FAQs

Where is Feasty Fest held?

We hold Feasty Fest in the glorious Cheam Park, to find out how you can get to us please head to our ‘Location and Getting Here’ section.

Is there car parking?

Yes, please see our “Getting Here” tab for more information.

Will I need cash?

There are no cashpoints on site and all our stands are predominantly card only with vendors providing a card payment option also, therefore we do not recommend bringing large amounts of cash on site.

Is it pet friendly?

We were so pleased to see so many fluffy companions with feasters at our last festival, we are looking forward to welcoming you and your companions again to Feasty Fest.

Can I bring my own food and drink?

FeastyFest always has a huge selection of food and drink available for you so bringing food or alcohol onto site is prohibited. Our traders are hand selected and work tirelessly all year round at events far and wide to bring you the best in artisan produce and street food. We understand costs are rising for everyone but please take this opportunity to support local and NOT a supermarket!

However, for young feasters including babies, we understand parents may wish to bring snacks for young children and jarred baby food to site and this is permitted.

We will also allow sealed water bottle and food for those with disabilities.

Aside from this we will NOT allow any food or drink into the event, you will be asked to return it to your car or you can leave it at the gate but we will not be held responsible for any food or drink.

Is there seating?

There are seating areas provided by the festival in Grub Hub and our Shaded Garden, but if you wish to sit close to main stage, we advise you bring your own picnic rugs and chairs. There’s plenty of space for everyone to set up their own pitch at the site.

What if I have a food allergy?

We have a broad selection of food vendors and market stalls selling a plethora of hot and cold foods, please make any allergies known to them when purchasing produce or food and they will be able to assist you so you can enjoy what they have to offer safely.

Is the music family friendly?

All the acts are brought in with the eye for them being family friendly, we want everyone of all ages to come and enjoy our festival and the music it has to offer.