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BEST MEDIUM SIZED FESTIVAL & PAY WHAT YOU WANT…

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Howdy amigos.

We’re over the moon to announce that we’ve been shortlisted for BEST MEDIUM SIZED FESTIVAL at this year’s UK Festival awards in London.  Wooo! Please do us a solid & vote for us here & you could win a pair of Audio Technica ATH-M50X headphones for your troubles.

PAY WHAT YOU WANT…

As thanks, we’ve decided to give you one last chance to bag Early Bird tickets for 2000trees 2019 with our Pay What You Want scheme.  Simply pay what you what you want now (from just £1) & secure your 2019 ticket to get…

You’ll get instructions via email on how to access your Earlybird priced tickets which you can get until Feb 1st next year.

Simply pay the difference between your pre-reg ticket & an Early Bird ticket before Feb 1st & you’ll still get them at dirt cheap prices.

Terms – See below.

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* Ticket refunds are only available until March 31st by emailing our info@ email address & requesting a refund.

*Guaranteed Early Bird priced tickets must be bought before midnight Feb 1st 2019.
**Zero booking fees if you buy before mindnight Feb 1st 2019.
***Full refunds until March 31st if you change your mind.
Terms. Must upgrade pre register tickets by midnight Feb 1st 2019 to get Early Bird prices. After Feb 1st ticket price reverts to full price. Refunds on full weekend or day tickets only till March 31st. Pay what you want component is non refundable, unless a full ticket is purchased before Feb 1st.

INSTALMENT TICKETS

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Great news amigos, you can now pay for your 2000trees tickets in MONTHLY or WEEKLY instalments.Woo! This means you can spread the cost of your weekend away at 2000trees & not break the bank.

But that’s not all, by opting to pay by Direct Debit you’ll also get the added bonus of…

That way if your plans change, not only do you get dirt cheap tickets spread over smaller, more manageable payments, but you’ll also be able to get all your money back if you change your mind.

It will take you less than 10 seconds to register via the links below & then you can sleep easy knowing your 2000trees ticket will be delivered to your inbox in June/ July without any further effort on your part.

PAY WEEKLY

 

PAY MONTHLY

The first instalment will automatically come out of your account on the first of the month (or asap for weekly payments).  Then every 1st of the month for 4 months (or every week for the weekly payment plan for 16 weeks).

Payments will automatically end after 4 monthly (or 16 weekly) instalments and then we’ll send you your ticket straight to your inbox in June/ July to the email address on your GoCardless account.

Any probs or questions hit us up on tickets@twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk

Ben marwood @2000trees

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2000Trees 2018 was my ninth and probably the best yet. 

Thursday: caught up with Suzie (of Suzie’s) over a tea, made sure Pieminister are still making great pies (they are), rescued a sleepy elephant hawk moth from the floor of the main stage and then took a nap on the forest floor as Jonah Matranga played. The main stage set was one of the shortest half-hours of my life on a stage I could’ve happily spent another hour on, and I was thoroughly blown away by Marmozets on that stage later in the day. I’d been waiting to see them for a while. Excited, I went to find them backstage after my set and only remembered I’m not good with people as it was too late to stop bounding towards them. Spent a while chatting to their drummer who was ace. He mentions they’ve been in a band for a long time, but he is only 23. Sweet Jesus. Really enjoyed At The Drive-In and yelling the lyrics into my girlfriend’s face, little does she know I don’t know many of the words and am just yelping.

Friday, I had work. It was not a good day.

Saturday! Oh, Saturday. Back to the site for an interview with BBC Introducing alongside the handsome Ben Morse. My voice is ropey but has cleared up for my evening set. A lot of people are dressed like bees. I see the excellent Beans on Toast and Will Varley, both recently becoming fathers although Will assures us this was not deliberate synchronisation. Finally after all these years I see Skinny Lister live for the first time and it’s fun and busy. I’m yelling lyrics and I do genuinely know them this time. Backstage in the Forest I find a pine cone next to a hole, pop it in and cover it over, so in a few years the organisers will have to chop a tree down or amend the name. I let the crowd know this from the stage and then realise I have no idea how reproduction in pines works. Watch this space.

In other news, I checked in with the Safe Gigs For Women crew. They remain suitably excellent people fighting an obviously good cause. I have a White Russian and as the night descends, the silent disco comes alive and we bounce around until 3am to cool stuff.. and some Celine Dion. Unpredictable. Kudos to the organisers for another fun year.

