Tickets & Information

General Information


On the 8th June 2019, Site opens 10am for campers
The Wild Wood opens, and event start time is at 11am
The Wild Wood Rumpus event ends at 10pm.  On 9th June campers are asked to leave the site by 11am.



The Woodland Glade
Horseheath Racecourse
CB21 4QP

The site is off the A1307 Cambridge to Haverhill Road.  Wild Wood Event road signs will guide you to the entrance.

Ticket Information

A confirmation e-mail is sent once tickets are purchased from Ticket Sellers.  Tickets are sent out by e-mail a few weeks prior to the event.  Ticket Sellers manage any enquiries about tickets and can be reached on 0121 472 6688.

Tickets will need to be presented at the box office in exchange for a wristband. 

Ticket structure.  We operate a tier ticket system, this simply means that the earlier you buy your ticket the cheaper it will be.  The tiers of tickets are set when the festival goes on sale and progress through the tiers as we get closer to the event, starting with Early Bird.

Beware of false tickets and only buy through this website or Ticket Sellers.  All our ticket have a unique barcode which once used – cannot be used again.

All ticket T&C s can be found on the ticket sellers website here.

Camping and Camper Vans

Those with camping tickets can enter the site at 10am.  Camping tickets must be purchased in advance and cannot be purchased on the day.

The campsite facilities are toilets and a water unit available for drinking.

From 8am in the morning on the 9th June coffee and food trucks will arrive on site to provide food and refreshments to campers. 

Campers are asked to leave the site by 11am on the 9th June.

We recommend bringing a head torch or torch to get around the campsite after dark.

Campsite Restrictions

The campsite will be patrolled by security.  Only a small amount of alcohol, no more than 4 cans of beer per person / or equivalent and absolutely no glass. 

No naked flames on the campsite.  No barbecues and no gas fires.

Camper vans must not enter the camping field but if you wish to pitch your tent next to a friend with a camper you can do this in the camper van field.

Only those camping with camping wristbands are allowed in the camping field.


We want everyone to be able to come and experience The Wild Wood Rumpus.

Some areas of the site are on difficult terrain but most of the main areas are on a grass path.  Disabled toilets are next to the main toilets. 

Medical and welfare are available to everyone throughout the day.

Carer tickets are available for free for those that need assistance, please e-mail about this.

We do have lasers and lights after dark which could affect some people.

Get Involved

If you would like to volunteer on the day, please fill in application form here and we will get in touch soon.

If you would like to be a trader at please fill in application form here and we’ll be in touch soon

If you would like to get involved by creating an art installation or have an exciting performance you’d like to share, then please fill in the application form here and we will be in touch soon.

If you are an up and coming writer with your own blog or an aspiring photographer and want to come to the event to hone and show off your skills, please email us here with a little about yourself and some examples of your work.

Applications open now – Close 1st May 2019

Purchase Tickets


How does the tiered ticket system work?
All festivals use a tiered system to encourage early purchase of tickets. Early Bird are the first release and the cheapest tickets – there is a set amount of these tickets once gone, Tier 1 tickets go on sale. These are cheaper than full price, but a little more than Early Bird, and so on.
What does the ticket price include?
All entertainment, performances, workshops and activities, and music are included in the ticket price and there is free onsite parking.

    We have a charity partner The Flying Seagull project – they will run the face painting and glitter are and this will be for a charity donation.  Food and drinks are also paid for

    Do I have to pay for my child if my child is 3 at the time of the event?
    Children aged three and under, are free.
    How many children on a family ticket?
    A family ticket is for two adults and two children.
    Do I have to pay for parking?
    No – onsite parking is free.
    How much is a camping ticket?
    A camping ticket is £25 early bird or £30 per pitch/tent
    How far out of Cambridge is the event?
    Approximately 20 minutes outside of Cambridge, heading towards Linton.
    How much is a taxi to the event?
    It varies but a taxi to Cambridge is around £35 – if you book with A1Cab’s there will be a 10% discount (?)
    Will there be baby changing facilities?
    Yes – in a bell tent.
    Are dogs allowed?
    No- we are afraid there are no dogs allowed at this event.
    Can we bring picnics ?
    No picnics are not allowed. Campers can bring food for personal consumption.
    Can we bring alcohol?
    No. There will be three bars. The site is used by the Pony Club – no glass is allowed.