What time can I set up my tent on Friday?
You can pitch your tent from 10am on Friday.
If I have an evening ticket for Friday the 21st, what time do I have to leave on Saturday the 22nd?
If you have only purchased a £25 Friday evening ticket then you must vacate the site at 10:30am Saturday 22nd July.
What time can I arrive if I am arriving on Saturday the 22nd July?
You can arrive from 9am.
What time do we have to leave the festival on Sunday?
All guests must vacate the site by 5pm Sunday, the 23rd of July.
How do I purchase tickets?
Please follow the link below and book through eventbrite.
How do I get my 10% off Camp HOPE & HOPE Membership discount?
If you are attending camp HOPE or are a HOPE Community member please email us for your 10% discount code.
Can I buy tickets on the door?
There will be no tickets available on the door as we must know exactly how many people are on site. We must know how many people are on-site, and there are a limited number of tickets available.
Is there parking onsite?
Parking is available for £5 per car per day, and £10 for a live-in vehicle per day.
Can I bring my own food and drink to the festival?
You are allowed to bring your own food and drink to the campsite, but not onto the Festival site. We will have plenty of affordable food and drink stalls for you to purchase refreshments at. Food and drink for babies and young children are allowed onto the festival site.
What if I get ill or injured whilst at the mini Freedom Music Festival?
The first aid building is located in the Bee Hive building on site. There will be 2 St Johns Ambulance first aiders on site to help anyone who is hurt or unwell. They will be there over night too.
What are your policies on safety at the Mini Freedom Festival?
We believe everyone should feel safe and enjoy their time while visiting the Festival. HOPE does not tolerate any behaviour that makes our guests, volunteers or artists feel unsafe, unwelcome or uneasy. We encourage all guests to respect each other. Harassment in any form is not acceptable behaviour. Harassment could include, but is not limited to stalking, verbal or physical intimidation, offensive verbal comments, physical assault and/or battery, harassing or non-consensual photography or recording, inappropriate physical contact, or unwelcome physical attention. If you have been subjected to harassment, please contact HOPE Security (black t-shirts). No drugs are to be brought onto the site. If you require medical assistance, please visit our First Aid station in the Bee Hive, or request assistance from HOPE Security.
What are your policies on safety during the performances?
Smoking, vaping, and e-cigarettes are not permitted inside of the Dance Tent or inside any of the buildings on site. Guests are expected to enjoy the music free from any abusive language and obscene behaviour. Guests should consume alcoholic beverages in a responsible manner. Guests who engage in unsafe behaviour, engage in fighting or throw objects will be immediately ejected from the venue. Guests who don’t adhere to the concert safety policy will be removed and ejected without refund.
Can I bring my dog to the mini freedom music festival?
HOPE gladly welcomes service animals and service animals-in-training to our mini Freedom Music Fest. We CANNOT unfortunately welcome pet dogs to this years mini Freedom music fest. If you are a service animal trainer, the animal must wear a harness or leash and special cape denoting that the animal is in training and not merely a pet. If you require the use of the animal to enjoy the mini Freedom Music Fest, we ask that you use an identifying vest, harness, cape, or leash, so other Music Fest guests do not attempt to pet or play with your service animal. Staff may ask you if the animal is a service animal required because of a disability or if the animal is being trained to be a service animal. If the animal is a service animal-in-training, please be prepared to produce certification or other credentials from the school for training animals where the animal is in training. Mini Music Freedom Fest will NEVER ask for certification or other credentials of a disability. Please note that HOPE and the mini Freedom music fest reserves the right to remove both animal and guest if the animal jeopardises the safety of other guests or staff. HOPE will NEVER separate or attempt to separate you from your service animal or service animal-in-training.
What form of payments are accepted at the mini Freedom Music Fest?
The only form of payment is CASH. There are cash points 5 minutes away on Battle high street.
How do I find the mini freedom music fest and what’s the nearest station?
The festival is located at the home of the HOPE Sussex community. Surrounded by the beautiful English countryside. The postcode is TN339QB and the entrance is on Battle road. The nearest train station is Battle. Battle train station is a 10 minute drive away.
How do I book a stall at the mini freedom music fest?
To book a stall or for any enquiries about performing or volunteering please email: