Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How old do I have to be to attend Blisscamp by myself?
A. Anyone under 18 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult of 21yrs or more. The adult must be present on entry and must be accompanying no more that three other under age attendees. This is a licence condition and will be strongly implemented on entry.
Q. What ID will you accept to prove my age is challenged?
A. Passports (not copies) or valid photo driving licences and PASS cards only are accepted, this has been decided on after consultation with the police. NB: Evidence of age may be required for age dependent concession passes as well as at bars, so please bring evidence of child/youth ages if appropriate.
Q. Do you have provisions for disabled people?
A. We have disabled toilets and parking, so access is easier. All stewards are trained to help you to the front of any queues and with any issues. The campsite has a firm flat surface with close cut grass, there is a small slope on the site. The whole site is easily accessed and the campsite is no more than 300m from any of the stages. We like to have a personal experience for disabled attendees so please contact us if you’d like to know more. firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. When is the latest date I can buy a ticket?
A. Tickets will be sold on the gate IF we have not sold out.
Q. Can I bring alcohol into the site?
A. Yes with limitations: Each person must bring in their own alcohol NO GLASS! Alcohol must be brought onto the site on first entry – after wrist-banding no individual will be permitted to bring alcohol onto the site, bring it in on first entry. With no fencing between the campsite and arena at Blisscamp you will be allowed your own alcohol across the site, however this does mean we will be STRICT ON WHAT YOU CAN BRING IN and will search bags. We want to be reasonable with amounts you bring in so please work with us. PERSONAL ALLOWANCE is a box of 18 cans beer/cider or a litre of spirits or 2 litres of wine to be acceptable, anyone bringing in more may be asked to leave it at the gate. NO ALCOHOL TO BE CONSUMED IN THE CAR PARK or close vicinity to the event.
We will be following the Challenge 25 Campaign so do not expect to be able to bring in alcohol if you are under 18 years, or you don’t have ID to prove your age.
Q. Will you have over 18 wristbands?
A. We will be issuing different coloured wristbands to everyone under 18 years old. Please make sure if you could be mistaken as under 25 years but you are in fact over 18 years you bring relevant ID. You may also be liable for age check at bars.
Q. Can I re-enter the site?
A. As long as you have your wristbands on yes you can, you will not be able to bring in alcohol on re-entry however.
Q.Can I bring my dog?
A. No pets on site at all, except guide dogs.
Q. What are the timings of the festival? Campsite opening and stage times?
A. You can check out all the times here: Stages and Times
Q. How do I get to the site?
A. Check out the Travel and Directions page
Q. I’d like to camp on Sunday night, is that possible?
A. Yes you can camp site will close 4pm on Monday 9th July.
Q. We are coming as a family and we’re worried about the campsite being noisy, is there a quieter area?
A. Yes there is a specific family area, and we do our best to amke sure it is as quiet as possible at night, however with the tiny size of the event we cannot rule out noise spill from adjacent general campsites
Q. Is there a cash point on site?
A. Yes there are fully functioning ATMs at the event. Please note there will be a charge for it’s use.
Q. Is there a shop?
A. There will be loads of stalls but we will also have a general shop in the campsite for your needs.
Q. Where is the nearest supermarket?
A. Once you are on site you shouldn’t need to leave again with the bars and foodstalls and the general shop we are providing, but if you’re stocking up before you arrive there are multiple supermarkets in Basingstoke (6 miles) and Winchester (7 miles)
Q. I’m thinking of coming by myself, will I make new friends?
A. Every year we have so many comments about how friendly everyone is so an unreserved YES!
Q. Can I charge my phone?
A. Yes! We have the excellent team in the camp site shop, at the Arena entrance attending to your phone’s needs. Phones are the most common object lost at a festival, so take care with it.
Q. What’s the lineup this year?
A. All the latest details are here
Q. My band wants to play the event, how do I apply
A. We have an online application form which you can find here Contact Us