All tickets are available through our website tickets section


The tiered pricing is purely a pricing incentive to get your tickets early. All ticket holders will get the same access on the days which they are purchased for.

There is standard camping available on site. There is a limited number of VIP camping passes which includes nicer toilets, power points etc

Yes we all know that bringing all the camping gear isn’t for everyone. We have a range of glamping providers linking to our site from the 5th of December, so if you want an easier more luxurious experience, check out what the options are on the glamping page (coming soon).

The festivals like Forever Young Festival in the UK are mainly attended by adults, and are not really attractive to teenagers. We therefore offer child tickets for 5 to 12 year olds attending with adults at a cost of €50. There will be fair rides, but the festival is largely centred around the main stage music acts.

Friday is an evening welcome party for the weekenders. There will be 2 or 3 acts performing for the Friday night welcome party from 7.

No we encourage you to bring picnic blankets and camping chairs to set up your own group area on the day. There will be an area in front of the stage that is a standing area only for those wanting to be up close to the acts.

Alcohol will be allowed on the campsite but NO GLASS. Spot checks will be made. The fields are used for horses and foals so NO GLASS can be tolerated. Alcohol can not be taken into the arena but a good selection  of food and drink will be available on sale.

No gas or BBQ’s are allowed, as this is a condition for the fire safety position for the licence.

There will be shuttle buses every 30 mins to and from Sallins and Hazelhatch &Celbridge stations for €7 one way €12 return. Times will be posted nearer the event.  We will be posting details of coaches from CORK, GALWAY, LIMERICK and Nth and Sth DUBLIN closer to the event, details will be added to the site. If you would be interested in a coach please email [email protected] with your nearest city as the subject from the 7th December.

The founder of the festival, Dr Sharon Alston MRCVS, is a vet who is in the course of setting up a new organisation, which will apply for registered charity status, and has an extensive agenda aimed at enabling improved animal welfare across Ireland. The charity is in the lengthy process of being set up. In the unlikely event that the charity is not in a position to launch in 2019 after the festival has funds raised, all profits raised will be donated to other animal welfare groups. If you would like to get involved in the charity, please email us at [email protected]