Top of the Gorge Festival - 14th - 16th June 2019

There are many ways to enjoy access at the Top of the Gorge Festival this year, access to different areas is determined by different colour wrist bands based on the below. Camping and Day Tickets, booked through the Festival website here, have Early Bird, Full and On the Gate prices. The sooner you register, the better the deal :-)

Camping Ticket:  Come for the whole weekend (staying over on Friday night and/or Saturday night in a tent or campervan) and enjoy everything the Top of the Gorge Festival has to offer, including all entertainment (guest speakers and live music) and on-site activities, such as guided food foraging, themed walks, yoga, star-gazing, climbing, caving, slacklining and even archery and axe throwing. The event is fully family friendly, with adventures suitable for a range of age groups. Registered runners save 30% on the price of a weekend camping via a discount code which will be emailed to you when you enter the events. You can book your camping via the festival website.

Runner Ticket: Sign up to any running race over the weekend, and enjoy a free day ticket as part of your race entry (worth £20!) Your race number, handed out on the day of the event, will act as your festival ticket. You can enjoy all parts of the festival; caterers, music, free inspirational talks and free activities.

Spectator Ticket: Many parts of the festival are free to access for people who are there to support runners during the day (until 5pm); there is a wide range of caterers, live music, the race start/finish and of course the toilet, water and first-aid facilities. To help cover the running costs of the festival, there is a suggested £5 donation per adult in the form of raffle tickets. There is no suggested donation for children, though the more tickets you get, the greater the chance of winning - and the first prize of the raffle is £10,000. The Spectator Ticket does not include access to the free activities and entertainment that comes with the camping or day tickets, for example the talks by international adventurers, climbing wall and caving experience, story telling, guided walks, archery and axe throwing etc - and you must be off site by 5pm. If you wish to enjoy this elements of the festival, you are welcome to pay as you go, or to upgrade your ticket to a Day Ticket at the festival ticket office. It’s not possible to purchase spectator tickets in advance of the event. 

Day Ticket: Get access to the whole festival, including catering, music, talks by international adventurers, climbing wall and caving experience, star gazing, story telling, guided walks, archery and axe throwing, and many other activities. You can purchase Day Tickets via the Festival site here

NB. All running races and mountain bike sportives are separate tickets events with their own registration prices which are not included in any of the festival ticket prices. 
From organised trail running races and mountain biking / road cycling sportives, through to expert-led small-group activities such as kayaking, climbing, caving, wild swimming, food foraging, themed walks and even archery and axe throwing - there will be something to excite and challenge everyone, no matter how experienced or fit you are. The event will be fully family friendly, with adventures suitable for a range of age groups.
People can seize the one-off opportunity to pitch their tent in a unique pop-up campsite at the top of the gorge, and enjoy everything the festival has to offer for the whole weekend, or just visit for the day on Saturday and/or Sunday.
South West Outdoor Festival Activities
Besides the activities and challenges taking place across the weekend, the festival hub will feature live music, speakers, films, story tellers, bush craft sessions, skills clinics and vendors selling high quality regional produce, including local beers, ciders and juices.
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