As we wave goodbye to the winter months and welcome in the spring we can also look forward to the start of the festival season.
In March 2020 the eighth and final Undercover Festival, a genuine, small independent alternative music festival, comes back to its roots in Woking Surrey for an explosive finale of alternative music including punk, post punk, Ska and much more.
Yes small festivals are two a penny “BUT you won’t find anything like Undercover especially in the South East”
Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions – we will be updating this on a regular basis so keep checking back. If your question is not answered here, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
When and Where Is It?
Undercover Festival 8 (our very last ever Undercover) is Friday 6th and Saturday 7th March 2020
The Fiery Bird Music Venue
Church St East, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6HJ
The venue is a short walk from Woking Railway Station.
Is Undercover Festival an outdoor festival?
NO – The Undercover Festival does what it says on the tin – it’s an indoor festival! So there’s no need to worry about rain (well not while you are in the venue).
What Bands are Playing and When?
Please see the Line-up section of this website.
How Do I Get Tickets?
Please see the Tickets section of this website where you can buy tickets from us online, by post or in person from selected shops.
If there are any tickets available on the door these will be a lot more expensive than on the door; that is if any are left as we anticipate selling out very quickly.
Can I Get A Refund?
Like any other festival or gig we cannot refund unwanted tickets, sorry.
I Have Lost My Ticket, Can I Get A Replacement?
Like any other event, ticket agency or box office, we cannot replace lost tickets so make sure you keep them safe!
What are the Opening / Closing / Re-entry Times?
Doors open: 4.45pm
Music ends 12 midnight (DJ poss later)
Doors open: 1:30pm
Music ends 12 midnight (DJ poss later)
|You can leave and Re-enter The Festival up to 10pm each day.
Please note ticket exchange closes 10pm sharp each day.
Getting Wristbands on the day
On arrival you will be directed to Wristband Exchange. If you have ordered an e-ticket you will need ID and either a mobile version or a print out of the ticket.
Please note that ticket exchange closes 10pm each day. We do this for every Undercover event this way it discourages pi**heads and all that entails.
Somewhere to stay during Undercover
There is parking opposite the venue.
The venue is two mins walk from Woking Station. Woking railway station is a major stop down the line from London Waterloo.
Regular trains to Alton, Guildford Winchester, Southampton, Bournemouth, Poole and Weymouth, the West of England Main Line to Andover, Salisbury and Exeter.
Woking is also well served by road and buses.
What About Children/Young People?
This is a 14+ event, anyone under 18 has to be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
Due to Local Authority Licensing requirements all Under 18s have to leave the venue by 11pm each night.
Unfortunately are not able to do family tickets, this is as the venue is smaller than previous events and we will not have the space for such a scheme.
Will There Be Facilities For Disabled Persons?
Details to be published soon.
What Food and Drink Will Be Available?
Bars will be managed by the site owners; a range of hot and cold food is available near to the venue.
Can I Bring My Own Alcohol?
You are not permitted to bring your own alcohol onto the venue under any circumstances.
Can I Bring My Own Food and Soft Drinks?
Sorry you will not be able to bring your own food and soft drinks to the festival, but these will be provided on site.
Health and Safety
All ticket holders are advised to read this section with regards to First Aid, Responsible Drinking, Protect your hearing and Emergencies.
What About Illegal Drugs?
Undercover Festival is a drug free festival and no illegal drug use, sale or distribution will be tolerated.
If you are found to be using, selling or distributing illegal drugs at the festival you will be removed from the site and will most likely be dealt with severely by the police.
There are NO first warnings – if you use drugs you are OUT!
Will Medical Assistance Be Available?
Emergency medical assistance will be available – please contact one of our stewards in the first instance.
What about Smoking?
In accordance with UK law the whole of the venue is a no smoking area, there is a smoking area at the front of the venue.
I Am In A Band – Can We Play At The Festival?
Sorry we are full
I Am A Trader – Can I Have A Stall?
Sorry we are full
How Can I Get A Press Pass?
Press Passes will be available in limited number but only for media outlets/individuals who have helped us in some way to raise the profile of the festival. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Are cameras allowed?
Yes for personal use only but please don’t be a pain in the bum with your camera. We already have an official photographer so thanks for the offer but we are happy with “Our Gerry”. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you require press accreditation or are unsure of our photography policy.
Can I have a job?
As an indoor festival we do not have that many jobs going and most of the help we get is with our band of volunteers without which the festival would not take place. These roles are pretty much full.
However as always we need help spreading the word online and help flyer gigs see Street Teams link for more info.
I Can’t Find the Answer to My Query – Who Do I Contact?
If your question isn’t answered here please email us at email@example.com.