- The Thorner TCF ticketing system is closed for applications and Festival Republic will be issuing e-tickets to the email addresses you have supplied throughout this week
- Tickets will be issued in batches and may arrive at different times EVEN IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD.
- The physical address on the ticket will be for the resident(s) who purchased the ticket. That is quite normal and Festival Republic will be aware of that. You will NOT need to show proof of address, despite what it says on the ticket.
- Please be patient and only make contact if you haven’t received your tickets by 21 August. Contact details are at the foot of this notice
Children under 13
- Children aged under 13 at the time of the festival will not need tickets as long as they are entering the site with a ticket holding adult.
- You should take some proof of age in case children are challenged about their age
- Ticket users should take their e-ticket together with photo ID to the wristband exchange at Yellow Gate Bramham Road from Wednesday 25 August 1400 onwards
Festival Covid19 Entry Requirement
- Please read the information for ticket holders and also the requirements for re-testing on the Leeds Festival Website
- Thorner Resident parking will once again be in the Nova Scotia Farm field adjacent to Yellow Gate. Car park passes will be issued electronically along with e-tickets
- In the interests of safety, we would ask residents to catch the free shuttle bus. The roads are not safe for walking, they are not lit and have no verges in many places.
- The bus will operate on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It will run every 30 minutes, or sooner if full, from 11:30 at the Mexborough Arms. The last bus back, will leave Yellow Gate at 03:00 each day.
- Pick up and drop off points are as in previous years, The Mexborough Arms, the top of Church Hill and inside Yellow Gate.
- Wristbands for the bus are not required but please be reminded that the bus is only for Thorner residents and their household guests.
- Please be respectful at the pick up points regarding queueing and allow those who are there before you to get on first. If you have to wait for the next bus it will soon be back to collect you.
- When getting off in Thorner late at night please be quiet to respect your fellow villagers.
- We will continue to provide updates and further information on this page over the coming days.
- For all matters relating to ticketing and the shuttle bus the contact point is Wayne Young . firstname.lastname@example.org
- For village access, and road closures, the contact is the Village Liaison Manager Marcus Griffiths who can be reached at email@example.com
Thorner Community Fund