Three sleeps to go!

As Head of Music at the incredible Boomtown Fair, Kaptin, a.k.a AAA Badboy, has earned a reputation for programming the most exciting and eclectic line ups. He was kind enough to pen a piece looking back at Big Love 2016, and highlighting some of his must-sees at Big Love 2017.

Getting to Big Love

If you’re driving to Big Love and have room in your car, please consider car-sharing. You can offer and request lifts safely at the Big Love Go Car Share page. Alternatively you can post on our Facebook event page.

A few people have asked about getting to Big Love from Hereford. Public transport options aren’t particularly straight forward in this part of the world, but we understand the best bet is a number 39 bus from Hereford to Brecon. Do check the bus timetables for details. Mostly they depart from Stand 2 at Hereford station and go to Hay-on-Wye; normally the next stop is the village of Clyro about 1.5 miles away (where Baskerville Hall Hotel is located). Do ask the driver though – nothing beats local knowledge!

90s Pyjama Party Theme

Come Saturday night we’ll all be slipping into our PJs for a “Pajama Jammi Jam”! Let’s channel the spirit of House Party 2 and Bananas in Pyjamas and have the ultimate sleepover party! Here’s a bit of inspiration for you…

Hotel room

At the time of writing we have one hotel room left – an en suite room with 6 single beds. Clean sheets, private toilet and shower, cooked breakfast, all for £34 pppn for a group of friends. See the hotel rooms page.

Arriving at Big Love

When you arrive, stewards will check your name and ID – please ensure you also have the ticket code – and issue wristbands before directing you to park. There are no paper tickets. Accreditation will close at 10pm, so please arrive before then.

If you cannot arrive with the person who bought the ticket, please make sure you know their name and the ticket code.

No tickets are available at the gate.

Help Us Grow

We hope you have a fantastic time at Big Love – if you like what we’re doing, we’d really appreciate if you could spread the word with a mention on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, before, during and after the festival.