Review answers to our frequently asked questions.
Yes, you can.
No, you don't. Simply display the ticket from your mobile phone.
Wristbands are for persons aged over 18 ONLY. You may be asked to produce valid ID to collect your wristband and to enter each venue. ONLY valid Passports, National Identity Cards or Photo Driving Licences are accepted.
Bolts (Eden Bar, Terrace Road, Bournemouth BH2 5AQ) Xchange (The Triangle, Bournemouth BH2 5RY) DYMK (31 Poole Hill, Bournemouth BH2 5PW)
No onsite parking is available, for local car parks please go to: http://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/Parking/FindaCarPark/CarParks/CarParks.aspx
Tickets are non-refundable.
Wristbands are collectable at all venues. For multiple wristband purchases (which must be collected at the same time), each person will be required to be 18 or over and may be asked to provide a valid ID as proof. Booking confirmation, with the QR code fully visible, is required on either a mobile device or paper. QR codes can be used only once, meaning that you are unable to collect wristbands more than once. A full log of collection times is recorded on scanning the QR code and on CCTV.
Bourne Free is an annual celebration of all diversities that live in Bournemouth and the constant strive towards universal equality for all through entertainment and awareness. Our aim is to promote equality and diversity for the public benefit in the UK and in particular but not exclusively the elimination of discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation by raising awareness in issues affecting said persons in particular by promoting and staging an annual LGBT festival. The Bourne Free committee consists trustees and volunteers plus a large number of contributors from the LGBT community across Bournemouth and Dorset. Bourne Free is a registered charity and has no paid staff. Our registered charity number is 1115708