Bars will be cashless! Vendors will be accepting both cash and card at the festival, and there are ATMs on site to withdraw cash!
Gates open at 12pm on Thursday 27th July and 9am on Friday 28th July – Sunday 30st July 2023. For more info head to our Tickets and Entry page.
The music starts at 12:00pm on Friday, so see you in the main arena!
The headliner finishes on the main stage around 11pm each day.
Yes – anyone can leave and come back as they wish, however, you can only bring alcohol into the campsites on your first entry. Re-entry with alcohol is not permitted. If you are planning on driving to and from the event each day please keep hold of your parking ticket to show as proof of purchase. Please also remember to keep your wristband on!
Tixel is the official resale partner for Y Not 2023 and has worked closely with Y Not and their ticketing provider (Gigantic) to ensure you can buy and sell tickets safely at this link.
Upon arrival, you are permitted to bring alcohol into the campsite only, enough for personal consumption within reason, Glass bottles will not be permitted and will be confiscated upon entry. Please read more on our alcohol policy here
The ticket tiers are simply different prices and they do not grant you any different access. The only tickets that get you upgraded access are the upgrade tickets such as Peak Club VIP.
Lost property can be found in the Village green area. Please report lost items or found items there. For lost property enquiries post event please email email@example.com
Festival-goers will not be permitted to bring professional cameras to the festival. Standard compact cameras will be permitted for personal use, though festival-goers will not be able to bring in cameras with either interchangeable lenses or a lens longer than 6 inches. Any camera with a removable lens, a zoom 3x or greater, or 10MP cameras will be deemed to be professional cameras and will not be permitted. Professional photographers and videographers must apply for press accreditation prior to the event.
Chairs will only be allowed in the campsites, in the interests of health and safety we do not allow any chairs or tables in the arenas. Please avoid bringing Gazebo’s to this years event as they pose a threat to health and safety in high winds & take up too much space campsites.
To enter the family campsite you require a family wristband. These are at no extra cost, just specify your ticket type when purchasing your festival tickets. If you have already bought tickets and wish to change them please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that there won’t be opportunity to change ticket types on the day of the festival.
If you are under 16 then you will not be allowed entry into the festival without a responsible adult (21+). The safety of minors is extremely important to us, so these conditions are fully enforced.
Please remember to bring identification to the festival if you appear under 16 and are coming to the festival without an over 21 year old, otherwise you will be denied entry to the event. Acceptable forms of identification for 16 year olds are BLine cards, passports and Citizenship cards.
We do not sell day tickets, only full weekend.
Yes. All tickets include Weekend Camping.
Unless you have purchased a Glamping Ticket or Campervan you will need to bring your own tent.
It is not permitted to take alcohol into the arena from the campsites, but you can take in empty or sealed water bottles.
Over 18s are allowed to bring enough alcohol on site for themselves. Re-entry with alcohol is not permitted.
Children aged 12 and under are allowed free entry to the festival.
You will however need to book this in advance as you will be turned away if you turn up at the gate without doing so.
Yes, parking passes are £20 in advance (on-the-day cost will be greater). You can purchase these here.
You’ll need one parking pass per vehicle, and the pass covers you for the whole weekend!
Live-in Vehicle pitches are sized 7x7m maximum. You can have one tent or awning alongside your live-in vehicle for guests providing this fits in your 7x7m pitch. There are no height restrictions to enter the Live In Vehicles campsites however please be aware that the road leading to the Live-In field has an 11ft max height bridge. If your Campervan is larger than 11ft you will need to plan to head for Parwich village & once there enter the post code DE4 2PR. From Parwich, ensure you approach site via Backhill Lane and Parwich.
The glamping field features hot showers, it’s own toilets, and a pamper area (bring your own pampering things!)
Find out more about Glamping here!
A 21+ adult can supervise up to 4 minors at the festival.