Thurning Feast operates a wristband scheme for Feast goers – all visitors are given a wristband at the gate allowing re-entry during the event and allowing them to buy alcohol. Visitors under 25 who are without I.D will be given a different coloured wristband which will prevent them from buying alcohol onsite.
If you have bought your ticket online there will be a separate entry gate allowing immediate access to the Feast. All other visitors are required to buy their tickets on the gate.
Yes there are: A large marquee housing the main bar and covered seating at the tea and cakes area.
Food and drink ( particularly alcohol ) are not allowed to be brought into feast, bag searches will be carried out at the gate. There is a large and diverse selection of food and drink of the highest quality available on site at reasonable prices. With three excellent bars and the Field Fare food market offering multi-national cuisine there should be something for everyone. All drinks bought on site must be consumed on site. PLEASE NOTE: Thurning Feast operates a no glass policy. 
All visitors to the Feast receive a wristband allowing them to leave and return to the Feast during the event.
Thurning Feast operates the “Challenge 25” policy. If you look under 25 please do not be offended if we ask you for proof of age when you buy alcohol. You must be 18 or over to purchase and consume alcoholic drinks. PLEASE NOTE: A wristband for under 25s will be given at the gate upon proof of I.D and should be shown at the bar if challenged. Do not buy alcohol for a person under the age of 18!  If you do you risk being ejected from the Feast. PLEASE NOTE: No glass bottles will be allowed anywhere onsite. Security teams will be searching bags on entry to the campsites and any glass bottles will be confiscated.
There is no organised taxi service in Thurning. Book your taxi from one of Oundle’s taxi firms with plenty of notice!
This year the Thurning Feast starts at 5pm and finishes at midnight.
There is hardstanding in the first Feast area adjacent to stalls, tearoom and lavatories, however the main event is all held in a meadow so you should come accompanied to be able to move around.
Thurning Feast operates a no card policy at any of the stalls and bars. The village has no ATM machines.
Unfortunately apart from guide-dogs for the blind, dogs are not allowed anywhere on the Feast site.
It is a summer event in England so watch the weather forecast!
Here is a link to google maps. Google Maps
Thurning Feast offers something for everyone with very varied types of entertainment and great live music. Three bars with a wide variety of drinks including a micro brewery ales from local Digfield Brewery, English lagers and ciders, local gin cocktails and soft drinks. An array of national and international street food alongside traditional tea and cakes. Continuous live music for all tastes ranging  from brass bands to independent and original local acts to this year’s headlining band playing 80’s favourites. Stalls selling quality hand made products and gifts from local producers, prize winning stalls (like the always popular Tombola), a vintage funfair and animal farm. There is even a quiet and relaxing Thai massage area tucked away in a peaceful corner. The weather might be inconsistent but the atmosphere is guaranteed!