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Can you bring your big-shop to your tent and spend the whole weekend wondering if three-day-old bacon is OK? Yes you can. Can you take a wheelbarrow full of cheap Fosters into the festival area? No, this ain’t Glasto dah-ling.

What kind of food can I expect to find?

We carefully handpick a selection of food stall to ensure a variety of tastes are covered. From the UK to Greece, from Italy to Thailand. You can expect exotic, traditional, and far flung flavours.

Here is just a handful of our excellent traders: Pommarola Pizza, Big Eats Co. , Jumanji Thai, Pyramid Catering, The Village Deli and many, many more! #tasty

Food and drink for families

There are a number of food traders within the festival site that provide some family favourites such as pizzas, pastas, burgers, and seafood. For the more adventurous taste buds, there is Thai, Indian and Greek foods to try.

 

Can I bring my own food, drink and alcohol?

You are more than welcome to bring a selection of food and drinks into the camping areas to enjoy throughout the weekend. Food and drinks are not to be brought into the main festival arena, bag searches do happen at the security points and any items found will be confiscated and disposed of.  We have a huge selection of food and drinks within the main festival site to choose from, with dietary requirements covered by most.

Bringing alcohol into the festival area is strictly prohibited, however, a small amount for personal consumption is allowed within the campsite. Up to one crate of beer or one bottle of spirits, or two bottles of wine per person per weekend camping ticket. Sadly, glass is not allowed anywhere in the festival site, so please decant into alternative carriers.

Our security team will be checking for glass containers and will confiscate any alcohol that is deemed to be more than for personal consumption.

Fresh drinking water points are located in the main camping areas, remember to stay hydrated!