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Camping Information

Camping is available during the festival in the Hall’s Park Field on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. The site is set against the backdrop of Burton Agnes Hall, with panoramic views of the Yorkshire Wolds.

Camping Vouchers are per tent, caravan or campervan and allow you to camp on all three festival nights if you choose. All campers need to have a WEEKEND festival ticket, which will be checked on entry to the Campsite. Festival tickets can be purchased in advance (an early bird discount applies before 1st June) or on the day.

The Campsite will be open from 3pm on Friday until 12 noon on Monday.

Camping is limited; we advise buying vouchers in advance to ensure a pitch.

Some camping rules and info:

  • Shops/food outlets

We don’t plan for there to be a camping supplies store at the festival. However, Bridlington and Driffield towns are each 6 miles away with plenty of shops to meet your needs. There will be food outlets in the main festival area.

  • Cooking and Fires

Open fires and candles are strictly forbidden for safety reasons. You may use gas or charcoal burning BBQs, but not disposable BBQs - they are an extreme fire risk. Please make sure gas canisters aren't changed inside tents or vehicles.

  • Drinking water, toilets and showers

There will be a clearly marked drinking water point. The toilets in the festival site will be available to campers and there will be additional toilets in the camping area (please use them rather than anywhere else!). Hot showers will be provided at no extra charge. (To conserve water we can't allow paddling pools, water bombs or water balloons).

  • Facilities

There is plenty of space and - with panoramic views of the countryside and the Hall and its gardens, good toilets, free hot showers, a drinking water point, café and shops (in the Hall’s courtyard) - your camping experience should be a happy and relaxing one.

  • Food and drink

You are welcome to bring your own food and drink (including alcohol) into the camping areas.

  • Litter

Please use the bins provided. Don’t leave litter at the campsite.

  • Fireworks & animals

Dogs are permitted in the campsite and the grounds, and must be kept on a lead. Please do not allow your dog to foul in our grounds – there will be litter bins that you can use for dog mess. Fireworks are not permitted in the campsites or the main arena.

  • Neighbours

Everybody needs good neighbours. Please do everything you can to avoid disturbing our neighbours or the wildlife. No sound systems permitted on the campsite.

  • Cars and parking

The general campsite is close to the main area. Parking is available nearby - Cars will not be permitted in the camping area. For everyone's safety we do not allow cars to unload or stop in roadways or to be parked next to tents. Cars pulling caravans/trailer tents can be parked alongside them in the caravan/campervan area.

  • Security of Cars, Tents and Property

Although we will endeavour to provide as much security as possible, campsites are always potentially vulnerable. We recommend that you don't bring any valuables with you - if it's absolutely necessary, keep them on you at all times and please do not leave valuables in your tent. It’s a good idea to write your postcode on your camping gear. Please note that we cannot accept responsibility for any losses. If you see someone acting suspiciously or something happens to you, please don't be afraid to report it to a member of security or a steward as they are there to help you and keep you safe.



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