Graze Festival will be open to ticket holders from 11am on 27th August 2017. Live entertainment ends at 11pm. There is strictly no camping or overnight stay.
With the exception of guide dogs, no pets are allowed on the festival site. Guests are not permitted to bring alcohol to the festival site. Glass bottles are also not permitted on site. Read our full terms and conditions here.
A small transaction fee will be charged to cover Eventbrite booking fees. Tickets are sent electronically as an e-ticket prior to the event. You must print your own ticket and bring it with you on the day.
If you have lost or deleted your ticket, please login to your Eventbrite account, or email email@example.com with your details.
Children under 12 go free. Student tickets are valid for UK and international students. Please bring a proof of ID with your ticket to the event.
Tickets are available to purchase on the day at the festival entrance. Ticket prices are more expensive on the day: £35 for standard adult tickets, and £20 for student and young persons.
Graze Festival is located in Twyford, Hampshire. Please visit our getting here page for detailed travel information.
We have designated parking areas where space can be booked by those who need to be somewhere more accessible and with specific facilities. Please email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll contact you to find out more about your access requirements. Once we’ve received the details from you, we’ll be able to issue your specific pass for disabled parking.
A limited number of tickets for carers accompanying people registered as disabled are available for the festival. If you’re eligible and would like to take up the free carers ticket to enable you to attend, you should first book and pay for your own ticket.
Please email your details to email@example.com and we’ll contact you for proof of your eligibility, and to find out about any other access requirements you may have. Once we’ve received the details from you, we’ll be able to issue your free carers ticket and, if necessary, your specific pass for disabled parking.
The Community Fund
Graze Festival is a not-for-profit organisation aiming to raise money for great local groups & charities. Learn more about our community fund.
Volunteers are required to help with organising, stewarding, rubbish collection and general festival promotion. If you would like to volunteer, please get in touch via our volunteer registration page.
Trade & Vendors
If you are interested to work with us, please get in touch via our vendor application page.