Supernormal 2017 will take place from 4-6 August at Braziers Park, Oxfordshire.

Tickets are completely SOLD OUT. No tickets will be available on the door. Please do not head for Braziers if you do not have a ticket.

Getting to Supernormal

Event Address

Supernormal, Braziers Park, Ipsden, Wallingford, Oxford, OX10 6AN

Car Sharing

If you’re not sure how you’re getting here, or you’ve got space in your car, please take a look at GoCarShare

By Public Transport

Go to Reading railway station, and head to bus stop SB outside the front of the station, catch the X39/X40 bus to Braziers Park. Ask the bus driver to let you know when you are approaching Braziers’ stop. Cross the main road and walk along the country lane immediately opposite the bus stop. This will lead you directly to Braziers’ House main entrance. Please do not use this entrance. The entrance to the Supernormal Festival site is signposted to the left. These buses travel between Reading and Oxford so you can do the same from Oxford, (bus stop is a 10 minute walk from the railway station). For a full time-table see:



Leave M4 at Junction 8/9. Proceed to Henley and then on through Nettlebed to the CROWMARSH ROUNDABOUT (A4130). Turn left onto the A4074 towards Reading. Carry on as far as the signpost for “Braziers Park/Ipsden Heath” and turn left there. This will bring you to Braziers’ front gates. Ignore all earlier signs to Ipsden, they will take you to the village.


Go out over Caversham Bridge, then first left onto the A4074, signposted Oxford. Ignore the sign for Braziers Park, taking the following right toward Ipsden, and follow signs for Supernormal.


Follow signposts out of Oxford to Henley/Wallingford/Reading (A4074). Turning left toward Ipsden then follow signs for Supernormal.


Due to a closed road in Goring, with a substantial diversion, you are advised to stay on the M4 until junction 12. Exit towards Theale, before heading North on the A340 via Pangbourne (note there is a 60p toll to cross the bridge). and Woodcote. Turn left onto the A4074 and follow signs for Supernormal.

One way system

Drivers must adhere to the one way system on arrival. The roads around Braziers Park are extremely narrow and are not designed for the levels of traffic Supernormal draws. If you go the wrong way, you’ll get in a right mess:

Site Information

Supernormal takes place across the grounds of Braziers Park which is a residential community, Please respect the people living there who are generous enough to allow us to be at their home, and do not enter any areas marked out of bounds over the weekend. Braziers house will only be open to Supernormal audiences on Saturday & Sunday 12-5pm.

Braziers Park is an eco-site and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty so please do not bring any glass bottles into the site and tidy up after yourselves, disposing of all litter in the bins and recycling areas throughout the site. Please endeavour to leave Braziers Park in the state you find it in.

Eco Policy

We do what we can to reduce the environmental impact of Supernormal on the grounds of Braziers Park. To that end:

  • We request that audiences use public transport, or to lift share where possible.
  • Please do not bring any glass onto the festival site.
  • The main bar does not use disposable cups, instead providing reusable, quality plastic cups for a small fee.
  • Please do not leave unwanted tents or other camping items.

Arriving On site

The festival site opens at 10am on Friday. AA Road Signage will direct you to the festival from the main road. After parking, follow signs along the path through the woods to the main box office tent at the entrance to the festival to get your wristbands.


  • Car parking charge of £5 for vehicles with multiple passengers, or £10 for vehicles with a single passenger.
  • Artists may bring their vehicles onsite to unload equipment shortly before their performance or activity but must remove vehicle immediately afterwards.
  • Live in vehicles are only allowed on site with a valid ticket purchased online they will not be available at the gate.
  • No other cars are allowed in main field during the festival.

Your Tickets

We don't send out physical tickets. Please make sure you provide the names of each member of your party, and we'll add them to the guestlist (you may have done this already as part of your ordering process). When you arrive, just head to the box office and we'll be ready for you.

If you need to add or change the names associated with your tickets you can find your order here.


Unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds for tickets. If you bought a ticket but are unable to attend, you may transfer your ticket to another party. To do so, you simply need to change the name associated with your ticket on your order here.

On site information and help

For any information, reporting of any issues, First Aid, lost property, security, queries etc. please go to the main production office where a festival coordinator will be available throughout the day.


There is no cash machine on site but cashback is available at the main bar.

Food and Drink

There are a range of delicious food stalls on site to cater for all tastes and diets, a main marquee bar and other small bars. Audiences are welcome to bring food and drink onsite, but please support Supernormal by purchasing drinks and food from the bars and traders on-site - we do our best to make sure prices are affordable.


Supernormal is very child friendly with lots for them to see, do and get involved in. Kids under 13 can attend for free with a paying adult and tickets for teenagers (13-18) are heavily discounted.

Other Animals

No dogs (apart from service animals) or other pets are allowed on site.

Quiet/Family Camping

Braziers Park is small site, so unfortunately it is not practical to provide dedicated family/quiet camping. Generally speaking, the closer you are to the campfire, the more active the night life; if you're concerned about noise, we recommend arriving early, and getting a pitch toward the rear of the field.

Toilets, Showers, Fire and Water

  • There are composting toilets and urinals around the perimeter of the camping field and festival site.
  • There are hot wood burning outdoor showers on site. Please only use the eco washing products provided.
  • Fresh drinking water is available on tap across the camping field and festival site.
  • There are campfires on the main festival site, no other fires are allowed apart from camping stoves which are to be safely raised above the ground.

Disabled Access

The main festival site has a designated an area for disabled camping nearby the main activities and close to a disabled access toilet. These spaces are limited so please inform us in advance via e-mail to secure a place noting any specific requirements or needs. We can provide a free ticket for support/carer and also provide support to set up camp if required.

Although most areas are accessible, wheelchairs may need to be able to cope with grassy gentle slope as there are no paths as such, and some areas may be more difficult to access. The production tent can be used for a power point if required.

If you are supported by a carer, they may attend the festival with you free of charge. They do not need to buy a ticket or provide advanced notice; they will be given a wristband on arrival.


Volunteer oppertunities will be posted soon.

Suggesting a performance, workshop etc

Applications are now closed for 2017 but there will be another chance to apply next year. Please don't email us about this. Please.

Other questions?

If you need to get in touch with the supernormal team, email [email protected]