 

Press to Meco @2000trees

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Welcome to 2000 Trees – Greatest (small) festival in the world. Upon entering you’ll most likely run into some familiar faces you might’ve met through your local music scene, or you might see someone from a band you like strolling to catch some music on one of the many stages, or maybe they’re just popping to that beautiful wood fired pizza place next to The Cave.

We’ve played here a few times and it holds a special place in our collective band heart. The open mindedness and enthusiasm for music is what makes this festival and its community so special. This year we got to dance together at our full set on the Axiom Stage and we got to cry together at our acoustic set on the Forest Stage. Both sets were special and an honour to have played.

We got the chance to see some of our good friends: Arcane Roots, Black Peaks, Boston Manor, Dream State, Vukovi, Bad Sign, Chapter and Verse, Holding Absence, Shvpes and Haggard cat. All of which were amazing.

We also got to see some new bands which blew us away, specifically: Blood Command, Nervus, Brutus and Phoxjaw.

Of course, all the headliners we’re amazing and Enter Shikari ended the festival in a spectacular fashion.

2000 Trees is a festival that always sends you away with some homework to do. Inevitably as you float from stage to stage, you’ll hear music which piques your interest from a band you’ve not listened to before. Or maybe, as you’ll explain to your friends, you’ve heard OF them but never HEARD them. Either way, you’ll be coming home with a list of new favourite bands and a whole lot of listening to do.

 

CASHLESS REFUNDS

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Howdy folks – The link to request refunds from your cashless wristbands is copied below.

https://refunds.playpass.be/en/events/2000trees-2018

You can do this from Tue, 17 Jul 2018 09:00:00 BST to Fri, 17 Aug 2018 17:00:00 BST.

Any problems please email cashless+2tt@playpass.eu

Don’t forget the dates for 2000trees 2019 are 11th-13th of July and if you buy in the next 7 days you can get all these amazing perks…

1) 20% OFF 2019 tickets

2) ZERO BOOKING FEES

3) FULL REFUNDS.
 

That’s right, if you buy your tickets but then change your mind between now & next March 31st we’ll refund you in full, no questions asked.

That way if your plans change, not only do you get 20% OFF your tickets, you get all your money back if you can’t make it.

How many festivals give you all that?

Just 3 more reasons why 2000trees is the best festival on the planet, right?  While we get back to the big clean up, why don’t you put your feet up, grab a cup of tea & make sure you get your 2019 tickets in the 7 days to get them at the best price… You know it makes sense.

Finally, make sure you let us know your highlights over on our socials & include photos… with #2000trees – We love to see what you got up to.

See you next year!

Cheers,

Si, Andy, Bren, James, Mark & Rob…. & the millions of amazing helpers who make your festival weekend possible.

2019 tickets on sale now at 20% off

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We really want you back next year, so for the next 7 days you can get all these amazing perks…

1) 20% OFF 2019 tickets

2) ZERO BOOKING FEES 

3) FULL REFUNDS.
If you change your mind between now & next March 31st we’ll refund you in full, no questions asked!*

That way if your plans change, not only do you get 20% OFF your tickets and ZERO BOOKING FEES you get all your money back if you change your mind.

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https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/2000trees-2019-tickets-46717578535

You only have 52 weekends a year, make sure 11th-14th of July counts.

* Ticket refunds are only available until March 31st by emailing our info@ email address & requesting a refund.





 

Sign up to our Sales agents program now & start earning. You’ll get your own private ticket link which you share with your friends and when they buy their tickets you earn money. Simples!

How it works – in 5 simple steps

1. Sign up by clicking below.
2. On the next page, click “JOIN THIS PROGRAMME”.
3. Login to Eventbrite (requires account set up on first visit)
4. Click “COPY REFERRAL LINK” on the next page. This is your ticket link.
5.
Share your Referral link with your friends & persuade them to get their tickets from your link.

 

 

 

Terms: Ticket commission payable on 3 or more tickets only (via your link), & will be paid via BACs transfer after the festival.

