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2023 Warrior Festival will be held at the Roman villa, Morton Old Road, Brading, Isle of Wight, PO36 0PH


If you are travelling to us using a sat nav, please use the postcode PO36 0EN


Take the A3055 from Ryde to Sandown. After leaving Brading turn right 300 metres past the traffic lights, into Morton Old Road, then follow the signs to Brading Roman Villa.


Take the Southern Vectis Bus Service Number 3 from Ryde or Sandown and ask the driver for Brading Roman Villa. Follow the signs after alighting.



Take the Island Line train service to Brading Station, then walk through The village towards Sandown and follow the signs to Brading Roman Villa after the Yarbridge crossroads.

01983 640240


Parking for Warrior Festival is free of charge, and on arrival you will be directed to a designated parking space within the parking fields. Once parked it is only a short walk to the arena. 

Please do not park in the surrounding areas as we want to respect local residents. 

More parking and access information will be available soon.

Disabled Parking
We have designated disabled parking that is close to the arena for easy access. This will only be permitted if you have a visible disabled badge on arrival.

Anyone with a valid camping pass will need to display or show the passes on arrival and you will be directed to your pitch, this includes Campervans and Caravans. Only 1 car is permitted per pitch. Any other vehicles will need to be parked in the main car park.


On arrival you will be asked to show your ticket/vouchers and then you will be given your wristbands. If you require to purchase wristbands you can do so at the entrance, please remember these are limited. More ticket information found HERE



Random Bag searches will be carried out to look for any items that are not permitted into the festival arena. This are as follow:


·      Glass

·      Candles

·      Smoke canisters

·      Knives

·      Illegal substances

·      Legal Highs

·      Nitrous Oxide

·      Laser pens

·      Megaphones

·      Fireworks

·      Food & Drinks – please see the following section for permitted items.

·      Flares

·      BBQ’s

·      Animals (other than registered guide or hearing dogs)

·      Any items which may be used as a weapon


Any of the items above found will be removed and will be disposed of.


Anyone found with illegal substances with be removed from the festival, and tickets cancelled with no refund.


We try to accommodate for all tastes and datary requirements and help support local businesses, so we ask that you don’t bring food or alcoholic drinks into the festival arena. Water in sealed bottles will be allowed. Some bag searches will be carried out to insure this is met.


If you are camping you are permitted to have your own food and drink in the camp sites. Please see camping information HERE for more details on what you can bring to the campsites.


BBQ’s and any open fires are not permitted in any area of the festival.


If you're bringing a baby, you can bring in formula milk powder to mix up or food in pouches for them, but please no glass. For anyone else, food is only allowed in the Campsites.


Camping style chairs, ground rugs & inflatable seating are allowed on-site, but please be respectful and not place then too close to the stage as people will want to dance. If security, feel you are too close you will be asked to move back. There is plenty of room for both.


Although this is a family event, we have taken the decision to not permit pets into the arena, this is for the safety of everyone including your furry friends. They are however permitted in the main campsite only you have a safe place to leave them. No pets to be left in cars at the campsite. No pets are permitted in the VIP camping area.


If you are an accessible customer please click here for details on how to buy your tickets and other useful information.

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15th July 2023

Date Announced