Fire in the Mountain 1st - 5th June 2023
Camps in April and August 2022.

Fire in the Mountain Festival: Campsites open at noon on 1st June and close noon on Monday 6th June. Music starts 7pm 2nd June 2022
Campfire in the Mountain and Family Camp in August 2022. Crafts Camp in April 2022


The Dates of the Festival

1st June - 6th June 2022
The Box Office and Campsites open at noon on 1st June 2022. This is when you can arrive and camp.
Live Music Starts on Thursday Night at 7pm. Thursday 2nd June is a Bank Holiday thanks to The Queen of England.
All other Activties and Fun start on Friday 3rd June in the morning.
The Festival ends on Sunday Night, the 5th June 2022
Campsites close at noon on Monday 6th June

We can't wait to have fun in the mountains with you all

Tickets go on Sale on 1st December 2021

Ticket Information

We're again attempting a tiered ticket system to attempt to make the event fairer.

The Plan:
Low Income For people who really are struggling to make ends meet at the moment.
Average Ticket Price This is what our budget says we need to charge to cover the event.
high Income If you are confortable and have a decent income, please consider paying a little more. For each of these tickets we release more low income tickets.
Benefactor Ticket Our festival is not-for-profit and is made possible by countless people working for cheap or free.... this ticket is a massive thank you to everyone... if you can afford to give something back over and above. Thank you.

A very helpful person sent in this matrix to help you decide if you are Low Income, Average or a High Earner.

High Earner Average Low Income
I am comfortably able to meet all of my basic needs. I may stress about meeting my basic needs but still regularly achieve them. I frequently stress about meeting basic needs and don’t always achieve them.
I may have some debt but it does not prohibit attainment of basic needs. I may have some debt but it does not prohibit attainment of basic needs. I have debt and it sometimes prohibits me from meeting my basic needs.
I own my home or property or I rent a higher-end property. I can afford public transport and often private transport. If I have a car/access to a car I can afford petrol. I rent lower-end properties or have unstable housing.
I can afford public and private transport. If I have a car/access to a car I can afford petrol. I am employed. I sometimes can’t afford public or private transport. If I own a car/have access to a car, I am not always able to afford petrol.
I have regular access to healthcare. I have access to health care. I am unemployed or underemployed.
I have access to financial savings. I might have access to financial savings. I qualify for government and/or voluntary assistance including: food banks and benefits.
I have an expendable income. I have some expendable income. I have no access to savings.
I can always buy new items. I am able to buy some new items and I buy others second hand. I have no or very limited expendable income.
I can afford an annual holiday or take time off. I can take a holiday annually or every few years without financial burden. I rarely buy new items because I am unable to afford them.

I cannot afford a holiday or have the ability to take time off without financial burden.

Sustainable Travel Initative

We have to make a change. There is a Climate Emergency.

Vehicular Transportation is the largest cause of greenhouse gas emissions for any event or festival, often accounting for 80-90% of total emissions. There is a climate emergency and we all must act. We are launching a 5 year plan to reduce car and van use to all but the most essential vehicles, all of which will eventually have to off-set. It's bold, it's brave, it's undoubtedly going to be unpopular to some, but we'll do our best.

The Plan:
Increase Car Parking Charge to £20 per car.
Directly subsidise Coaches from Car Parking Charge, using all the money raised to subsidise coaches.
Subsudused Shuttle Bus from Train Station (price tbc,fuel prices are going mad)
Coach Ambassador Scheme. Find 10+ People, we'll send you a coach or a minibus.
Free minibuses for crew
Free parking and charging for EVs
Promote Car Sharing, Cycling and Coach Travel
Carbon Off-Set option for drivers via our ticket page

Let's do this people

Be a Coach Ambassador

Be A Coach Ambassador: if you can get 10 or more people together from your location, we will send you a cheap (cost price) coach or minibus. Take the stress out of the journey... enjoy the view, start the party early, let someone else do the driving! We are teaming up with a festival coach supplier to organise our travel... Contact Us.

REGISTER INTEREST FOR A COACH HERE! Please fill in this quick form and our travel gnomes will get to work.

Shuttles from Aberystwyth Train Station

We've halved the price of the shuttle from Aberystwyth Train Station to site (subsidised from parking charges). Time table will appear here soon, but should meet every train.

