The Location

This year’s Festival is again located at Weobley Castle Farm, Llanrhidian, Gower, SA3 1HB, which is a fully working commercial farm run by the Pritchard family. The farm is famous for its Gower Salt Marsh Lamb and incorporates a medieval castle. It is a mile and a half from the village of Llanrhidian and will be signposted from the B4271/B4295 junction. Llanrhidian has an Esso filling station with a shop, post office and ATM. The village also has a pub and restaurant.

The Festival runs from Friday until Sunday, with the campsite opening at 2pm on Friday. Our friendly stewards and information desk staff are on hand to help you, and First Aid support is available if needed.

The venue

The main music and dance programme takes place in a large marquee. A smaller marquee is home to most of the workshops and the Come All Ye sessions.  Food and drinks are available in a large barn, with seating under shelter from the Welsh weather. The barn will also provide a venue for spontaneous music sessions and children’s entertainment.   If the weather is kind, there is plenty of outdoor seating where you can take in the view while enjoying a pint of Gower Brewery ale!


Our catering will again be provided by our partners The Rake & Riddle. The welcoming and friendly staff will be serving a selection of real ales from its very own award winning Gower Brewery including the famous Gower Gold, as well as a well stocked bar. There will be hot food and drinks available all day starting Friday evening. As well as favourites such as burgers, rolls and wraps, freshly cooked pizza will be on offer.  On Saturday and Sunday evenings there will be Festival Specials, such as Thai Green Vegetable Curry and Paella.

Please note that due to our licence, only alcohol purchased from our bar may be consumed on the festival site. This does not apply to the campsite.

Car Parking

Ample free car parking is available.


We have always welcomed dogs to our festival and do so again this year. However, as the festival site is located on a working farm we have to insist that all dogs are kept on a lead at all times to protect nearby farm animals.

Visitors with disabilities

We welcome visitors with disabilities, but please note this is a farm site with some rough ground and steep slopes. We encourage you to contact us in advance to discuss your requirements so we can ensure you have a safe and happy festival.