Don’t forget your…
- Entry ticket (if you have an e ticket, you can show this on your phone or you can print out your email confirmation)
- Money and bank card – please note, we will be cashless again this year. For ease, we’d recommend you set up your cashless account before you get to the festival. You can top up online when you’re at the festival if needed.
- Clothing and footwear for appropriate weather – check the forecast before you come, wellies are always a good idea! Don’t be that person who forgets their coat and is miserable! Fun is the name of the game.
- Mobile phone and battery charger
- Sun cream and sun hat. There will be plenty of covered areas from and shade from the sun.
- Tent, sleeping bags, earplugs, mats, rugs and torch.
- Refillable water bottle – free drinking water will be available on site, but no single-use plastic water bottles will.
- Reusable coffee cups as we have banned single-use ones (mugs will be on sale)
- You can bring a small sturdy camping stove. In hot weather, the grass is EXTREMELY dry and highly flammable so please don’t bring stoves that can easily topple over or have large flames. We want you to be able to have a cuppa at camp but would ask you that you keep an eye on it at all times. Any stoves that are deemed to be too dangerous will be confiscated to ensure the safety of everyone.
- If you purchased locals tickets, remember to bring proof of address.
- Alcohol: you can bring a suitable amount for personal use to drink at your campsite but not to bring into the main arenas. Remember no glass is allowed on site.
- Any medication you might require
- The Sunday dress up theme is inspired by Fleetwood Bac, so…floaty fabrics, facial hair and Fedora hats at the ready! Register at the Info Point before Sun at 13:00 to enter the fancy dress competition (remember there will be prizes). Whilst we’re talking about dressing up – take a look at our dress code.
- A musical instrument for the open mic session if you feel moved to take part! You’ll need to register at the Milk Poetry Stage tent by 7pm on Saturday.
- Ear plugs and eye mask.
- Hand sanitiser
- Generosity (part of the reason Luke set up the festival was to raise money for charity).
If you have children, some extra things may come in handy such as:
- A good 3 wheeler buggy. Trollies can be actually quite hard to drag around, especially as our site is a little hilly and a bit bumpy.
- Biodegradable wet wipes
- Ear defenders
- Snacks and food if you wish to cook (we have plenty of great food available on site but a supply of favourite snacks is always useful). It’s a good idea to freeze food rather than pack ice blocks if you are bringing a cool bag as less to carry and a meal to eat once defrosted.
- Clothes – the great British weather can throw anything at you so whilst trying to pack light, it’s worth considering leaving a spare set of clothes for everyone in your car and if you don’t need them at least you’ll have something clean to drive home in. Wellies and rain gear are also worth packing and leaving in the car if you arrive and it’s sunny.
Do check out our Family Guide – useful if you haven’t been to a festival before.