Steelhouse Festival

Overview

"It’s been 8 years since the Welsh hills first came alive with the sound of Classic Rock. And like the towering, solid piece of stone it’s perched on, the Steelhouse Festival stands resolute – a seemingly immovable object on the festival landscape. Steelhouse 2018 looks set to be the biggest and best yet with rock soldiers from far and wide making the uphill ascent for a bill that mixes the classic and the contemporary and is as breathtaking as the location itself. Officially the UK’s highest music festival, this unique event will once again be held in the spectacular surroundings of Hafod-y-Dafal Farm situated on the southern edge of the Brecon Beacons. Aiming to be the UK’s best value rock festival where families and friends can rock out at a price that won’t clear out the holiday kitty, the event has built up a loyal following and a real heritage over 8 successful years. Classic rock cornerstones such as THUNDER, THE DARKNESS, UFO, EUROPE, BLACKSTAR RIDERS, SAXON, MICHAEL SCHENKER, MYLES KENNEDY, SEBASTIAN BACH, DEE SNIDER, SKINDRED, RIVAL SONS and more have all etched their names into Steelhouse history."
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Access Card Notes

Access Cards with the '+1' symbol are accepted as proof of entitlement to a companion ticket.

Contact details

Steelhouse Festival Ebbw Vale, Aberbeeg, Wales, NP13 2ER
Phone: 01495 370093

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
We will endeavour to ensure all facilities are accessible, however, visitors should bear in mind that this Festival is on a working farm at the top of a mountain. The site is mostly grassed and has natural inclines and dips. During inclement weather these can become boggy and some areas of the site may not be suitable for wheelchairs. However, our stewards are on hand at all times and will be happy to assist wherever possible.

In order for us to provide the best possible service and to ensure there will be space to accommodate you, please assist us by letting us know your specific access requirements in advance (see Access Requirements Form below).
The Festival site is relatively compact, with the maximum distance from the Accessible Car Park to the Arena entrance being approximately 30metres. The distance from the Arena entrance to the stage is approximately 150metres.

Short Distances

Short distance
The Festival has a dedicated Accessible Car Park for Blue Badge Holders, which is situated approximately 30metres from the Arena entrance.
We will endeavour to provide assistance in carrying camping equipment/baggage etc. from the Accessible Car Park to the Accessible Campsite. However, this cannot be guaranteed.
Priority parking is available in the Live-In Vehicle site for eligible visitors, which is approximately 150metres from the Arena entrance.
The distance from the Arena entrance to the stage is approximately 150metres.
All performances take place in one main Arena. The Arena entrance is located approximately 10metres away from the Accessible Campsite. Within the Arena, unisex accessible toilets are provided.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
The Accessible Campsite is situated next to the Accessible Car Park and approximately 10metres from the Arena entrance. Unisex accessible toilets are provided in this Campsite. Shower facilities are situated approximately 100metres from this site.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
If you need to be accompanied by an assistance dog, please provide evidence that your dog is registered with an organisation that is a member of Assistance Dogs UK.

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
Access Card Holders with a '+1' symbol on their card will be entitled to a companion ticket.