BASKERVILLE HALL, Hay on Wye, Hereford, Wales, HR3 5LE
We ask that all attendees respect the local area and residents by arriving and leaving the event quietly and politely, using the bins provided for litter, and taking responsible measures to ensure that you leave no trace.
Who can attend?
KALLIDA Festival is a strictly over 18 + event. We operate a challenge 25 policy, UK Driving Licenses or Passport are accepted.
No animals are allowed on site except guide dogs.
How do I get there?
Train - The nearest train station is HEREFORD which is roughly 22 miles from the festival site.
Tickets from London to Hereford start at £11 each way.
Shuttle Bus - We will be running shuttle buses from the station to the site. Tickets are £10 return. Payment for this can be made when you board the bus, and return tickets will be available.
Car - If you are coming to the festival by car, please arrange car shares where possible, to ensure that the journey is as environmentally friendly as possible. If you have room in your vehicle please use our facebook group to fill extra spaces if possible!
Parking - The car park is situated next to the camping site on the grounds of the venue and is free to use.
Hay bus Hay Tax - 07974 106656
A2B Taxi - 01874 658899
Glasbury Taxi - 07966017714
Safe Space policy: KALLIDA is a space for all of our guests to lose themselves over the course of the weekend - something you can only do if you feel totally safe in your surroundings. Please keep this in mind when enjoying yourself, and if you witness any form of harassment, homophobic, sexist or racist behaviour or language, or any form of abuse whatsoever, let our staff know immediately.
If you engage in any behaviour that comes under this banner, you will be asked to leave the event with no refund.
When does the festival run from/until?
The site will open to the public at 12:00 on Friday 22nd June.
Attendees will need to be off site by 12:00 on Monday 25th June.
Illegal drugs are forbidden at KALLIDA, if caught in possession of drugs you will be asked to leave the festival site and the police will be contacted.
Alcohol cannot be brought onto the festival site. This is a condition of our license. Any alcohol brought into the arena will be confiscated by the venue’s security.
The is a number of reasonably priced bars selling a wide selection of Beers, Wines & Spirits.
What can't I bring?
The following items are prohibited on site
Nitrous Oxide AND/OR Whippers
Portable Laser Equipment and Pens
Unauthorised Professional Film or Video Equipment
Chinese or Sky Lanterns
Any item which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon
Animals (other than registered guide or hearing dogs)
Unofficial tabards or reflective jackets
Unauthorised items for trading,
What are the camping and accommodation options?
Hotels - There are three different rooms types that you can book at Baskerville Hall; Luxury, Standard, and Dormitory rooms. More info and pictures of the rooms can be found on our accommodation page here.
If you have a purchased a room we will contact the lead booker for the full names of all those staying in the rooms two weeks for before the event.
On arrival, people with rooms will be directed towards the Hotel reception to check-in, after receiving their festival wristbands.
Camping - Camping is free and included in your festival ticket. There will be ample space to spread out. Fires are only allowed in designated fire pit areas and are not permitted in the campsite.
Live in vehicles - Campervans and Caravans are welcome on site at no extra cost. These will be based next to the camping area.
What are toilet and shower facilities?
There are indoor toilets situated inside Baskerville Hall, which will be accessible between the hours of 09:00 - 05:00. Outside of these times, there is access to portaloos throughout the main area and campsite.
There are showers available in the campsite and indoor showers are available with all booked accommodation.
What food is available?
There will be outdoor food vendors selling Vegan and Vegetarian meals throughout the event. Inside, Baskerville Hall has a restaurant which offers a range of classic British dishes.
There is no restriction on bringing your own food onto the site.
Water points are positioned around the camping grounds, and available to use throughout.
Do you sell day tickets?
No - weekend tickets only.
Are there cash machines on site?
There is one cash machine on site, it is recommended that you bring cash with you, as we cannot guarantee the reliability of this.
What is the accessibility like?
We want to make our festival accessible and inclusive to all. If you have any special requirements please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will do our best to make your time at the festival as straightforward and enjoyable as possible.
Hotel rooms are situated on the first and second floors of the building. Unfortunately, there is not a public lift, so access is extremely limited. There is also limited access to the campsite, please be aware that this may also be affected by bad weather.
What to do If I get ill or injured?
There will be First Aiders on site throughout the duration of the event. Please remember to bring any required medication with you.
I have lost my stuff, how do I get it back?
All unclaimed items found at will be delivered to the office in London. Send us an email to email@example.com with a description of what you've lost. If we can locate the item we will return the item to you. You will be required to pay for postage and packaging. We will hold items up until June 1st, 2018
Once I have entered the festival can I leave?
Yes, you are free to explore the countryside, the woods, or even take a stroll down to the river for a swim.
Tickets Info - Party for the People
Terms and Conditions - All tickets are sold subject to terms and conditions, please see PFTP website for full details.
Receiving your ticket - Upon purchase, you will receive an email confirmation of your order. You can also login to your account and retrieve tickets on the Party For The People website.
If you have logged into their site using your Facebook account please make sure you check the email connected to that account.
Entry - To gain entry to an event you will need to show a booking confirmation. If you have a smartphone, we recommend that you show the ticket on your screen.
Returns and refunds - For more information please see the PFTP people website.
Help - If you have any issues with your order please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01143 272100
Tickets Info - Resident Advisor
Terms and Conditions - All tickets are sold subject to terms and conditions.
Receiving your ticket - Upon completion of purchase, you will receive an email confirmation of your order. You can also login to My Tickets and retrieve tickets on the Resident Advisor website.
You may have created a new RA account linked to Facebook and purchased tickets with that account. Try logging out and then logging in to Facebook.
Entry - Displaying your tickets at the venue on your phone is recommended. Save the environment and avoid unnecessary printing.
How do I get involved?
If you would like to volunteer at Kallida as a steward in return for a free festival ticket please contact us at email@example.com.
We are always on the lookout for interesting collaborations, partners and installations, including traders, performers and artists. If you have something you think might be of interest, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you.
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