GET EARLY BIRD TICKETS! BUY NOW Your Questions Answered About Wannasee Penrith Tickets HOW DO I BUY TICKETS? Before the festival day, you can buy tickets from this website using a debit or credit card, such as VISA or MASTERCARD. You can also buy tickets from one of our local ticket outlets (tourist information, shops, etc) that are listed on each festival’s Tickets Page and on the festival posters and flyers. Wannasee Penrith sold out in 2017 and with a larger number of tickets camping still sold out in 2018 but if there are tickets for next year’s event still available on the festival weekend then they will be sold at the entrance gate, at a higher price than the advance ticket prices, but to be sure you don’t miss the festival we’d recommend buying them in advance as 2019’s event will have no attendance increase on 2018. Any ticket queries, please email us via our Contacts Page or phone the Eventim Ticket Hotline on 0844 249 1000 Calls will cost 7 pence per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge. Lines open Monday - Sunday 8am - 8pm. You can buy tickets from local outlets in person. For outlet details please see the bottom of the Event Info page. WHAT IS AN EARLY-BIRD TICKET? If you buy your tickets during the Early Bird period, you’ll get them for a reduced price. The Early Bird promotion is for a strictly limited period until 30th September 2018. CAN I BUY TICKETS ON THE DAY? Tickets may be available on the day, if the event hasn’t sold out in advance, but will only be available at the gate and will be a higher price than the advance order ticket prices. If you don’t want to risk missing out, buy them in advance. DO CHILDREN NEED TICKETS? If your child is 0-13 years old they will not need a ticket to enter the festival but must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult. Please note all children under 18 years old (including those aged 14-17 with a ticket) can only enter the festival if accompanied by a paying adult (18+ yrs). ARE THERE ANY TICKET PRICE CONCESSIONS FOR THE DISABLED OR THEIR CARERS? There are no discounts for our disabled visitors, but the festival has full disabled facilities. If you are accompanying a cared-for person who has a ticket, however, we will allow you in for free. We usually ask you to show some carers ID, if you have some, to ease the transition through the doors and security. HELP - IT’S FESTIVAL DAY AND I DON’T HAVE MY TICKETS! If it’s the festival day and you don’t have your tickets then a ‘last ditch’ lifeline is available. We will be able to check you in manually using our database of the names of the people who order the tickets. However, if we can’t find your booking on the system please don’t be surprised if we ask you a security questions, such as your address or the last 4 digits of the card you paid with, so that we know we have the right person. CAN I TRANSFER TICKETS TO ANOTHER FESTIVAL? No, we cannot transfer your tickets between festivals due to the ownership rights of each festival. CAN I HAVE A REFUND? Refunds will only be given under exceptional circumstances that prevent you from attending the event. If you’ve already received your tickets they will become invalid once the booking is cancelled. Bookings can never be refunded after or during the festival. HELP - I HAVEN’T RECEIVED MY TICKET! If you haven’t received your ticket within the allocated time frame please contact our ticket sales agents, Eventim, or contact us using the Contact page, confirming the details of your tickets order, as we will use these to find your booking. The original tickets we sent will become void once we have established that your tickets were not received and new ones will be posted to you. WHERE CAN I PARK? Parking is FREE & will be clearly signposted from the main road. Although we will take every precaution to ensure all vehicles are safe, parking is at the owners risk and Wannasee Ltd cannot be held liable for any damage to vehicles when parked here. WHAT DISABLED PARKING IS THERE? Disabled parking is available at the main site but you will need to be in possession of an official valid blue disabled parking badge. If you require disabled parking questions or have any special requirements, you are welcome to email us before the festival, via our Contact page. TRADERS/VOLUNTEERS & SPONSORS CAN I VOLUNTEER TO WORK AT WANNASEE FESTIVAL? Volunteer recruits to help with general stewarding, bar duties and more, are welcome. Please email us using our Contact page giving us some details about yourself and what you would be interested in assisting with. Become part of our team and receive complimentary tickets and more. WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BEING A TRADER AT WANNASEE? Please email us using our Contact page, giving details about what you wish to trade, website links and contact number and we will get back in touch with you. I RUN A BUSINESS, ARE THERE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AT THE FESTIVAL? We have many Wannasee Festival 2018 sponsorship packages available for all sizes of budget from advertising banners, new video screen advertising, to full corporate partnering packages. If you are interested and would like to find out more please get in touch our Contact email page. General Questions WHAT ARE THE EVENT OPENING TIMES? The main gate will open at 5.30pm on Friday night & 11.30am on both Sat & Sun. The event will finish at approximately 11.00pm every evening with the main gates closing at 11.45pm. . CAN WE LEAVE AND COME BACK IN? Yes, you can. When you enter the festival for the first time we will scan your ticket and provide you with a wristband to wear for the duration of the festival. Simply show your wristband to leave and re-enter the festival whenever you like. WILL THERE BE PLENTY OF CLEAN TOILETS? Yes, we can guarantee that there will be an increased number of toilet facilities located at more points throughout the festival site and camping sites, including disabled toilets, and we will have a bigger team of cleaners on site throughout the weekend to ensure they are kept nice and clean. No more horrible festival toilets! WHAT’S THERE FOR THE KIDS? There will be a variety of stalls, childrens rides/inflatables face painting, craft stalls and more, on site, throughout the festival. There may be a small charge on some of these whilst some will be completely free. Children can stay until the end of the music each day. CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD & DRINK? On first entry you are allowed to bring in one sealed bottle of soft drink or water, maximum 500ml. Other than that, a small picnic may also be fetched into the festival upon first arrival only, but glass and metal utensils and cool boxes are not allowed, for safety reasons. All other drinks must be purchased from our licensed bar, which will have a large variety of alcohol and soft drinks, with very competitive prices, unlike normal festival charges. There will also be a wide range of food stalls, again at very favourable prices. At Wannasee we want you to have a great time without emptying your wallet! WHAT DRINKS ARE AVAILABLE? Wannasee Festivals have a draught bar offering lager, cider, beer and some real ales, also selling cocktails, spirits and soft drinks, all at reasonable prices. We don’t hit your wallet like some festivals! Hot drinks, including barista coffee and some soft refreshments will also be on sale at the food traders. We operate a challenge 25 policy at the festival, so please bring a recognised form of ID if you are lucky enough to look that young. WHAT FOOD IS AVAILABLE? You can expect a great variety of cuisine, such as pizza, burgers, hot dogs, curry, noodles, jacket potatoes, fish and chips, wraps and much more, plus all the sweet things you can think of from ice cream to milk shakes, all at reasonable prices. The food traders cannot all guarantee to cater for all special dietary requirements, lifestyle choices (vegan etc) or those with allergies or food intolerances, but will accommodate wherever possible. Please ask the individual food traders for information. CAN I BRING CHAIRS, TABLES OR BLANKETS? Yes, you can. We do provide plenty of tables and chairs around the bar and food area, but cannot guarantee availability to everyone. If you really would like to sit throughout the festival then you are more than welcome to bring your own. IS THERE A CASH POINT OR BANK CARD FACILITIES ON SITE? Yes, you can use your credit or debit to obtain cash at the tokens bar, up to £20 per transaction for which there is a £1.00 charge. ARE DOGS ALLOWED ON SITE? We are dog friendly, and all we ask is that they are kept on a lead at all times. Please respect others and clean up, (dog mess bins will be on site) whilst also looking after your dog’s own welfare. WHAT DISABLED FACILITIES ARE THERE? There are disabled toilet facilities on both the festival site and camp site. We have full disabled site access, a disabled camping and parking area, and we will be making an area of the site available exclusively for our disabled patrons to view the stage, with chairs available. If you have any other special requirements please do not hesitate to email us via our Contact Page. IS IT SAFE? We provide a safe and secure environment at all of our festivals and our zero tolerance approach to disruptive behaviour is backed up by an experienced and professional security team. However, it is still the responsibility of parents to maintain the welfare of their children and we expect under 18 year olds to be accompanied an adult. A Lost Child Meeting Point will be clearly signposted and there will be security marshals and stewards (wearing bright yellow and orange tabards) throughout the site, who are happy to help at all times. We also provide a dedicated medical room that is staffed by trained medics and first-aiders. IS THERE A PHONE SIGNAL & WIFI AVAILABLE? There is a good phone reception at the event for calls and mobile internet access and we even provide our own dedicated Wi-Fi which can be found on your phone under ‘Wannasee’.