The Wildchild Festival 2023
This is an advanced booking event only, so make sure you buy your tickets before the 26 July 2023 or you won’t be able to come!
Tickets are limited; if it says SOLD OUT, then we’re sorry you’ve missed out.
You can book tickets on our Eventbrite page.
If you don’t get a confirmation email or have any questions about booking tickets, please get in touch at email@example.com
This ticket is for groups and will allow entry for 2 adults and 3 children – if there are any more adults or children they will need an Individual Ticket each to enter with you. 0-2 year olds can come in with you for free but you must register them on a 0-2 ticket so we know how many people are coming.
This ticket will allow one person of any age entry to the Festival, perfect for topping up the Family Ticket if you are a bigger group, or for groups with less than 4 people. 0-2 year olds can come in with you for free but you must register them on a 0-2 ticket so we know how many people are coming.
0-2 years ticket:
This ticket will allow entry for one child in your group aged 0-2 years old. They can come along to the Festival for free, but they must be registered so we know how many people are coming. These tickets are free, but please feel free to make a donation on registration. All money raised during this event will support our charity.
If you require a carer, we can arrange for them to attend the Festival for free along with parking at our accessible carpark. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01889 800100 and ask for Rob Woodhouse for more information.
CAR PARK TICKETS
If arriving to the festival by car, please remember to book your parking. If your family is arriving in more than one vehicle, please book one ticket per vehicle. We encourage car sharing wherever possible.
Shugborough Park and Ride:
This parking ticket will allow you entry to the Shugborough car park located at the National Trust’s Shugborough Estate. From here, you will get a bus ride to and from the Festival. The bus can carry prams but is not suitable for wheelchairs. If you require a parking space in our accessible parking area, please book parking in The Wolseley Car Park. To find the Shugborough Park and Ride car park please follow the road signs on the day.
The Wolseley Centre (accessible parking):
This parking ticket will allow you entry to the The Wolseley Car Park, located at The Wolseley Centre. This area is accessible parking only, you must display your blue badge to claim your parking space. More info on accessibility here.
The Wolseley Centre is on bus route 825 between Stafford and Rugeley, which runs twice an hour. We recommend you visit the bus times website for more details https://bustimes.org/stops/3800C747401