For detailed rules and regulations please see here.


Under The Hill is born under a magical hill which opens its doors for the all of the wild party animals to come out and play. Now that you have shown your dedication to this rare event, we can reveal the location.

  • Ashton Under Hill
  • Worcestershire
  • WR11 7QR

Getting here

The closest train stations are Evesham and Ashchurch for Tewkesbury, whichever is quickest from where you are travelling from.

A free shuttle bus is available from both of these stations between 10:00 and 14:00 on Saturday 27 May and between the same times back to the stations on Sunday 28 May.

If you are arriving by car there will be signs from the main road, look out for the owl! As you turn off the A46 signposted to Ashton Under Hill the site is 300 yards on the right hand side. We would like to reduce congestion in the small village, so please try not to drive through the village centre.


You should have received your tickets via email. You will need to produce a valid e-ticket to enter Under The Hill Fest. This can be displayed on your phone or as a hard copy paper ticket. If you arrive with a defaced or incomplete ticket then we will not permit entry. In addition to your ticket you will need to bring valid ID - a ticket is not valid without accompanying ID.

Your ticket will be exchanged for a wristband which should remain on you throughout the event.

If you are aged 16 and under then you must be accompanied at all times by a ticket holding adult (21+) who must accept responsibility for your safety for the duration of Under The Hill Fest.

You are allowed to exit the festival to go to your car. Please note you will be searched again on entry.

Alcohol & Food

Alcohol cannot be bought into the site and will be confiscated at security if present. We are proud to be supporting local businesses and drinks will be sold at pub prices.

Food stalls are available throughout the day. We have a great range of food and refreshments available, including vegetarian and vegan options. Limited food will be allowed in if you are camping – stalls will be open on the Sunday morning.

No gas stoves, BBQs or fires are permitted on site.

No glass can be brought onto the site.

No Cash Point & Limited Card Use

We do not have a cash point on site, and although we will have one card machine behind the bar, we recommend coming prepared with cash.


Parking is available on site. Car parking tickets should be purchased in advance online and shown on arrival, either printed or on your phone.

For safety reasons we do not allow sleeping in the car parking area. In order to gain access to our campervan/live-in vehicle area then you will need to buy a campervan ticket when booking online

Fancy Dress

You may have wondered who all these wild animals are!? These wild animals are YOU.

This is an opportunity to release your inner beast, express yourself, and become the party animals you have always wanted to be. Be creative with costumes, face paint, feathers, papier-mâché, whatever you can get your hands on. Head over to our Facebook page for photos to inspire you.

Site Opening Times

The gates open at 10:00 on Saturday 27 May and will be open until 23:00. After this point you will not be allowed into the site.

The first artist starts at 12:00, we recommend arriving early to set up tents before the music begins.

The site will close at 11:30 on Sunday 28 May.

Respecting the land

We are very lucky to have a lovely bit of land for us to party on and we expect all festival goers to respect the land and the community. Bins will be provided, so do not litter unnecessarily. We have flushing toilets available, so please refrain from urinating in the field, bushes, forest.

Lost Property

All lost property should be handed to the main gate.

Rules & regulations

Please take a moment to read through our detailed Rules and Regulations.

We are very excited to be welcoming you all to Under The Hill Fest and thank you so much for your support.

If you have any questions between now and the event, please get in touch.

Toot toot for now,