FAQ


Please find answers to our most frequently asked questions here, if you can't find what you are looking for please email us at [email protected]

No. We are a venue based festival in the centre of Guildford. There are many hotels and alternative accommodation in the town and the surrounding areas (Premier Inn, Holiday inn, The Mandolay, Hogs Back Hotel, also local towns worth checking are Farnham and Woking) and we are a 30 minute train ride from London.

Stage One and Stage Two are scheduled for no overlaps

Yes! We have scheduled the festival so that you will be able to watch the headliners and then get the last train back to London - although the after parties are worth making plans for! The last train from Guildford to Waterloo is (usually) 11.40pm.

Approx 200m, or around a 4 - 5 minute walk.

Fortunately, there are three public car parks immediately outside the venue. The venue address is Corner House, Onslow St, Guildford GU1 4SQ

An emphatic yes! We will have on site caterers at the festival, with a wonderful mix of food offerings. We will ensure that there are options for everyone, including vegan and gluten free.

Yes, we have fantastic after parties planned after the headliners finish. They are on every night after the main acts have finished. This year we have Pintglass, The Scratch, and Ultimate Power.

All times will be published nearer the event but we open very early in the afternoon every day..

Yes, the masterclasses are a separate ticketed event and held a short walk from the main venue.

No, these have to be refunded for capacity issues. If you can only attend one or two of the days, please buy those days separately, or we’d love to see you for the whole weekend! If you’d like a weekend ticket then you’ll be eligible for a discounted upgrade. Check your emails as you will have been contacted about this, or contact [email protected] for more information.

Yes, you can buy day tickets separately to the full weekend tickets.

Definitely! If you feel medically unwell, we have a medical room on-site; if you’d like someone to talk to then we have mental-health trained crew that can sit with you and if you have an experience that you want assistance with then we’d actively encourage you to come to talk to us. We are one of the festivals signed up to the Safer Spaces campaign and take the well-being of everyone at our event as a top priority.

You certainly can! We have our own merch, and every band that wants to sell at the festival will be stocked at our central merch point. We’ve waived all fees to bands playing at the event this year. Every penny you spend will therefore go straight to the band themselves. If you’d like to support us too, we have a great range of products so that you can rep RADAR when you get home! We will be releasing our merch catalogue ahead of the festival so you can pre-order.

We’re an inclusive and friendly festival, and we’d love to welcome you. We have a group set up for people to meet others, chat through the line-up and so on, and they’re always really friendly. Come and join in here: RADAR Festival Group link.

Yes, there is. Ask at the front door and we’ll hold your belongings safely.