We will be updating the Out & Wild website with details of acts, experiences as well as food and drink offers from October 2023.

We will also be opening for volunteering in late September. 

We want to ensure you have an amazing experience at The Out & Wild Festival. Please scroll down to find information on accommodation, inclusivity, accessibility and our focus on charity and community.

Please also make sure you check out our FAQs for key information, including travel details, facilities on site and in Lawrenny village, and what equipment you can bring.

Our Ethos

Out & Wild is a festival focused around connecting through shared experiences. We will host dozens of activities over the three days, from wild swimming to yoga to creative writing and tasters of sport. There will be music every evening, with silent DJ sets under the stars at the end of the night.

The festival is a supportive space. We will have meeters and greeters for those who come solo and a safe space area for anyone that needs it during the three days.

We are focused on creating a welcoming, safe and supportive spaces for all LGBTQIA women and those who identify as non-binary. We also strive to reflect diversity in our acts and artists.

We aim to also make the festival as accessible as possible for those with a disability or that have accessibility needs.

We want Out & Wild to celebrate our community. We want to showcase female and non-binary talent, which is often under represented at festivals. We will be working with local charities and organisations to offer bursary tickets. Every year we will choose a charity partner.


In 2023 our charity partner was YMCA Swansea.

YMCA Swansea improves the quality of life for young people across the region; providing a diverse range of services to 500 people per week in the local area. YMCA Swansea’s main projects include their GoodVibes LGBTQ+ Youth Group and Provision, Young Carers Service, Y-Talent Music Project and Y-HUB Youth Group.


We are working with our site and operational partners to make The Out & Wild Festival site as accessible as possible in our second year.

We do offer free spaces to personal assistants for those that require them and free parking for those with a valid disabled badge (see FAQs for more details).

If you have any questions, please contact us. Please title your email Accessibility.


Out & Wild Festival is committed to being  a welcoming, safe, and supportive space for every person whether they be visiting, vending, volunteering, or working alongside us.

Our Festival is designed for LGBTQIA women and those who are non-binary.

It is open to supportive allies.

We will not tolerate behaviours that contradict this statement. Bullying, harassment, and discrimination have no place within our spaces, both physical and virtual.

In terms of our acts and artists, we are focused on providing a stage to LGBTQIA women and those that are non-binary, as they are currently under-represented at Festivals. We also aim to ensure good representation across the LGBTQIA spectrum, and diversity within this.