Camping Information.


Each person camping in this area must have already purchased a Weekend Festival Ticket.

Camping is not included in your day entry ticket price.


Standard Camping

All camping areas are on a first come first served basis except for Glamping.  It is not possible to reserve camping space in standard camping but we do make sure there is plenty of room.  The Standard Camping area is the place to be if you want to stay up a little later and don’t mind a bit of noise. However, we do ask that people be considerate of others at all times, camping areas will be patrolled and policed and excessive noise will be dealt with accordingly.


Family/Quiet Camping

If you would like to camp in the family/quiet camping area you will need to have purchased a ‘Family/Quiet Area ticket’.  Please note this area is our designated ‘quiet’ area and is not exlusive to families, anyone can camp here so long as they are not noisy!

It is not possible to reserve spaces in this campsite, the campsite operates on a first come first served basis. However, there will be plenty of room to camp and space for the younger ones to run around!


The campsites will be open for early entry on Thursday from 10:00 am the gates will be closed for entry from 9:00pm. The campsites will close at 1:00 pm on the Monday and we do ask that all campers be packed up and have left the site by this time.

Food and Dink


  • Excessive amounts of food, cigarettes and alcohol.
  • Glass – absolutely no glass is allowed on site for safety reasons.
  • Open fires.

ALCOHOL: You may bring your own alcohol for personal consumption. Rather than enforce strict quantity rules we suggest the following as a guide:


  • 24 cans beer / lager / cider / pre-mixed drinks including G&Ts & Pimms per person


  • 12 cans and 2 bottles of wine (decanted into a plastic bottles) per person.

Please note: This alcohol may only be consumed in the campsite and NOT in the Arena areas. We reserve the right for our security teams to confiscate any alcohol they feel is excessive for personal use.

BBQs and fires 

Used responsibly, disposable and small portable gas BBQs and stoves are allowed on site in the designated communial BBQ areas. No open fires are permitted. Barbeques must be raised off the ground. Disposable BBQs cannot be placed on the grass and security will be doing checks to make sure all BBQs are raised off the ground.

Please Note: BBQ’S are not allowed in the camping areas.


The locker includes a mobile device battery charger simply either bring your cable, or you can purchase one from the office –  with a Female USB type-A socket. The USB cable supplies a 1 amp power supply which is able to charge your camera, phone or portable device.

Each locker is 10cm High x 20cm Wide x 15cm Deep, they are built to fit small items such as cameras, phones, wallets, keys, purses and other personal items.

Lockers will be available to purchase on-site.                                                       Festival Lockers