Beyond the Border returns in 2020 with a new location and a packed programme curated by artistic director, Naomi Wilds around the theme ‘Reimagining our Futures’.
Over the course of the three-day festival at the National Trust and Cadw’s Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire, we have curated a programme of international and homegrown talent inspired by the landscape, the history and the future of storytelling and our communities.
We will be celebrating the mix of artists, familiar faces and new voices in storytelling. There will be family stories, live music as well as opportunities to chill out and enjoy nature across the park. There will be onsite camping as well as access to the beautiful buildings located on the site at Dinefwr.
Limited Early Bird Camping tickets are now on sale through Brown Paper Tickets. BUY NOW.
Adult weekend £110
Child weekend (ages 6-17) £50
Family weekend £272
6 and Under Weekend - Free
Camping and Festival Tickets
Adult camping & festival £130
Child camping & festival (ages 6-17) £62.50
Family camping & festival £337
5 and Under Camping & Festival - free
(Tickets do not include admin/booking fee which is 0.79p + 5% of ticket price)
The second tier of Camping tickets go on sale 1 January 6pm.
Prices will be released on 1 January 2020.
Day tickets will be released from 1 April 2020.
Prices will be released on 1 April 2020.
From the New Year, National Trust Members will be able to buy 2nd Tier Early Bird tickets for a discounted fee (10% off). These are not cheaper than 1st Tier Early Bird tickets. Please ensure you share your NT Membership number when booking.
Tickets can only be purchased through Beyond the Border website and Brown Paper Tickets.
Tickets for the Festival can-not be purchased through or on site at the National Trust until the festival in July 2020.
What does my ticket include?
Weekend Tickets and Camping include access to the festival from midday Friday 3 July midday to Monday 6 July 9am.
Weekend Tickets (non camping) include access to the site from Friday 3 July 6pm until Sunday 5 July close of programme.
Camping site with Camping and Festival Tickets Only (camping equipment not included)
On site shower and toilet facilities
Access to the National Trusts Dinefwr Newton House
Camping details will be announced later in November 2019. We are working with National Trust Dinefwr to try and make campervans and caravans possible on site. We should be able to confirm if this is possible in the next few weeks.
If you do not wish to camp onsite there are nearby accommodation spaces at small rural hotels, campervan/caravan and glamping sites within a 10-20 minute drive from the festival site. Please go to the local Tourism Sites below to find out more about availability in the area: