The Green Gathering Festival is an eco-festival powered by sun, wind, and community. This non-profit, off-grid event offers four days of low-impact living, brimming with music, creativity, and a spirit of change. Attendees can explore intimate solar stages featuring a mix of emerging and legendary acts, DJs, and storytellers, all while engaging in sustainable living practices.
Organized around four themes — Reconnect: Earth Magic, Rise: Practical & Tactical, Release: Let It Out, and Recuperate: Safe Spaces, Self-Care—the festival blends mystical experiences with practical activism, artistic expression, and inclusive community spaces. It's more than a celebration; it's a movement for environmental consciousness and community resilience, inviting all to party with purpose and wake up inspired to create a better world.
Buy tickets from the Green Gathering website.
- Adult Ticket
- Young Adult Ticket (16 - 17)
- Youth Ticket (11 - 15)
- Child Ticket (6 - 10)
- Child Ticket (2 - 5)
- Child Ticket (Under 2 - FREE)
- Dog Ticket (Limited Availability)
- Car (or other vehicle for carpark)
- Campervan (Various Sizes)
- Oversize Van (Various Sizes)
- Caravan / Trailer-Tent
- Oversize Caravan / Trailer-Tent
Day Tickets are only available on the gate (NOT in advance). Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
- Adult Day Ticket
- Young Adult (16 - 17) Day Ticket
- Youth (11 - 15) Day Ticket
- Under 11s Day Ticket: FREE
Green Gathering is a camping festival, please bring your own equipment.
You can hire a yurt, tipi or bell tent, please visit the festival website tent hire page and follow the links.
Campervan, caravan, and trailer tent passes can be purchased via the Tickets Page, under "Vehicles" or "Add-Ons".
The Green Gathering Festival takes place at Piercefield Park, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 6BE.
The Green Gathering Festival is committed to inclusivity and accessibility, offering an Assisted Access area with essential facilities and services. This area includes accessible toilets, a shower, and a communal campfire space, all managed by a dedicated crew. The festival also provides BSL communication support and a shuttle buggy for mobility assistance. Special attention is given to those with autism or neurodiversity through the 'Serenpod' safe space. For detailed information and to apply for assistance, visit their Assisted Access page.
Early contact (between February 1st and June 30th) is advised for the best support.