Tents, Tabernacles, Tipis, all are welcome, and if you want to play it safe then Caravans, Campers and, er… Carriages(?) are welcome too. Basically bring your own shelter.

Pitches are on a first come, first served basis, and there is loads of space so please make sure you pitch no closer than 2 metres from your neighbours. If you want to camp as a group please let us know in advance and we will do our best to facilitate this.

Car parking is free, but please note cars are not allowed to be parked in the camping area. Please ensure you are able to carry your camping gear to the camp site. Moggerhanger Park have requested that we do not use the main car park, and have provided festival specific parking on the meadow before you reach the main car park. All parking will be clearly signposted and Stewards will be on hand to give assistance – however please park with care and thought for others.

Whilst you are on the site, please respect your neighbours. There is a noise curfew on the site between 2.00am and 7.00am.

The Stewards are on duty right through the festival at all times of day and night should you need assistance.

The campsite closes at midday on Monday. Please ensure you have removed your accommodation by this time and leave your pitch how you found it.

Please take litter home.

Campsite Rules

Whilst camping, please follow these rules:

  • Please respect other campers.
  • No Fires.
  • The camp site is only open to the correct wrist band holders.
  • No unauthorised vehicles are allowed to be in the camp site, however campers are welcome to drop off their tents or Caravans at the beginning of their stay, then move their vehicle to the designated car parking area.
  • Please limit your vehicle to 5mph or less. Do not use your hazzard lights unless your vehicle is posing a hazzard.
  • Please do not leave water running.
  • Campers are not permitted to pitch within 2 metres of each other.
  • All campers need to be off site by midday on the Monday after the event.
  • Please remove your litter – we can provide refuse bags if you need them.
  • No generators.
  • Children should be supervised at all times.
  • Games should be played away from the campsite to reduce disturbance to others.
  • No communal gazebos/marquees/etc. without prior notice.
  • Look out for each other.