WEEKEND AND DAY CAMPSITES
All Weekend Tickets include camping onsite. There are a number of colour-coded campsites around the site. There is plenty of space in the campsites for the capacity attending and so you should be able to find a space which is comfortable for you.
On arrival at the campsites, please ask the gate staff if you would like to camp in less-crowded area. If a campsite zone is full, they will direct you to an alternative campsite.
Once camped, take a note of a nearby fixed point or mark your site with a flag so that you can find your way back. Say hello to your neighbours so you can watch out for each other throughout the festival.
You cannot drive into the campsites at any time due to fire regulations.
Zone Managers will be working 24 hours in each zone. Their bases are by each area’s fire tower. There are also teams of security and Campsite Assistance Teams (CATs) in each zone who are there if you need any help.
DAY TICKET CAMPING
We have created a “day ticket holder campsite” for any day ticket holders who are unable to get home after the main entertainment finishes. There will no be charge for this campsite.
Please note that there is limited capacity and there are no facilities in this campsite other than a water point and toilets. You will be able to pitch a tent when you arrive from 10am on the day that your ticket is valid for – it is first come first served. You will only be able to stay in the day ticket holder campsite overnight on the night after your day ticket is valid.
At the end of the entertainment, please return on foot via the gate that you entered the arena through (the day ticket holder entrance / exit) and the day ticket holders campsite is next to the day car park.