Skiddle guarantee that we have the lowest booking fees available for Bluedot Festival tickets. We are an official primary ticket outlet and all tickets are processed and dispatched by Skiddle direct to you. All our tickets are sold at face value and originate directly from the event organiser.
How much are Bluedot tickets?
Adult weekend camping tickets start from £158, with 11-15 years starting from £87 and 6-10 years at £27.50. Children under 5 go free.
What happens If I bought a ticket and cannot attend?
Unfortunately, we can’t issue you with a refund if you can’t make the event due to work commitments or your mates have dropped out. In these circumstances, we advise passing on your tickets privately to avoid losing out on the money spent.
Refunds can only be offered if the event is cancelled or postponed, as agreed upon purchase.
How do I access my tickets?
Depending on your delivery method (RaidScan or Posted) you can view your order at any time in your order history or the 'my tickets' section of the Skiddle app. From here you will be able to check the status of your delivery or access your RapidScan tickets.
When is Bluedot 2022?
Bluedot returns to Jodrell Bank Observatory from Thursday 21nd July to Monday 24th July 2022.
Where is Bluedot?
Bluedot is located in Cheshire as part of Manchester University, The Jodrell Bank Observatory. The postcode to take you directly to the site is SK11 9DW.
Does Bluedot have onsite camping?
Yes, Bluedot has on-site camping. There are varied options of camping available to suit all needs.
Does Bluedot have any age restrictions?
Bluedot Festival is suitable for all ages with plenty of science and art activities for the family to enjoy. You may be asked to show photo ID.
Can I bring my own food and drink into Bluedot?
You are allowed to bring food and drink to the campsite however you are not allowed to bring your own food and drink into the festival site. There will be a wide variety of food and drink stalls inside the festival, serving up organic, vegetarian and vegan options.
What are the set times?
The set times are generally released on the first day of the festival.
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Disabled Access Information
Bluedot Festival are proud to have been awarded the Silver level of Attitude is Everything’s Charter of Best Practice, demonstrating their commitment to improving the live music experience for their deaf and disabled customers.
If you would like more information on the access facilities at the event please email email@example.com. The festival will respond to all enquiries within 5 working days.
If you need to send anything by post, please send it to this address:
Bluedot Access Team Office 102 19 Lever Street Manchester M1 1AN
Bluedot is a four-day festival set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside. The festival work closely with Attitude is Everything to provide an event site, which is accessible.
Please note: The accessibility facilities are reserved to festival goers with disabilities so unfortunately broken legs, recent injuries, recent operations, elderly and pregnant women do not qualify.
Travelling to/from the festival
How do I get to Bluedot?
By Car - The festival site is approximately 30 minutes from Manchester City Centre and 50 minutes from Liverpool city Centre.
By Coach - Tuned In Travel is the partner travel company, supplying coaches from Manchester, Sheffield, Stockport, Chester, London – Friday Only, Chorlton, Fallowfield – Friday Only, Liverpool, Macclesfield and Warrington.
By Rail - We recommend travelling to Macclesfield train station, from Manchester the journey will take 20 minutes and London 1 hour and 45 minutes.
Map of Hotels near festival site
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The history of Bluedot Festival
Bluedot began in 2016.
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