This figure is dependent on what goes on inside the tipi, and which tipi you choose. A Nimbus tent, which is the smallest, can fit a max of 20 people standing. A Cirrus 40 tent can fit up to 40 people, and the stratus, our largest tipi, can fit 70 people stood in there. If you have tables then 50-60 people can go in there. If the sides are all up you can cover about 130 people and seat about 80-90 people in the Stratus 72.

Our Nimbus, the smallest tent, stands at 3.6M high.
Our Cirrus 40 tent stands at 6.1M high
Our Stratus 72, the largest tent, stands at 7.4M high.

When closed, the Nimbus is 6.3M (20’8″) diameter.
The Cirrus 40 when closed, is 8.5M (27’11”) diameter.
The Stratus 72 when closed, is 10.3M (33’10”) diameter.

This is 2.1 metres or 6’11”

We can come and see the site or you can send us images of the ground. We would like the ground to be as flat as possible but the tents can go on slight slopes. The ideal site is well drained with cut grass. If possible a back up site should be considered.

The tent does not need any additional space once up. We like to have a bit of area around the tent as we need to put it up and that takes a bit more room than the footprint of the fully erect tent.

Yes we can put doors in the tent instead of lifting some sides only? Yes you can we have window walls and solid wooden doors that have a lock and create a grand opening for guests.

No, during the build we ask what sides you would like up (as the weather is at that point known) and we put them up for you. we ask you not to move the sides as this is the point at which the canvas can become damaged as its got the most tension at this point.

For each ‘peak’ it takes generally 2-3 hours for a Stratus 72.

Yes, the tipis are water proof. They have a cap over the smoke hole at the top. If you have the fire on and the smoke hole open then some rain may come it but the canvas is waterproof.

We can put the tents up but in low wind times. If the wind picks up during the time they are up they can take winds of 60 mph with our high wind wire stars.

We don’t ourselves but can point you in the direction of others who do. We can provide a catering tent for a caterer to use behind the tipi and bring food in through a side zip door when ready.

We don’t have set locations. We will put the tipis up where ever you have permission to put them up. In gardens, parks, recreational areas, concert grounds, indoor venues.

We can put them up on concrete but we would need to drill in to the ground or anchor bolt to the ground. We also have concrete weights designed to sit neatly under the poles of the Tipi, these are very discreet and we also have canvas covers to camouflage them against the tipi.

Yes, of course you can. We ask that nothing is nailed or screwed in to any wood and also nothing attached to the canvas. If you have anything heavy to hang then ask us as there is a limit to the weights that can be hung in the tipi.

We use a pick up truck and trailer as the poles for the tipis are 8.25 metres or 27’1” feet long so please let us know if there is tight access. Ideally we want to be able to get as close to the site as possible to minimise time on site to hand the finished tipis over to you as soon as possible.

48 hours is the standard time. We can do less or more – just ask.

Yes, of course you can. If you need to change anything then let us know as early as you can to make your event as seamless as possible. If it’s the day before then there may be an issue but if you give us time we can sort things out.

The tipis are designed so that heat flows up and as more heat is pushed up, the conical shape means that heat lowers closer to the ground quicker than a cube shaped tent. This means that they heat quickly. We have log fires that can be put in the tipis that can help towards keeping your guests warm.

In theory the tipis can be attached in a line infinitely, so no matter how grand a scale you wish your event to be, we can help.

Yes, if you get in touch we will get the ball rolling for you. Occasionally there will be used stock available.

We use a matting called dandy dura that is very durable and tensioned throughout. Its very hard waring and high heels cannot pierce through the weave.

We provide lighting if you need it and would need a power outlet close to the tent for these, if needed we can look at generators for you for your event which we will source externally with our trusted contacts.