All You Need To Know

Festival Tickets

What selling platforms will you be using? Where Can I buy legitimate tickets?

Noisily sell tickets through Eventbrite, Skiddle, Festicket & Ticket Sellers.


Can you do a name change? How do we do this?

You do not need to change the name on a ticket, but please do bring a evidence or the forwarded ticket from the original purchases  or a copy of the transaction receipt from systems such as Ticket Swap to show on the gate.  

I have access needs and want to know more about what Noisily Offers in response to making the site accessible to me?

Please visit the Access & Assistance Info & FAQ Here


Do you offer a Personal Assistant ticket?

Yes we do, please read our Accessibility FAQs for more info Here


What is your Age Policy?

Noisily Festival is a strictly over 18 event, no children will be admitted. All attendees will be ID’d on entry so please don’t forget it, and anyone under 18 will be refused entry.


What are the Opening Times?

The festival site will be open for you to pitch your tent from 12pm on Thursday 5th July with Music in the MBS area starting at 4pm. The Main Arena music will kick off at Midday Friday 6th July. The arena will be open from 11am on Friday and music will go on until 4am Friday and Saturday nights and until 11pm on Sunday. If you are arriving on Friday, Saturday or Sunday the gates will open at 10am.

Gates close on the Thursday and Friday night at 11pm Sharp!




Where is the Festival?

Leicestershire, Ticket buyers will receive the address in the Info Pack sent via email.


If I’m travelling by train, what station should I book my train to?

The easiest and greenest way to reach us is to hop on the train to Market Harborough, which only takes one hour to reach from London Kings Cross. If you are planning on using this train in rush hour we’d strongly advise booking in advance as these fares can shoot up. From there, it is a short 15-minute cab journey to the festival site.


How do I get from the Train Station to the Festival?

Murphy’s Taxis

From Market Harborough to the festival site we work with local firm Murphy’s Taxis, prices are as follows:

Car (4 passenger seats)  – £25.00 unless booked after 11pm when the price rises to £30.00

Minibus (8 passenger seats) – £35.00 unless booked after 11pm when the price rises to £40.00

Tel: 01858 410210 or 01455 559000


Do you have any car sharing schemes?

Yes, If you are coming by car, then please use our friends over at Go Car Share, Go Car Share, who can help you fill your car or find a space for you if you are a passenger without wheels. This way you can make some new friends, save money on petrol and reduce your negative environmental impact all in one.



 Is there a car park and if so how much is it and how do I buy a ticket?

Yes, there is a car park and we ask that you car share. As in 2016 and 2017, cars with 2 or fewer people inside will be subject to a compulsory £10 carbon tax. This will go towards our in house tree planting scheme, wherein we invest in saplings and plant them throughout the historic parkland, knowing that in future years they will absorb and offset carbon released into the atmosphere by both the festival itself, and those driving to reach it. (If you only have a two-seater van we do not expect you to pay).




Is Camping included in the Ticket Price?

 Yes a standard pitch for you to bring your own tent is included in the ticket price.


Can I use my ‘Live In vehicle’?

Campervans, converted vans and caravans are welcome, however please note they will attract a fee of £65 Tickets are available here:


What facilities do the camper van fields have this year?

Toilets, water points, and free use of the showers in public camping


Do you have Accessible Camping?

Yes we do, please sure you have told the team about any needs you have at least 4 weeks prior to the event. If you are booking your ticket after this time period, please make sure you speak to the team first to make sure we can accommodate any particular needs you have.

For Accessibility Access FAQ’s and Application please Click Here


Do you have Boutique Camping?

Yes we do, provided by two suppliers Portobello Tents and Green Yurts, for more information please our Boutique Camping Page Here.


What’s On Site & What Can I Bring?

 Are Cash Points available on-site?

We will have mobile ATM’s on site; so don’t forget to bring your cards along with you.


What food do you sell?

We love food at Noisily, and we are working to get you some of the most delicious festival sustenance out there. Nobody likes the dry piece of meat between two pieces of stale bread that some festivals seem to think is acceptable, so we are searching far and wide for the most delicious and dance fuelling food around, and we promise that you won’t be disappointed when it comes to your breakfast, elevenses, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner time or midnight feast.


I have allergies; will I be able to get special food? 

With a huge variety of food on site including Vegan, Vegetarian and meat vendors our caterers will be able to help attend to your needs and more specific dietary requirements.


What drinks are on Site & how much are they?

There will be lots of delicious cold drinks on the site to refresh you after a good hard dance amongst the trees. We have tried to keep the price down as much as possible as we are the first to get annoyed by high drinks prices. In order to do this though we need to limit the amount of alcohol that you bring in with you to the site. Bar sales form an essential part of being able to put on the party and without them we’ll struggle to put it on again next year!

Prices are from £4 upwards


What is the alcohol Policy? What can I bring on site?

This year we are limiting each person to 6 cans and 1 Box of Wine, no spirits. This will be for consumption in the campsite and no alcohol will be allowed into the main arena. No glass will be allowed onto site and bags will be searched on entry and excess alcohol and glassware will be confiscated.


Do Not Bring 

  • Illegal drugs: There will be a zero tolerance policy on the use of or dealing of illegal drugs. Anyone found to be dealing will be handed over to the police.
  • Nitrous oxide: Inhaling No2 is not only illegal, but those little silver canisters get trod into the ground, never to be recovered, and when we do manage to pick them up, they can’t even be recycled. Please don’t bring it, we’ll hear that unmistakable jingle as you get to the gate anyway…
  • Barbecues – they scorch the ground and can cause fires very easily. If you want to cook your own food on site you can bring gas BBQ’s, we will provide a safe area where you can use them with sand on hand.
  • Glass
  • Animals
  • Weapons
  • Fireworks


Do Bring

  • Your stomping shoes
  • A tent
  • A sleeping bag
  • Enough money and a back up card
  • Wellies
  • Warm clothes
  • A waterproof
  • Sun glasses
  • Torch
  • Batteries


Other FAQ’s

Will there be recycling on site?

Yes! We take the environment very seriously. We sort and recycle all our waste on site and we diverted 99.6% from landfill in 2017 and we were given an award for it!

We will have separate bins for your food waste and compostable service ware and we have behind the scenes skips where ALL our waste such as glass from the bars and metal is sorted.


Will there be ‘up-market’ showers this year, in addition to the campsite showers?

Yes, run by Posh Wash. They will be about £3- £4 . They will be fully serviced and therefore cleaned regularly. We will be asking you only use environmentally friendly products, so no harmful chemicals!!


Water access?

There are water points all across the sites which will be marked on the public map.


Are the steps going to be as bad this year?

The steps are going to be just as awesome and just great for your fitness levels as before.


Festival Contact

General enquiries –

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