Biddenden Tractorfest FAQs

Q: Where is Tractorfest’s location for 2022?
A:
Biddenden Tractorfest will take place at Holden Farm, Sissinghurst Road, Biddenden, TN27 8EZ. Please follow event signage as you near the Tractorfest site. The what3words reference for the entry gate is: ///sizes.mopped.dabbling

Q: Is there public transport to and from Tractorfest?
A: There are public buses which run to Biddenden Village.  Find out more on Arriva’s website here.

Q: How can I volunteer to help as a Steward at Tractorfest?
A: The Committee would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact the organisers either by email – info@tractorfest.co.uk  – or phone 01622 630975.

Q: Can I buy a ticket on the day?
A: Pre-booking is advised and tickets may be ordered online here.  We plan to have tickets available on the gate each day, subject to site capacity not being reached.  We recommend pre-booking to avoid disappointment!

Q: Is there a help page for buying tickets online?
A: Yes, please click this link to our ticket sales partner’s help pages.

Q: Can you re-send my online-purchased tickets?
A: Yes, please click this link to our ticket sales partner’s web page.

Q: How do I contact your online tickets sales provider?
A: Please click this link to our ticket sales partner’s web page.

Q: What are Tractorfest opening times?
A: Entry to the show is from 10am to 4pm each day. The show closes at 5pm. Please note the music stage starts at 11am each day.

Q: Do children aged 4 and under have free entry to Tractorfest?
A: Yes, children aged 4 and under have free entry to Tractorfest and do not require a ticket.

Q: Can I bring my dog?
A: Well behaved dogs, kept on a lead at all times, are welcome, though please consider the weather. Please clear up after your dog. Thank you.

Q: Will there be food and drink?
A: Yes. There will be local food and drink at Tractorfest, catering for a range of diets and tastes.  Find a full list here.

Q: Can I have a go on any of the tractors/machines?
A: Unfortunately, the display items (tractors and static machines for example) are operated by their respective exhibitors and insurance restrictions do not permit members of the public to “have a go”.

Q: Is there a footpath to the event?
A: Yes.  Local residents are encouraged to use Biddenden Walking Rural’s walking route.  If you are travelling from outside Biddenden, please use the event car parks rather than parking in the village.

Q: Can I camp?
A: No.

Q: Are concessions available?
A: Concessions are available for full time carers – please see our Ticket Policy for Individuals with Disabilities here.

Q: Are there disabled facilities?
A: Yes, there will be priority parking and disabled toilets available. Please note that this is a grass only site and there are no tarmac roads.

Q: Are there things for children to do?
A: This is a family focused event. Please see the Visit Page for more information.