Practicalities – getting here and going home.

First things first, if you are coming, you need to have booked in advance, and bring your tickets with you. There will be no tickets for sale at the gate so if you turn up without booking you will be turned away.
The car park will open at 11am on Friday 17th May so that campers can arrive and get set up early. Wristband exchange will open at 1pm. The gates into the festival will open at 2pm. Please do not arrive any earlier than 10am as we can’t let you in and you will be asked to move on, so could start your festival experience by driving round in circles while you wait!

Campers are asked to vacate the site by 9pm Sunday 19th or 11am Monday 20th.

Day ticket holders are allowed to stay at the festival from 8am until 12am, and the car park will open at 8am for day ticket holders on Saturday and Sunday.

Nobody is permitted to sleep in the day ticket car park, in a tent, car, campervan or caravan.
If you are a day ticket holder that would like to stay over and leave in the morning please inform one of the stewards of this.

Please try to keep the number of vehicles you bring to the festival to a minimum and help to reduce the impact of the festival on the environment and local communities.

Getting here

The correct festival address for everyone this year is Main gate entrance, Hole Park, Benenden Road, Rolvenden, Kent, TN17 4JA

On arrival

Campsites open at 11 am on Friday, and the main site opens at 2pm. Wristband exchange also opens at 1pm, so head there early to avoid queuing!

On arrival our stewards will direct you to a camping /parking spot. Your ticket entitles you to free parking for the duration of the festival. Vehicles are left at your own risk. If you require a disabled parking spot please let us know in advance.

There will be no vehicles allowed into the main festival site. Vehicle movement is prohibited on site throughout the festival, to keep all festival-goers, especially the small ones, safe.

What to bring
Some suggestions of what not to forget when camping with kids…
Sunscreen, waterproofs, wellies, sunhat, warm blankets – it will probably get cold at night, waterproof picnic rug, transportation – a buggy (with a raincover) or sling, first aid kit, wipes, wipes and more wipes, nappies, anti-bacterial hand gel, bucket/travel potty – for midnight wees, torch, fancy dress.

What not to bring
Any animals(with the exception of assistance dogs),glass bottles, anything illegal, fireworks, kites, sound systems, hippos or any kind of inflatables airships