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Children’s Safety


We’re very proud to be a family friendly festival. However there are a few things to note before your family arrive.

We don’t allow anyone under 16 to be at the festival over the weekend without an adult of 18 or over.

Children under 10 years old must be accompanied on site by an adult aged 18 or over at all times.

If you are happy for your child aged 10 – 12 years to walk through the arena entrance without you, then you can get an Authorised Unaccompanied Wristband from any wristband exchange.

Any children under 13 without one of these wristbands, or any children under 10 found on their own, will be looked after by the welfare team and we will try and get in touch.

All under 16s need to be accompanied by an over 18 through the entry and exit gates to the festival site.​

TIP: Take a photo of your children on your mobile phone in the morning so that you have the most recent photo on you

Family Campsite

The Family Campsite is our dedicated area for families with children 16 or under at the festival to camp out. The site features dedicated toilets, showers, washing up facilities and food traders.

The campsite is situated right next to the Enchanted Garden area with its busy programme of activities for families to enjoy together. The campsite also has its own arena entrance, meaning you can get into the festival in a hop, skip and a jump.

To stay in the Family Campsite, you will need to purchase the Family Camping version of your tickets. Please be sure to choose the correct option when purchasing.

Those with the Family Camping version will have access to our Family Car Park, located close to the Family Campsite to minimise your journey from car to tent.

No single or groups of adults will be permitted in the Family Campsite unless accompanied by children 16 or under. Due to limited space, the Family Campsite area is restricted to relatives and guardians of children.

Groups of friends and other family members who arrive without children should camp in the regular campsites. Those teenagers wanting to camp in the family campsite must camp with their family.

Mr Trolley

Mr Trolley will be attending this year to help get all your kit from your car to where you decide to camp. Hire points will located in the Red General Car Park and the Family Car Park, close to the festival entrances, this is where you can hire a trolley, load up and ease into the festival.

First a hire form must be completed and a £50 deposit taken. Each trolley is provided with bungees and safe use is explained. When the trolley is returned, the duration of the hire and price is calculated, the cost of the hire is then deducted from the deposit and the remainder refunded.

Overnight Hire

If you have children with you, from Friday 3pm, you will be able to hire a trolley overnight to wheel the little ones around in. Allowing you to catch the late performances whilst they are either enjoying the ride or asleep, safe and sound, right by your side. In addition to a trolley you can hire a wagon conversion – a trolley with cushions and a canopy with adjustable sides. Choose between a trolley or a wagon, in 4 colours, pay for the hire plus the deposit and off you go.

We have a limited amount of trolleys and wagons to pre-book for overnight hire. They will be ready for you to collect from Friday 3pm and are to be returned by Monday 9am (£2 non-refundable booking fee applies).

Pre-book now!

Pre-bookings will be taken up until Monday 18th July, or until stocks last.


Daytime Hire Charges

Getting in and out of the festival: £6 for 30 mins (minimum hire) (deposit £50 cash)


Overnight Hire Charges

Wagon conversion: 1 night £35, 2 nights £60, 3 nights £80 (deposit £100 cash)

Trolley: 1 night £25, 2 nights £40, 3 nights £50 (deposit £50 cash)

Opening times

Thursday: gates open – 10pm

Friday: 9am – 10pm

Saturday: 10am – 2pm

Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Monday: 7.30am – 3pm

Age Restrictions

Children 0 – 4 years do not need a ticket. Children 5 – 12 years need a Child Ticket in order to attend. Teenagers who are between 13 – 15 years need an Accompanied Teen Ticket. These are available to purchase at the same time as regular Weekend Tickets.

Under 10s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over AT ALL TIMES.

We do not accept any parental or supervisory duty of care or liability for any under 18’s on site.

Teenagers 16 and over must have a standard Weekend Ticket. All under 16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is over 18 years old and this adult must remain on site throughout the weekend. Those wishing to stay in the Family Campsite must have children 16 years or younger in the group.

Age restrictions apply. Proof of age/ID may be required.

Latitude Festival will contain acts unsuitable for children. The acts we that are noted in the website as ‘kids’ friendly’ are purely recommendations and the final judgement and responsibility for what the child sees remains with the parent.

Films shown in the Film & Music Arena may be classified as 15 or 18 certificate. However, there may be some films shown suitable for children at certain periods of the day. This will be noted on signage outside the tent.

The Comedy Arena will contain swearing. Other stages may feature material not suitable for children that we are unable to predict and classify due to the nature of live performance.