Keep Oyé Free!

Our festival is a registered charity and relies on the kindness and generosity of our audience who donate each year to help keep the event FREE and open to all.

If you can spare any amount, please click below to donate via debit/credit card or Paypal:

Is the festival free? Do I need a ticket?

Entrance is completely free and you do not need a ticket. If you would like to help keep the festival free for years to come, please consider donating by clicking the button in the top right corner of the website or find out more ways to help here.

Can I bring a BBQ?

We discourage the use of BBQs inside the festival site as they can potentially damage the grass if they’re not used or disposed of responsibly.

Can I bring a dog?

Yes but they must be kept on a leash at all times.

Is it accessible for disabled festival-goers?

The site is suitable for wheelchairs (unless it rains heavily) and we have BSL sign language interpreters on stage. Please visit the Accessibility section of the website for more information.

Is it family friendly?

Yes. There are lots of free workshops for kids of all ages and a funfair as well.

What is the nearest train station?

St Michaels is a 10/15 minute walk to the festival site. Find out more about getting to the festival here.

What postcode should I put in my SatNav to find the festival?

L17 3AR (Croxteth Drive) or head for The Solna Hotel. Find out more about getting to the festival here.

When will the line-up be announced?

All announcements about tickets and lineup will be made on our website and social media so please check back regularly for the latest info. Sign up to our mailing list to be the first to hear!