Reggae & Riddim

Our FAQs

No – unfortunately we do not have a designated camping site for our attendees at this year’s festival. Though next to our site is National Trust’s Caravan park!

No, for the consideration of your fellow attendees

Unfortunately not, the only animals allowed on site are accessibility assistance dogs.

We have some incredible variety of drinks at our Festival! No alcohol is permitted to be bought on-site.

Campfires are not permitted in the campsite, There is a large communal fire at our rasta village every evening.

They take both card & cash payment.

If you are dropping people off or being dropped off you must head to the Festy Bus stops, no drop offs will be permitted at the festival site.

MOTORBIKES There will be limited parking spaces for all vehicles so it will be first come first served. Also with the inclusion of mopeds or scooters; please be aware all the parking is on gravel – there is no hard standing.

BICYCLES You can store your bicycle free of charge in the Lockup? Designated space? Cycling to Reggae & Riddim Festival is one of the most eco-friendly ways of getting here & we have plenty of secure lock-ups for anybody arriving on their bikes! We will also have a special reward for you!

Free shuttle buses will run to the festival from our designated stops – all ticket holders will have free travel via bus. Look out for our route map!

Please allow up to 60mins for your journey.

Pick up on the route When leaving site, please be advised to leave approx. 1 hour to get from the festival site to the train station. We will be posting our timetable so keep your eyes open for it.

The closest station to the Reggae & Riddim Festival is NEWPORT RAILWAY STATION. And for coaches National Express & Megabus will be the available options.



All Cars require a Car Park ticket, tickets cost £ each in advance and £ on the gate, our Park and Ride service costs £5 (per vehicle) and £10 on the door, and the Festy Bus will be free for all our Newport Residents!

You can get to our festival by our festy bus, bicycle or connection coach and train to Newport City Centre – click here for more details. If you’re driving please follow the directions on car parking passes and follow road diversions rather than sat-nav directions.

There will be increased random searches this year, which take place upon entry to Reggae and Riddim Festival and if you are in possession of any illegal substance you will be refused entry and may be arrested.

Drugs, fireworks or other explosives, generators, tin foil barbecues, weapons are not permitted.

Everyone packs up and leaves Sunday 31st at 10PM after the closing ceremony.

Gates open for 12pm on both days, Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st July. Please do not arrive before these times. We will also have opening ceremonies on each day so be sure to arrive in good time!

We’re dwelling within the gorgeous lands of Tredegar House, Newport, Wales.