FIELD DAY 2018 – 1 & 2 June
Brockwell Park, London
Stage times can be found posted in the middle of the event site and in advance on the Field Day website.
Gates open at 13:00 on Friday 1st June and 11:30 on Saturday 2nd June. Last entrance to the festival is at 19:30. No re-admittance is allowed once you have left the festival site. Curfew is at 23:00.
Please email [email protected] with a full description of your lost item and we will let you know if it has been found.
UNAUTHORISED TICKET AGENTS AND TOUTING
Tickets are personal revocable licences and shall at all times remain our property. Tickets are strictly non-transferable and must not be sold or offered, exposed or made available for sale, or transferred or otherwise disposed of. We reserve the right to cancel without refund any Tickets issued to a Ticket Holder whom we believe plans to offer a Ticket for resale otherwise than in accordance with these Conditions.
Please only buy tickets from the authorised agents and outlets listed on our ticket page. BEWARE of touts and unauthorised ticket agents selling tickets and lanyards as they might be fake. We, the promoter, cannot guarantee the authenticity of these tickets and will refuse entry if the tickets are fake. Any person seeking to use a void ticket in order to gain or provide entry to Field Day will be considered to be a trespasser, will be ejected and liable to legal action.
We are in a very urban area, so please do respect our neighbours by arriving and leaving quietly and not dropping litter.
All of the tented stages at Field Day have a maximum capacity that, by law, we cannot exceed. If you want to see a particular artist, please arrive early to the stage to avoid disappointment. Once the tents have reached capacity, we will be enforcing a ‘one in, one out’ policy. If you cannot get access, we recommend you go and enjoy an artist at an alternative stage.
There will be several temporary ATMs available within the arena.
Any lost property that is found on site will be safely stored and a log taken of any items handed in. After the event has finished, you can contact us to see if your property was found by emailing [email protected]
Please be alert and keep your belongings safe at all times.
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.
As an urban event in London, the transport impact of Field Day is comparatively low; most people attending will come by public transport or on foot. Smoking and alcohol are not permitted on the tube or in tube stations.
SEXUAL ASSAULT POLICY
We have a zero-tolerance policy towards any kind of sexual assault or harassment at our festival.
We define sexual assault as “Any unwanted sexual act or activity”. There are many different kinds of sexual violence including but not restricted to rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Such actions and behaviour will not be tolerated at our event and suspects of such offences will be pursued and may be ejected from the festival. We will work with the police to support investigations and charging decisions.
Our dedicated welfare team are located within the arena, and will be on hand to offer people the option to talk privately, or to leave a confidential report (which could be accessed later by Police should the victim choose).
If something happens to you, please report it to the nearest steward, security guard, or to the welfare team directly.
We take all reports incredibly seriously and will take a victim led approach to all forms of sexual assault.
If you wish to know more please visit festivalsafe.com.
Our competition general terms & conditions can be viewed here.