Lichfield Fuse Festival

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the questions we often get asked about Fuse, if you have any questions that are not answered below then please feel free to email fuse@lichfieldarts.org.uk or use the form at the bottom of this page, and we’ll do our best to answer your queries.

Lichfield Fuse Festival is a FREE festival – yes, FREE!  So there is no need to buy a ticket – just turn up and enjoy but donations are much needed to help keep the festival going.

Friday: 19:00 to 22:00

Saturday: 12:00 to 22:00

Sunday: 11:00-18:00

Unfortunately camping facilities are not available at Fuse, so overnight camping will only be available to stall holders and security staff.

You are more than welcome to bring your own food and soft drinks to Fuse (no glass bottles please). We have our own bar for the sale of alcohol – we can’t allow alcohol to be brought on site due to licensing constraints. In any case, to keep Fuse free and sustainable all revenue raised at the bar goes straight back into covering the festival costs – without our bar revenue Fuse simply would not happen!

Of course! We would love to see them being used again. We do have a 2018 version, sponsored by two great businesses and they only cost £1. Cheers!

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 and there will be water bowls on the site. 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! There will be dog water bowls on site too!

Yes. The ground is flat and entrance to tents is all on one level. There will be a raised platform at the back of the larger Evolution Stage tent for wheelchair users.

Yes, that’s a great idea for the main arena area. If you want to use it within a performance tent then please place it at the far side or back and consider other audience members. If the act is very popular then stewards may ask you to move so that the maximum number of people can fit in the tent.

We aim to cut down on waste at Fuse and would appreciate festival goers taking their own rubbish back home with them. There will be black bins around the site which will be used for all waste – our skip provider will sort the recyclables from it.

We have asked our food traders to be mindful of their plastics use and hope that this can be kept to a minimum.

No. Lichfield District Council prohibits the use of drones in its parks.

 

Have a question?

Use the form below to submit your questions.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Please enter your question here: