It is important to know that there are NO bus services to the fort. Below are some taxi numbers from Stirling which has a station only 12km from Duncarron Medieval Village. Both taxi companies know the location of the fort and are aware of the festival.
01786 343434 - Stirling Taxis
01786 81 11 11 - Saturn Taxis
Artist Submissions now closed! We are full to the brim. We would like to say very many thanks to all of the fabulous artist that have gotten in touch - we are thrilled with your inclusion in the festival. If your submission was unsuccessful, don't loose hope and do try again next year!
Shop at our select retail stalls. With many products made by local artisans. We also have excellent outlets for food and drink.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a trader wishing to attend. Our food trading spots are also now completely full!
Tickets are divided into 'OVERNIGHT' - which includes camping, and 'DAY' - which are (non-camping) day tickets only.
Designated camping areas will be clearly signposted and helpful stewards will be on site to direct you. If you camp outside of these areas you may be asked to move your tent. No caravans. Limited RV tickets available.
Facilities such as toilets and clean bottled water are available on site, however there are NO power points. Don't drink from the river! Absolutely NO Fires!
Bring any necessities with you - there are NO corner shops within any kind of walking distance.
Bring a torch for late night staggering purposes and to deter werewolves.
Also, it is important that you bring insect repellent and any personal medication with you.
Important note: You may be unable to receive any mobile phone or internet signals for mobile devices. If you have an emergency, please go to the nearest 1st aid crew member or steward for advice.
Carpool if you can. Each vehicle requires a parking pass which will be 'DAY' or 'OVERNIGHT'. Not every person IN the vehicle, JUST the vehicle...!
Buy in advance not on the gate - there won't be a space left for you if you don't. Stewards will guide those with parking tickets to a good parking spot.
There will be disabled toilets available on site and stewards to help out BUT this site is one hell of a challenge with steep paths and stony tracks. Difficulty rating is high. Guide dog owners please please email email@example.com
Natives friendly but weather conditions unpredictable! It could do anything...bring sunscreen, waterproofs, midge repellent and wellies. Bikini wear is unlikely but not impossible...
All lost property should be taken to the main building at the bottom of the site.
If you find anything that doesn't belong to you, please be kind and take it there. Alternatively you can hand it to a steward.
If you lose anything, make an enquiry. If your property is not found on the day, we would request that you leave your contact information and a description of the lost item. We will try and reunite the two of you (if it's there), after the festival.
Children under 12 will be allowed free entry into PANDORAFEST. We would ask that you keep all young ones close at hand. Thank you.
Loud music isn't the nicest thing for pets and pet poop is no fun to scoop, so leave 'em at home! Guide dog owners please contact the organisers.
Security and First Aiders will be on site. Fingers are crossed that neither will be needed!
Last, but by no means least...PANDORAFEST is an LGBTI friendly event!
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