Cycle to the Festival

We are not running the organised cycle rides this year, but still recommend the beautiful (and flat!) ride along the cycle paths by the Ystwyth River from Aberystwyth to the festival site. You can still dump your bags on the shuttle and cycle the 10 miles to the festival


More info on the Cycle Route along the Ystwyth River by clicking this link

Car Parking

£20 Weekend Car Parking Charge. It costs us over £7000 to facilitate cars and vans; Stewards and Parking Marshalls, extra security, renting a field, and all that expensive, heavy and horrid to handle temporary road matting. We need to cover those costs and will use anything left to subsidise sustainable transport incentives. We are a remote event for a lot of people, and will do our best to provide affordable and easy options to anyone, anywhere. We will see how this pilot year goes, but we are likely to increase parking year on year to help everyone go green. Driving a car should be a luxury, not a necessity.


There are two camping areas: in the main field close to the canvas courtyard and Adventure Camping (short walk from main gate).

Traditional Canvas Bell Tents available for hire either Furnished or unfurnished. Bell tents will be pitched ready for your arrival in one of the sites beautiful meadows on the banks of a stream, with ample shade and access to facilities.

The prices below are just for the hire of the tent, and don't include your tickets. It's advisable to contact David from Great British Glamping direct, then you don't pay a booking fee.

Fully Furnished Couples Bell Tent (4m, Tent for 2) £326
Fully Furnished Family Bell Tent (5m, for families or larger groups) £425
Unfurnished Large Bell Tent (5m) £225
Plus £100 refundable security deposit and booking fee.
Please contact your host David Winterflood

Families & Children

As well as the vast natural playground of woodland, hills and streams, we have a varied programme of interactive activities and entertainment for all ages. We’ll be based in the colourful marquees opposite the Travelling Barn stage. Details of the 2022 programme will be published in April

Food & Drink


We have gone a step further to eliminate plastic waste by only ordering milk in reusable returnable glass bottles... the oldest things are sometimes the best things....

Our bars are run an Ale and Cider Festival, with a massive selection of locally sourced Ales and Ciders.

Remember to stop by The Crafty Mare, a Gin Bar hosted by the wonderful team who own and run our Local Pub Y Ffarmers.


Facilities we do provide: Accessible camping and parking at top of camping field and accessible toilet facilities. What we can't provide; Accessible Showers. Most of the main site is on flat ground with some uneven surfaces which are slippy when muddy. We try our best to improve the ground under these circumstances. The courtyard by the main stage is quite stoney but wheelchair is accessible. The Dingly Dell, Healing Area and Workshop Tent are down a sloped track which is best avoided when muddy. Stewards will be patrolling regularly and can provide information and assistance. The festival is held on an old farm, and we do our best.


We welcome our furry friends but dogs must be kept on a lead and under control at all times. Poop must be scooped straight away and disposed of responsibly in the area provided. There are lots of animals, children and other dogs at the festival and we want everyone to feel safe. There are plenty of great walking areas bordering the site. Please be aware that you will be asked to leave the festival if you don't comply with this and we don't really want to have to do that. Lastly, due to the presence of livestock in adjoining fields, we recommend you remain vigilant at all times, as farmers do not take kindly to distress to their livestock.

Local Accommodation

Vegetarian Bed and Breakfast.


This is not a pop up tent and can of Tuborg festival: the farm is in remote mid-Wales, in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains. We recommend you bring a good quality tent, something warm to sleep on and in, sturdy boots with ankle support, waterproof bottoms and tops, a torch, sun cream, your swimwear, and an instrument. Contact


Question: "My tickets for the festival have not arrived in the post - where are they?!"

Answer: FFire in the Mountain runs a paperless ticketing system. Tickets are not sent out - you will be emailed an eTicket on 1st May 2022 It contains your unique ticket code.

If you did not receive the eTicket email please contact

Question: "I only want to come for two days and camp one night, can you make me a special ticket for this?"

Answer: Very Sorry but NO. We are a very small festival, and we like being a very small festival. Camping space is limited on site. If you want to camp, then you need to buy a weekend ticket. However, we are doing day tickets just for the Sunday of the festival. These tickets are available from the box office on Sunday 5th June from 9am and cost £40 (kids under 13 free on Sunday)

Question: "I'm a festival veteran, and back in the day, all festivals were free and I could rock up and set up my soundsystem, party all weekend for all hours, and cook up a vege curry to sell in order cover the diesel costs for my massive live in a bus. Are you guys just capitalists?"

Answer: Since the days of the peace convoy and castlemorton, much legislation has been passed curtailing and controlling outdoor events. Whilst we hold dear the ethos of the free festival movement, we are legally bound to provide certain facilities and infrastructure necessary to hold a safe and accessible event for everyone. We aspire to become a sustainable, local, family friendly annual event, and to strike the right balance between the impact of the event on our neighbours and the surrounding community, involvement and enrichment of the local economy, and to provide a safe space for the creative endeavours of our bands, participants and audience. Any profit made by the festival have to be, by our constitution, reinvested into the farm on which it is held, and to improve the event for future years.

Question: Where does my money go?