 

FESTIVAL SAFE

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2000trees has signed up to support Festival Safe, the cross-industry initiative to share harm-reduction and safety advice to festival-goers. So whether you’re a first-timer or a hardened veteran, there is something on Festival Safe for everyone:

www.festivalsafe.com/

 

CASHLESS – WIN FREE SPENDING MONEY

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Pay attention Bond… 2000trees is going completely cashless this year & to make sure you have the best time ever, please read this news post in full & register for a cashless account before you get to the festival,  If you read all the way to the end & follow the insructions you can even win FREE SPENDING MONEY all weekend at 2000trees! WOOO!

WHAT’S CASHLESS PRECIOUS?

This year we’re getting rid of cash at 2000trees & using the PlayPass Cashless system.

Instead of paying for drinks, food or merch with cash, you now just need to load your money onto your RFID wristbands & zap these to pay for stuff.

It’s quicker, cheaper & easier than getting cash onsite & the best thing is, you can’t lose the money in your pockets because now it’s attached to your wristband.

It doesn’t need wifi to allow payments so being in a festival field won’t be a problem. 
As long as you register your account, preload some money onto your wristband & select Auto Top Up you won’t have to queue to access your cash on arrival. 

You can go straight to the bar or your favourite food stall and get on with the serious business of partying

WHAT DO I NEED TO DO NOW?

If you’ve already got your ticket, you now need to register with PlayPass.  Then simply link your ticket barcode number to your PlayPass account & load it up with some cash.  IMPORTANT – Make sure you select Auto Top Up (optional but recommended) & that way whenever you run low of funds at the festival it will automatically Top Up with the amount you select.
 
This way you never have to worry about running out of cash or having to visit the cash point.
REGISTER NOW

YEAH YEAH, BUT HOW DO I WIN FREE MONEY?

Register today & you could get the following benefits….

 

COMPETITION: Win free spending money all weekend!*

Preload your wristband with a minimum of £20 & set up Auto TopUp before June 10th & you will be entered into the prize draw to win free spending money all weekend.*
Winner will be notified by email after June 10th

REGISTER NOW

*Competition prize of free spending money all weekend is limited to a maximum spend of £100 per day. This does not apply to anyone else spending their own hard earned money.  You are of course welcome to buy as many beers & burritos as you like. We’re not here to judge 🙂

 

CASHLESS UPDATE – PLEASE READ

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Yesterday we announced that 2000trees is going cashless this year & there were a few raised eyebrows on Twitter & Facebook.

So to allay any concerns you may (or may not) have please read on for a few responses to some questions raised on social media yesterday…

Firstly though, we just want to say a massive thanks to the 2,678 of you who’ve already registered your Playpass account – absolutely phenomenal uptake on day 1.  This will make the whole process so much easier for you guys & reduce queuing for you at the festival.  So bravo to you 👏

FAQs…

Why cashless?

1) The reason we’re doing this is mainly because it’s quicker, safer & easier for everyone concerned. That includes you, our esteemed guests, bars, food traders & our stall holders.

Cash may seem easy to the person spending it, but it’s a right royal pain in the proverbials for us, our bars & our traders.  Firstly you have to get floats from the bank (who charge you through the nose).  All those coins required for change literally weigh a ton & then there’s the risk of the money going missing/ stolen.  All of these headaches are removed with cashless. But it’s also quicker, safer & easier for you guys.

What’s wrong with cash?

2) Cashless is simply safer than carrying cash for everyone on site.  If you lose your cash on the high street, it’s gone for good.  If you lose your wristband at 2000trees, simply tell one of our Top Up station staff ASAP & they’ll immediately cancel your old wristband and give you a new one with the amount of money you had remaining on your lost wristband.  Surely that’s got to be better than being stranded with zero cash?

£100 daily limit is simply not true. 🤣 Spend as much (or as little) as you like!

3) The £100 a day limit only relates to the Competition prize! 🤣 This does not apply to anyone else spending their own hard earned money.  You are of course welcome to buy as many beers & burritos as you like with your own money. We’re not here to judge 🙂

Is it cashless everywhere?

4) Yes. The whole site will be cashless, (except if you really want to Top Up your wristband with cash at a Top Up station).  There will be 6 Top Up stations dotted around the site. There will also be cash machines if you really want to withdraw cash to top up your wristband.

Silent disco deposits cashless?

5) Yep! Just like the old days, pay a £10 deposit with your wristband, then get the money back to your wristband when you return the headsets.  Any money left over at the end of the festival can be claimed back as a refund straight to your bank account.

Will there still be lockers & phone charging?

