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General and Important Information

Blenheim Music and Camping Festival 2018 is a TWO day event. Held on the 29th and 30th of March.

Tickets can be purchased as a TWO-DAY ticket or FRIDAY ONLY ticket.
Tickets include entry and camping.

Thursday: gate opens at 3pm on with tunes kicking off from 5:30pm.
Friday: gate opens at 10am. ‘Welcome To Country’ will begin at 11:30am, and the first act kicks off at 12 noon.

There will be an ATM on site, however NO EFTPOS facilities will be available at the bars this year. Caterers & traders may have EFTPOS facilities available, however you should bring cash for food and extras, just in case.

The festival is BYO but please, Please, PLEASE…NO GLASS!

A bounty of food and drinks are available, including breakfast on Friday and Saturday morning.

Blenheim Music and Camping Festival is a family friendly event, with a designated family camping zone. All ages are welcome; kids, teens, middle age rockers and grandparents!!

Kids 12 and under gain free entry when accompanied by an adult parent/guardian.

Camper trailers, camper vans and any fun sleeping vessels welcome.

What to Bring

  • A map (Click here for Google map)
  • Your digital or printed Eticket
  • ID (Passport / Current Australian Driver’s Licence)
  • Cash (Limited Eftpos)
  • Something warm to sleep in
  • Warm clothes days are beautiful but nights can get very cold
  • Wet weather gear (just in case)
  • Hat and sunscreen
  • Any medication you need, there is no pharmacy
  • Drink bottle; there will be free drinking water in the event space
  • Torch
  • Shoes; as thistles can be a problem
  • Good attitude, ready to have fun!

What NOT to Bring

  • Dickheads (No dickhead policy)
  • Strictly NO Glass! Sorry but cars will be searched
  • Pets
  • Fires/gas bottles/BBQ’s
  • Beanbags (those beans are really hard to vacuum out of a paddock
  • Fire sticks/fireworks/flares



important stuff alert flatNo Dickhead Policy

Dickhead behaviour is not admired at Blenheim and this is why several years ago we introduced a "No Dickhead Policy".

This is a self-policing policy, where in the event that someone slips up momentarily, a solid citizen will quietly and politely point out that their behaviour fits into the "Dickhead" category, and that will be the end of it. If someone chooses not to listen to the solid citizen and acts like a real dickhead, they will spend the rest of the event sitting next to a security guard or dealing with police and will be prohibited from buying a ticket to future events.


panorama of BlenheimFest


Shopping on Trumpet Lane

Trumpet Lane is the 100m long road that links the rest of the camp site to the main area. This busy thoroughfare has now become the birth place of the Trumpet Lane Markets, smack in the middle of the two stages. With a central communal lounge, patrons can relax after browsing the wide array of stalls, including herbal teas, chai, face painting, henna and hair wraps, goodies to eat just to name a few... If you want to be part of this growing community at BlenhiemFest then shoot us an email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Download marketplace application form here
Download marketplace briefing here


The Green Goat and Hill Top bar will be back again!!

The Green Goat is situated in the middle of Trumpet Lane and is home to the second stage. This stage unrolls a great selection of bands and DJ’s throughout the day and into the early hours of the night. As the Green Goat has an open front with plenty of bar space it’s also a perfect place to make friends with passing patrons while enjoying a cold one.

Arts and Extras

BlenheimFest Family
The BlenheimFest family is a loyalty system that rewards those patrons who have attended Blenheimfest before. We give those BlenheimFest family members first dibs to buy discounted tickets before they go on public sale! Want to join the family?

There are three ways:

  1. Simply purchase a ticket to BlenheimFest!
  2. Register your attendance on the day
  3. Email Tim at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and try and convince him you have been before!

Food, Glorious Food!

Interested in selling food, drinks or other delicious consumable goodies, then shoot Helen Turner an email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. There will be a number of food-tastic stalls at BlenheimFest this year, more information to come at a later date...


Download catering application form here →

How do I get a presale code?
Presale codes are only available to those people who have attended before and joined the BlenheimFest Family
Can I pay cash for my ticket?
No, only PayPal or credit card!
Do we get sent tickets?
All tickets this year will be emailed eTickets. Please print off your ticket or have the PDF ready on your phone so we can scan them at the door
Will tickets be available at the gate?
Is it all ages?
Yes, kids under 12 are free, ages 12 and above are required to purchase a ticket. Under 18’s are required to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times. The Parent or Legal Guardian must have a ticket for the event also. We are a family friendly event, with a designated family camping zone.
When do gates open?
3pm on Thursday (13 April 2017)
10am on Good Friday 14 April 2017)
How long does it go for?
Entertainment will go from 5:30pm – 1:00am on Thursday and from 12.00 noon - 3am on the Saturday.
BF is a two night camping event.
Are there ATM’s?
Is there BYO?
Yes, but alcohol must be in cans, NO Glass!
Is there alcohol for sale?
Yes; The Green Goat and Hilltop Bars will be back again! 100% of you cash over the bar goes to New Hope Cambodia!
Is there food for sale?
Yes, there will be a few different food vendors available both on Good Friday and Breakfast on Easter Saturday
Is it extra for camping?
No, your ticket price includes entry and one nights camping
Can we bring Glass?
NO (Your car will be searched at the gate)
Do we have to camp?
No, day parking is available so you can leave when you are ready. However, we ask that you do not drink and drive
Can we drive out of the camping ground?
NO, this is too dangerous with tents. Once you are parked in the camp ground all cars stay there until the morning.
Are there Cigarettes for sale?
Are there showers?
Yes, showers will be available for use on both Friday and Saturday morning. However, we think they might get a bit busy, so don’t guarantee that you’ll be going home fresh and clean.

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