The festival site is Tandem Festival, Lower Farm, Ramsden, OX7 3AZ.
To find the festival follow these easy steps:-
1. Go to Google Maps
2. Search directly on google maps for Tandem Festival
3. You’ll find our beautiful site on a farm in the Cotswolds, right HERE!
There’ll be plenty of signs, so you can’t miss it!
Our favourite way to travel!
There will be sign trails to follow from Oxford, Charlbury and Finstock.
There will be official bike rides that you can join each day from Oxford Train Station– join our facebook Cycling to Tandem group for updates. It’s your responsibility to bring appropriate clothing, helmet and lights, our cycle ride leaders will go at the pace of the slowest rider, but remember that it is an hour long cycle from Oxford train station.
Cyclist & pedestrians will share the same entrance as cars. We’ll make clear, signed divisions to keep everyone safe and please drive with care whilst sharing the road with other road users. There will be sufficient space for you to park & lock your bike safely. We are encouraging everyone to ride to Tandem Festival &, if you’re lacking the motivation consider that some will be cycling over 500 miles to attend! 🙂
Organise a group cycle ride to Tandem Festival & get 20% off your ticket! Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to get set up!
Suggested routes below but please double check everything before you travel.
We have arranged special fixed price taxis from the site (OX3 7AZ) to Witney, with Abdul’s taxis, 07944 863 098.
Before 11pm: 12 (4 seater)/ £15 (6 seater)
After 11pm: £15 (4 seater) / £20 (6 seater)
As part of our eco-friendly ethos, we encourage you to keep car use to a minimum or use an alternative mode of transport (public transport or cycling!). If you car share to make the most of driving, you’ll get some special Tandem merch to say thanks! Feel free to post on the Facebook event for Tandem Festival to help find others who are looking to car share.
Cyclists & pedestrians will share the same entrance as cars. We’ll make clear, signed divisions to keep everyone safe and please drive with care whilst sharing the road with other road users. There will be sufficient space for you to park but you will need to purchase a parking pass. Parking is free for people with mobility problems – please get in touch.