Out & Wild Festival


Frequently Asked Questions

To book your ticket for the Out & Wild Festival please click here.

General tickets include a camping space for a tent (you need to bring your own tent that is no bigger than the average six-person tent 120”x120”). There will be shared showers and toilets on the camping site.

There will be over lots of activities available over the three days and nights, the vast majority of these are free to general ticket holders, some will have charges attached. Details of chargeable activities will be made clear.

Out & Wild has been designed for LGBTQIA women and those who are non-binary, but it is open to all. It is an inclusive space and we will be asking all attendees (including vendors, acts, volunteers and others to agree to our code of conduct).

Our research (which included canvassing those who attended the first Out & Wild Festival) found that attendees were looking for an adult space. However, we are pleased to say that our parent company Out and About LGBTQ is looking to hold family focused events in the future for those who identify as LGBTQIA and non-binary.

As much as we love dogs, things would get a little chaotic if we allowed dogs at the festival. So we are sorry say that you’ll need to leave your four legged friends at home.

Guide and assistance dogs are, of course, welcome.

We will of course adhere to the Welsh Government’s guidance and prospective directives that may be in place for the duration of the festival. We will make sure all attendees are aware of any procedures  in place well in advance of the festival.

You can arrive on any day during the festival to collect your wristband, as long as it is within the festival gate opening times.

Acts, volunteers and facilitators can arrive on Thursday before 8pm. The Festival site will not be open, but toilets and showers will be available at the camping area.

Please be aware these timings may be subject to change but the gate opening times are usually as follows:

Gate Times (for wristband collection) – subject to change
Friday: Noon – 22:00
Saturday: 09:00 – 21:00
Sunday: 09:00 – 18:00

The nearest station is Narbeth. Both coaches and trains stop here. We have arranged with a local taxi company to be available. We recommend seeing via our Facebook Groups if you can share rides. It is about 9 miles to the festival site 01834 860297

Directions to the Out & Wild Festival will be published from January 2023.

More details on extra experiences will be announced in due course.

Ticket and/or accommodation packages will be refunded only if the festival is cancelled

As per our T&C’s, experiences will be refunded if the festival is cancelled.

Yes, you will be able to book day tickets from January 2023.

The Out & Wild team are doing our best to make the festival as accessible as possible. If you have any questions around accessibility or suggestions you would like to make, please feel free to email the team at admin@beoutandabout.co.uk

Free Personal Assistant Tickets

Personal assistant tickets will be provided free of charge. You will automatically qualify for this if you are able to supply one of the following:

– Front page of DLA/PIP (specific rate not required)

– Attendance Allowance letter, front page (specific rate not required)

– Evidence of registered severely sight impaired

– Recognised Assistance Dog ID card

To book a free personal assistant ticket, please book your ticket through the general ticket sale process on the website, when you arrive at the ticket checkout please select the checkbox denoted ‘access requirements’. This will allow us to then send you a form to complete.

If you have any queries, please feel free to contact the team at admin@beoutandabout.co.uk

Camping is included in the price of your weekend ticket, but if you do not want to camp, you can use your festival wristband to come and go from the festival as you please within our gate opening times

Both Lawrenny and Pembrokeshire have wonderful accommodation to offer, catering to all needs. Please feel free to search for accommodation on the Visit Pembrokeshire website https://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/holiday-accommodation

Tents- We do have restrictions in place in respect of tents size, this is to ensure the safety and comfort of all camping festival goers. To that end we ask that no tent is bigger than the average 6 person tent (120”x120”). In addition to this we request that no additional awning is placed to extend the size of your tent so as not to intrude on other festival goers space.

Campervans- Due to limitations on space available, can we please ask that your campervan does not exceed 6.8 metres in length.

Separate or attached awnings are permitted for campervans but not separate tents.

Our official ticket vendor is Giganatic. If you have any queries with your ticket please contact Giganatic directly. Please note that only tickets purchased from Gigantic will be valid for the festival.

There will be phone charging facilities available on-site, there will be a small fee for using this facility.

What are you allowed to bring

Item Campsite/ Campervan area Festival Site
Aerosols over 250ml No No
Airhorns and Megaphones No No
Alcohol for personal consumption Yes

(until 6pm on the Sunday night)

All gas canisters of any size (including nitrous oxide) no No
Animals (other than registered hearing or guide dogs) No No
Any goods for unauthorised trading No No
Any items which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon includes any item which may cause danger, offence or disruption to any other person No No
Audio Recorders Yes No
Bags larger than A4 size (8.27″x11.69″) Yes No
Cameras, film or video equipment
Lenses must be less than 6 inches
Yes Yes
Camping equipment
includes cutlery, tin openers and multi-tools
Yes No
Cans Yes No
Chairs Yes No
Disposable BBQs and permitted cooking stoves
Greenheat Base Camp Cooker, solid fuel stoves (please note we will allow gas cannister stoves to be used in designated areas but not next to tents

Disposable BBQs – only allowed in designated areas

Yes No
Sealed soft drinks under 500ml, as well as empty reusable plastic and metal bottles of any size are allowed into the Festival Arena. Please refill your empty bottles at the water points inside the festival arena for free.
Yes Yes
Drones No No
Firewood No No
Fireworks & Flares No No
Fitted gas canisters/cylinders in campervans Yes No
Flags (Festival stewards reserve the right to ask for offensive flags to be removed) Yes No
Food (for personal consumption only) Yes No
Gazebos No No
Glass No No
Refillable Drinks Bottles
These can be refilled with water for free inside the festival arena at designated water points
Yes Yes
Paper Lanterns No No