6) Yes.

Rumours of cashless not working at other events.

7) AKA The Download 2015 question. Ours is a completely different system to the one used at Download in 2015 & you may have noticed 2000trees is a little smaller than Download.  Also that was 3 years ago and technology in general has developed a lot in 3 years, particularly regarding cashless systems.

Cashless festivals are now very much the norm in continental Europe & the USA, and we are convinced that using this widespread technology will result in a better festival experience for everyone.

The Playpass system does not have any single point of failure. It will sync across the site with all the traders/ bars & what’s more wifi is not required to spend money.  If you need to top up your wristband over the weekend, there will be 6 Top Up stations, all of which have their own dedicated (private) wifi network. We’re confident that this dedicated cashless wifi network will work uninterrupted all weekend because we have trialled (private) festival wifi for the last 3 years & it has proven itself to be reliable. Yes, the public wifi sometimes struggles with the weight of traffic, but this is why we also have a private network for cashless.

The public wifi can be used to top up with your phone in a wifi area if you so wish.

However if you select Auto Top Up now, you won’t have to worry about finding a Top Up station or wifi, it will automatically top up when your wristband gets low.  It simply tops up, by the amount you pre-selected on registration, the next time you try to pay for something.

Topping up with cash or cards on site?

8) Yes you can top up with cash or cards at a Top Up station. But why would you want to queue to do that, when you can do it in advance? Preload your account now, select auto top up then you don’t have to worry about topping once you’re on site.

What about refunds?

9) No problem! You can get all your unspent money refunded, by clicking on the playpass link which we’ll send out after the festival.  Yes there’s a £1 charge to do this.  This is because humans need to process these refunds & unfortnately humans cost money.  You will be able to request a refund from the Tuesday after 2000trees.

In all seriousness, we massively appreciate how much you love 2000trees & the last thing we want to do is upset even a single one of you.  That said, we’re super confident that this will revolutionise festivals of the future & we’re super dooper confident that it will be a massive sucess at 2000trees, otherwise we wouldn’t have signed up for it.

Our final bit of advice is…

1) Register now (link below)
2) Put some money on your account before the festival &
3) Select auto top up so you won’t need to worry about topping up or running out of cash.

This way you won’t have to queue at a Top Up station & you can just keep the party in full swing all weekend long.

Register with PlayPass today

Any other questions please feel free to hit reply to this email & we’ll try and help you out.

See here for more in depth FAQs

Cashless FAQs: queue less, enjoy more!

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READ THIS FIRST – https://www.twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk/cashless/

Having trouble linking your ticket to Playpass?

Register today for the following benefits….

Preload your wristband with £150 and set up Auto TopUp & we’ll give you £15 free. (Minimum £10 auto top up).
Preload your wristband with £100 and set up Auto TopUp & we’ll give you £10 free. (Minimum £10 auto top up).

COMPETITION: Win free spending money all weekend!*

Preload your wristband with a minimum of £10 & set up Auto TopUp before June 10 & you will be entered into the prize draw to win free spending money all weekend!*

Click here to register your personal cashless account!

FAQs

1) About Playpass Cashless RFID System
2) Customer service enquiries
3) What is RFID and how does it work?
4) Is it secure?
5) Why Cashless?
6) How do I get started?
7) Do I have to register my personal information to use the system?
8) I have not bought my ticket yet, can I still create my personal account?
9) Someone else bought my ticket, can I still create a personal account?
10) When I try to create my personal account, my ticket number is not recognised. What should I do?
11) How do I get my wristband?
12) Adding credit to the wristband tag
13) Purchasing food, beverages, merchandise and anything else at the festival
14) What if the vendor charges me the wrong amount?
15) How can I check the credit balance on my wristband?
16) What happens if my RFID wristband gets damaged or lost?
17) How can I get a refund for any credit I don’t spend at the event?
18) Can the technology be used to track my movement?
19) Is the system less convenient for me than using cash?
20) Is the system reliable?
21 ) Having trouble linking your ticket to Playpass?

Playpass Cashless RFID System

At the festival, all transactions are cashless thanks to your RFID wristband. That means all points of sale (bars, food trucks, market stalls and merchandising) will only accept one method of payment: the chip on your wristband.

Cashless is not only easier and faster, but safer too – our system uses military-grade encrypted technology that would take a super-computer 260,658 years to crack, making it more secure than online banking, magnetic strips or contactless credit & debit cards.

