Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the FAQ page for livestock 2023! We understand that attending a music festival can be an exciting but also a confusing experience for many, especially for first-timers. That’s why we’ve created this FAQ page to help answer any questions you may have about the festival, from the lineup and ticket information to the festival grounds and on-site amenities. We hope this page provides you with all the information you need to have a great time at our festival. If you can’t find the answer to your question here, please feel free to reach out with any questions

Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased here

Yes, a limited number of positions are available for friendly, enthusiastic and energetic people available before, during or after the festival.  See get involved.

Eircode: H53YW73. We are conveniently located just 9 km from Junction 15 on the M6 motorway.  Aughrim Village is located on the R446 between Loughrea and Ballinasloe.  On approach to Aughrim, from any direction, you will be able to follow the signs for LiveStock 2023.

Campsite opens at 12 midday on the 1st of July and closes at 12 midday on 3rd July. 

This festival strives towards family friendliness. Up to three children under 14 are free with a ticket holder (limited places available).  There will be plenty to keep the little ones (and their big ones) entertained, amused and enthralled. Please note that children need parental/guardian supervision at all times.  Children must be accompanied by an adult to all activities.

There will be no alcohol sold on site, you are very welcome to bring your own beer. However, for the safety of our guests of all ages, do keep in mind that ABSOLUTELY NO GLASS is allowed on the festival site.

Yes, gastronomic delights for all tastes will be available from our vendors.

For valid safety reasons, no fires, gas stoves or bbqs are allowed in the campsite.

Separated bins will be provided across the site, we highly encourage their use. Where it comes to litter, please leave no trace.

There will be a glass collection point at the entrance to the festival where all glass must be disposed of before entering the festival site.

We allow dogs under strict, but fair, conditions which are necessary for the health and safety of our festival goers and surrounding animals.


  • The dogs must be on a secure short leash/harness at all times.
  • Dog waste needs to be removed from the site for farm biosecurity reasons.
  • You will be responsible for any damage/mess caused by your dogs whilst on site.
  • Dogs should not bother other animals/people

Failure in this responsibility may, unfortunately, result in you being asked to leave the festival.