Get the tinnies at the ready – we have officially entered the countdown for our Into the Valley event this Saturday! Before you stroll onto the fields with your camping gear this weekend, we want to make sure that you have all the information you need at your fingertips so you can be prepared for what will be an incredible day and night of festivities. Please make sure you pass this information on to any of your mates who are coming with you.
From arena opening times to Covid-19 entry requirements, we’ve got you covered! So, pop the ol’ kettle on and have a good read of all the info below ahead of your arrival this weekend.
1. All adults must not to come to site unless they complete one of the following options.. (Under 12’s do not need to prove their status.)
A) they have proof of double vaccination via the COVID-19 passport on the NHS app.
B) have taken a negative lateral flow test within 48 hours of your arrival at the festival and registered here ->
Report a COVID-19 rapid lateral flow test result – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
You will be asked at Wristband Exchange to show your text from the NHS or your COVID-19 pass, if you have the app.
2. QR codes will be displayed around site, for those who choose to check in using the NHS app
3. We ask all attendees to be vigilant of increased hygiene – use the sanitiser stations around site, especially before eating / drinking. We will regularly clean covid touch points around site throughout the event. Consider other mitigations, such as wearing a mask in a headline crowd.
4. All ticket holders aged 16+ will need ID that matches their ticket to gain entry, you will be asked for this at Wristband Exchange. Anyone under 16 must have a guardian 21+ with them who can provide proof of age.
If you are feeling overwhelmed visit the information point and they will direct you to our dedicated welfare and first aid area. We know this may look like a lot to take in but we promise it’s not as complicated as it looks.
*For Wales – please visit here – https://gov.wales/coronavirus
*For Scotland – please visit here – https://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/
We want you to know that we will be doing our too when it comes to being Covid-19 compliant by increasing our hygiene and cleaning procedures on site, including:
– Cleaning toilets more regularly
– Increasing sanitiser stations across site
– Increasing water points across site
More important info…
OPENING & CLOSING TIMES:
🏕 Campsite: Saturday 7th 10:00 – Sunday 8th 12:00
🎵 Music: Saturday 7th 12:00 – Sunday 8th 02:00
🍽 Traders: 12:00 – late!
🍻Booze can be bought into the campsite but not into the arena. As long as you can carry it, it can come in. We won’t be stopping booze on re-entry.
RULES & REGS:
🚫No glass on site, our resident cows don’t like it!
🚫No animals allowed.
🥤Reusable cup scheme – pay £1 and keep your cup for the weekend.
♻️Help do your bit, take your stuff home and keep the farm clean!
❤️We can’t wait to have our extended family back with us, please look out for each other and help keep everyone safe.
🚿 Showers on site.
💳 Card payments accepted.
🚫 No cash machine on site.
✅ Supermarket and cash machines available in the local town of Bromyard.
🚕 Blueline Taxi – 10% discount when you quote ‘Nozstock Festival’ when booking on 01432 343435
🚌 No buses directly from Bromyard to Nozstock Into the Valley, but you can get the public service 420 to Bromyard town, 2 miles away from the festival site.