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The Green Gathering has a well-deserved reputation as a relaxed, easy-going festival – but there are a few important rules. Please do read these terms and conditions, so you’re not surprised at a later stage. Purchase of Tickets implies acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.

VEHICLES - you may only purchase a vehicle ticket if you have an adult ticket to go with it.

All vehicles require a vehicle pass and must park in the designated areas; any not doing so may be removed.

Campervan (Standard)

For Live-in Vehicles up to 6m long, which are no wider than 4m (including any awning or small child’s tent).

Other than one small child’s tent, no tents will be permitted in the campervan area due to fire risk and restricted space.

Campervan (Oversize)

For Live-in Vehicles which are longer than 6m and/or wider than 4m (including any awning or small child’s tent).

Other than one small child’s tent, no tents will be permitted in the campervan area due to fire risk and space restrictions. Oversize vehicles may be directed to park in a designated Large Vehicles area (for safety and logistical reasons).

Caravan or Trailertent + Car

For Caravans or Trailer Tents up to 6m long, which are no wider than 4m (including any awning or small child’s tent). For larger towed caravans/trailers, you must choose an ‘Oversize’ ticket and purchase a separate Car ticket.

‘Car’ refers to any towing vehicle, and this towing vehicle must be removed to the carpark once it has delivered the caravan or trailer.


No Unauthorised Sound Systems are allowed on site (including loud mini-rigs).

No Unauthorised Animals are allowed on site.

No Generators (petrol, diesel, biodiesel, gas) are allowed on site.

Illegal drugs are illegal at GG! Illegal drugs are liable to be confiscated, and their owners may be evicted from site or handed over to the local authorities.

No firearms, laser devices, fireworks, nitrous oxide canisters, airborne lanterns or plastic glitters are permitted on site for safety and environmental reasons.

No unauthorised alcohol sales will be allowed. There will be non-commercial, reasonably-priced bars selling cider, real ale, wine, spirits and cocktails on site. These bars operate a Challenge 25 policy; people aged 25 and under must be prepared to provide proof of age.

Ticket holders are only to bring alcohol for personal consumption. Allowed amounts are as follows:

  • A case of beer (24 cans – not bottles, we have a fantastic recycling crew but we cannot safely deal with that amount of glass)
  • 4 bottles of wine – we can safely deal with a small amount of glass, provided you are responsible with it)
  • 1 bottle of spirits (we can safely deal with a small amount of glass, provided you are responsible with it)

No unauthorised trading will be allowed on site. Contact if you'd like to apply for a stall pitch. Ticket-holding flypitchers may buy a flypitch licence from Trader HQ or Info Exchange on site (conditions apply).

No unauthorised use of recording equipment for professional or profit-making purposes will be allowed.

GG security has the right to search anybody / any vehicle as a condition of entry. If you refuse to be searched, GG has the right to evict you from the site and there is a no-return policy on those refusing searches. GG has the right to confiscate banned articles which may be returned after the event at the directors’ discretion.


Attendees must use recycling points provided and take all their belongings home at the end of the festival.

Bring a reuseable bottle for water; there will be no water in plastic bottles for sale on site. Don't bring wetwipes, plastic glitter or other avoidable, single use plastic-based items.

Fires will be allowed only in designated places and according to campsite rules (see camping page of website). Dangerous or irresponsible fires will be put out, and the campers responsible may be evicted.

Charcoal stoves or barbecues must not be used to heat any indoor space. Gas camping appliances may only be used according to safety instructions and in the open air, or in a properly fitted campervan/caravan – not in tents.

Please respect the site boundaries. Festival-goers may not enter private property in the vicinity of the site. Outside of the festival boundaries there are steep woodlands, cliffs and rivers; keep to public footpaths if exploring the countryside and note that such explorations are at your own risk.

Children must be supervised by their responsible adult(s) while at the festival. The responsible adult's phone number must be written on the child's wristband. There are no creches.

The site owners and GG accept no responsibility for personal property; please take care of your own belongings.

If a minor is suspected of committing or planning to commit crime or anti-social behaviour, they and their parent/guardian(s) may be evicted.

Ticket holders may be photographed, filmed and recorded as participants in the event. Photos, films and recordings of the event and its participants may appear publicly and be distributed and published within the public domain. As of 2018 and in accordance with our understanding of data protection regulation, you have the right to ask GG photographers not to photograph, film or record you; and the right to ask them to delete pictures, film or recordings they have taken of you. You may also contact to ask us to remove photos, film or sound recordings that identify you from our files and online media, and we will do our best to ensure this happens.


A restricted number of dogs are allowed on site, they will need a ticket and owners must abide by the following Terms & Conditions. Ticket price includes a good behaviour bond of £40 which will be refunded after the event if the dog has been well-behaved.

Expected behaviour of dog owners:

-keep dog on a lead and under control at all times within the festival site

-pick up dog mess and dispose of it responsibly

-pay attention to needs of the dog and the festival public

Behaviour which will result in forfeit of deposit:

-owner allowing dog to run or wander loose within festival site (there are woods and fields offsite where dogs can be let loose responsibly)

-owner not picking up and responsibly disposing of dog mess

-owner not looking after dog, resulting in dog stewards having to look after or manage dog

The GG reserves the right of admission.

The GG will not admit any dogs so designated in the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991. Any injury or damage caused by any dog will be at the liability of the owner. The GG reserves the right to ask for the removal of any ‘Out of Control’ dog from the event site.

Your dog will be deemed ‘Out of Control’ if it:

-injures someone

-makes someone worried that it might injure them

-injures someone’s animal

-makes someone worried that your dog might injure them if they try to stop it attacking their animal


It is your responsibility to check that you have the correct tickets, including any vehicle or under-18 tickets.

You must be aged 18 on 2 Aug 2018 to buy ticket(s) independently. Children aged under 11 on 2 Aug 2018 will be admitted free, but must have a ticket.

Wristband checkpoints will be in operation around the site. Please assist by keeping your wristband accessible. Anyone without a wristband, or wearing a wristband that has been tampered with, may be ejected. Lost wristbands cannot be replaced but broken wristbands will be, if presented with proof of purchase at the Info Tent on site.

Tickets are for personal use only, and not for any form of commercial activity. Tickets must not be offered for resale, or for advertising, promotion (including contests) or any other trade purposes (except where expressly authorised by GG). Resale of tickets is grounds for seizure or cancellation without refund or other compensation.

Any refunds will be subject to a cancellation fee. Booking fees are non-returnable. No refunds will be available after 5th July 2018.

GG has the right to alter or vary the programme, without notice, due to events or circumstances beyond its control, without being obliged to refund monies or exchange tickets.

In the unlikely event that GG 2018 is cancelled, we will offer at least a partial refund of the ticket price but will not refund the booking fee. GG shall not have liability beyond the purchase value of the ticket. It is the ticket holder’s responsibility to check if the event has been cancelled, and if so, the date and time of any rearranged event. We would make every effort to notify ticket holders of cancellation/re-scheduling, but cannot absolutely guarantee it.

The Green Gathering is a fun, family festival.

Parents/carers or guardians are responsible for their children at all times.

We reserve rights of admission and the right to remove anyone from site who indulges in anti-social behaviour.

All terms and conditions regarding tickets are governed by law and tickets are sold subject to license.

Thank you for reading these Terms & Conditions and have a wonderful Gathering.

Post-Gathering, if you are particularly satisfied or unsatisfied with your festival experience, you may feed back via the Contact page on the GG website. Please note participants’ satisfaction cannot be ensured where GG Terms & Conditions are not kept.

Address: Piercefield Park Chepstow Monmouthshire * Click on the address to launch google maps.