FAQ

Is Food and Drink available?

Yes, we’ll have some fantastic local food vendors on site as well as a licensed bar selling a full range of drinks, see our food and drink page for details.

Can I bring my own food and drink to the event?

Only alcohol purchased at the event is allowed on site. We also ask that you avoid bringing any glass. We have some great traders on site who also contribute to keeping the event free so we’d love you to support them if you can; however, you are welcome to bring your own food and soft drinks. If you bring your own picnic, we encourage you to take your rubbish home for recycling and composting – thank you.

Barbecues are not permitted in the Human Nature Garden.

May I bring my dog?

No, dogs are not allowed in the Human Nature Garden at any time unless they are an assistance dog.

Will I be photographed?

We will have photographers and videographers there. If you do not wish to be on film, please make this known to staff/photographers/videographers.

Is there any parking?

No parking is available on site at Horsham Garden Music Festival. We strongly recommend using public transport, walking or cycling to the event where possible to minimise the effect on the environment. There is a park and ride service at Hop Oast on the southern edge of Horsham.

Horsham Town Centre car parks are available, you can find details here: https://www.horsham.gov.uk/parking/town-centre-parking

Are there cash machines nearby?

The nearest cash-points are in Horsham Town Centre, however you are able to pay with Debit / Credit Card at the bar with cashback available so you won’t need to bring cash or leave site to get it.

Are there toilets?

Toilets including a disabled and baby change facility are available on site at the event.

What is disabled access like?

The Human Nature Garden can be accessed by predominantly flat wide paths from Horsham Park and is wheelchair accessible; however, the viewing area is predominantly grass. Disabled parking is available at the bowling alley car park (run by Horsham District Council) which is adjacent to the garden. If you have any specific needs please get in touch to discuss with the team.

Can I bring a gazebo or umbrella?

As the garden is on a slope it’s not suitable for gazebos. However, you are welcome to bring small umbrellas and other sun shades. Please be careful not to obscure anyone else’s view. You may be asked to locate at the back of the garden.

Should I bring a chair or picnic rug?

The garden has a natural amphitheatre design well suited to music events. You’re welcome to bring a chair if you sit at the back of the garden, however, for most people the easiest option is to bring a picnic rug.