OllieFest FAQ’s

Tickets for OllieFest 2020 can be purchased HERE

We are at Ross Rugby Ground, Abbotts Close, Greytree, HR9 7GQ

There is parking at the rugby ground for the small charge of £3 per day. It is an open ground so there is space for disabled and parent and child parking. However, the parking and the festival is on grass so please bear this in mind if needing to bring a wheelchair/pushchair. Although Olliefest will take every precaution to ensure the safety of the vehicles, parking is at the owner’s risk and Olliefest will not be liable for any damage caused whilst parking here.

We are every August bank holiday weekend! Starting Friday 18:00-23:00 and then Saturday and Sunday 12:00-23:00. We close the event Sunday evening at 23:00 with a firework display. The dates for 2020 are Friday 28th August through to Sunday 30th August, 2020.

We are a family friendly festival! We welcome children under the age of 16 with an adult. The children should be supervised at all times and are ultimately the parent/guardians responsibility. We do have a lost child meeting point area and security marshalls throughout the site if you need assistance.

Hopefully they will enjoy the live music as much as the adults as we do our best to cater for everyone! However, there is also a funfair for adults and children to enjoy at a small cost and inflatables for the children. There are craft stalls, colouring tables and children’s favourite tv characters appearing randomly throughout the weekend.

Well behaved dogs that are kept on leads are welcome into the festival site. You may well be asked to leave if your dog is running loose and if you are found not to be scooping the poop. The festival ends with a firework display on Sunday evening so please bear this in mind if your dog is sensitive to them.

We will have public toilets at the event including disabled and baby changing facilities.

Sadly no, only food and drink purchased on site can be consumed (with exception to baby food and dog food!). We rely massively on the trader’s rent to help support the festival, so we need you to support them. There are plenty of food and drink options on site including some traders catering for special dietary requirements. The bars run a challenge 25 policy so bring your id if you want to be sure to be served.

Yes, feel free to bring any of these items. Please be mindful of where you position them.

Unfortunately not, however our bar token booth and many of the food traders do accept card payments.

To avoid cash transactions at the bar and to cut down on queues, the bars run a token system. You’ll need to buy tokens from the token booth to spend at the bars. 1 token = £1. The bars will not accept cash, so please ensure you have bought your reusable cup and tokens before heading to the bar. Tokens are non-refundable so please only purchase enough for what you intend on consuming. Cash and cards are accepted.

This website will have lots of information on as well as our social media pages. Find us on Facebook and Instagram.

Yes, although all bags are subject to a search upon entry.

Flares. Fireworks. Smoke bombs. Illegal substances. Food and drink. Legal Highs. Nitrous oxide. Any weapons.

We do have a camping site! Please see our Earlybird ticket offer available to purchase HERE

Yes you can! We welcome anyone that wants to help! Send us an email at info@olliefestross.co.uk with some details about yourself.

Please email us at tradestands@olliefestross.co.uk giving details about what you wish to trade, a website or social media link and a contact number and we will be in touch.

We have many sponsorship deals available, to suit all businesses and budgets. If you are interested please get in touch via sponsor@olliefestross.co.uk or visit our Sponsorship page here