This is a quick reference point for the information you will need to get you to Latitude Festival, through the check-in, pitched up in your tent and off into the festival.
All tickets are strictly non–transferable and not for sale.
We treat the resale of tickets very seriously; all tickets can be traced back to the individual they have been issued to.
Please do not be tempted to sell them on or give them away.
IMPORTANT – Do not post photos of tickets or passes online or on any social media sites.
Please remember to bring your ticket with you! – Lost or forgotten tickets will not be replaced.
arriving on site
Please use our temporary signage instead of sat navs when driving to site.
Follow the signs for PRODUCTION and enter the site at BLUE GATE 1; then proceed to the OLD OAK CABIN.
Please ensure that you have your vehicle routing pass displayed in the windscreen.
For information on public transport options please visit the travel section.
There will be shuttle buses running from nearby stations to the festival site. Once onsite there will be internal minibuses that can take you to the Old Oak Cabin; these run on the same days as the festival buses.
You must exchange your ticket for a wristband at the Old Oak cabin during the following hours only:
Wednesday 14.00 – 21.00
Thursday / Friday 09.00 – 23.00
Saturday 09.00 – 21.00
Sunday 09.00 – 17.00
Each ticket holder must be there in person to receive their wristband.
There is no access to site at all before 2pm on Wednesday.
Please note: Only ‘Performer’, ‘Performer Crew’ and ‘Old Oak Guest’ ticketholders can be wristbanded at the Old Oak Cabin.
Holders of any other ticket types must go to the gate specified on their own tickets.
guest charity donations
For Old Oak Guests, there is a compulsory charity donation of £50 for the weekend or £25 for the day with each ticket,
payable in cash only when you arrive at the Old Oak Cabin. For teenage guests (aged 13 – 15) the charity donation is £10.
The combined donations from our festivals regularly raise in excess of £250,000 each year.
Every penny goes directly to the charities that we support including Child.org, Actionaid, Bike for Cambodia, Oxfam and Music Angel.
The Performer Campsite is reserved for Arts Performers and Old Oak Guest ticket holders.
*Important* If you are coming to the festival with friends or relatives that have other types of tickets, ie, Guest, General Admission, Family Camping etc, they will not have access to the Performer Campsite.
If you do not wish to camp in the Performer Campsite, you will also have access to the Guest and Public campsites (except for the Family campsite).
The Family campsite is not accessible to performers or guests without prior arrangement.
If you are planning on bringing a campervan or caravan, please ensure that you have a Campervan Voucher for it.
These must be requested in advance via your Festival Republic contact.
When you arrive on-site, you can exchange you Campervan Voucher for a Campervan Pass at the Old Oak Cabin.
Space is extremely limited and we cannot guarantee entry for anyone arriving onsite without a pass.
Children aged 12 years and under are admitted free to the festival, providing that they are accompanied by a Performer or a Guest.
They must arrive with the Performer or Guest and will be wristbanded on arrival.
Children over 12 years old need to have their own ticket.