FAQs

All you need to know about Smoked & Uncut Festivals

A statement from Smoked & Uncut in relation to Coronavirus/COVID-19.

Getting prepped for the big day...

  1. Tickets
  2. Cashless Wristband Payments
  3. Tickets as Gifts 
  4. Gates open
  5. Security
  6. Parking
  7. Camping
  8. Festival Food & Drink Stalls
  9. Pop Up Restaurant Feasting Experiences
  10. Kids
  11. Dogs
  12. Seating and the Weather

FAQs

1. Tickets

Please make sure that you remember to bring along a copy of your e-ticket or have your confirmation e-mail open on your phone or tablet so that we can make sure your entrance into the festival is a smooth as possible. Tickets are non-refundable. If you are no longer able to make it we are very happy for you to pass your ticket on, please just give them your e-ticket so that they can enter the festival.

 

2. Cashless Wristband Payments

We are a cashless festival which means not a note, coin or drinks token will be in sight. Find out more about our cashless wristband payment system here.

 

3. Tickets as Gifts 

Tickets can be purchased as gifts in the ticket purchasers name and passed onto the recipient. If you would like to pass them on and change the name on the ticket, please contact us on tickets@smokedanduncut.com

 

4. Gates open

At 12.00pm - you are welcome to arrive before, but we will kindly ask you to wait by your car in the parking field until we are ready to open the festival area. If you have purchased a 12:30pm Feasting ticket or hold a Glamping ticket, you will be permitted to enter the festival at 11:30am.

 

5. Security

Our independent security team will be carrying out bag searches at the ticket desk upon entry; your safety is our prime concern.

 

6. Parking

Only HOTEL RESIDENTS will be able to park in our hotel car parks.

To park in the festival car park you must have a parking pass. Please note that festival parking is £5 for the festival car park.

We advise you not to park on the roadside - cars will be reported to the police and removed.

DISABLED PARKING will be offered upon request.

Further information about Car Parking will be released closer to the event.

Please note car parking has now SOLD OUT at THE PIG-near Bath.

 

7. Camping

Camping is NOT permitted at any of the Smoked & Uncut Festivals. The festivals will run from 12.00pm-11pm. Festival attendees will not be allowed to stay on the site once the festival has ended. We will not be offering Glamping this year at THE PIG, however will be offering Glamping at the other festivals.

 

8. Festival Food & Drink Stalls

We will have a wide selection of festival food available throughout the events, all to be washed down with something from our numerous bars! Soft drinks and water will be available from our re-hydration station. Bring your own reusable water bottle to fill up or alternatively you can purchase one from our Belu Water Station for £5. We kindly ask that people do NOT bring their own food and drink for the day, all items must be purchased on site.

 

9. Pop Up Restaurant Feasting Experiences

As well as the festival food stalls, there will be an option for seated Feasting in our indoor and outdoor Feasting options. Tickets for seated Feasting are available here

Seated Feasting tickets MUST BE purchased IN ADDITION to a Festival Entrance ticket as an 'add on'. Festival go-ers will only be able to access the festival site with an Entrance Ticket.

Find out more about our seating Feasting options here

 

10. Kids

Children 0-4 Go Free but they will still need an Entrance Ticket to enter the festival site.  

Children 5-15 will need to purchase a Kid's Ticket  to enter the festival site.

Ages 16 - 17 will need a Youth Festival Entrance Ticket to enter the festival site.

Under 18s will not be permitted access to the festival without an adult (18+) accompanying them. Guests who look under the age of 25 will be ID'd upon entering the festival.

 

11. Dogs

We operate a No Dogs policy across the Smoked & Uncut festivals.

 

12. Seating and the Weather

Straw bales will be placed around the area but these will be limited. Please feel free to bring rugs, blankets, pop up chairs etc to make yourselves comfortable. If it is looking like a wet day, there will be some very limited cover available under tents and we will have plastic ponchos available for you to use… but you might want to bring some wet weather gear and an umbrella just in case!