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Big Green Coach

Big Green Coach are once again our OFFICIAL and EXCLUSIVE coach travel partner for 2023, operating carbon neutral coach services that drop you right inside the gates.

WEEKEND CAMPERS –Picking up from 16 locations across the UK. Services arrive on Thursday (with the option to arrive on Friday from London) and take you home on Monday morning (still covered in last night’s glitter!).

Pick up locations for weekend campers: Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, Chelmsford, Colchester, Coventry, Ipswich, Leeds, London (Victoria), London (Stratford) Manchester, Norwich, Nottingham, Reading and Sheffield.

DAY TICKETS –If you don’t fancy camping but are coming in to see your favourite act for the day; there are day return coaches on Friday, Saturday & Sunday. You’ll arrive before the action starts and they will get you back to your own bed at the end of the night. Party hard and sleep all the way back!

Pick up locations for day ticket holders: Colchester, Ipswich, London (Victoria), London (Stratford) and Norwich.


Deposit scheme available. Secure your seat now for the lowest possible price and clear balance later in 2023.

Forget being designated driver, pricey hotels or shuttle buses and make the most of your festival.

All Big Green Coach services to Latitude are now CARBON NEUTRAL! Travel the greenest way with Big Green Coach.

Coach travel only or festival ticket and coach packages available.


Car Share

Car sharing is a fun, easy, cheap and sustainable way to travel! If you’re travelling to the festival by car, sign up to Latitude Liftshare to offer your empty seats and get FREE access to our priority car park to get you closer to the action!

Looking for a lift?

Sign up to Latitude Liftshare to find your match and share the festival excitement.

Volunteer With Our Green Team

Help us save the planet, one festival at a time – We’re looking for volunteers who are full of energy, passionate about the environment and enjoy engaging with people about green issues.

As a member of our Green Team you will receive a crew wristband, get to camp in crew camping with like-minded people and access to hot showers and nice toilets. You will also gain valuable experience in the sustainable events field, whilst taking time to enjoy the festival when not volunteering.

Applications to volunteer will open nearer the event.

Environmental Impact

Music Festivals have an impact on the environment because of the transport taken, energy they use,  waste generated, water use as well as the food and drink consumed. The Show Must Go On Report 2020 shows that the biggest impacts are travel, energy and waste.

As set out in our Sustainability Charter we have a responsibility to preserve the live music experience for generations to come and the opportunity to use our platform to inspire global environmental action.

We have signed up to the Vision 2025 pledge and are working towards a 50% reduction in event related greenhouse gas emissions by 2025 (from 2014 levels).


Julie’s Bicycle

We work very closely with Julie’s Bicycle, a not-for-profit organisation working on sustainability within the creative industries. As part of our commitment to reduce our environmental impact, we take part in their Creative Green certification that is the leading mark of achievement on environmental sustainability within the creative industries.

In 2019 we were very pleased to have been awarded 4 out of 5 stars, thank you to everyone for participating. The Creative Green report can be downloaded here.

How you can help

These pages set out how you can get involved to help us achieve our goals and take action on climate change.

Low Carbon Travel

Travelling to the festival makes up 80% of the total carbon emissions generated (source: The Show Must Go On Report, 2015). You could travel by lower carbon forms of travel such as coach, train with direct shuttle buses to the festival or carshare to help reduce this. See our travel page for all options.



We run a three-bin system at the festival, which means every recycling point in the campsites and main arena will be formed by 3 bins:

When you buy food from the traders, everything your food comes in is compostable so plates, cutlery and napkins can be placed in the compost bins along with the food scraps. Please make sure NO PLASTIC goes into the compost.

Plastic bottles, aluminium cans, newspapers, magazines and clean and dry cardboard (no used greasy pizza boxes as these do not recycle).

For anything else. There should be minimal left over that goes into General Waste.

We also are working with NiftyBins in the campsites where you can recycle just like you do at home – with separate pods for hard plastic, soft plastic, cans, cardboard and food. You’ll spot their colourful pods a mile off!

Tents and Camping Equipment

When packing ready for the festival weekend, remember to pack wisely and only bring essential items, please do not bring any single use plastic (plastic bottles are allowed but please keep them to a minimum). Thank you for taking your tents home with you.

If you want to hire a tent rather than bring your own, Pink Moon offer pre pitched tents.

If you have any broken tents chairs, gazebos, empty batteries, unopened tins of food after the festival, please take them to the Recycling Points.

Water Refills

Please bring your refillable bottles to refill at the taps provided.

Reusable Cups

It is only possible to use our much-loved Latitude branded reusable cups once per year at the festival, so we have taken the decision to not make any more of them. This is because they need to be used up to 14 times to outweigh the environmental impacts of paper cups (Source: The Making Waves Guide to Reusable Cups at Festivals & Events, RAW Foundation (2018)).
Freshly washed reusable cups from previous years will be available this year, and you will find them at two bars in the main arena – Sunrise Bar and The Tap House. They are also available at Pink Moon for campers who are staying there.

This works in three easy steps:

We will be asking you to pay a £1 deposit in addition to the price of your first drink, in return for a reusable cup.
Each time you go back to Sunrise Bar or The Tap House for another drink, you can swap your cup for a clean cup full of a refreshing beverage.
At the end of the night / festival you can either keep your cup as a souvenir, or take your cup to the dedicated refund points to get your £1 back.
Please redeem your deposit before Sunday night to avoid disappointment. Empty all contents, no crushed or broken cups.


Bar 1 – Obelisk Bar (Main Stage right) – Closes at 23:00 Friday to Sunday

Bar 3 – Welcome Bar (Arena side of Sunrise Bridge) – Closes at 02:00 Thursday to Saturday, and 01:00 on Sunday


The rest of our cups will be paper this year and all paper cups, bottles and cans bought in the arena at Latitude will have a 10p refundable deposit included in the price. This is to encourage them to be returned for recycling.Return ten paper cups, bottles, or cans for a £1 refund. Return point locations are as above.

Please redeem your deposit before 23:00 on Sunday night to avoid disappointment. Empty all contents, no crushed or broken bottles / cups.