Smiles and Enjoyment Obligatory! Please respect Fairfield Farm when attending the festival.
Rights Of Admission Reserved – Please ensure you have read and agree to the ticket purchase and entry conditions before buying tickets. All tickets are non refundable.
Restricted Items; The following are not allowed into the campsite or festival gates;
- Dogs other than registered guide or hearing dogs
- Glass – absolutely no glass is allowed on site for safety reasons.
- Large stereo systems.
- Illegal substances.
- Portable laser equipment and pens.
- Unauthorised professional film or video equipment.
- Audio recorders.
- Air Horns.
- Fireworks, flares or Chinese Lanterns.
- Any item which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon.
- Any other Animals
- Nitros Oxide
- Petrol Burner
- Any form of aerosol over 250ml
Self Care; Long waking hours, dancing and summer sun will make you thirsty – don’t forget to drink plenty of water. Please know your limits and take care – drugs/alcohol/cocktails can be lethal, know your limits and those of your friends. Remember to wash your hands as infection can spread quickly on a festival site – especially before eating. Remember sun cream! Even with cloud the suns harmful rays can get you. Protect your ears – wear ear protection if you are planning on getting up close to the speakers – and remember babies and childrens ears are far mor delicate so bring ear protection for them!
Please car share where possible to help our festival parking and come by public transport, taxi or shuttle if you intend on drinking – please do not drink and drive! We all need to be aware of our footprint on this planet.
Alcohol – As we are a small independant festival please be aware that the bar sales and food concessions contribute to us being able to stage this event for you and ensure its future. We also have licensing restrictions so we therefore ask that you understand why we do not allow alcohol and food/drink (with the exception of baby/toddler food & drink) into the festival arena. A limited amount will be allowed into the campsite. All guests will be subject to a brief search on arrival and bags will be checked and items confiscated if necessary. We can absolutely promise you that all food and drink at every food concession and bar is at a reasonable price in line with pub prices if not lower.
No glass will be allowed on site for health & safety reasons. We want to protect your feet as you dance on the grass!
Challenge 25 will apply throughout the festival. ID will be required to purchase alcohol and anyone purchasing alcohol for an under 18 could be asked to leave the site. Anyone under 18 found to be drinking could also be asked to leave the site.
Drugs & anti social behaviour Policy
If you’re old enough to drink and smoke then we’re OK with that but if it’s not on the list of legal things we aren’t , so come and have a good time but please don’t be cross or sad if we ask you to leave; if you’re thinking drugs are a good thing, they aren’t and they are illegal. Glas-Denbury has a zero tolerance drugs policy. Searches will take place as a condition of entry to the festival. If you are found with drugs or legal highs you will be denied entrance to the event. If you are found in possession of drugs or legal highs during the festival, you will ejected from the site if safe to do so. No legal highs, No legal nitrous oxide canisters under any circumstances (can cause death through suffocation let alone the danger to farm animals.) No sky lanterns ( they kill farm animals ) fireworks bangers or similar. Glas-Denbury is a family friendly festival and we want to ensure everyone attending the festival feels safe and secure. Glas-Denbury does not condone the dealing in or use of illegal drugs. Drug enforcement laws are applicable on site as anywhere else in the country. SIA Security will be on site and as a condition of entry will carry out searches on persons arriving. If drugs are found they will be confiscated and the police could be called. Neither anti-social nor illegal behaviour will be tolerated. Event Crew & Security will take an active role in monitoring for drug taking and drug dealing and will work in full co-operation with Devon & Cornwall police. Glas-Denbury will evict persons strongly suspected of drug dealing and wherever possible will channel these evictions via the police for searching prior to eviction. Experimenting with drugs can lead to adverse reactions. Please don’t come to Glas-Denbury with the intent of taking or dealing in drugs.
As per the law – NO SMOKING within any marquee or other structure, or enclosed public space.
Sound levels at this event may be higher than you are used to so please bring ear plugs or ear defenders, especially for young children.
No sound systems to be brought onto the site.
No trading without permission of the organisers
Taking part in any activity on site is voluntary and at your own risk.
Recycling & Litter; Please use bins and recycling points at all times. Please do not litter the car park or festival arena. This is a farm and our fabulous team spend hours picking through the farmland to ensure the beautiful Guernsey cows can return safely to their home once we are gone! Please help us by not littering.
All guests may appear on audio or visual recordings taking place throughout the festival.
We are all very much dog lovers but sadly NO DOGS are allowed on site for Health & Safety reasons, with the exception of registered guide dogs and helper dogs. Please do not leave dogs in cars – especially in hot weather. Cary Kennels is located within a mile of the festival site – please contact them direct if you wish to book in your dogs whilst you enjoy the festival.
Children under 12 will be refused entry unless accompanied by a responsible adult.
Glas-Denbury has taken The Festival Vision: 2025 Pledge and is committed to working to reduce environmental impacts. The Festival vision 2025 aims to achieve a 50% reduction in festival-related annual GHG emissions by 2025. As a participating festival, we will endeavour to put these measures in place to achieve this:
- Reducing waste where possible and aiming for 50% (or more) recycling rates by 2025.
- Reducing reliance on fossil fuels and aiming to reduce annual diesel consumption by 50% (or more) by 2025.
- Working with audiences, suppliers and artists to positively influence travel choices and reduce travel-related emissions.
- Working with the supply chain to improve accountability and the sustainability of food sourcing.
- Working together as an industry to share experiences (positive and negative) about changes we make, sharing best practice and working toward industry standards where appropriate.
- Measuring key impacts using credible methods in order to measure progress.
- Sharing information to enable (anonymous) annual reporting for the industry e.g. working with Powerful Thinking and other closely affiliated organisations such as Julie’s Bicycle and A Greener Festival.