Address: Carreglwyd, Llanfaethlu, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 4NY
Head for Bangor and exit east on the A55 towards Anglesey. Take the A55 all the way to Valley where you will start to see signs to the festival. Take junction 3 off the A55 towards Valley, take a right at the roundabout (4th exit). Continue to the cross roads and take another right onto the A5025, follow this for approximately 8 miles until you reach the village of Llanfaethlu. At the approach to the village bear left at the ‘Y’ junction and you will begin to see the gates to the festival on your right.
The nearest train station is Holyhead and it takes approximately 3.5 hours from London (Direct from Euston), 2 from Manchester. We will have shuttles running on Thursday 11th June from Holyhead the festival and returning on Monday 15th June. Further booking info on this will be available on this shortly.
There will be numerous taxis available at Holyhead train station, there will be a queuing rank in place where you can wait for a taxi, it is unlikely that drivers will be taking bookings. Taxi rates to and from site are £25 each way. You will dropped at the main ticket gate and there will be an onsite taxi rank for departure.
Gottwood does not condone the use or possession of illegal substances. There will be police, and police dog presence on the ticket gate and all individuals including staff, crew and artists will be searched on entry, refusal to a search will result in ejection from the site – all individuals found in possessions of illegal substances will be evicted from the festival and handed over to the police.
All ticket queries are handled by Resident Advisor – please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any queries.
Weekend tickets include camping and access to the festival site from Thursday 11th June 2020. Please note that car parking is not included in the ticket price and all cars will be required to purchase a car parking pass in advance of arriving.
Please note there will be a soft ticket check at the entrance to the car park. Upon arrival to the festival, ensure you have your tickets ready for inspection.
Gottwood is an 18+ event. There will be strictly no entry to those who are under the age of 18. Unfortunately we will not be able to offer refunds to those refused entry on the day.
The main ticket gates will be open from 1pm on Thursday 9h June and music will commence from approximately 4pm.
Music on Friday and Saturday will start at 9am and finish at 4am. Music on the Sunday will start at 9am and end at approximately 3am with the campsite staying open that night.
The campsite will close on Monday 12th June and everyone will need to be off site by no later than 1pm.
The box office is open as follows:
Gottwood is an 18+ event. We operate a challenge 25 policy and all those lucky enough to appear under the age of 25 will be asked to provide evidence of their age by a valid photographic ID (UK Driving License, PASS 18+ Card or Passport).
There will be strictly no entry to those who are under the age of 18. Unfortunately we will not be able to offer refunds to those refused entry on the day.
Access to the public campsite is included in the ticket price. The campsite will be open from 1pm on Thursday 11th June and shut at 1pm on Monday 15th June.
Unfortunately, due to site restrictions, we will not be able to accommodate camper vans/live-in vehicles at Gottwood this year. There will be no vehicles permitted past the main gate.
There will be numerous bars on site serving cold and quality drinks at a reasonable price.
You will be allowed to bring your own alcohol into the campsites however, personal alcohol will not be permitted in the main site.
The personal alcohol allowance is restricted to either 8 beers/ciders or 2 bottles of wine (decanted into a plastic container), no personal spirits will be allowed on site. All excess, or non-compliant alcohol will be confiscated at the ticket gate.
We will bring you a wide selection of the finest food from around the world, as well as locally sourced specialities.
There will be numerous food outlets situated around the site. You will be allowed to bring you own food onto site however, please note that no personal fires, stoves or cooking devices will be allowed onto site due to health and safety restrictions.
- Glass – no glass is allowed anywhere onsite for safety reasons
- Illegal substances
- Nitrous Oxide AND/OR Whippers
- Portable Laser Equipment and Pens
- Unauthorised Professional Film or Video Equipment
- Audio Recorders
- Air Horns
- Spray Cans
- Marker Pens
- Chinese or Sky Lanterns
- Any item which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon
- Animals (other than registered guide or hearing dogs)
- Sound systems
- Unofficial tabards or reflective jackets
- Unauthorised items for trading, including any goods using unauthorised event logos
- Excessive amounts of food and cigarettes may be refused entry to the site
Volunteer applications are now open, for more information and how to apply to join our site crew, art & decor team, production and stewarding teams please head here.
Green Box Events are also recruiting volunteers for site maintenance, please email email@example.com.