Camping and Festival Itinerary
Camping site opens at 12pm Friday and must be vacated by 12pm Monday.
If you ordered your tickets online, you must present a print out or digital version of your ticket Last entry to festival 5pm
These Festival Rules, in addition to the Terms and Conditions, apply to any person who is at the Event.
You must wear your wrist band at all times; any lost wristbands will not be replaced.
The Festival opens at 10am on Saturday 18th August and Sunday 19th August
Campers will receive the wristbands on entry, which must not be removed until departure, please see a member of the team as you arrive, this will be in the site office to the rear of the main stage area
Failure to show an intact wristband on request by stewards will result in entry to the campsite being refused and may result in you being asked to leave the Event.
Camping is only permitted in the designated areas within the campsite.
Car parking is FREE of charge; parking regulations must be adhered to in accordance with stewarding at the event. Car parks open at 9am each day.
Crowd surfing, moshing, crowd circles and throwing objects are dangerous and can cause serious injury.
This behaviour is not permitted and we reserve the right to remove offenders from the Event.
Please respect the local residents when travelling to and from the Event and keep noise to a minimum as you leave the site.
ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR WILL NOT BE TOLERATED AND MAY RESULT IN REMOVAL FROM THE EVENT.
No trading without the consent of Management in the festival, carpark or camping areas.
Anyone found doing so will have their goods confiscated and they will be removed from the Event.
Management reserve the right to refuse admission to the Event. Any individual who has previously been removed from the Event should not purchase a Ticket as they will be refused entry to the Event and if found at the Event will be removed.
Management does not accept responsibility, to the maximum extent permitted by law, for loss of property or damage to persons or property.
Campers should not leave valuables in the campsite. Campers should keep valuables on their person at all times.
If you require medical treatment on site, the Management and/or our treatment providers (on behalf of the Management) may keep a record of your personal details, any accident suffered and treatment provided to you.
Failure to follow any of the Festival Rules and/or Terms and Conditions or behaving in a manner deemed unsociable or potentially dangerous will result in you being removed from the Event without refund. Management may prosecute anyone found to be breaking the law.
Litter – there are many bins provided at the event, please place all litter in the bins provided. Veolia, our recycling partner have very kindly supplied us with recycling bins and waste disposal, please use them where you can.
No remote control vehicles, or drones of any kind are permitted on the festival or camp site.
Children under 16 must be accompanied by a guardian over 25. If a child under 16 is in your care and caught drinking alcohol, you and the child will be removed from the Event.
You may be asked for ID at the bars to prove you are over 18 years of age. A check 25 policy will be in operation at all bars. If you look under 25, you may be asked for ID. Anyone caught drinking under age or without relevant ID may be removed from the event.
Children must not be left in any of the festival areas alone at any time.
You, your vehicle and/or possessions may be searched before entering and during the Event. If illegal substances are found, you may be prosecuted.
Management, at its discretion, may confiscate any item that is deemed illegal or unsuitable. This includes, without limitation, illegal or intoxicating substances including but not limited to; “legal/herbal” highs, fireworks, sparklers, Chinese sky lanterns or any flame, smoke or gas devices, portable laser equipment, laser pens, air horns, spray cans or any item that can be considered a weapon. Any person in possession of such articles may be refused or removed from the Event.
ANYONE FOUND IN POSSESSION OF FLARES OR SMOKE CANISTERS WILL BE ARRESTED AND CHARGED BY THE POLICE. THEY ARE DANGEROUS AND COULD CAUSE SERIOUS HARM TO YOU OR OTHER FESTIVAL GOERS.
Festival goers may not bring their own music systems to either the festival or the campsite.
Gas cylinders and camping stoves are not permitted in the festival area for safety reasons and can only be used on the campsite on raised platforms. Small disposable BBQs will be permitted for use in the campsite only but must be put on raised platforms, however Management reserves the right to confiscate these if used irresponsibly. Disposable BBQs give off harmful Carbon Monoxide during and after use – do not take them inside your tent.
Campfires are strictly forbidden.
Weapons in any deemed form will be confiscated.
FOOD & DRINK
Festival goers may not bring alcohol into the festival.
If you want to bring a picnic then by all means do, we will have wide selection of foods on offer
Baby food will be allowed into the festival.
Campers may bring food and drink into the campsite for his/her/kids own consumption, provided. Food and drink will be available for purchase at the Event. Excessive amounts of food, cigarettes or alcohol may be confiscated.
Gloworm Festival operates a zero tolerance underage drinking policy. No-one under the age of 18 is permitted to bring alcohol to, or be under the influence of alcohol at, the Event. If you are unable to produce ID evidencing that you are 18 years old or over when challenged at the entrance points or within the Venue, your alcohol will be confiscated and you risk being refused entry to the Event or arrangements being made for you to leave. A challenge 25 policy will be in operation on all bars
In the event of a Force Majeure.
A Force Majeure is a circumstance that is beyond the control of the event management team at Gloworm. This could include, but is not limited to, high winds (50 MPH is deemed unsafe), floods, fires, lightning or anything that could potentially put visitors, stall holders and staff in danger.
If anything of the sort does happen, All About Tourism (Gloworm Festival), have the right to close the site if it becomes unusable and most of all unsafe and cannot be held responsible for the closure.
Follow this path to the main entrance where your tickets will be scanned for site entry, there will be bag searches also so please be patient as its for your families safety