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Festival Dates & Location
Standon Calling Festival takes place from Thursday 23rd – Sunday 26th July 2020 at Standon Lordship, SG11 1EE.
If you find any lost property or have lost something yourself, please hand in or check with the Info Tent on site. If you’ve already left the festival, contact our Lost Property provider NotLost here. Items will be kept for one month after the festival. Anything not claimed in this time will be given to charity or disposed of.
Our 2020 line up has yet to be revealed. 2019 saw Rag’n’Bone Man, Wolf Alice, Nile Rodgers & CHIC headline, special guests Friendly Fires alongside other big names like Lewis Capaldi, Kate Nash and IDLES.
Where to Stay
We’ve got loads of accommodation options. Your weekend ticket comes with General Camping or Family Camping. We also offer upgrades to Lavish Lands, we have Boutique Camping and a Campervan field. Take a look at all our options here.
We’re a family friendly festival and welcome people of all ages each and every year.
We offer Accompanied Young Adult (16-17), Accompanied Teen (13-15), Child (4-12) and Infant (0-3) Ticket options.
All under 18s attending the festival must be accompanied by a responsible adult aged 21 or over for the duration of the event.
Any Young Adult or Teen ticket must be bought in the same transaction as their accompanying Adult ticket, with contact details of the accompanying adult given.
We operate a policy of one Adult for every two Young Adults or Teens.
Each named ticket holder will need to show ID if asked by security personal on the gate. If you cannot produce ID you may not gain entry to the festival. Types of ID accepted:
- Photo driving licence
- PASS Card.
Although we have Under 18s wristbands, we operate Challenge 25 at our bars and reserve the right to refuse service of alcohol to anyone unable to show valid photo ID.
Things to Bring
- Your Ticket
- Reusable water bottle (we’ll also be selling these)
- Layers for the evening
- Medication if required
- Your phone
Things Not To Bring
- Floating Lanterns / Candles
- Soundsystems, small portable speakers are allowed in the campsites
- Glass Bottles
- Laser pens
- High vis jackets
- Weapons (or anything that could be used as a weapon)
- Drugs / “legal” highs / herbal highs / research chemicals / NPS / poppers / nitrous oxide “laughing gas”, misuse of prescription drugs
- Briefcase camping stoves with aerosol gas canisters
- Gas canisters above 3.9kg
Disposable BBQs are allowed at the festival provided they are raised off the grass. Please be aware that in the event of extremely dry weather we reserve the right to ban BBQs, gas stoves and other equipment on the grounds of safety.
- Air horns
- Smoke bombs
- Signs or materials displaying unauthorised political, religious, offensive or race-related messages, slogans or images.
- Unauthorised promotional material unless otherwise agreed
- Tripods, video camera equipment, professional camera kit
- Alcohol – you cannot bring your own alcohol into the arena. Weekend ticket holders are permitted to bring alcohol for personal consumption in the campsite. Please see the link below.
- We reserve the right to ban the use of any gas canisters or open flames if there is an increased saftey riske.g. in extremely dry weather conditions.
Weekend ticket holders are permitted to bring alcohol for personal consumption into the campsites up to the per person allowance (see below). You are only permitted to bring alcohol into the festival with you on your first entry, when you receive you exchange your ticket for a wristband. If you need to bring alcohol in on a subsequent entry, please speak to a member of staff on the gate when you first arrive and ask for a pass you can use on a subsequent entry. This confirms you have not yet brought your permitted alcohol allowance onto site. Without this pass you will not be allowed to bring alcohol onto site if you have your wristband on. We encourage our festival goers to bring their own reusable bottles for water. When bringing these into the arena, they will need to be empty. We have water refill points throughout the arena.
Alcohol limits per person:
Per person, you are permitted to bring: 12 cans of beer/lager/cider OR 75cl of spirits in a plastic container OR a single 2.25 litre box of unopened wine. Important: No glass allowed on site. It will be confiscated on entry to the festival. Day ticket holders are not permitted to bring alcohol onsite.
Terms and Conditions
Please have a read of our festival terms and conditions before you enter the site. Ticket terms and conditions.