2 DAYS OF NON STOP MUSIC

FESTIVAL INFO

YOUR CAMPING AND PARKING

There is a limited number of camping and parking spaces on site so please ensure you add this option when you buy your tickets if still available at time of purchase. For attendees who dont wish to camp, we recommend travelling by train to Harlow Mill station (just 5 mins walk from the festival site).

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DIRECTIONS AND TRAVEL INFORMATION

Harlow Mill Farm Park is an idyllic rural space only 35 mins from central London by train, for you to come to relax and have a great weekend of music, food and good times on July 24th and 25th. Easy to get to by rail or road, only 5 mins walk from Harlow Mill train station (see map below) and easy driving from the M25, A414, the M1 and M11. The Number 508, 509 and 510 buses all stop next to the site.

 

If you need camping and / or parking, please make sure you reserve these when you buy your tickets as places are limited so we have to offer them on a first come first served basis. To make your weekend even better, there are riverside towpath walks, several local Indian and Chinese restaurants, a riverside pub, a Premier Travel Inn Hotel and Beefeater restaurant right next to the festival site too, along with a large Tesco supermarket (15 mins walk) so everything you need for a great weekend is on your doorstep!

ACTIVITIES IN THE PARK

As well as the Main Stage, you will also be able to enjoy an Acoustic Bar Stage, Ibiza Summer Rave Tent, A whole street of Gourmet Food Stalls, Festival Village Shops and 6 Bars onsite, as well as the riverside campsite and peaceful towpath walks along the banks of  The River Stort. 

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KEEP OUR PARK GREEN & CLEAN

Our aim is to look after the environment whilst putting on the best entertainment. we pride our selves on our green approach. with your help we can continue to be greener.We ask you to please bear in mind that wild animals (deer, rabbits, squirrels and others) all roam the area and as festival organisers we are committed to absolute minumum impact on the local wildlife, environment and local community, and request that all our festival visitors are well behaved both on and off the site.