The Festival takes place in and around the beautiful Larmer Tree Gardens. Much of the gardens are lawns with some gravel and tarmacked paths between different areas. The main entrance and campsites are in fields next to the Gardens. There are no steps, but there are some gentle slopes. We lay hard standing and tracks from the accessible campsite and car park to the Festival Village, but access around the Festival can be challenging in extreme weather.
The distance from the accessible parking and camping area (open from Thursday at 1pm) to the Festival Village entrance, Wristband Exchange and charging area is about 100m, and to the Main Stage is about 600m. Other campsites are slightly further away. There’s no vehicle movement allowed in the general campsites and cars must be parked in the designated parking area.
Booking Accessible Facilities & PA Tickets
Please note, you must buy your tickets and car/van pass before we can process your access requests. Space may be limited so please tell us as soon as you can.
If you require the accessible camping or parking areas, or wish to apply for a PA ticket, after you have purchase your ticket and vehicle pass, please email Briony at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01725 552300 between 10am – 2pm Mon-Thurs.
Once evidence has been provided, the correct pass will be attached to your order, and will be sent. Any evidence you provide is not stored but deleted after processing.
The designated accessible camping and parking area is primarily for those who are registered disabled and in receipt of DLA, Attendance Allowance, PIP, have an Access Card or a Blue Badge*. We also can supply power for specialist medical equipment if booked in advance.
We offer a free Personal Assistant (PA) ticket for anyone accompanying someone who is registered disabled and is in receipt of the above* (Blue Badge is not eligible for PA ticket).
Disabled People who are non-registered
Our accessible facilities are primarily for those who are registered disabled (see details above). Whilst short term illnesses, recent injuries and pregnant women do not qualify, wherever possible we will do our best to make sure everyone’s Festival is as enjoyable (and comfortable) as possible. If you can’t provide the evidence listed above, you’ll be asked for alternative information to support your request and we’ll review every application on a case by case and availability basis.
Accessible toilets and showers
There are wheelchair/easy access toilets and showers next to the accessible campsite. There are also accessible toilets in the Festival Village and near the viewing platform on the Main Lawn.
Viewing platform and chairs
There is an accessible viewing platform on the Main Lawn. Space is limited, and we try to make this available for those in most need – our stewards will be available to help. You don’t need to book to use the viewing platform. We also allow space around the edges of the Main Lawn for chairs.
Please display your vehicle pass on your dashboard, this will help our stewards direct you. All our stewards are available to provide support and information. Just make sure you remember to bring your tickets and vehicle passes with you.
The medical area is in close proximity to the accessible campsite and car park. A team of paramedics and first aiders are on site during the Festival. There’s a fridge available for storing medication.
Assistance dogs that are registered with an organisation that is a member of Assistance Dogs UK are welcome at the Festival (we’re being specific, because other furry friends are not). Let us know if you need to bring an assistance dog by emailing email@example.com.
Laser, strobe and other lighting effects may be in use during the Festival. If we know in advance that an artist’s set will contain strobe lighting we’ll try to include a note on their line-up page on the website. At the Festival, a sign will go up at the entrance to the stage or area.
A large-print PDF of access information will be available shortly.