Getting prepped for VERVE Festival 2024? Have a look through the Frequently Asked Questions below. Got a question we haven’t answered? Send us a note and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

VERVE will be taking place on Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 September. 

Campers and glampers can arrive between 16.00 and 21.30 on Friday 20 September 2024.

Gates Open Sat 09.00 - 22.00

Gates Open Sun 08.30 - 16.30

The full 2024 programme will be announced in mid June.  Please note that all times & classes are subject to change.

All scheduled classes are included in your ticket price and pre-booking is not required. Just turn up and enjoy!

Your ticket price includes entry into all yoga, meditation & fitness classes, talks, garden pop-ups, wellness workshops, parking and the party on Saturday night. Food, drink and any spa treatments can be purchased separately. 

Yes! You can camp, glamp or park your van in a beautiful field near to Hatch House.

The campsite will open from 16.00 on Friday 20 September, when you can check in to your bell tent/pitch up and start to enjoy your countryside retreat.  Check in is between 16.00 and 21.30 on Friday, and from 7.00 on Saturday morning.  The camping field must be vacated by 19.00 on the Sunday.

 Toilets and showers will be available for all.  

 VERVE Festival is situated about a 5-8 minute walk from the campsite (slightly uphill, through a field).  The route will be marked but the ground is uneven so please bring a torch or make sure your phone is charged so you can find your way.

 If you have a disability and require additional assistance please let us know prior to arrival. 

Please not we do not provide accessible showers.


There are plenty of great hotels, pubs with rooms, glamping sites and Air B&B’s close by if you’d like to make a weekend of it.

Below are some great choices near VERVE:

The Beckford Arms, Fonthill Gifford, Bird & Carter, Fonthill Gifford, The Grosvenor Arms, Hindon, The Lamb, Hindon, The Royal Oak, Swallowcliffe, The Compasses, Chicksgrove, The Grosvenor, Shaftesbury, The Queen’s Head, Broad Chalke, The Bell & Crown, Zeals.  

The health and safety of everyone attending the event remains our number one priority. VERVE is held at an outdoor venue, and all our activities take place outdoors or in well-ventilated spaces. There will also be a number of additional measures in place to ensure everyone feels safe.

These include:

  • Enhanced cleaning regime and waste disposal 
  • Hand sanitiser available across the site 
  • Cashless transactions where possible 

Thank you for your continued support, understanding and cooperation as we implement these changes.

We will have credit card machines, but signal in the countryside can be patchy. Please bring cash if you’d like to buy food, drink and spa treatments.

There will be strictly no sale of alcohol to under 18s. If you are lucky enough to look younger, please bring ID.

There is no smoking at Hatch House, aside from in designated areas. We respectfully ask you to adhere to this rule to minimise damage to the gardens.

We operate a zero tolerance policy on illegal drugs and legal highs. Anyone found to be in possession or under the influence of drugs will be asked to leave.

On the day, we will only be able to admit those who have pre-bought tickets via www.feeltheverve.com. We will be unable to grant entry without a ticket.

Yes, of course! Children under five may attend for free. Tickets are from £10 for kids aged five and over.  

Please bring ALL your own equipment, e.g. yoga mat, blocks, pen and pad for journaling and anything else you use in your practice. 

We also recommend layers and a warm blanket for Savasana. Plus, as we can’t rely on the English weather, pack a brolly and some extra layers in case the evening gets chilly. 

Bring your swimmers and a towel is you are planning on using the sauna or cold-water plunge pool.

If you are camping, bring a torch, decent shoes for walking (as the ground is uneven) and plenty of blankets as it can get cold overnight.

Please don’t bring any of your own food and drink to VERVE unless you have a baby or specific dietary requirements. You may have your bag searched upon arrival and will be asked to leave anything not bought on-site. 

Yes there are water stations throughout the festival grounds.  Please bring your own reusable bottle.

The closest train station is Tisbury (3 miles). You will need to pre-book a taxi as there is no rank at the station.

If you’re driving, the postcode is SP3 6PA. The festival entrance is well signed..

The campsite is a minute drive from the main festival entrance, also signed. Use what3words supper.bulb.challenge to locate it.

Yep! There will be free parking on site for cars, but its limited so please car share if you can.

We promote a culture of inclusion, and want to welcome people of all accessibility needs.  We are happy to provide a free carer ticket and accessible parking for those that provide evidence of an Access Card or other form of identification.  

Our aim is that as much of festival as possible will be accessible by wheelchair, although the ground can be quite bumpy and there are some steps in the garden.  We offer accessible toilets, but not showers.

Please email anna@feeltheverve.com with specific questions. 

While we love our four-legged friends, unfortunately VERVE is a canine-free zone. Dogs are strictly not permitted in the festival grounds or car park. 

We do! You can read all about our ethos and ‘leave no trace’ approach under Our Story.