There will be music on our 2 stages from 6pm on Friday until late. And from 12.30pm on Saturday until late.

Whilst the festival site is open to campers until midday on Sunday, no music will be taking place on Sunday.
Yes, campervans, motorhomes and caravans of any size are welcome in the campsite.
Toilets will be available in the campsite, but facilities are basic. There will be limited shower facilities and no electricity hook-ups will be available on the site.

Please note that no fires, BBQs, pyrotechnics, Chinese lanterns or fireworks will be allowed anywhere on the site, including the campsite.
Yes, you can park your car next to your tent in the campsite.
Yes! Dogs are allowed into the festival arena and campsite but must be well behaved and kept on a lead at all times. Dog owners must clean up after their dogs and dispose of all waste correctly.
1. Camping chairs or picnic blankets
We're a 'bring your own chair' festival! There will be no seats provided, so please bring your own chairs to ensure a comfy weekend.
2. A reusable water bottle
Help us keep the single-used plastics to a minimum and bring you own water bottle, which can be refilled on site.
3. Weather appropriate clothing
Check the forecast and pack your waterproof and woolly socks or sunhat and suncream accordingly - or both! As Alfred Wainwright said 'there's no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing'.
4. Camping equipment
If you're camping, make sure you pack everything you need for the night, as facilities and local amenities are limited.
5. A bag to take your rubbish home
Please make sure that you leave the site the way you found it and dispose of all rubbish either in the bins provided or, better still, at home.
Whilst picnics and soft drinks are welcome on the site, no alcohol will be allowed to be brought inside the festival arena.