Our event takes place in the lovely countryside of Bungay on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders. Situated between the towns of Bungay and Halesworth, off the A144, the site is easy to find and all maps and directions will be sent with tickets.
Access to the site is from mid afternoon Thursday. The event starts with an opening evening concert programme on the Thursday night. The event ends at 12.30am on the Sunday evening.
You can stay over on the Sunday evening but we would request that you leave the site by midday on the Monday.
The World Music Workshop Festival offers you the option of camping or staying in local accommodation. For campers, we have ample space for tents, caravans or live-in vehicles. On site there will be ten portable toilets which will be serviced daily, together with ample water points for washing and water supplies. We also have a hot shower unit which will be available day and night throughout the event.
We separate cars from tents to allow for ease of access on and off the site. Cars will be parked next to the camping area so there's no real distance to access your cars for lock-up and valuables etc. we will make concessions on this for caravans and live-in vehicles. In case of inclement weather there may be restricted access for vehicles.
Note we cannot provide electrical hook ups for live in vehicles. Live in vehicles will be segragated from tents to reduce the risk of fire.
Our on-site cafe will be serving meat and vegetarian breakfasts, lunches and evening meals as well as hot and cold drinks and snacks etc at very reasonable prices. You of course have the option of self catering but, we ask that you do not make camp fires and only use barbeques and camping stoves for cooking. Litter bins and skips will be located around the site for rubbish.
For those not intending to camp, the towns of Bungay and Halesworth are a short drive away, and have numerous B & B and hotel accommodation. For lists, we suggest you contact the local tourist office or click on the link below which lists local accommodation in the area from hotels to guesthouses: