You certainly will feel as though you are camping in the middle of nowhere and what can be better than having absolutely nothing surrounding you other than farmland and rolling hills! Our campsite has 24 hour security to ensure your safety. There are plenty of toilets on site which are cleaned throughout the day and serviced. There are also showers available which we recommend using at different times of the day to save queuing.


There will be a designated family camping area enabling other families to meet, eat and camp together. Your camping area will be situated away from the main campsite to ensure children have a quiet space. We have created a Facebook group for parents and children, so you can get to know other families before the event.


Do not worry if camping is not for you. Within a short drive the town of Matlock has plenty of B&Bs and a Premier Inn hotel. We strongly recommend that you book your accommodation well in advance as Matlock is a popular tourist destination.


If you wish to arrive and have your own bell tent ready and waiting and enjoy additional amenities then our Glamping tickets will be ideal for you. 

  • Your personally named bell tent will be furnished and just waiting your arrival! Furnishings include a choice of single or double airbeds, bedding, rugs and solar & battery operated lights.


If your mobile home doesn't have a toilet or shower you don't have to worry. You will be able to use the on site facilities. Toilets and a CDP are provided in the mobile homes camping zone and you will find showers in the camping area. Please note that there is no EHU on site.


In order to provide the best possible experience, we ask that everyone who wishes to use the access facilities at Femme Fest to complete and submit an Access Requirements Form prior to arriving on-site. 


  • Access customers need to purchase a ticket for themselves before applying for a companion ticket.
  • Companion/Carers tickets must be applied for via the Access Requirements Form,.


Site Information

Arriving & Pitching

The site opens at 12pm and pitching is on a first come, first pitch bases. Camping and mobile homes are located in different camping zones. Unless you are an accessability customer you will not be able to park your car next to your tent. We do however have a drop off point close to the camping zone.

Please note that sleeping in cars is not permitted.


We aim try to provide the most appropriate facilities to make Femme Fest as enjoyable and accessible as possible to all. Therefore we request that anyone requiring access to any of the facilities below, to complete our Registration Form above.

  • You will be able to park your vehicle close to your pitch. Please note that this area will be closer to the arena than other camping pitches and so you should consider bringing ear plugs if required.
  • Toilets and Showers

    There will be toilets within the camp site and within the festival arena. There will also be showers but please be aware that there may be queues for these facilities.


    There will vendors within the arena site selling a variety of foods. Please note the due to Femme Fest being a small festival we may not be able to cater for everyone's dietary requirements. If you have any concerns we recommend that you bring your own food.

    Due to safety reasons we do not allow disposable BBQs. This is to reduce fire risk.


    There is a limit of what alcohol can be brought on site. Please ensure you are familiar on what you can bring by referring to our FAQ's page or our T&C's when purchasing your tickets. There are bars with in the arena to purchase alcohol and soft drinks at a fair price.


    Dogs are allowed at the festival but must always be kept on leads. Owners must ensure that they clean up after them. There are taps on site providing cold water. Please remember that Femme Fest is a music festival and the wellbeing and safety of your pets must always be ensured. We advise that if your pet is afraid of loud music or noise that you do not bring them. If you have any concerns please contact us at and will provide you with information of our festival plans, some which may affect the wellbeing of your dog.