Age restrictions: 

Anyone over the age of 12 must hold a valid ticket.

Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied at all times by a ticket holding adult.



Challenge 25 will be in operation at the gates and at the bar, please make sure you bring ID with you or you may be refused entry.




The site is set up for camping and camper vans, there will be a designated family camping area and signage on site to point you in the right direction.


If you have a VIP ticket, please make sure you head to the check in area first so we can make arrangements for you.


Festival Timings:


  • The Site will open at midday on Friday 21st July.
  • Music will run until midnight on Friday and 1am on Saturday with live bands finishing at 7pm and DJs taking over through until the end. Visit our line-up page for full schedules. 
  • We will have an area for jamming and a casual open mic so feel free to bring your instruments!
  • On Sunday, everyone must be off site by midday.

Food & Drink:

NO GLASS is to be brought on site. You're welcome to bring alcohol in cans or plastic. There will be a fully stocked bar on site as well as food vendors-please visit our food & drink web page to find out more.




Please do everything you can to make our site an enjoyable place for everyone, this includes common sense things like putting your rubbish in bins and making sure you use the designated toilets, not the hedges!


Anyone caught acting in an irresponsible manner may be asked to leave the site immediately.


No Dogs Policy:

Dogs are not allowed on site.


Noise Policy:

The site operates a strict noise policy, like all other venues. Please bear in mind that this is a small site and a small scale festival, the sound equipment is top notch but it may not be as loud as some big festivals.




If you are bringing children, please make sure they are supervised at all times, you are responsible for them throughout the duration of the festival. 


Parents, please remember that some of the language used by our performers may not be 100% child friendly, there will be plenty of alternative entertainment available throughout the day.




Parking is included in your ticket, but we would ask you to car share where possible. This is not only in the interests of the environment but help us reduce co-ordination. the parking area will be on grass.




By purchasing your ticket, you consent to being photographed and filmed for use on our websites and our affiliates websites.


Rubbish and Recycling:

Please try and dispose of your rubbish as you go along. There will be a skip on site and we will be handing out rubbish and recycling bags on arrival.




There will be security during the weekend so please behave responsibly.


Tickets & Admission:


In order to ensure a safe environment for all, the organisers reserve the right to refuse admission.


Tickets are issued by email at the time of purchase, you must either bring a printed copy or be able to show the ticket on a mobile device on arrival.


No admission will be allowed without a valid ticket.


All tickets are non-refundable, unless the event is cancelled. Please note that should your ticket be refunded, the booking fee is non-refundable.




You may be searched when you enter the festival site. Any items that are illegal or could be used to harm others will be confiscated and you may be asked to leave the site.


We operate a no drug policy, this also applies to legal highs including nitrous oxide. Anyone caught in possesion of such substances may be refused entry or asked to leave immediately.


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