FAQ

Taking the opportunity of outdoor gatherings allowing for 500 attendees, we present to you, The OUT 500. The venue is licensed and alcohol will be on sale

Events in 2021 Clanstival: 19th – 22nd March 2021

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How can I get a refund of my Online Interactive Digital Festival Ticket?

A mailer will be sent out on 15th June 2020 with instructions. Should you need further assistance, please contact leigh@clanstival.org, we are happy to chat with you.

How can I be involved?

Submissions are currently closed for Performers. We still have space open for stalls & crew volunteers. Please email leigh@clanstival.org to get involved

Can I buy an individual ticket?

Yes, tickets are available in Group and individual Tickets

Demarcated Campsites & Stage Stands

Campsites are designated & demarcated, for your convenience & for purposes of being social distance compliant. Campsites can be reserved along with sites in front of the stage; for an additional R500. Alternatively sites are available on a first come first served basis, at no additional charge

Can I bring my own alcohol?

The OUT 500 is held on a licensed venue and alcohol WILL be sold on site, please don’t BYO, it won’t be allowed through the gate.

Clanstival is an Alcohol-free festival and none will be sold on site.

Do I have to camp?

Campsites are designated and all attendees are encouraged to enjoy the full experience. We understand that some groups may prefer to come and go over the days; that is 100% fine too. But there will still only be one ticket type. Buy

Do I need to bring food and drinks?

There will be delicious foods and drinks available to buy on site. But feel free to bring whatever you need as basics.

Will it be too noisy that my children won’t be able to sleep?

Whilst we can’t guarantee who your “neighbours” will be, or whose Dad will snore the loudest, we do have a “no noise past 9pm” policy; and the last act ends at 9pm.

What about smoking?

There will be designated smoking areas in the public arena, and smoking at campsites is permitted. 1st rule of smoking, no butts. 2nd rule of smoking, NO BUTTS.

Are campfires permitted?

For safety of all attendees, we do not permit campfires. But there will be communal bonfires & braai areas for all to enjoy.

What must I bring?

ID/Drivers Licence
Warm Clothes
Hot Clothes
Swimming costume (Swimming Dam)
SUNSCREEN
Towels (Showers Provided)
Bicycles (Plenty MTB tracks)
Zapper App
Tents
Camping chairs
Sunglasses
Smiles
And of course…your Friends & Family ♡

Facilities

Pre-demarcated Campsites
Permanent Structure Restrooms
Artisan Stalls
Food Market
Mountain Bike Trails
Dirt Bike Trails
Communal Bonfires
Zipline
Rock Climbing
Fresh Spring Swimming
Craft Halls
Hiking
And of course, some of the best entertainment in SA

Are there wild animals?

We are very fortunate to be situated in Nottingham Road on the border of the Fort Nottingham Conservancy, so wildlife is abundant. There are many buck, rabbits, jackals, birds of prey, monkeys, frogs and Bush pigs. With the volume of people, they most likely won’t venture close but NB: DO NOT LEAVE, OR SLEEP WITH, FOOD IN YOUR TENT.

Will there be medical services?

Paramedics and a Doctor will be in attendance and on standby.

Clanstival is a Registered Trademark Clanstival Cultural Arts NPC is a registered Nonprofit Company
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