There are no ATMs on site. However, debit card cashback is available at the bars and any other traders that accept card payments.
Tickets will be available at the gate Box Office – but they will be higher prices than the online prices so it’s better to buy your tickets online as soon as you can.
This fee is charged to cover the banking transaction costs of your purchase.
This fee will be no more than £1.50 and is only charged once per transaction.
We’ll include this fee in the summary of your purchases, before you finalise and buy
Everything available on our tickets page are subject to a booking fee, which we pay to our ticketing agents (TheTicketSellers).
For each ticket or product we will always clearly display how much it is, how much the booking fee is, and their combined total price.
Booking fees breakdown
Absolutely no glass containers are permitted on site and anyone found with glass by security or staff will have it and its contents confiscated.
Be sensible and decant your alcohol and other liquids into reusable containers before you arrive.
Nasty cuts can be caused by broken glass so please do not bring any glass.
Accessible and regular toilets are available in each campsite and throughout the entire site.
For a small fee, a mobile phone charging station will make sure you can still post the perfect Instagram shot. Please use #SFF20 to trend.
There are dedicated hot shower blocks located in the Family Campsite beside the Sunflower Village and in the Rowdy Campsite.
Fresh water taps are available around the campsites and at various other locations.
Dedicated barbecue areas in each campsite for anyone catering for themselves. Make sure you only barbecue in these areas and that you use these areas responsibly… the last thing anybody needs is a dirty BBQ area or a fire emergency!
All facilities are clearly signposted and can be found on the site map which will be available online and displayed on site.
Please drink your own alcohol in the campsites.
Some simple ways we can all make a difference, even in just one weekend.
We can Reduce our consumption…
We can Reuse where we can…
We can Recycle what we can’t reuse…
Yes, you are free to access your car, however, access to the car-park will be restricted after 1.00am each night when the festival site is locked down.
Day tickets will not go on sale until much closer to the event allowing us to properly gauge the number of day tickets that can be made available.
Yes. Anybody with a wristband can come and go during festival performance hours but please restrict your car movements because the roads are very narrow and busy. Movement will be restricted after 1am each night when the festival site is locked down.
Day ticket holders will get a stamp on their hand that identifies the day they can access the festival. They will not be able to return after that day.
Yes, of course. We’d love you to join us at the festival and we offer a range of non-camping tickets. Our full list of pricing options are available on our tickets page.
Sunflowerfest is an all-inclusive festival and we encourage anyone with a disability or special needs to contact us ahead of the festival so that we are prepared to welcome you. Should you, a friend or family member wish to visit the festival site before the festival, please contact us to arrange a time.
All enquiries should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessible toilets will be present throughout the festival site.
In addition, our dedicated staff will be available, both in the car park and on the festival site to provide you with any assistance you may require.
Yes. We will have phone charging facilities on site. There may be fees for this service.
Since we are a family first event, Sunflowerfest proudly welcomes people of all ages. You can buy tickets for…
Please note: if you are aged between 13 and 17, you need a parent/guardian who is at least 25 to accompany you
A loyalty ticket is the cheapest ticket on offer and available by invite only.
To qualify to receive this invite you must have bought tickets for last year’s festival online (i.e. not at the gate Box Office) and you must give us your consent to keep you updated.
Just make sure you subscribe using the same email address you used when you bought your tickets.
If it says you’re already subscribed, click the link to update your details.
We know everyone will have a different vision for their One Earth – but here’s where we are coming from:
We are all here on one earth together, with a shared future, and using the same finite resources.
Let’s work to try and improve that future and our environment together. Let’s start thinking about new ways to live sustainably and harmoniously on our One Earth.
This year we’re feeling extra ambitious! We promise to improve our carbon and waste footprints by reducing, reusing and recycling as much as possible.
We encourage all our visitors, be they guests, traders, volunteers or artists to follow suit and consider their own impact over the weekend (and by extension in everyday life.)
Campsites are open at the following times…
The Campervan site is open for load-in between 17:00 and 20:00 on the Thursday before the festival
This is the only time that campervans will be permitted entry to the site
Family Camping Areas
11:00 on Friday
Gates will open at this time for Family Camping ticket holders only
General Camping Areas
12:00 midday on Friday.
You are not required to arrive on Friday, you can arrive at any time the gates are open over the weekend
Gates open at 10:00 on Saturday and Sunday for all visitors
Gates are closed to new visitors coming in at 21:00 each day
Day ticket holders are not permitted in the campsites and must vacate the site by 01:00 on Friday & Saturday nights and 23:30 on Sunday night
All campers must vacate the site by 12.00 midday on the Monday after the festival
Campervans and caravans must not attempt to exit the site before 09:00 on the Monday after the festival.
All drop offs at Legacurry Crossroads and free travel to site by Sunflowerfest Shuttle Bus Service.
Please make sure you are dropped off at the shuttle bus pick up at Legacurry crossroads.
The Dromara bus from the Europa Bus Centre or Lisburn Bus Station will drop you at the Legacurry crossroads which will be well signposted. From here, we offer a free shuttle service for the duration of the festival. For information on the Dromara bus, please visit Translink’s Website.
If dropping friends or family to the festival please use the free shuttle bus service provided from Legacurry Crossroads. This is the most efficient way to get to the festival main entrance. The shuttle bus pick-up point is located in the car-park at Legacurry Crossroads opposite the church and is clearly signposted. Two shuttle buses will be on a continuous loop all day from 11am and will drop you at the main entrance. Please avoid the Main Car-Parks.
Arriving by Car to the Sunflowerfest: there are car-parks for the day or for the weekend.
Use the Links to Google Maps on this page. There is a map of the location of the main car-parks at Tubby’s Farm, plus directions from Belfast and Dublin.
The car park is only a short walk away from the main entrance. The first family campsite is located at this entrance. The furthest campsite is approximately 500 metres from the main entrance.
The shuttle bus pick up/drop-off point is 200 metres from the main entrance.
If you do not wish to carry your own gear there will be a trolley hire service operated by our charity partner Air Ambulance NI with all proceeds going to help their vital life saving service. You can also ask any of our dedicated volunteers to assist you. They will be wearing yellow hi-visibility jackets. Our advice for all festival goers is to pack lightly and bring only your essentials.
No, not at this time.
Sure can, bud!
There are a number of bars dotted around the festival providing reasonably priced beers, wines and cocktails.
Enjoy your alcohol responsibly please.
Our camp sites are strictly divided between Family and General Camping areas so please make sure you buy the correct type of camping ticket
Your cooperation here is very important to us. If you see anything which doesn’t look right like non families in the Family Camping area, children in the Rowdy Camping areas please let a security person or volunteer know asap.
For the safety of everyone attending, there are a number of rules that must be observed when buying tickets for children. The following applies to our babies, kids, teens and 16/17 tickets.
We sell tickets for individual days only if we have capacity to do so. For this reason, we don’t release day tickets until much closer to the event.
Check out our tickets page to see what’s currently available!
Only visitors with a weekend camping ticket are permitted to bring a limited personal allocation of their own alcohol into the festival with them.
Visitors with day tickets are not permitted to bring their own alcohol.
Each adult weekend camper may bring with them a maximum limit of
Alcohol will only be admitted when you first enter the site. This will be when you show us your ticket and we give you a wristband. Once you have your wristbands you can enter and leave the site transporting your camping equipment, but you will not be allowed to bring alcohol through so it’s very important all your alcohol is brought through on your first trip.
Absolutely no glass bottles are allowed anywhere at Sunflowerfest – Decant your alcohol into reusable containers before you arrive!
Security personnel at the entrance gate will be checking that the alcohol limits and glass policy have been adhered to and reserve the right to confiscate either.
Yes, you will be able to purchase hot and cold drinks including a wide range of tea, coffee and juice from most food vendors.
There are also free-to-use water mains points throughout the site.
Campervans, motor homes, caravans are all welcome to use our campervan field. Campervan supplements are available on our tickets page and you only need to buy one per vehicle
Commercial vans being used for sleeping in will not be permitted in the campervan area.
Don’t buy a campervan ticket if you have anything other than a purpose built or adapted live in vehicle. We define this as having it’s own in-built sleeping and kitchen facilities.
Only one campervan supplement is required per vehicle.
Everyone in your group will need their own Weekend Camping Festival tickets though.
There’ll be 5 metres space around your campervan for fire safety. You can put your awnings and canopies up in this area.
Tents are not permitted anywhere in the campervan area.
No. Cars are not permitted into any of the campsites or the campervan areas.
If you are bringing a caravan, your towing vehicle must be able to tow on rough ground and it must be moved to the carpark as soon as your caravan has been sited.
You are not allowed to bring any glass for any reason. This is particularly important for campervan owners to remember since glass is normally found in your kicthens. Be warned, security will confiscate it on entry.
Not at this time
No. Generators are prohibited on the festival grounds.
Yes. The campervan area has serviced toilets and water
Load-in for campervans is from 17:00 and 20:00 on the Thursday evening before the festival.
If you arrive outside these times you will be denied entry with your campervan.
This is due to the road access to that part of the site and we must strictly adhere to these times. But you do get an extra night’s camping for free!
Patience grasshopper. Let everybody else get here first! We’ll need you to stay in the campervan field on Thursday night.
When the gates open on Friday morning and the first of our General Campers start to arrive you can start to move into other areas of the festival.
The road access becomes available for camper vans again at 12:00 noon on Monday morning.