Hi and welcome to the Noisily FAQs page, here we answer the questions we get asked most. As questions are asked more frequently, we will add them here. For information regarding specific areas of the event, please visit the correlating pages via the info section on our website.
What type of music is do you play at Noisily?
We are an electronic music festival and cover all flavours: Techno, Psytrance, Drum and Bass, Glitch-Hop, House, Disco, Desert Techno, Slo-Mo and everything in between. Check out our line up here.
Where is the Festival?
Set in the rolling hills of the Leicestershire countryside, 20 minutes from Market Harborough. Ticket buyers will be sent the postcode with their tickets.
What is the site like?
Noisily is in a beautiful wooded valley, it’s a bit rough around the edges and hilly, which it makes it a little difficult to get around but we love it and think you will too! We have constructed lots of roads and more easily accessible areas, which you can find out more about in our accessibility info.
When can I arrive to the festival site?
The Festival Gates and Box Office open to the public around 12pm Thursday 11th July 2019, and then open at 10am on the 12th, 13th and 14th July, 2019
The gates close each day at 10pm sharp – the box office will stay open to accredit anyone who arrived before this.
What’s open on Thursday?
The Mind Body Soul area will be open from 4pm, with activities continuing until 10pm and an opening party going on until 4am that night.
(The main arena and stages will open at 12pm on Friday 12th July.)
I have access needs, is the site accessible? Do you offer a free carers ticket?
Yes, we have implemented various measures to make the site more accessible, please visit the Accessibility Info Pages here for details and how to apply for either free carer ticket or access to the accessible campsite.
Can I stay off site and travel in each day?
Yes, you can – please make sure you read the info pack sent out with your tickets; it will contain advice about where to park and when you can come back in. Please note there is no local public transport.
Can I bring my Pet?
Although we love animals, they are not allowed on site. If you have a guide dog, let us know when you apply for the accessible campsite.
How can I get involved as a volunteer, trader, artist, performer or in the healing area?
Please visit our get involved page here.
Can I bring my campervan or live in vehicle?
Yes, you need to purchase a pass here.
For more in-depth information, Please check out the other sections…