Bredy Farm Events Terms & Conditions


To ensure the security and safety of all guests, the Organisers reserve the right to refuse admission or evict from site.

Upon booking your ticket(s) either directly or through our partner ticket agent, Skiddle, you are agreeing to these Terms and Conditions. You will be emailed a Booking Confirmation and respective E-tickets.

Children Tickets

Child ticket holders can only enter the festival with the parent/guardian who purchased their tickets, who is then responsible for them throughout the event. Each parent/guardian may accompany 3 children.

Any unaccompanied child who is not able to locate or contact their adult will be treated as a found child and accompanied to the lost child point.

Carer Tickets

Carer tickets must be agreed in advance on receipt of relevant proof of eligibility, the Carer will receive an e-ticket in their name and must provide valid ID on entry.

Forms of eligibility accepted:
– Entitlement to Disability Living Allowance for children under 16 or DLA/Personal Independent Payments (PIP) for those aged 16-64, either in the form of a letter stating that the benefit has been awarded, or the actual Allowance book.
– Attendance Allowance or Carer’s Allowance letter of award
– Incapacity Benefit books, or a letter notifying the recipient that the benefit has been awarded Incapacity Benefit or Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
– A valid Blue Badge
– In the case of visual impairment, a registration card known as the BD8 or a Certificate of Visual Impairment (CVI)
– A local authority registration document which is local to the attraction where it is being submitted
– A recognised Assistance Dog ID Card
– Credibility’s Access Card

Carers must be over 18 to accompany an adult ticket holder OR children or teens acting as carers must also be accompanied by a responsible adult other than the adult they are directly caring for.

One Adult ticket must be purchased before a Carer ticket can be added to the order.



Gates open: 10am Friday – gate closes at 11pm (except June event which opens on the Thursday)
Venue closes: Midday Monday
Bar opening times: 11am-2am
Food & Coffee traders open from 8:30am
Music starts: 4pm on Friday and MIDDAY on Saturday and Sunday (except June event which starts on the Thursday)

We accept no responsibility or liability for any inconvenience caused by the unauthorised duplication of a ticket.

Admission is at the ticket holder’s own risk. The Organisers will not be held liable for any loss, injuries or damages sustained at the event including damage, theft or losses to property and motor vehicles, if the cause is due to the negligence of the ticket holder or the unforeseeable actions of other patrons or third parties.

The name on your ticket must match your ID. After initial purchase, the ticket holder name may be updated – you will need to contact us at if you wish to change this.

Anyone under the age of 18 must attend with an appointed adult over the age of 25.

If you wish to sell your ticket, you will need to notify us in advance. To avoid fraud/scams, please do not purchase any re-sale tickets without coming to us first.



All tickets are non-refundable except if the festival is cancelled. We shall only be required to refund the face value of the ticket where the festival is cancelled or postponed before it is started, or as required by applicable law. In the event of postponement of the festival before it has started, and where it is rescheduled to another date, you may either use the existing ticket for the rescheduled date or apply for a refund. Refunds under these circumstances must be applied for within 3 months of the date of cancellation/postponement. Any refund requests must be made by the original purchaser of the ticket.

If you are unable to attend the event due to local COVID-19 restrictions or COVID-19 legislation, refunds will be issued on a case by case basis. You may be required to show proof.

Unless otherwise agreed at our sole discretion, a ticket will not be exchanged or refunded if:

  • After the event has started, it is stopped for any reason and is not completed
  • The ticket has been used for entry into the event.


Glamping for 2024 events will be available from our third-party supplier, New Forest Bell Tents. To book your glamping tent for 2024, please follow these link to book with New Forest Bell Tents directly:

BeCider Seaside 18 – 

Bredy ReUnion 2024 –

BeCider Seaside 19 –

All bookings are subject to New Forest Bell Tents Terms and Conditions which can be found here – 

For any questions or queries regarding the hiring of glamping tents or booking terms and conditions, please contact New Forest Bell Tents directly.

PLEASE NOTE: Glamping must be booked via the supplier directly. Glamping does NOT include weekend entry. Weekend tickets must also be purchased.


Bredy Farm runs a search operation at the gates, and you should expect to be searched on entry. This may include clothing/bag/vehicle searches at the gates, onsite or when leaving.

You are not allowed to bring your food or drink into the main arena from the campsite or backstage. There are water refill stations in the main arena, any re-usable bottles will need to be empty at the point of entry to the main arena.

There is a limit to the amount of alcohol you can bring on site.

For our 2023 events, you may bring up to:

  • 12 x 440ml cans of lager/cider/beer OR
  • 16 x 250ml cans of premixed spirit drinks OR
  • 3-litre box of wine OR
  • 5 litres of cider/lager/beer in plastic bottles or cans
  • Plastic or glass bottles of spirits are not allowed

Strictly NO GLASS is allowed on site for safety reasons, and because we are a working farm. No opened bottles can be brought on to site – you can bring sealed plastic bottles of water or soft drinks. Any opened bottles will be confiscated on entry to the festival.

Additional prohibited items include: sound systems, BBQs, open flame fires, generators, chemical toilets (except where fixed within live in vehicles). Bredy Farm reserves the right to confiscate any potentially harmful items or substances at our discretion.

Bredy Farm has a No Drugs Policy regarding the possession, use or sale of illegal drugs.

In order for the security staff at the gates to determine whether a bottle of oil is CBD, and therefore legal, we require for the bottle to be sealed (and never to have been previously opened), and a commercially labelled product that clearly displays the CBD and THC content information. If the product has been previously opened, fails to display the content information, or is suspected by the search staff of being any substance other than CBD, security staff may treat it as a contraband item, and confiscate it.

No sound systems/speakers are to be used on site. Anyone found operating such systems may be evicted.

Any person found in possession of prohibited items may be refused entry or evicted, and will have the item confiscated, and not returned.



Challenge 25 operates on all gates as well as all bars. If you are fortunate enough to look under the age of 25, you will be required to provide ID that proves your age. If you cannot provide ID that is valid and in date, you may be refused entry into the festival site.

Accepted ID includes: photographic driving license or a passport. Photocopies will not be accepted.



The artist and performer line-up and all billed attractions are subject to change at any time.

Bredy Farm accepts no responsibility for goods or services purchased from third party traders.

If you are caught urinating or defecating in places other than a toilet, you run the risk of immediate ejection from the festival site.

Please use bins and recycling points provided.

Anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and anyone found acting in such a way will be immediately ejected without refund.

Warning: exposure to loud and excessive music may be damaging to your hearing.

Pyrotechnics, lasers, smoke machines, strobe lighting and special effects may take place during some performances.



We are a dog friendly site – there is no additional charge to bring your dog. Anyone bringing a dog must take full responsibility over their dog’s actions. We accept no responsibility for harm done by or to any dog on site – this responsibility lies with the owner. All dogs should be kept on a lead at all times, especially when in the main arena. Owners must be sure to clear up after their dog.



Only one small two-person tent or awning may be erected in the Live-in vehicle section, provided there is sufficient space between the awning and the neighbouring pitch. If you are asked to remove your awnings by a member of staff or steward you will be required to cooperate.

Stewards will park you in position, please follow their direction and keep fire lanes clear.

There are no electrical hook-ups and generators are not permitted on site.



Compost toilets are provided, checked and cleaned throughout the duration of the weekend.

We do not have any chemical waste emptying facilities on site. This must be taken with you when you leave the site. DO NOT empty chemical waste into the compost toilets! It is illegal to pour this waste onto the ground and anyone found doing this will be evicted from site and face a fine from the Environment Agency.

We do not have any shower facilities on site. There are a limited number of showers (2) in the main farmyard, but we request that should you wish to use these, you do so at an unusual showering hour to reduce the load! They are coin operated – £1 for 5 minutes.



Car parking is free. There is a drop-off point at the top of the hill, we ask that you please unload your items swiftly before moving your vehicle to the car park, so as to avoid congestion.

Vehicles are parked entirely at owner’s risk. Bredy Farm will not be held liable for any loss or damage.

All vehicles must vacate the site by midday on the Monday immediately after the event weekend.



Please report all lost items to the bar as soon as you can and check here before leaving site to be reunited with your property if found during the event. All found property should declared and handed in at the bar.

If you think you may have lost something at one of our events, please contact us via as soon as possible.


By entering the site you agree to grant Bredy Farm permission to use your image in any publicity, marketing or promotional materials.

Filming and Photography is allowed for personal use, we simply ask that you do it respectfully and observe data protection law. Photography and filming for commercial purposes can only be undertaken with the prior written approval from Bredy Farm and you must not sell any photography or moving images from Bredy Farm for commercial or other gain without prior consent.

Anyone using cameras or filming equipment (including all mobile devices) are expected to be courteous to fellow festival attendees and ask permission before taking any close-up shots.

Bredy Farm reserves the right to add to or amend these Terms. Amendments will take effect when posted on If you purchase a ticket after any amendment to these Terms, you agree to be bound by the updated version of these Terms.

If you have any queries on any of the above terms and conditions feel free to contact us directly via