Orrell Hill Wood,
Orrell Hill Lane,
28-30 July 2023.
You must be at least 18 years of age in order to attend One In The Woods Festival.
One In The Woods begins at 12:00 PM on Friday 28th July. You will be able to arrive on Thursday 27th July from 14:00 PM onwards if you have a Weekend Camping ticket, Camper Van Pass or Camping Pass purchased separately.
If you arrive on Thursday 27th July you will only be allowed access to the Campsite, Camper Van site & Boutique Camping site (only if you have purchased Boutique Camping). The festival site will not be open.
One In The Woods Festival is strictly for people 18 and over and we will be operating a challenge 25 policy. Don’t be offended, but if you look under 25 you will be asked to show your ID.
You will need a valid form of photo ID such as a passport, driving licence or proof of age card with the ‘PASS’ logo.
One In The Woods Festival Operates a strict zero-tolerance drugs policy. Thorough searches will be carried out prior to entry and we reserve the right to refuse admission. No refunds will be given if admission is refused.
No alcohol is permitted within the festival site but people with Weekend Camping tickets, Camper Van Passes, Boutique Camping Passes or Camping Passes purchased separately will be permitted reasonable amounts of alcohol within the Campsite areas for personal consumption.
Yes, they are. However, the festival site (where all the stages are) is separated from the campsites.
In order to camp at the festival you must have either a Weekend Camping ticket or a Weekend Non-Camping ticket AND a Camping Pass.
Stand-alone camping passes are available to Weekend Non-Camping ticket holders who change their minds and decide they want to camp. If that’s you, you must purchase your Camping Pass BEFORE the festival. Camping Passes will not be available to purchase on the day.
Subject to availability, a limited number of 1-day and 2-day tickets may become available. In the event that happens, 1-day or 2-day ticket holders will not be able to camp at the festival.
Tickets are non-refundable.
We offer one companion ticket per person. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ticket holders with Weekend Camping tickets, Camper Van Passes, Boutique Camping Passes or Camping Passes purchased separately cam arrive at the campsites on Thursday 27th July from 14:00 PM - 22:00 PM or on Friday 28th July from 07:30 PM - 16:00 PM.
The campsites will remain open until Monday 31st July at 13:00 PM. All attendees must vacate the campsites before that time.
Yes, 6-person tents are the maximum size permitted and must sleep no more than 6 people. These tents should not exceed the dimensions of 320cm x 320cm.
Yes, you can. As long as you have a Weekend Camping ticket, Camper Van Pass, Boutique Camping Pass or Camping Pass purchased separately.
But remember, One In The Woods Festival takes place in a woodland- a rucksack or holdall will be more practical!
Showers will be accessible to the main Campsite, the Camper Van site and the Boutique Campsite.
No. Portable speakers are not permitted within any of the Campsites. Portable speakers will be treated as prohibited and confiscated if found. All confiscated items will be discarded. Do not bring a portable speaker with you.
Prohibited Items List
• Glass (of any kind)
• Any item which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon (including penknives). Small hammers and mallets for inserting tent pegs are allowed.
• Personal portable toilets
• Gazebos or Marquees (Camper Van awnings are allowed)
• Camping gas canisters above 5kg
• Generators of any kind
• Bean bags
• Paint spray cans
• Laser equipment or pens
• Smoke canisters
• Chinese lanterns
• Klaxons/air-horns/megaphones (or other similar items capable of making loud noise)
• Personal motorised vehicles (unless a mobility scooter)
• Any animals (with the exception of assistance dogs, are not permitted at any time)
• Portable speakers
• Large sound systems
• Excessive amounts of alcohol
• High visibility bibs and jackets
• Poles, banners and flags(small static flag poles in the campsites are allowed)
• Illegal substances:
- We operate a zero-tolerance on drugs/legal highs
- Laughing gas is illegal and will not be tolerated
Any items that may be used in an illegal or offensive manner will be confiscated.
No responsibility is given for the return of confiscated items. If you are in possession of illegal substances you may be arrested.
Under no circumstances are fires permitted within any of the Campsites at any time. For safety reasons, smoking is also not permitted inside your tent.
Anybody that attempts to build a fire or set fire to their tent will be immediately ejected from the festival by security.
One In The Woods Festival is located at:
Orrell Hill Wood
Orrell Hill Lane (B5193)
By Car, the best way to get to Orrell Hill Lane (B5193) is from the A565.
Keep in mind that both of those roads have the national speed limit applied and accommodate considerable amounts of high-speed traffic so we do not advise walking down those roads under any circumstances. If travelling by car it’s best for your own safety that you get dropped off directly at the festival site where there will be drop-off and collection areas.
If you are travelling to high town by Bus or Train we strongly recommend getting a taxi from Hightown directly to the festival site for the same reasons outlined above. The roads from Hightown to Orrell Hill Woods are not paved and represent a serious danger to people, especially those carrying considerable amounts of luggage.
Yes, you can. The nearby Hightown train station is well-serviced and only a 5-minute taxi-ride from the festival site.
Yes, there is parking available at One In The Woods Festival. Parking passes are available to purchase from £10 per day or £20 for the full weekend.
Parking passes are only relevant to the dates 28-30th July. People with any kind of camping ticket will not be charged extra for arriving on Thursday 27th July and leaving on Monday 31st July.
People who require accessibility are welcome at One In The Woods Festival and we will have several disabled access facilities at the site. Please contact email@example.com for further information.
When booking your ticket, please be aware that the festival is set entirely within a woodland and there are considerable areas of uneven terrain that may cause some wheelchair users to experience some difficulty in crossing so please keep this in mind when booking your ticket.