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Plan your visit


How to find us & Parking 

Grange Park is located just off the
A1 at Wetherby and is a short walk from the town centre.  Our postcode is LS22 5NB


There is plenty of car parking at the venue, with the overflow car park in use for the festival, vehicles left over night must be removed before 10am the following day.

There is a height barrier of 2.2m


There are no camping tickets and you may not camp at the festival.

Buying Drinks
Festival Tokens

To buy drinks from the Festival bars and sweets from the the tuck shop you'll need to buy 'Festival Tokens' which can be purchased online in advance or at the entrance or from the help desk.  We accept card or cash to purchase Festival Tokens.

Festival tokens are sold in multiples of £10.

Festival Tokens are NOT refundable. 

Festival Tokens can not be replaced if lost or damaged. 


Food vendors and some kids entertainers are independent traders, they do not accept Festival tokens.  Vendors are likely to accept cash and cards.

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Drink Responsibly

We welcome everyone at the Festival, and ask everyone to drink responsibly.  We offer a full range of low and no alcohol options, soft drinks, water.

The festival reserves the right to refuse bar service at its sole discretion.

We operate a Challenge 25 policy, bring ID if you wish to buy alcohol. 


All attendees will be issued with a wristband on entry. Failure to wear a wristband will result in you being refused service and you will be asked to leave the festival.


There is free drinking water available from the 'Water Station' and the clubhouse bar 

FREE Festival Shuttle 

A festival shuttle will run between Wetherby and Grange Park, Boston Spa, Thorpe Arch and Walton Corner every 30 minutes. You can jump on board to get to and from the festival for free. 

There is also a couple of runs of the service to/from Leeds.

See the full timetable

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Entry Times 

Friday Corporate Networking Doors open 2pm

Friday Evening Session Starts 5.30pm

Saturday Family Day Doors open at 12noon 

Saturday Evening Session Starts at 6.30pm

Last entry is 9.30pm

Last orders is 10.30pm 

The Festival closes at 11pm

Persons 16 and under must enter the festival with a responsible adult over the age of 18. 


Kids are only free when in possession of a 'Free Kids' ticket and only two free kids per paying adult are permitted regardless of the number of free kids tickets you hold.

Dog Friendly

We are dog friendly, however all dogs must be kept on a lead, and kept under control at all times.  Dogs are only welcome outside and may not enter the clubhouse building.

There are children playing on the fields so please clean up after your dog. Any person not following these simple rules will be asked to leave the festival (without refund). 

Remember the music may be too loud for your pup so only bring your dog if they are going to enjoy themselves! 

Wheelchair Access Crosswalk


The festival welcomes everyone. 

Our accessibility statement is in the news section of this website


The festival is held mainly in a marquee in a field, and while accessible, the ground is not even, you will need to cross over grass areas, which depending of the weather may be muddy and challenging for some. 


Seating is limited but everyone is welcome to bring their own folding chairs and picnic blankets.  NO personal gazebos however!  


You may find the answer to your question in one of our blogs on the NEWS section of the website, or in our FAQ

If you can't find the answer then email us and we will do our best to help. Please note however that during the festival we will not be able to reply to emails.  

During the festival there will be stewards and a help desk who you can approach for help if required. 

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