FAQ

FAQ:

 

Q: Is there an age restriction at Higher Vision? 

A: Higher Vision is an over 18's festival and legal identification is required. If you're travelling via the Express Train or Festival Buses your I.D will be checked before you're allowed on board.  If you're travelling by private coach hire your I.D will be checked before you're allowed onto the shuttle bus from Dundalk Greyhound Track to the festival.

Q: What does BYOB mean? 

A: Higher Vision is a BYOB festival which means you can BRING YOUR OWN BEER. 

Q: What time does the festival start at? 

A: Higher Vision starts at 2pm.

Q: How much alcohol can I bring to Higher Vision?

Attendees are permitted to bring one of the following:

8 x 500ml Cans Beer/Cider
1.5 litres x Wine
1 x 70cl Bottle of Spirits

Visit www.drinkaware.ie for information on responsible drinking.

Q: Can I bring glass to the festival? 

A: Higher Vision is a leave no trace festival so we ask all attendees to only bring cans and plastic bottles, in the event that you do arrive to Higher Vision with glass on your person, we'll require you to decant it into a plastic bottle at the front gate (we'll have plastic bottles readily available for purchase for you).

Q: Is this a camping festival? 

A: Higher Vision is a one day, non-camping festival, festival buses/trains will take all attendees home when the festival has finished. 

Q. How do you get to Higher Vision? 

A: Please refer to our Transport section on the site for how to get to the festival.

Q: Is there Parking on site? 

A: Please refer to our Transport section on the site for how to get to the festival.

Q: Will there be lockers provided for storage of valuables/bags?

A: Gig Lockers will be provided for the duration of the festival. 

Q: Is there an age restriction?

A: Higher Vision is an 18+ festival, please bring appropriate identification. 

Q: Will there be a bar on site?

A: As Higher Vision is a BYOB festival we didn't feel the necessity to provide a bar area, we will however have an extensive soft drinks and refreshments area as well as a food area which will cater for every taste and dietary requirement. 

What not to bring:

- Fireworks/Airhorns

- Glass

- Animals (except guide dogs)

- Anything that could be considered a dangerous weapon i.e swiss army knives, 

Condition of Entry: 

It is a condition of entry on our licence that you allow yourself and your belongings to be searched by the Police or Security. They will carry out random searches when you are entering the festival campsite and arena. Do not attempt to bring in illegal substances as you stand a very real chance of being caught.