Frequently Asked Questions
Is The Kaleidoscope a camping festival?
Yes! We have a big campsite with a wonderful friendly atmosphere.
How do I get to The Kaleidoscope?
The Kaleidoscope site is around a 50 minute drive from Bristol.

The nearest train station is Westbury, from which direct trains are available to and from Bristol, Bath, Cardiff, Exeter, London Paddington, London Waterloo and Southampton.

Westbury station is a 15 minute drive from the festival site.
We provide shuttle bus services for an extra fee or taxis are available to book.
Can I bring my own alcohol?
You are welcome to bring your own alcohol into the campsite but it is forbidden to bring your own alcohol into the main arena.
Are there food trucks on site?
Yes! After receiving your feedback from last year, we are increasing the number of food trucks we book so there will be a wonderful, tasy array of options, catering to all different kinds of diets.
Is my ticket refundable?
No. We're afraid we can't offer refunds on our tickets, however, we can help you change the name to a friend's name if you'd like to resell it.
Can I bring my caravan/campervan?
Yes, IF it can deal with muddy conditions. Our site is on a farm and in times of bad weather, the ground can become boggy. This year we're improving access for vehicles to the car park, however we cannot guarantee easy access for vehicles driving into the campsite itself.
How old do I have to be to attend?
You must be at least 18 to attend The Kaleidoscope. Our security team will be checking IDs alongside tickets