How to get to Big Love Festival 2022

Set the controls for the heart of the sun! Or, failing that, Usk, Monmouthshire.

Big Love Festival Goes Wild is taking place in a brand South Wales new site:

Cwm Cayo Farm, Gwehelog, Usk NP15 1HS.

We’re now just a 15 minute drive from Junction 24 (Newport East) of the M4, around 35 minutes from both Bristol and Cardiff. Link to Google Maps.

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Please note, the event is accessed by narrow lanes with limited passing places and some sharp turns. For that reason we are implementing a one-way system for festival traffic, asking everyone to approach the site from the South West side via Usk. When approaching the site, please follow the directions below, even if your sat nav says otherwise!

Driving from London/Bristol/Cardiff

  1. Exit the M4 at J24 onto the A449 for 8 miles;
  2. Exit onto the A472 to Usk/Brynbug (watch out for 20mph speed camera as you enter Usk);
  3. Turn right at the Three Salmons Hotel, on to the B4598 Porthycarne St/Abergavenny Rd;
  4. After 1.3 miles turn right and proceed for 1.1 miles;
  5. The festival entrance will be on the right.

Driving from the Midlands

Your sat nav is likely to tell you to turn off the A40 towards Gwehelog. Ignore this! Instead keep going south straight towards the town of Usk.

  1. Exit the M50 or A40 on to the A449;
  2. After 6 miles, exit onto the A472 to Usk/Brynbug (watch out for 20mph speed camera as you enter Usk);
  3. Turn right at the Three Salmons Hotel, on to the B4598 Porthycarne St/Abergavenny Rd;
  4. After 1.3 miles turn right and proceed for another 1.1 miles;
  5. The festival entrance will be on the right.

Public Transport

The nearest stations are Newport (on the main London – Swansea line) and Cwmbran, which are both around a 20 taxi ride away.

Parking

Car parking remains free (there’s a small charge for live-in vehicles) but we encourage you to come by public transport if you can.

Please check gate times and other arrival information.