendors at the festival.

Q: Will someone be taking photographs or filming?
A: Yes, please note that there will be a photographer and videographer present on the day of the event capturing our Wildchild Festival so we can use the images for future promotional materials. Wristbands will be at the entrance for those to wear who don’t want their picture taken.

Q: Do I have to print my car parking pass?  If so, where do I find a copy of my parking pass?   

A: Yes please, we require you to display your parking ticket in your car to help speed up the access and parking process. Your parking pass is attached to your confirmation email along with your event tickets. You do not have to print your event tickets if you are able to show them on a phone or tablet at registration.

Q: Can I buy food at the festival?                                                                                                                                             

A: Yes, our cafe on site will be open and serving cold food and hot drinks. There will be the Orchard Bar serving drinks. Beaudesert Park Farm will be selling hot food on the day.

Q: I will be coming on the park and ride from Shugborough, will I be able to get the bus back to my car before the end of the festival?

A: Yes, there will be a bus stop at the entrance to our site that will be signposted and on the map you will be given when you arrive. Busses will be regularly running to and from the car park throughout the day.

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