WHERE TO STAY

GENERAL CAMPING

Most Texfest goers camp on-site over the weekend. You can pitch you’re tent anywhere you like within the designated camping zones.  Simply find your spot, pitch your tent, and go party.

WHAT SIZE TENT CAN I BRING?

You can bring whatever size tent you like, but we advise you to arrive to the festival early if you are bringing a particularly large tent to ensure you can find a spot big enough to pitch it. We also ask that if you are bringing a very large tent to please ensure there are a decent amount of people staying in it, to ensure there is enough room for everyone’s tents.

Please note that gazebos are not allowed on site as they use up a needlessly large amount of camping space.

CAN I RENT A TENT?

Yes, this is available via Pop up Hotel. These will be located in a separate campsite to General Camping. Texfest’s glamping village offers accommodation for those who want a little more glam in their festival experience. Soggy tents, stinky loos, and limited showers, for some, is what festival life is about, but we understand its not for everyone. Please find more information at our GLAMPING page

FAMILY CAMPING

Family camping is available at in the family camping zone but if you want to be with everyone else this is you choice. Families do not need a special ticket for family camping. We advise you to try to arrive early to avoid disappointment, as family camping can fill up quickly.

DISABLED CAMPING

Disabled camping is available for those registered disabled and who have applied for Disabled Access. For full information on disabled facilities available at the festival please call or email the box office.

CAMPING TIPS

Camping stewards will be present in every campsite. Check out where the nearest one to you is when you arrive. These stewards are here to help, and can direct and advise you with whatever you need. They are also the first person you should contact in a medical or security emergency.

Try to make friends with your campsite neighbours for more security. Look out for each other and each other’s belongings and if someone is feeling unwell, get help. If you’re worried about something valuable being stolen then don’t leave it in your tent. There are 24-hour lockers where you can leave essential valuables or, better yet, leave them at home. Be careful with your money. If leaving it in your tent, don’t leave it all in one place. Please be considerate of your campsite. Take your belongings and your rubbish home with you.