Boomtique-ing is the new glamping
From tipis to yurts, and podpads to Kushti cabins, Boomtique Village has everything you need for upscale and luxurious festing.
Plan it out
Dedicate two to three district visits a day if you want to fully experience BoomTown. The festival has plenty of nooks and crannies waiting for your discovery.
Pack it out
Embrace the principle of Burning Man and leave no trace. Make sure to take what you brought in as you leave midday on Monday. The estate is home to cows, and after all, you don’t want to be littering someone else’s home.
Sharing is caring, both for festival goers and the environment. Do your part by carpooling with fellow campers or ride in the BoomBus, a shuttle service that runs from the Winchester train station directly to and from the festival. Coming from other parts of the world? The Southampton Airport is but a short 20-minute drive from the estate. Keep tabs on BoomTown’s website as they disseminate transportation details as it gets closer to the festival.