We encourage attendees to lift share when possible in order to minimise damage to carparking areas.
Getting to 110
Please see the Travel page
Families are welcome. All under 16s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian aged over 18 – minimum ratio of 1:4.
Please be prepared for the British weather – wellies! There will be plenty of places to keep dry and warm so don’t worry!
Opening & Closing
Gates open at 4pm on Thursday 1st August (Thursday entry pass required). Gates for general weekend tickets open at 10am on Friday 2nd August. Camping grounds must be vacated no later than 12 noon on 5th August.
You are permitted to take as much alcohol for personal consumption as you wish to the event. However, you can only bring this in on first entry to the event. Glass bottles will not be permitted and will be confiscated upon entry.
This is as a result of detailed discussion with local authorities, police, medics and then subsequent requirement RE-ENTRY to the festival site with any alcohol will be prohibited to ensure the safety of everyone on site. You will be able to bring alcohol into the event but once you have been given your wristbands you will not be permitted to bring additional alcohol into the festival.
110 Above Festival operates a zero tolerance drug policy - this includes 'legal highs'
Facilities onsite include food outlets, water points, toilets and showers (additional pass required - available in our ticket shop)
Please contact if you’re interested in volunteering to help at the festival.
Unfortunately we cannot allow dogs onto the site.
Advance ticket purchases will be exchanged at the gate for a wristband. All weekend tickets include camping.
No glass is permitted onto the site – including the camping area or main arena.
Families are very welcome to attend the festival. We will allocate a separate, quieter, family camping area
Access to the festival is free for under 12’s. All children (under 16) but be accompanied by an adult at all times.
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