North Wales Blues and Soul Festival runs from Friday 4th August to Sunday 6th August 2017 on Kendrick's Field in the centre of Mold, Flintshire, North Wales!
Once you have exchanged your e-ticket for a wristband at the Festival entrance, you can re-enter for as long as your ticket is valid. Damaged, tampered or un-attached wristbands will not be accepted.
Please observe the rules of the festival...
Any complaint should be reported to the Festival Office.
Just outside the Festival Site there is a play area, playing field and skate park. On site there is an area with some limited entertainment for children during afternoons, however there are a few precautions you may wish to take to ensure that it is an enjoyable experience for everybody.
It is not recommended that young children get too close to the sound systems for the main stage and would recommend using ear protection on children for their own comfort if it is felt necessary.
Please respect the enjoyment of other festival goers in controlling accompanying children. If children are deemed to be an unacceptable nuisance to other festival goers they may be asked to leave.
The music on each evening will go on until 9:30pm. You should use your judgement and knowledge of your children to determine whether they will find this enjoyable or too late for them.
For hygiene and safety reasons only registered assistance dogs will be allowed in any part of the Festival Site, including the campsite. Dogs cannot be left in vehicles or caravans at any time. Visitors attempting to bring a dog (other than a guide dog) on to the campsite or Festival site will be turned away.
When booking your tickets online, you should have received a confirmation email. This email will show details of your order including the most important entry code! Please check it hasn't gone into your junk mail folder. If you haven’t received a confirmation email, have lost/ deleted it, or you’re not sure whether or not your booking went through, please try this page.
We don’t send out any physical tickets - your confirmation email is sufficient to get you into the festival. Either bring a printout of the email with you or show it to the gate staff on your phone or tablet.
Please note we do not offer any refunds or exchanges on tickets unless the event is cancelled.
Advanced tickets are cheaper than paying on the gate. In addition to buying here online, they will also available from local outlets.
Please note weekend tickets are only available here online and from Mold Town Hall. Advance ticket sales will close at 10pm on Thursday 3rd August.
Saturday or Sunday Adult day tickets will be £30. Child tickets £15. Friday tickets will be £10, or £7 for children. Family tickets are also available.
Child tickets are for ages between 5 and under 16. Under 5s go free. Adult tickets are required for anyone aged 16 or over. All children must be accompanied by an adult over 18 years. Adults remain responsible for proper behaviour of children. A Family Ticket is 2 adults and up to 3 children between 5 and under 16 years. No other concessions.
If you need medical assistance whilst on the festival site, St John Ambulance are operating the First Aid Point which is located on the opposite side of the field to the main public entrance. In an emergency you should contact a security officer or steward who can contact first aid by radio.
There are no cash points in the Festival Site. Cash points are available at the High Street banks, the Post Office and at the Co-op Supermarket near to the main visitor parking.
Smoking is not allowed in any of the marquees or structures. Visitors who wish to smoke are asked to respect others by restraining from smoking in busy areas, around children or around food. Please respect the site and dispose of cigarette butts in the receptacles provided.
Any enquiries about lost property should be made at the Festival office
Yes, you will be allowed to bring both picnics and chairs with you, but please respect others when setting up your chairs and picnic area! Please also see the Festival policy above regarding alcohol and BBQs. Gazebos, parasols or any other item that may obstruct views for other festival goers are not allowed.
There will be a quantity of chairs available to hire at the Festival to save you carrying a chair across town!
Please contact us for details of the disabled blue-badge parking and access information.
If you are disabled you are entitled to one free carer ticket, which requires proof that you are in receipt of the middle or higher rate care component of the DLA. Once you have purchased your own ticket, please contact us for your carer’s ticket. After which, a free carer’s ticket will have been added to your order reference. Your free carer’s ticket will be exactly the same type you have ordered for yourself, be it weekend or a day ticket.
Festival goers are asked to use Mold town centre car parks the charges of which are very reasonable and free on Sundays and after 5pm all other days. Locations are shown on the map. The suggested car parks are:
Please see the festival map for location of the car parks.
Main access to the Festival is on foot from Ruthin Road (CH7 1QQ). The route will be signposted from the above car parks to the Festival entrance.
Limited disabled parking is available on site via Maes Bodlonfa (CH7 1DR)
Please respect our neighbours and do not park so as to obstruct surrounding residential properties.
There are no specific cycle-parking facilities at the Festival Site, although there will be temporary fencing to which you may secure your bike. We are unable however to take responsibility for cycles secured in this way. There are more permanent cycle locking points at the car parks identified above. Cycles will not be allowed in the main performance / audience areas of the Festival.
YES! Our Festival Camping this year will be on our new venue at Mold Sports and Leisure Centre (postcode CH7 1HT) which is a short walk from the festival site. There is dedicated hard-standing for motor-homes and caravans and a large grassy area for tents. The whole camp-site will be fully secured with fencing and gate with combination lock for campers and the CCTV will be monitored during the day, while a member of the Blues and Soul Team will be on-site overnight. Leisure Centre toilets and showers are available to campers during opening hours and portable toilets will be there for overnight use. The drinking water tap and drainage facility are adjacent. Book your camping now with your festival tickets, to secure a pitch, and enjoy a weekend of fantastic performances by acclaimed blues and soul musicians, real ale, good food and good company.
The campsite is open from 9am on Friday morning until 11am on Monday morning. Booking is per person per night, available available online.
As an alternative to the festival campsite the following sites are available nearby which have the full range of camping facilities including electric hook-up:
Allt Gymbyd Caravan Park (8 miles) Llanarmon-Yn-Lal, Near Mold CH7 4QU Tel 01824 780958 www.alltgymbydcaravanpark.co.uk
Fron Farm Caravan Park (4.5 miles) Rhes y Cae Road, Hendre, Mold. CH7 5QW Tel 01352 741482 www.fronfarmcaravanpark.co.uk