FRIDAY

The festival site opens at 5pm on Friday 14th July. First act begins at 6pm.

SATURDAY – SUNDAY

Gate opening times: Saturday 10am – 11pm, Sunday 9:30am – 11pm

Entry will not be allowed outside of these times so please plan your journey accordingly.

ENTRY RULES:

Entry to the festival is by advance ticket purchase only. No tickets will be available on the gates.

There are limited free tickets for children up to and including the age of 5 but you must obtain a ticket for them and you must accompany them at all times.

Glass is not permitted on site.

No private sound-systems or generators will be allowed onto site (requested by the council in order to keep our licence).

Alcohol is not allowed to be taken into the festival site. We apologise to those who think this is unfair, however the festival is subsidised by the profits made from the bar and without it we simply would not be able to bring you all the great acts and entertainment on offer without drastically increasing the ticket price (which we don’t want to do!).

Security and stewards are on site to assure you have a safe weekend of fun and frolics.

DSLR cameras are permitted on siteee for personal use. Any press related photographers should contact our press team in advance of the event.

OPEN TIMES/ ENTRY FAQ

WHAT TIME DOES THE FESTIVAL SITE OPEN?

The festival is open all ticket holders at 6pm on Friday 14th July.

WHAT IS THE LAST TIME WE CAN ARRIVE BY?

You can arrive until 11pm Friday and until 9pm Saturday and Sunday.

WHAT TIME CAN I STAY AT THE FESTIVAL UNTIL?

The festival site will close at 12am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

WILL THERE BE SEARCHES ON ENTRY?

As part of our license agreement our security team undertake general searches of people they may suspect to have weapons, stolen items or controlled substances.

This is done for the safety and protection of all. Searches are done as in-obtrusively as possible and only with due cause.

WHAT ID DO YOU ACCEPT?

We accept Driving licenses, provisional or full, Passports and Citizenship cards as forms of ID.