Frequently Asked Questions

Redbrook‘Live on the Wye’ takes place on Redbrook AFC sports field in the small village of Redbrook, Monmouthshire.

Your ticket entitles you to enter the festival Field and includes all performances and bands on Saturday 1st June.
Advance purchase of a £5.00 children’s wristband is recommended for access to the Imaginarium workshop marquee to access the children’s activity area .A full schedule of organised activities provides a space for younger guests to be dazzled and entertained  on Saturday 1st June .

Check out our entertainment  schedule for younger folk to plan your fun packed family day to make the most of the day

Little Folk

Can I buy tickets on the day?

A limited number of tickets will be made available on the day and priority will be given to local residents. Due to high demand we recommend booking in advance where possible and arriving early if you do intend to purchase on the gate.


You are not permitted to bring your own alcohol onto the field. Please remember this is a charity fundraiser and by purchasing the excellent value local beers you are supporting the Redbrook Village Trust as well as our local brewery. Thanks 🙂

The festival operates a Challenge 25 policy for all alcohol sales. All alcohol purchased must be consumed on site. You may not be served alcohol unless ID is provided.


Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome. Please do not allow them to poo on the field – all mess must be removed. Although we welcome well behaved dogs on leads on site we do recommend in hot weather not to bring your dogs and to ensure that you keep your beloved friends hydrated at all times

Entry conditions

Live on the Wye is a family friendly community event and we appreciate your help in keeping it this way. The festival organisers reserve the right to refuse entry to, or remove people, who are excessively drunk or displaying inappropriate or illegal behaviour. Violence, drug-taking, under-age drinking and/or excessive drinking will not be tolerated. Under 25s should be prepared to show ID.

Refund Policy

Sorry but we cannot issue refunds unless the event is cancelled or rescheduled by the organisers, in which case a full refund will be given. Live on the Wye will go ahead come rain or shine.

Rubbish and recycling

The Wye Valley is a designated National Landscape ( formerly known as the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). We would be grateful for your support in recycling waste using the bins provided. The festival is run entirely by volunteers and we have limited resources for cleaning up and removing litter.

The Live on the Wye team works hard to keep our festival green and sustainable! Recycling bins are positioned across the site so please make sure you put your rubbish in the relevant section of the bins provided.

Welfare Centre

The welfare centre is clearly signposted and provides experienced and caring help for all practical and personal problems and our team will be able to deal with lost and found property and cater for the needs of any younger or vulnerable guests on site .

For lost property queries after the event please email

Staying Hydrated

Don’t forget to drink plenty of water. Safe drinking water is available in the hospitality tent and welfare centre . Bottled water is also available to purchase at the bar.

Food and Beverages

There is a licenced bar on site which serves a range of craft ales, lagers and soft drinks .

No alcohol will be allowed to be brought on site and glass must not be brought on site by festival attendees 🚫

Security checks may be made at the gate on entry. if you are found to bring alcohol on site it will be confiscated. Please remember we are a charity that raises funds for the community and respect our site rules.


There are a selection of carefully curated food traders and vendors on the festival site that cater for most dietary needs.


We ask that you use the designated facilities on site responsibly and let us know if there are any issues with the facilities provided by notifying the welfare tent or designated site Marshalls who are clearly identifiable.

Security and Site Information

Marshalls and security team members will be patrolling the site at all times for your safety and comfort. Please say hi!

Getting Here

Redbrook is situated in the heart of the stunning Wye Valley – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – and borders the beautiful Forest of Dean.

Getting Here By Car

Sat Nav users should use postcode NP25 4LZ.

Coming from the South, the easiest (and prettiest) route is the A466 through the Wye Valley. You can also follow the A449 and A40 dual carriageways to Monmouth, turning back onto the A466 for 2 miles into the village. The A40 is your best bet if travelling from Abergavenny / the West.

Coming from the North and East, follow the M50 and A40 (west-bound) to Monmouth before turning left onto the A466 for 2 miles.

From Hereford direction, take the A466 right the way down for 26 miles.

Is there a car park?

Two pay & display car parks are located in the village centre…these are likely to get busy!

Additional street parking is available adjacent to the festival site which is in the centre of the village.

Is the `festival Wheelchair Accessible?

Yes , disabled toilet facilities are also provided.

Greener Travel

Those who live locally should consider making the most of the excellent walking and cycle trails into the village to help save carbon emissions and prevent congestion.

A regular bus service (number 69) runs regularly along the Wye Valley between Monmouth and Chepstow.