Is Swan Fest suitable for young children?
Yes! Our aim is to create a safe, family-friendly environment with plenty of activities and entertainment for children of all ages.
What amenities will be on site?
On site we will have festival toilets, baby changing facilities, various food stalls and a licensed bar that will also sell soft drinks.
Can I bring my own food and drink?
No food or drink is permitted onsite with the exception of food/drink for medical reasons, baby food/milk and factory sealed water. There will be a fully licensed bar and various reasonably priced food outlets available for you in the festival.
How do I enter the festival?
The festival entrance will be to the left of the Swanmore Leisure entrance. This will be signposted on the day. Tickets will be exchanged for a wristband before entering the festival. We reserve the right to search bags, and any items considered contraband will be removed. We also reserve the right to refuse admission.
Where can I purchase tickets?
Tickets can be purchased here.
Can I bring my own chair?
Yes! You are welcome to bring camping chairs and blankets into the festival in order to sit and enjoy the music during the afternoon and early evening.
How do I apply to perform at Swan Fest?
To apply to perform at Swan Fest, please click here.
What baby changing facilities are there?
Yes, there will be baby changing facilities on site.
Is there disabled access?
The site is fully accessible for people with disabilities. There will be an accessible toilet on site.
Are there cash machines on site?
There will be no cash machines on site. Some stalls including the bar will accept card payments but to ensure you have a stress-free time we advise bringing cash with you.
Is there a first aid point on site?
Yes, there will be a first aid tent on the festival site.
Where can I park my car?
We have a carpark on site but spaces will be limited. Please be considerate to our neighbours when leaving and when driving through the village.
Can I bring my dog to the festival?
No dogs are permitted into the festival with the exception of registered guide dogs.
How can I travel to the festival?
A full list of transport routes and methods can be found here.
We operate a strict ‘Challenge 25’ policy therefore please ensure that you have ID with you in case you are asked. ID accepted includes Passports, photographic driving licence and cards bearing the PASS hologram. Photocopied forms of ID will not be accepted. If you look under 25 you may asked for proof of age when you buy alcohol from the bar.