Standon Calling festival takes place in the grounds of Standon Lordship, in the village of Standon, Hertfordshire.
Set in the valley of the River Rib, you can expect a picturesque country escape.
The festival is within easy reach by public transport, bike or car at around 30 miles north of London and south west of Cambridge. We’re also close to Stanstead airport.
We welcome audiences from all over the UK, as well as a growing number from Europe, and even further afield!
Wherever you live, it’s easy to join us for an amazing festival weekend. We can’t wait to welcome you to the party.
Ware or Bishop’s Stortford are the closest major train stations for the festival.
COACHES AND SHUTTLE BUSES
New for 2018, Tuned in Travel will be offering a range of options to get you to and from the festival.
Coaches will be departing from various locations on Thursday and will return on Monday morning- alternatively, shuttle buses will be running throughout the day between local train stations and the festival for the duration of the weekend.
For large groups you can even book your own private minibus!
Use the postcode SG11 1EE if you’re driving to the festival.
As you approach the site, be careful of narrow surround roads and follow AA road signs to festival parking.
Remember to book your car parking pass in advance too, one per vehicle.
And don’t forget to offer your friends a lift!