Where do I buy local tickets?
A limited number of local tickets for Standon Calling 2019 will be available to buy at a discounted rate from Westwoods, Standon and TG’s, Puckeridge soon.
Who qualifies as local?
Locals are defined as anyone living in the following villages:
- Wellpond Green
- Colliers End
We ask our local outlets to enforce this policy, so you’ll need to provide proof of address when making your purchase. Accepted forms of proof of address include: in date photo driving licence, a recent bank statement or a recent utility bill.
Local tickets are limited to a maximum of 8 per household.
If you encounter any issues trying to buy your local tickets and would like to speak with someone, please contact us directly at email@example.com
What are the Local ticket prices?
- Local Adult Weekend £100 (+bfs)
- Local Accompanied Young Adult Weekend (16 & 17) £95 (+bfs)
- Local Accompanied Teen Weekend (13-15) £89 (+bfs)
- Local Accompanied Child (4-12) Weekend or Day £30 (+bfs)
- Local Accompanied Infant (0-3) Weekend or Day £5 (+bfs)
- Local Lavish Lands Camping £45 (+bfs) [includes weekend parking pass]
- Local Weekend Parking £15 (+bfs)
*All local ticket pricing represents a significant saving on national pricing. Ticket stock is limited, so buy early to avoid disappointment. All tickets are subject to a small booking fee.
What information will I need to provide when buying local tickets?
For Standon Calling 2019 tickets will be issued by email as e-tickets for added security.
You will need to provide:
(1) Your email address
Please make sure you provide your correct email address when buying your ticket(s) from a local vendor to receive your tickets.
(2) Your full name
Please make sure you provide your first and last name when booking your tickets
(3) Proof of postal address
Accepted forms of proof of address: in date photo driving licence, recent utility bill, recent bank statement
(4) Contact telephone number
This will be used only if we need to contact you about your order.
(5) Proof of age
You must be 18 or over to purchase tickets. If you are buying tickets for under 18s, you must be over the age of 21 and agree that you will be their responsible guardian and present for the duration of the event. Please see Under 18s section below for further information.
Please ensure that you provide all of this information at the point of sale, otherwise your ticket will not be valid for entry and will NOT be refunded.
Once you have purchased your tickets you should receive a confirmation email immediately. Your e-tickets will become print ready closer to the time of the festival.
All under 18s attending the festival must be accompanied by a responsible adult aged 21 or over for the duration of the event. When buying a Young Adult or Teen ticket, the accompanying Adult ticket must be purchased in the same transaction. This accompanying adult must agree to this and provide contact details. We operate a policy of one adult for every two Young Adults or Teens.
Any under 18 tickets (Young Adult or Teen) booked without an accompanying Adult ticket will not be valid and you will not be permitted to enter the festival. All tickets are non-refundable.
What should I do if I haven’t received my confirmation email?
You should receive your confirmation email immediately after purchasing your local tickets, please check your junk folder. If you have still not received your confirmation email it is possible that a typo may have been entered at the time of purchase. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance and make sure to provide the following information:
- Lead bookers full name
- Email address entered at the time of purchase
- Date and time of purchase
- Method of payment (card or cash)
- Number of tickets purchased
- Which local outlet you purchased from
Will the prices go up?
Once earlybird tickets have sold out, we will move to the next tier of Local Tickets. We therefore advise you buy tickets as early as possible to ensure you get the best price.
At any price, local tickets represent a significant saving on national pricing as a thank you for the much-appreciated local support of the festival.
My name isn’t on my ticket, will I be able to gain entry to the festival?
The lead booker from your group will have their name printed on all of your groups’ tickets. If possible, please arrive with the lead booker who purchased tickets on your behalf in order to gain entry to the festival.
Is there a locals’ gate and specific locals’ walking routes?
Yes, as in previous years, there will be a specific locals’ gate for Standon Calling 2019. Please see walking routes below for locals, advised in 2018. These can be taken as a guide for 2019. However, please note, we may change or update this advice closer to the time of the 2019 event.
(1) Puckeridge Resident’s Route
Turn off Standon Hill (A120) on to Barwick Road, after approximately 50 metres there will be a signed entrance to a path in an adjacent field, running parallel to the road. Take a hard right at the end of the field and carry on straight, cross Dowsett’s Lane to continue to the festival site, you’ll pass the Campervan field and Family Camping before reaching the Main Gate. Reverse this route to exit. This route will be well signed with lighting and barriers in place for your safety and convenience.
(2) Standon & Latchford Resident’s Route
Leading to the Locals’ Gate for Standon Calling, open Thursday 25th July (time TBC) to Sunday 28th July (time TBC).
While walking to and from the festival please be respectful to residents and our neighbours by keeping noise to a minimum.
We would also like to remind everyone that there is no parking available on Standon High Street. If you are driving, please buy a discounted Locals’ Parking Pass in advance from Westwoods, Standon or TG’s, Puckeridge and use festival car parking. We encourage you to walk to the festival where possible.
Is there a locals’ discussion group?
Yes. If you’re a local or local ticket holder please join our Standon Calling locals Facebook group – www.facebook.com/groups/279012272200635/. We appreciate your support.
Can locals volunteer at this year’s festival?
Yes – volunteering positions for 2019 will open soon.
When will you be announcing the road closures for 2019?
The road closures for the 2019 have not yet been confirmed. If you live within an historic road closure and would like to discuss 2019 planning with us, please email email@example.com
Who can I contact about local related issues?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions and someone will be in touch to assist shortly.
I do not live in one of the named local villages. Where I can buy tickets from?
A limited number of Regional tickets for Standon Calling 2019 will be available to buy at a discounted rate from some regional outlets. Please check back here in the coming months for confirmation of these locations.
These are available to anyone who lives in Hertfordshire.
If you encounter any issues when buying your regional tickets and would like to speak with someone, please contact us directly at email@example.com
What are the Regional ticket prices?
Prices are currently TBC for Standon Calling 2019.
*Regional weekend ticket pricing represents a saving on national pricing. Ticket stock is limited, so buy early to avoid disappointment. All tickets are subject to a small booking fee.
What information will I need to provide when buying Regional tickets?
See all information required when buying a local ticket above. All apply to regional ticket purchase.
Please note, for Standon Calling 2019 tickets will be issued by email as e-tickets for added security so you will need to provide an accurate email address at point of purchase.