Boomtown welcomes every generation into our city, and there are many families who enjoy the unique experience that Boomtown has to offer.
In 2021, as we reset to start from Chapter One: The Gathering, there will be some changes to the festival from when it last took place in 2019, As part of this evolution, there will be changes in experience for our ever growing Boomtown Families!
As we all know, it's nearly impossible for a family to travel light, and there are lots of logistical questions to consider when you plan your trip, around arrival, setting up camp and departure so that it all runs as smoothly as possible!
This FAQ section will be updated over the coming months. In the meantime, here’s an overview of all the facilities available but if you have any specific questions please email us email@example.com and we will be in touch directly.
What will Kidztown look like in 2021?
Kidztown is no longer a stand-alone District. There is a new family area, which is smaller The full details will be released over the coming months.
Is there any dedicated family entertainment?
Boomtown’s many districts do have entertainment that is suitable for families; from a range of artists and music, hidden venues ready to explore and many performers and actors all over the City. More information on specific family entertainment will be released over the coming months.
Are kids tickets free?
Yes! Kids under 12 come for FREE! But each child must still have a ticket booked. These can be added to adult tickets when booking through TheTicketSellers.
How do I buy a Teen ticket?
Teen tickets (13-17) can only be purchased by calling TheTicketSellers on 0121 472 6688. They can only be purchased after parents/guardians (aged 30+) purchased theirs. All teen ticket holders must be accompanied by the parent / guardian who purchased their teen ticket.
We have a child ticket from last year but our child has now turned 13. Can we still use this ticket?
If your child is aged 13 - 17 they will need a teen ticket. Please contact the TicketSellers directly and they amend your order for you. You can get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 0121 472 6688.
Is there a dedicated family camping?
Yes, there is dedicated, secure quiet tented camping that can be found on our flat camping ground that is specifically for families with dedicated facilities. It’s attached to South Campsite Village.
What facilities will be available in the family camping area?
In the family camping area you will find a campsite hub and meeting point, children’s toilets, showers and baby changing, plus a kids welfare and lost children point. More info will follow on this and will be updated here and via our social channels but if you have any specific questions please contact email@example.com
Is there a dedicated area for Family campervans?
Yes, there is a secure family live-in vehicle campsite with children's toilets next to the main live in campervan field. Please note this is now located in a different field to the main kids area and facilities.
Can the rest of my family camp in the family field with us?
Yep! As long as everyone in your camp respects your fellow camping families.
Where is family camping?
Family camping has changed location from previous years and an updated map will be provided a couple of months before the festival.
All information on family car parks, routing and getting around site will be updated over the coming months.
What are the top tips for families attending Boomtown?
We pulled together a selection of our most helpful tips for families coming to Boomtown - if you've got any more get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org.