And you can claim back all unspent credit after the event.

Click here to register your personal cashless account!

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Customer service enquiries:
For enquiries about using the Playpass Cashless system please contact: cashless+2tt@playpass.eu
For general 2000trees enquiries please contact: info@twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk

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What is RFID and how does it work?
RFID stands for radio frequency identification. The technology uses electromagnetic fields to transfer data for the purpose of automatically identifying and tracking tags attached to objects, in this case wristbands. Our cashless system uses RFID to write electronic credits on to your chip when you top up funds and debits them when you buy something.

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Is it secure?
There is no risk of money or data theft from the system and, if you lose your wristband, you have not lost your money – it can be instantly transferred to a new wristband if you have registered a personal account.
*For those with an interest in data encryption, our chips use three-key Triple-DES which provides 112 bits of cryptographic strength, equal to 72,057,594,037,927,936 (over 72 quadrillion) possible keys.

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Why Cashless?
1.    Due to the many moving parts at a live event, cashless payments is now recognised as the global best practice at festivals around the world.
2.    Cashless payments make your festival experience easier, faster and safer.
3.    Load your wristband from the get go (online beforehand or when you arrive at the festival), no need to keep your cash or credit card in a tent or locker – your funds are on your wristband, attached to you at all times, making it hassle-free all weekend.
4.    The Auto TopUp feature means you don’t have to go anywhere to load more funds when you need them (if you choose this option).
5.    If you lose your wristband, we will give you a new wristband and do our best to instantly recover any funds attached to it – you can’t do that with cash!
6.    It makes service at the bars and vendors much faster and reduces queues.
7.    If you don’t spend all of the money loaded onto your wristband, you can quickly and easily request your money back online after the event – please note there is a £1 processing fee from our payment provider for this service.

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How do I get started?
Firstly you need to buy a ticket for the festival – you can’t get started without one. With your ticket you can create a personal account before the festival, allowing you to top up credit on your account before and during the festival – you can also set up Auto TopUp and keep track of all your purchases during the festival.
During the festival you can still create an online personal account using your smartphone with the unique ID at the back of your wristband tag.

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Do I have to register my personal information to use the system?
No, if you do not want to create a personal account at all, you’re free to remain anonymous. Just walk into the festival and use any top-up booth to add credits to your wristband tag. The system will only identify you by your wristband ID number, with no personal data attached. You can still load funds to your wristband using the onsite topup stations and pay with it at any point-of-sale.
Registering a personal account is therefore not mandatory but it is recommended, as it will give you extra benefits including the ability to top up online through your smartphone, enable Auto TopUp, track your purchase history, redeem special incentives which could provide additional free credit and more easily replace your wristband with the balance intact if it gets lost.
It is not necessary to register a personal account in order to reclaim your unspent funds after the event – you can still do this as an anonymous user.

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I have not bought my ticket yet, can I still create my personal account?
No, to create a cashless personal account you must be in possession of a valid ticket ID number. This number is required to transfer your credit to your RFID wristband when you receive it at the Wristband Exchange when you arrive at the festival.

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Someone else bought my ticket, can I still create a personal account?
Yes, this is not a problem. Just make sure you enter the ticket number of the ticket you will be carrying to enter the festival, and your personal account will be linked to your wristband.

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When I try to create my personal account, my ticket number is not recognised. What should I do?
First, double-check that the number you are typing is definitely the ticket number. Tickets can carry a lot of different information on them.
Then, if you have just bought your ticket, it is possible that your ticket number is still not yet known inside the cashless system. Try again in 24 hours.
If it still doesn’t work, send an email to cashless+2tt@playpass.eu and the issue will be resolved promptly.

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How do I get my wristband?
There are no fees associated with wristband activation.
Your RFID wristband will be issued to you on arrival at the festival in exchange for your valid ticket. At that moment all benefits and credit already linked to your ticket via your personal account will be automatically transferred to your wristband.
You can also choose not to create a personal account before the festival and just walk in. Your wristband is then activated but not linked to a personal account. You can load credit to the wristband inside the festival by visiting a top-up station.

