Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd June 2018
Brockwell Park, London
Please take a minute to read everything you need to know about this year’s event.
Gates open at 1:00pm on Friday 1st June, and at 11:30am on Saturday 2nd.
Last entry is at 7.30pm on both days.
No re-admittance is allowed once you have left the festival site.
Curfew is at 23:00.
Field Day is a 17+ event.
17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult (18+), with a maximum of four to every responsible adult.
There is no parking available in the area. Please use public transport to travel to the event.
The nearest tube station is Brixton, which is a 15min walk from the site.
Herne Hill rail station is also close to the park.
Please check the TfL website to plan your travel beforehand. There may be disruptions to services that could affect your journey to and from the event.
If you are arranging a pickup by pre-booked private hire vehicle (minicab), please ask it to come to our designated pick-up location on Milkwood Road: SE24 0HA.
Please arrive in plenty of time and be patient if there are queues. Do not bring any large bags or rucksacks with you, and only bring a bag if it is absolutely essential. In the unlikely event you see something that concerns you tell security or police immediately.
LEAVING THE FESTIVAL
We are committed to being good neighbours to the local residents in the area, even more so this being our first year at Brockwell Park. Please respect their homes and property by leaving promptly, carefully disposing of your rubbish, using the toilets provided inside and outside the festival, and being mindful of minimising noise and disruption as you leave. Extra toilets are also available on Windrush square and Halfords / Curry’s car park.
The following items are not allowed to be brought into the event:
No food or drink (including sealed bottles of water of any size). Empty bottles are allowed, and can be filled at any of the free drinking water tap stands on site.
No large bags or backpacks (small bags up to A4 in size are permitted).
No controlled substances (including psychoactive substances).
No cans or metal containers.
No spray cans, gas canisters or compressed gas in any container.
No fireworks, flares, smoke canisters, Chinese lanterns, camping stoves, cooking apparatus or generators.
No explosives, firearms, knives, blades or replica weapons of any sort.
No large golf umbrellas, tents, tools, camping sticks, chairs, gazebos, parasols, sports equipment, flags, banners or other furniture.
No megaphones, amplification equipment, klaxons or air horns.
No dogs or pets, with the exception of assistance dogs.
The management reserve the right to search all persons and personal property.
A large variety of take-away cuisine is available in the arena, including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, curated by Venn Street Market, Street Feast and Fat Gay Vegan.
There will be a range of bars, including the London Brewers’ Market, selling lager, ale, spirits and wine in the arena. Soft drinks and mineral water will also be available.
Challenge 25 will be in operation at all bars. Please bring photo ID with you for proof of age. We accept the following forms of identification:
Current UK Passport
Current Driver’s License or Provisional License
The following cards (part of the PASS Scheme): Validate UK, CitizenCard
Should you be found with either a controlled substance or herbal or legal high at the point of entry, you will be denied entry and handed over to the Police. Should you be found within the festival site with either a controlled substance or herbal or legal high you will be ejected and handed over to the Police.
Anyone seeking information on the risk of taking illicit drugs or new psychoactive substances should refer to the FRANK website here: (www.talktofrank.com) or the new confidential helpline (0800 776 600).
If you need to need to bring any medication on site, please email: [email protected] in advance. If you don’t, it will be taken from you on entry.
All our security and stewards are here to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable time. We ask you respond to security announcements and follow directions from security and stewards. Should you require assistance please speak to the nearest, easily identifiable member of the team. CCTV is in operation outside and inside the event, as well as at the entry gates.
There is a First Aid point and Welfare facilities within the arena. If at any time you feel at all unwell during the festival, please find a member of staff or security who will be able to assist. For useful advice on the do’s and don’ts of enjoying an event like Field Day, take a look at the wealth of information at www.festivalsafe.com
There will be several temporary ATMs available within the arena.
If you lose something, there is a lost property desk next to the First Aid and Welfare tent where you can go to log what you have lost and try to reclaim anything that has been found.
If you would like this information in an alternative format or need more information on accessible facilities at the event, please visit www.fielddayfestivals.com/event-information or email [email protected]
With any ticket related questions you need to contact the ticket agency that you purchased your ticket from.
The same regulations apply at Field Day as the rest of the country, you can smoke in the open air but not inside big tops and tents – look out for the ‘no smoking’ signs.
Lineup is always subject to change.