Bearded Theory Tickets

Catton Hall, Walton-on-Trent
Between Thursday 26th May and Sunday 29th May 2022
Maximum of 30 tickets
No age restriction


Age 12-15 child and toddler ticket holders must arrive with a parent or guardian age 21+. There is a maximum of three teens per parent or guardian aged 21+

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Festival Terms and Conditions
1. Tickets cannot be exchanged, refunded, or returned after purchase
2. The right of admission is reserved.
3. Management reserve the right to alter or, in the event of adverse weather conditions, to curtail or cancel the performance.
4. Lost tickets will not be replaced.
5. No pets are permitted on site unless used for a disability.
6. No glass is allowed on site.
7. Strictly no fireworks, flares, smoke bombs, open fires or disposable aluminium BBQs on site.
8. Management reserve the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists and to vary the programme if necessary.
9. You must cooperate with the challenge 25 alcohol purchasing policy.
10. Bearded Theory will not be responsible for any loss or damage to personal items.
11. No unauthorised sound systems or personal generators are permitted on site.
12. Gates open for Bearded Theory 2022 at 09:00 on each day of the festival, Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th May, for standard weekend ticket holders.
13. Public gates for Bearded Theory 2022 shut strictly for entry & re-entry at 21:00 on Thursday 26th, Friday 27th & Saturday 28th and 19:00 on Sunday 29th.
14. All vehicles are liable to be searched and must be parked in designated areas as directed by car park managing agent.
15. Vehicles parked on the public highway in the no waiting areas will be towed away and refused admittance to the festival.
16. No day tickets are available.
17. Anyone that is caught with a controlled substance or “legal highs” will be evicted from the site and reported to the Police immediately.
18. Ticket holders’ consent to inclusion in photographic, visual and audio promotion of the festival.
19. “Chinese lanterns” are not permitted.
20. Any unauthorised alcohol sales or unauthorised trading any kind is prohibited and will result in eviction.
21. All children and youth aged 16 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian aged 21+. There is a maximum of three teens per parent or guardian aged 21+
22. Aged 0-7, 8-11 and 12-16 weekend tickets are for young people within the specified age range as of 26/05/2022.
23. Cars are not permitted in the Live in Vehicle field at the festival unless they are towing a caravan.
24. Campervans & Caravans will be pre-allocated a 7 metre x 7 metre pitch if you have purchased the correct ticket.
25. If the weather is wet, ground conditions in some areas will be puddled or muddy. It is the ticketholders responsibility to be prepared for the ground conditions. Wear clothes/shoes appropriate for ground conditions. In the event of poor weather move around the site with caution.
26. Camping Chairs are only permitted in designated areas and will be removed if they are left abandoned.
27. The use of Drones is prohibited and will be confiscated.
28. The access area is only available to disabled patrons and their carer. Due to space limitations and in order to ensure that we can accommodate everyone who applies, we cannot allow non-disabled persons who are not the immediate carers to camp within the access camping area.
29. Toddler, children and teen ticket holders must camp with their families or guardians.
30. The festival and ticket holders will be compliant to Government statutory requirements relating to Covid-19

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DIRECTIONSCatton Hall is located centrally within the triangle of 3 East Midlands towns, Lichfield, Burton on Trent and Tamworth.
By CarFrom the North: Follow the M1 Southbound and exit onto the A38 at Junction 28, heading West for Burton / Birmingham. Keep travelling until you pick up the B-O-A directions, which will exit you at the Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival.
From the West or South (a): From the M5 (from the West) or the M40 (from London), take the M42 Northbound. Between Junctions 8 and 9 take the M6 toll road and exit at T4 onto the A38 Northbound. Follow the B-O-A road signs which will exit you at the Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival.
From the South (b): Take the M1 from London, and exit at Junction 24, following the A50 to Stoke. After a few miles you will exit onto the A38 to Burton. Follow the B-O-A road signs which will exit you at the Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival.
By Rail or National Express Bus then Shuttle ServiceMake your way to Birmingham New Street railway station. From Birmingham New Street station take the train to Lichfield City. This journey should take approximately 35 Minutes. Lichfield station is 7 miles from Catton Hall and is about 15-20 minutes drive. BLOODSTOCK will provide a mini-bus shuttle from Lichfield City and Burton on Trent railway stations to Catton Hall starting on Thursday and running right through to Monday - see website for shuttle bus times.
By AirCatton Hall is 20 miles from either Birmingham or Nottingham East Midlands Airport, 60 miles from Manchester Airport and 130 miles from Heathrow Airport.
Approximate Mileage to B.O.A from the following locations: London - 130 Manchester - 60 Bristol - 110 Birmingham - 20 Nottingham - 45 Birmingham Airport & British Rail - 20 East Midlands Airport - 20 Tamworth British Rail - 8


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