FAQ


Can I bring my ghetto blaster or crank up my car sound system?

No (Acoustic instruments only please)

Do I get tickets in the post?

No, please bring proof of payment (paypal receipt) either printed or on a phone screen to gain entry.

Where is the site?

Its in Glyndyfrdwy, North Wales. The exact location and directions will be e-mailed to ticketed guests closer to the event (using the email address that was entered during payment). Also look out for a link to the directions posted the week of the event.

Do you offer concessions?

Unfortunately not, as the event is being ran on a shoe string, we have no ability to reduce the cost further. All our volunteer slots have now been filled.

Are there any washing facilities?

There is mains water taps around the site for your general water needs. We have booked Sento SPA who will be providing hot showers and sauna (this is at the bottom of the 2nd field)

Will there be power points available?

Due to having no mains power on site, we have a basic off-grid setup, therefore we have minimal power available to run lighting and presentation equipment.

Can I make a fire?

The land owner has a strict rule that any fires should be off the ground. Purpose built raised fire aparatus are ok, just be sure to observe a safe distance from tents.

Will there be first aid available?

Yes, a fully qualified Paramedic will be on site and on call 24hrs a day from Thursday to the Monday.

Is it okay if we bring our own non-vegan foods to cook ourselves?

Of course it is.

Can I bring my dog(s)?

Yes (please read T&Cs section on Dog owners)

Waste management?!

We ask that you take your rubbish home with you for recycling where possible. If you brought it with, please squish it down and take back home. A food waste bin (big blue plastic barrell) is situated near the compost toilets.

 
 

Terms & Conditions


  •   This is a private, invite-only event. If you have been referred to this website by another, then this constitutes as your invitation.
  •   By attending you accept full responsibility for your own health and safety whilst attending the event, this includes any under 18's you bring.
  •   Please be aware that the river has very strong currents, especially in the centre. Because of this, entering is discouraged and again, entirely at your own risk.
  •   As a family event please respect a chilled vibe, especially after dark.
  •   Due to the close proximity of neighbours of the site, and the acoustics of the valley, after 23:00 we all must go into extra respectful mode, particularly from a noise perspective.
  •   Again as a family event, anti social drinking is strongly discouraged, if this becomes a problem, you may be asked to leave at the earliest, safest opportunity.
  •   Please accept that smoking is strongly discouraged in enclosed areas and around food zones.
  •   You agree that Conscious Tribal Gathering crew nor organisers will not be held accountable or responsible for any loss or damage to your personal possessions/belongings.
  •   We take no liability or responsibility for any mistakes, errors or inaccuracies made by speakers, workshop facilitators, practitioners etc.
  •   The views expressed at this event do not necessarily represent the views of Conscious Tribal Gathering, its organisers or crew.
  •   The advertised listings / activities etc are subject to change. We take no liability or responsibility for any mistakes, errors or changes to the listings.
  •   Food vendors, stalls and practitioners are independent entities, any trade or barter is between the two parties alone, independent of Conscious Tribal Gathering, its organisers or crew.
  •   For the safety of all, vehicle drivers MUST ahere to the speed limits displayed at the entrance.
  •   Vehicles must be parked in the designated areas after unloading.
  •   Vehicles must be parked away from hilly inclines, ie following the valley rather than facing down the hill.
  •   The compost toilets must ONLY be used for poos and wees! - Please no nappies, sanitary products, plastic bags etc... our 70+ year old host has to empty the pits periodically!
  •   There will be a communal fire on site. Please leave the upkeep of this fire to the fire management team who will be making sure its safe and nicely fueled, not too cold and not too hot!
  •   We ask that you bag as much rubbish as possible and take it home with you for recycling where possible. Strong refuse bags will be provided for anybody that needs them.
  •   Your payment receipt is your "ticket", please print it off and bring it along for gate entry (or show payment proof email on your phone). If you forget your receipt, valid ID which is representative to the the Paypal payment details will be accepted.
  •   Wristbands will be provided for both full and day tickets, please be sure to wear them visibly and please don't take offence if you are asked to show your wristband.
  •   If you can't make it, there will be a "no quibble" refund up to Sunday 28th July 23:59 before the event.
  •   Please note that knives are not permitted beyond the confines of your immediate tent/caravan. This is especially pertinent for minors. Parents/Guardians must ensure children under their care are not roaming the site with knives. We must remind you firmly that this falls under your duty of care as Parents/Guardians.
  •   You must take your waste with you and recycle at home. If you've been able to bring it on site, you have space to take it away empty and squished down!
  •   Food waste can be placed in the blue barrel near the compost loos. (absolutely no other waste in here, those seen to be abusing this will be reminded only once, repeat offenders will embarrass us because we will have to ask them to leave. Please please lets not go there!)

Additional T&Cs for Dog Owners

  •   Conscious Tribal Gathering is currently a dog friendly event, there aren't many festival type events that allow dogs on site.
  •   After much debate with regular crew members, a narrow margin vote has allowed another chance for dogs and their owners to enjoy Conscious Tribal Gathering events. This will be re-assessed for future events and it may become policy that future events be "no dogs allowed" if the problems persist.
  •   The site that has been loaned to us for our gatherings has a strict policy of Dogs on leads (with a human at the other end).
  •   There are multiple reasons for this, including; livestock in adjacent fields, visibility and therefore ability to react when mess occurs, safety concerns for humans and other dogs (specifically; dog owners have expressed concerns that small dogs would be at risk should there be a confrontation with larger dogs).
  •   Another issue with Dogs at the event is the "poo" condition of the nearby roads, which (we have been informed) become heavily soiled with dog mess, getting to "unspeakable" levels towards the Sunday. This is not acceptable as it spoils the enjoyment of the area for all, and it jeopardises the future of the event at this site. Please bag it an bin it both when on site and in neighbouring areas.
  •   In summary:
    • Dogs on leads at all times (with a human at the other end!).
    • If your dog is not used to a lead, and you really want to attend, why not consider leaving the dog with a friend or family member at home?
    • Dog mess MUST be thoroughly cleaned up and bagged and placed in the skip which will be located at the top of the field close to the farm house.
  •   The future of dogs at this event is up to you guys!
  •   Owners will be asked only once on the ground to adhere to the dog policy, after which you may be asked to leave with no refund.
  •   Please don't embarrass us into asking you to leave!