Getting there (and back) safely!
As a responsible host, we recommend you use public transport to get to the festival, or have a designated driver if you’re travelling by car. Tranzit are Toast’s preferred travel providers, and they can arrange regional transport to and from Toast. Accommodation is often full well before tickets go on sale and travel bookings fill up fast. Check out the travel and accommodation sections for more details.
The road around the Square will be closed from 7am – 7pm, except to official Toast vehicles, shuttle buses and residents.
Parking: Please be aware there is no parking available at festival sites or near The Square. Public parking will be available in 2016 and details will be visible on the festival map.
Getting around the vineyards at Toast.
All participating vineyards are within an easy stroll of each other, or just a short ride in one of the many free shuttle buses on the route, eliminating your need to have a vehicle at the festival. Shuttle buses drive clockwise and anti-clockwise around the Toast circuit, stopping at every site and always travel through the Square.
Check out the Programme page on this site to see what was on offer for 2015. Each festival site offered a variety of dishes from 10am to 6pm, at varying price points, with gluten-free and vegetarian options.
From 4-7pm food will be sold in The Square, using francs or cash.
Free water is available at all festival site bars, along with bottled water for purchase.