Off the Beaten Track – Rudry Music Festival is a community festival, with all profit donated to Rudry Parish Hall for the benefit of the Communities of Rudry, Waterloo and Draethen.
Off the Beaten Track supports SANE.
SANE is a leading UK mental health charity working to improve quality of life
for anyone affected by mental illness.
The hall has disabled parking, level access for wheelchairs and there is a disabled toilet available. Access to the field is via a grass ramp which is easily accessible unless the weather is very wet. For those pitching a tent please contact the organisers so that vehicle access and overnight disabled toilets can be arranged.
To comply with our alcohol licence please don’t bring any of your own alcohol into the hall or onto the festival field. A reasonably priced bar will be selling local beer and cider plus a range of other drinks throughout the day. Anyone found buying alcohol for people under 18’s will be asked to leave the festival. You are welcome to bring your own alcohol if you are pitching a tent but please don’t bring alcohol onto the festival site.
A range of lovely food will be available throughout the festival day and also for a “pick-me- up” Saturday and Sunday breakfast.
Smoking in the UK is now banned in all enclosed public places and so please don’t smoke in any of the public marquees or in the hall. Areas where you cannot smoke will have “no smoking” signs, so please adhere to them.
Guests may be searched on entry to Rudry Music Festival and if you are in possession of any illegal substance you will be refused entry and the police may be informed.
Fires and BBQ’s
To avoid fire risks and nuisance to neighbouring properties please do not light any open fires or BBQ’s on site.
Please don’t bring any of the following with you.....dogs (other than registered assistance dogs), fireworks, Chinese lanterns, glass bottles, amplified music systems or generators.