Bigfoot is all about celebrating the good life and the families that drive great food and drink. So we’ve gone all out to make Bigfoot as family-friendly as possible.
A camping atmosphere perfect for families. A place for the kids to enjoy themselves away from the main festival site. A quieter campsite with a 10pm noise curfew and extra facilities, including baby changing.
It is also located next to family parking, so only a short hop to carry your stuff and easy to pop back for anything you’ve forgotten.
You don’t need any extra tickets, just turn up with the family. No single adult or groups of adults will be allowed unless accompanied by under 16s.
Bigfoot will have a dedicated family area for all our young families, babies, toddlers and children and will cover a mixture of arts and craft workshops including pottery design, pizza making, festival outfits and illustration sessions to name but a few.
There will be morning children and family yoga sessions to start your day and gong meditation music time before you start your little one’s bedtime routine.
For those wanting to burn some energy, we will have mini raves (with prizes for the best dancer of course) plus nature walks and forest foraging not forgetting daily storytime sessions every morning with much more to come.
Children & family yoga / music workshops / soft play space / cosmic play area
Arts and craft workshop : / with pottery making classes / sustainable arts project / Wand making
Finding Bigfoot nature walk / pizza making workshop / natural art – using nature art / Mini rave / storytime sessions / morning party
Bigfoot will be packed full of delicious, nutritious food, but we know what’s packing the main menu might not be right for a few days away with the kids. So we’ll have a café open during the day with an offer much more suited towards children.
One of the best ways to enjoy a festival is with a trolley to lug the kids around in. We’ll have trolleys for hire for the weekend, available in both carparks.
There will be a festival shop on site for all essentials.
We’ve kept the family camping to the quietest part of the site. The main stage will end at 10.30pm.
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Children’s Curfews and no go zones!
We’d ask that all under 18s leave the arena site by 11pm. Under 18s will not be allowed into the Treehouse Dance Area after 10pm.
No under 18s will be allowed onto the site unless accompanied by an adult over the age 21.
The person who books the youth or child’s tickets must have their name on the tickets and bring ID with them.
All youths and children must be accompanied at the festival by an adult at all times. There is a maximum of four children / youth tickets to one adult ticket.
Children 13 and under go free. Teenagers aged 14 to 17 must have a youth ticket. Accompanying Adult ticket holders must be over 21 years of age.
All may be asked for ID. Please bring a legal photo ID such as passports, European ID Cards, Driving License.
We will offer a Challenge 25 Policy across the site.