Unfortunately camping facilities are not available at Fuse, so overnight camping will only be available to stall holders and staff for security purposes. The closest camp site is at Fullbrook Farm www.fullbrookfarm.co.uk which is about two miles from the Festival.
The music at Fuse starts at 7.00pm Friday, 12.30pm Saturday and 12.00 noon on the Sunday. The gates will be open at least half an hour before the music starts on Friday and Saturday and at around 10.30am on the Sunday.
You are more than welcome to bring your own food and soft drinks to Fuse. This year we’ll have our brilliantly stocked bar as always, unfortunately, we can’t allow alcohol to be brought on site due to compliance constraints. To keep Fuse free and sustainable all revenue raised at the bar goes straight back into covering the festival costs! We hope you’ll be there to join us in the sunshine!
We know your dogs are part of the family so well behaved dogs are welcome to Fuse. Dogs must always be kept under strict control and on short leads. Always clean up after your pets. Free poop bags are available from the stewards. Owners will be responsible for any damage caused by their pets. If your pet does not have a friendly temperament, please don’t bring it!
No, entry to Fuse is FREE to everyone. The Fuse Festival is a community arts festival run and organised by Lichfield Arts and costs around £30,000 to put on. It is funded by donations, sponsorship and other fund raising throughout the year and during the festival, so please if you see a steward with a collection bucked give a donation however small, every penny helps to keep Fuse alive!
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