Please find answers to common questions below.
What time does the festival start?
The festival site opens at 11.30am (subject to site being ready to admit the public) with the first act commencing at 12 noon.
How much does a ticket for Croxfest cost?
Entry is free, however we do host a bucket collection that raises money for charity and the running costs of Croxfest so please give generously.
Where is Croxfest held?
Croxfest is held on The Green in Croxley Green, WD3 3HY.
Can I park my car?
We have limited parking on site so would encourage peope to either car share, walk or cycle to the event.
Is there are beer tent?
We do not provide a beer tent but we do allow people to bring their own alcohol onto the site.
Please remember to drink responsibly at the event.
Can I bring a picnic?
Yes you can bring your own food (no barbecues permitted) but do take note that an extensive range of on-site catering is available with something for everyone to enjoy. Please look at the Food page for further details on this.
Can I bring a tent/gazebo to the event?
Yes you can. An area towards the back of the arena is set aside where these can be set up so the audiences view of the stage is not interrupted. Please note that no camping is allowed on-site.
Who do I speak to if I have a concern about Croxfest?
On the day of the event please speak to us at the festival control point near the stage (see site plan). Before and after the event you can contact the event organiser at EventOrganiser@croxfest.co.uk.
Can I bring my dog?
Well behaved dogs on are permitted providing they are kept on lead at all times and owners clean up after them. We would however remind owners that this is a music event with a large crowd and amplified music. We would suggest sitting further back in the arena for your dog’s comfort.
I lost something at the event, can I check lost property?
Please email details of the missing item to EventOrganiser@croxfest.co.uk and we will be in touch.
Is Croxfest accessible?
We strive to be accessible as possible and there will be an on-site Migloo available provided by Watford Mencap. We also have accessible toilets and there is a limited amount of disabled parking available on a first come, first served basis so we would recommend you get there early.