FAQ  



Can I get a coach from Bristol to the festival?
Yes you can get a return coach ticket to and from the festival. Please register your interest via the link below and we will send final details of how to purchase coach tickets and departure details in due course. Approximate coach times are as follows: 1pm leaving Bristol on the 12th June, leaving En Masse site 11am 14th June.

Coach Link

I do not have a tent, can I still come?
Yes, we have furnished bell tents for hire. Register your interest through the link below.

Tent Link

Can I bring my own alcohol?
Yes, you can. No glass must be brought on site though. Please respect the sustainable nature of the site and recycle your waste.

What facilities are available on the campsite?
The campsite has purpose built showers/toilets available for you to use. There will also be covered dance floors, so our dancing is not weather dependent.

Where is the festival?
Now that would be telling! The exact location will be revealed after tickets are purchased, but we can assure you it is close to Abergavenny, in the foothills of the Black Mountains, about one hour from Bristol by road.

Why are there two ticket tiers for male and female or non-binary?
Ensuring a diverse dance-floor and musical lineup is of paramount importance to us at En Masse. We hope you agree that the most passionate dance floors are those where we can all feel safe and free to express ourselves fully. One way to help nurture this is to ensure you all feel fairly equally represented at the festival. For this reason, we will be keeping the gender split of En Masse as equal as possible.

What time does the festival run until?
Music will start Friday afternoon until early Sunday morning, so book the Friday off work such that you can pitch and relax ahead of our maiden musical voyage. There will be no music on Sunday afternoon/evening, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and say your goodbyes before departure.

Can I bring my dog?
No pets can be brought on site whatsoever. The permaculture farm is a working farm and pets can be disruptive to this.

Will there be food?
Yes! There will be a variety of delicious food and drink options from some carefully selected vendors who we are really excited to be working with. More details of these will be following in the newsletters.

What is permaculture?
Come to En Masse find out for yourselves! At it’s heart, permaculture is about developing sustainable ways of farming that can benefit the environment, the community and the economy.

Through pioneering research, it aims to assist in the fight against climate change and affect government policy on agriculture on a wider scale. You can tour the site during your stay at En Masse and learn more about this fascinating and essential area of research. We are proud to be working with such an environmentally minded organisation.




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