At Greenbelt, we try to keep our ticket prices as affordable as possible. We want to enable as many people from a wide a variety of backgrounds to access the festival. Below is a list of the concessions tickets available and the ID required.
Concession Ticket Types
One of the following:
65+ Adult Concession
STATUTORY BENEFIT – Adult Concession
Receiving Unemployment Benefit
STATUTORY BENEFIT – Adult Concession
Receiving Disabled Living Allowance/ Incapacity Benefit/PIP
SINGLE PARENT – Adult Concession
STUDENT – Adult Concession
FIRST TIME FAITH LEADER / YOUTH LEADER / COMMUNITY LEADER*
Faith, Youth & Community Leaders
A link to your Church or organisation’s website showing your position
OR bring with you to the festivalA photocopy of church notices/magazine/information sheet
|If you registered disabled or recovering from an operation that will this year, affect your mobility at the festival and require an assistant to enable you to attend the festival, then Greenbelt is happy to provide you with an extra ticket for them, free of charge.|
Proof of ID registered in your name, such as valid DLA, PIP document, a Blue Badge or a relevant medical document confirming your recent restriction of mobility.
*Faith, youth and community leader concession tickets are only available to a person in full-time employment in a leadership or pastoral capacity (such as clergy or youthworker) at your place of work.
Submitting your documents
Please note: you will need to bring your e-ticket and proof of ID to the festival to collect your weekend wristband.
If you think you are eligible for one of the above concessions but do not have the evidence required, please contact the office on 020 7329 0039.
If you are eligible for a concession ticket, but able to pay more, please consider making a top-up donation when buying your ticket.
How to apply
Applications are now open. You can fill out the form below or click on the link to open it in a new browser window.
(You might also want to take a look at the range of concession and discounted tickets and volunteering opportunities we have on offer for the festival.)
How we make our decision
We can’t support everyone, so to help our decision-making please do give as much detail as possible in your application. We may have to come back to you for further information.
We are looking for applications that give a sense of how attending Greenbelt might benefit you/your nominee and why the Open Festival scheme is absolutely the only way in for you/your nominee.
You might especially want to think about refugees and asylum seekers in your churches and communities who you could nominate and then bring.
We do sometimes support repeat applications over a number of festivals, but in those cases we are looking for evidence of a move toward self-sufficiency or development in that time.
If you are successful, you will receive a free ticket/s that covers entrance to the festival and the use of our camping fields. Greenbelt cannot provide expenses to cover your travel or any accommodation costs. If you will be bringing a car or camper van then you will need to include this in your application.
We close for applications at the end of May. And successful applicants will be notified by the end of June.
“Our church is in an area of deprivation, both social and financial, [but] with the help of Open Festival we have enabled young people to come who now volunteered this year.”
Vicar, 2012 and 2013 recipient
“A BIG THANK YOU for the tickets and a wonderful weekend. All of them enjoyed the weekend and experience greatly and are still raving and talking about it four weeks later. One of the outcomes of taking them to Greenbelt is that three young people decided they would like to volunteer at our youth project. Another feedback was that it gave them a different cultural experience and allowed them to have a moment break from their troubles, issues & struggles.”
Youth group leader, 2012 recipient