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Adding credit to the wristband tag
You can add funds at any time online with a credit or debit card, using a smartphone, tablet or computer via your online personal account. If you have a personal account, you can also enable ‘Auto TopUp’ which allows you to automatically top up funds whilst making a purchase at the event, if your balance is too low to complete the payment. This way you never need to visit a top-up station or make an online card transaction to reload funds, giving you more time to enjoy the event. While at the festival, you will also be able to add funds using cash or credit/debit card by visiting one of the top-up stations.

We will still have ATM cash machines on site during the event, if you prefer to top up by cash rather than card.

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Purchasing food, beverages, merchandise and anything else at the festival
To make a purchase, check the sale amount displayed on the vendor’s terminal and tap your wristband on it. The purchased amount will be automatically and instantly debited from your credit balance on your chip. If you have a personal account, the purchase will appear in your transaction history as soon as the transaction has synchronised with our online account platform over the internet. It is possible that some vendors will not be connected to the internet, in which case the transaction may not appear in your history until shortly after the event.

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What if the vendor charges me the wrong amount?
Just as with a cash transaction, if you think you have been charged an incorrect amount after having made a purchase, tell the vendor immediately and they will be able to correct it.

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How can I check the credit balance on my wristband?
You can check your remaining balance at any time during the event by tapping your wristband at any point of sale terminal. Immediately after every transaction, the reader will indicate how much credit you have left. If you missed it, ask the bartender/vendor to show you your remaining balance.
If you have created an online personal account, you can also login to your account to check your balance. When doing this, always be aware that it is possible that some transactions may have not yet been synchronised over the internet to update the online account platform. This may cause temporary differences between the balance shown online and the one you see by tapping your wristband (which is always your correct ‘live’ balance).

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What happens if my RFID wristband gets damaged or lost?
If the fabric of the wristband becomes unusable, just visit the customer support point where staff will be able to quickly and easily re-issue you a new wristband, with your full balance intact. This does not require registering a personal account.

If the RFID chip becomes damaged please bring it to us and we will issue you with a new one and do our best to instantly recover any funds attached to it, although in some cases – depending on the extent of the damage – this may not be possible until after the event.

If your wristband is stolen please report it at the customer service point immediately, where we will be able to block it and issue you with a new one. As above, we will do all we can to restore your balance, but this may not be possible until after the event.

Please be aware that it is your duty to take care of your wristband and that the festival cannot be held responsible for any loss or theft.

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How can I get a refund for any credit I don’t spend at the event?
Reclaiming unspent funds is a quick and easy process. You will need your wristband ID number so make sure you keep hold of this.
Just log-on to the event website any time between 9am on Tuesday 17th July and 5pm on Friday 17th August and you will be directed to the refund request page, where you will be prompted to enter your wristband ID number for identification. You will see your remaining balance and can reclaim all of it – please note there is a £1 processing fee from our payment provider for this service.

Now just enter the bank details for the account you would like your refund to be collected in, and the funds will be transferred within a few days.

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Can the technology be used to track my movement?
No, it cannot. The wristbands we use can only be detected from a few centimetres away and are not equipped with any GPS technology so therefore it will be impossible to track your movement.

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Is the system less convenient for me than using cash?
No. Cashless offers far greater customer convenience, removing the need to bring and carry cash or queue at expensive ATM’s, as well as providing many other benefits such as keeping a record of all your purchases and enabling you to benefit from incentives and rewards. It also deters thieves and criminal elements making the event safer as well as more enjoyable.

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Is the system reliable?
Of course. The system we use is designed to be fail-safe, able to operate without internet or power and has been used flawlessly at hundreds of events around the world. It was built to have no central point of failure. This means that the worst case scenario is that an individual scanning device (such as a payment terminal on a bar) or wristband becomes damaged or lost. In both instances, they can be very quickly replaced on-site, ensuring continuous service throughout the event.

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Having trouble linking your ticket to Playpass?

Simply find your ticket in your inbox or in your eventbrite account via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/
Click Print tickets.
On the PDF version of your ticket locate the long barcode number.
Use the barcode number to link your ticket to your Playpass account. (You can copy and paste it rather than entering it manually) 🙂
Pre-load your wristband/ playpass account & select auto top up.
You’re good to go – your wristband with your pre-loaded money will be waiting for you at wristband exchange.

*Competition prize of free spending money all weekend is limited to a maximum spend of £100 per day. This does not apply to anyone else spending their own hard earned money.  You are of course welcome to buy as many beers & burritos as you like. We’re not here to judge 🙂



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