Saturday/Sunday combined, under 18, under 5 and Saturday only tickets are sold out.

How can we contact Cursus Cider & Music Festival?
The best way to contact is to email and we will get back to you asap.

When and where is Cursus Cider & Music Festival?
The festival takes place at Canada Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, SP5 5RX between Friday 24th and Sunday 26th May 2019.

When do the gates open?
The gates open at 1pm on Friday, 9am on Saturday and Sunday. They close at 9pm each night for arrivals.

What else is there to do at Cursus Cider and Music Festival?
As well as the live music there will be a bar serving the best local ciders, ales & a selection of spirits and soft drinks. Food will be served by throughout the festival starting each day with a great breakfast menu and then moving on to some hearty meals and snacks. Our caterers have options for Vegans and Vegetarians.

There will also be face-painting, a record store and some home grown DJ’s.

Can you bring your own food and drink?
You can bring your own food and drink for consumption in the camping area but you cannot bring it into the main arena. Glass bottles, containers or drinks vessels are not allowed on site and will be confiscated at the gate.
See T&C’s below for alcohol limits.
Open fires and BBQ’s are not allowed.
If you are cooking please use a small gas camping stove.

Parking and camper vans/caravans:
Cars need a parking pass (with the exception of day ticket holders). If you are bringing a vehicle to sleep in such as a campervan/caravan or trailer tent then you will need a live in vehicle pass.

Can you pay by credit card at the bar or food counters?
There is not a good enough phone or internet service for us to be able to take card payments. There are cash machines either in Blandford or Salisbury if you run out of cash.

Can I bring my dog?
Yes, well behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead and any poops cleaned up!

Terms & Conditions for Cursus 2019

  • Tickets cannot be exchanged, refunded or transferred after purchase.

  • The right of admission is reserved.

  • You must keep your festival wristband on at all times. Persons without a wristband will be asked to leave the site.


  • Personal alcohol limits on entry to campsite are 12 cans beer/cider or 3 litre wine (boxes only). Strictly no spirits.

  • No alcohol allowed on re-entry.

  • No open fires or BBQ’s.

  • No illegal drugs, nitrous oxide or legal highs can be brought onto the site.

  • If you are fortunate to look younger than 25 you will be asked for ID on entry. No ID, No admittance.

  • There will be a very limited number of day tickets.

  • Strobe lighting will be used at the festival.

  • Anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and offenders will be ejected from the site.

  • No petrol generators or un-authorised sound systems are allowed on site.

  • The management reserve the right to alter the advertised programme at any time.

    Any questions that are not answered here please email: