The List of Frequently Asked Questions will be further populated as time progresses. If you have a question that is not answered, please get in touch
The Festival address is
Rozelle Estate, Monument Road, Ayr, KA7 4NQ
The Campsite will open at 9am on Friday 11 August 2023. You must be off-site by Midday on Monday 14th August.
The Festival site will open at 12pm on the Friday with the first acts on stage around 2pm (tbc).
It will open at 8.00am on the Saturday and Sunday.
|Camping||Main Arena Opens||Main Arena Closes|
|Friday 11th||Opens 9am||12pm||10.30pm|
|Monday 14th||Closes 12 Midday||N/A||N/A|
All timings subject to change – please refer to the website for any updates.
Details of how to reach the Festival can be found HERE
All Under 18s MUST be accompanied by a person over 21. No exceptions.
(Max of 3 under 18s per responsible adult).
ID will be asked for at Ticket Exchange.
All tickets are electronic. On purchase of your ticket(s) you will be emailed them. Please either print them out when you come to the festival or have them ready on your mobile device.
They will be scanned at ticket exchange where you will have the appropriate wristband fitted to you. These cannot be replaced and the wristbands must be fitted at Wristband Exchange – you cannot take them with you to fit yourself or have them fitted to a friend.
Wristbands are not transferable between different persons and must be displayed whenever requested by festival staff.
Yes. We encourage you to pitch your tent or motorhome first before proceeding to Wristband Exchange or the Box Office. At Wristband Exchange you will be given a label to attach to your tent or live in vehicle.
No. All our Loos are of the Posh variety, so you don’t need to worry there!
Yes, there will be free showers available for all those on the campsite.
We’re working hard to give you the best possible line-up in 2023. We hope to have the final line-up by the beginning of July.
Yes. Although this is an outdoor festival, most of the estate is on flat ground with all walkways to the site itself either on tarmac or well maintained paths.
We have an area specially designated for disabled parking.
Acceptable forms of ID to prove you are over 18 include:
- A photo driving licence
- A passport
- A proof of age card, such as the Young Scot Card or the PASS card from the national Proof of Age Standards Scheme.
ONLY assistance animals are allowed on the Festival site (the area with the stages, bars, activities). Other pets are allowed on the campsite and car park, but must be on leads/leashes and under control at all times.
The camping is actually a very minimal bonus for the weekend ticket holders to allow those from further afield to stay in the local area and reduce environmental impact through travelling each day. As we’re very conscious of our and our guests’ environmental impact we chose to include camping with all weekend tickets. 95% of the ticket price is actually on artistic and production costs.
The only difference in the tiers is the price. The longer you wait the higher the price.
There won’t be any seating for the main stages.
You are more than welcome to bring a camping chair or similar into the main site (with stages, activities, food etc). It is unlikely these will be allowed in any covered tent or marquee area from a health and safety point of view.
Day splits, when announced, can be found HERE.
Yes, there will be parking on site. A small charge of £5 per day will be payable on arrival (Cashless payment) with separate weekend parking available for those staying for the weekend.