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Discover new talent

The festival operates a day pass system, providing excellent value for money and access to all events at the festival. Patrons are encouraged to experiment by exploring unique events and discovering new talent. Access to the Queen’s Park Community Tent is free of charge and does not require a ticket.


In partnership with The Hearth

Sadia Azmat is a comedian who loves sex. She is also a hijab-wearing Muslim woman. The two are in a lifelong relationship, but it’s complicated.

Sadia has many different sides to her, she is the good Muslim sister and the loud and proud comedian, she is the quiet and loving friend and the horny and outspoken one. So why does everyone put her in a box and expect her to choose between one or the other?

Funny, sexy and conversation-shifting, join us for a talk about juggling identities and cultural expectations in modern Britain.

Ticket FAQs

No. QPBF operates a Day Pass system which gives access to all events throughout the day. With a Day Pass you can enjoy any events you like!

Our venues are spacious and very flexible. For events with very high demand, we have solutions to accommodate as many audience members as possible but cannot guarantee entry. 

Children under 12 do not require a Day Pass, but need to be accompanied by an adult at all times whilst they are on the festival site. 

No, all events in the Queen’s Park Community Tent are free of charge and do not require a Pass. Day Passes are needed for all other events.

No, you are able to gain access to the festival site, including the festival bar and the Queen’s Park Community Tent without a Day Pass.

Yes, dogs on leads are welcome on the festival site and inside venues. 

No, the Festival Party is open access to the public

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