Accessibility at the festival
We aim to make Queer Spirit Festival as accessible as possible. There will be a dedicated accessible camping area.
This area will have an accessible toilet and is close to the welfare tent where volunteers can provide emotional and practical support (e.g. help putting up tents). Hot water will also be available. This is a quiet camping area.
Access around the site
The site is flat, easy to get around, but please note it is a large space. If you wish to camp in accessible camping area there is a dedicated car park right next to the area. Depending on ground conditions you may be able to bring your vehicle right onto the site to unload and then return your vehicle to the car park for the duration of the festival. If this is not possible we will have people available to help you transport your items. Most of the site is at ground level including marquees, healing area, catering, workshop spaces etc. There may be a few steps up to some of the toilets/showers, but accessible ones are also available.
We have a dedicated 'quiet camping' area on site. You do not need to reserve a space, but it will help us if you let us know that you may wish to camp there.
We are aiming to have a charging point for batteries etc. It would really help with our power planning if you could contact us to let us know of any specific requirements you may have.
Strobes & flashing lights
Please be aware that laser, strobe and other lighting effects may be in use at times in the main marquee at the festival, however this will always be clearly indicated and publicised.
We offer a free PA/Carer ticket if someone is unable to attend the festival without the support from a PA/Carer.
Please contact us to let us know of any access requirements you may have and also if you wish to obtain a voucher code that will allow you to book a PA/Carer ticket.
Car park: The car park ticket is not required for those with access needs.
Live-Ins: We have a dedicated space right next to the accessible camping area for live-in vehicles.
We are working to make the festival as accessible as we can to all so do please
We are happy to chat on the phone or by email. Please email