Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Call Of The Wild? 

The festival is being held at Lincolnshire Showground, Grange de Lings, Lincoln.  It is a stunning location and you can find out more about it on their official website. 

Lincolnshire Showground Website

The full address for the venue is: 
Lincolnshire Showground 
Grange de Lings 
Lincoln LN2 2NA 

Pull of the A15 at Lincolnshire Showground Main Entrance. Just as you pass the Police Dog training centre, take a left and proceed along road to check in area where you will be given appropriate wristbands and VIP laminates. 

You will be directed to a parking area where you can unload and make your way to security check point area for bag search and to check correct wristbands are worn to enter campsite area. 

UPDATE:

Lincolnshire Council currently have lane restrictions in place on the Riseholme Roundabout. The scheme is due to be finished in October. As such the following will apply: 

A46 Welton will be closed at nights only during this event but there will be temporary traffic lights here during the day. 
A15 at RAF Scampton there will be a "Right Turn" ban in place into Heath Lane to Welton heading north, a 30MPH speed limit and "No U-Turns" in place northbound up to the Hackthorn turning.

How can I buy tickets for Call Of The Wild? 

You can buy your tickets here  - BUY TICKETS 

UPGRADES that can be purchased on top of the Ticket purchase. The upgrades will include VIP Bolt On,  pre-erected specialist Glamping options and more. 

Is this a family friendly event? 

Yes, we are determined to make this festival inclusive for the whole family. We firmly believe that we can help inspire the next generation to love music as much as we do. 

Call Of The Wild is currently sourcing some great activities and events to be taking place during the festival that cater for all ages, please keep an eye open for announcements as we lock in ‘the fun’. 

 All Free child places need to be fully registered on arrival to get safety information & wristband.

When is the camp site open? 

Camping opens at 10am Friday morning and all campers must be off site by 11am on the Monday. 

Car parking is in designated areas, not beside tents, however the car park is 2-5 minutes walk from the camping area. 

Usual camping rules apply 

For further information please email info@callofthewildfestival.co.uk 

What are the rules on alcohol? 

No alcohol is allowed in the arena unless purchased within. Own drinks are allowed in the campsite, but, no glass bottles allowed on site. 

For further information please email info@callofthewildfestival.co.uk 

What are the general site rules? 

No Disposable or Charcoal open flame BBqs. Camping stoves are permitted but MUST be raised of the ground. This is to comply with the Showground regulations 

There will be random car searches upon entry, and, everyone will be searched upon entry to the arena 

Anybody carrying a knife, or drugs, will be removed from site straight away 

Where can I get more information? 

Please email us on info@callofthewildfestival.co.uk 

We will be adding more information on this page as we announce different things for the festival. 

There will be a detailed set of information sent out to all those attending the festival prior to the event. 

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Additional covid 19 frequently asked questions

I happily rolled my ticket over from May to September but now I would like a full refund. I realise I missed the refund deadline date but can I still get my money back?  

We will accommodate all refund requests. However, the reason a deadline was installed was purely for us to set out realistic goals in the endeavour to still bring you a second edition of COTW Festival.   

From the initial refund requests we set aside a large amount of funds & then look at our remaining balance to figure out what working capital remains. From that we created a new business plan & began (almost from scratch) rebuilding the festival.   

Large deposits & band fees still had to be paid.  

With that in mind we ask that you please be patient regarding the possible timescale (approx 10 weeks) to now honour refunds.   

If I feel like I may have Covid 19 symptoms can I still turn up to be checked by your medical team?  

No. If you feel that you may have symptoms please do not travel. Stay at home & Stay safe. And keep others safe. You won’t lose your money as we will automatically replace your ticket for one in May 2021.  

I don’t want to wear a mask if I’m standing in front of the stage. How will you enforce this rule?  

First of all, and most important of all, we take everyone’s health & safety extremely seriously. Our measures are in place to protect not only you but everyone else near you, which includes; band members, crew, security, stewards,press & photographers.  

Anyone that does not adhere to this simple but important request will be removed from the front of stage area.    

If I buy a ticket for September & the festival does not actually happen due a second wave of Covid 19, can I request an immediate refund?  

Generally we would happily issue instant refunds. However, these are challenging times and our industry is in a very precarious period. The challenges that lay ahead are not likely to get much easier in the near future. So, we MUST highlight the terms in which you agree to purchase a ticket for September 2020, and if there is another postponement your ticket automatically rolls over to 21st - 23rd May.   

PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THOSE TERMS  

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All Festival correspondence should be directed to: info@callofthewildfestival.co.uk  

All Press enquiries should be directed to: Mark Davies: press@callofthewildfestival.co.uk

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