Whatstandwell Festival

Whatstandwell Festival 2019

Tickets now on sale at:

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4223861

Preparations have now started for Whatstandwell Festival 2019. We have decided that this year we don’t want to get bigger than 500 capacity, but that we do want to be better.  So we are planning a more impressive circus for the Friday night, followed by some live music and a banging 80s disco.

We also want to improve the food offering this year and we be having more caters who will be providing a greater variety of food.

We also have some great bands booked for Saturday night and we are in the process of sorting out Saturday afternoon’s entertainment and working out what else we can bring you.

So we will be making some more announcements soon.

 

Whatstandwell Festival Terms & Conditions

  • Admission
    The right of admission is reserved
  • Cars and Parking
    All vehicles must be parked in designated areas as directed by traffic marshals
    There are no vehicle movements allowed after midnight until 08:00 am on the campsite
  • Dogs
    Well behaved dogs are allowed at the festival provided they are friendly, are on a lead and their owners clean up after them, but bear in mind it is a farm too and we don’t want any biting!
  • Noise
    No unauthorised sound systems are allowed on site
    The whole camp site is designated a quiet area for families to camp
    In the event of unacceptable levels of noise after midnight and before 08:00 am ring the camp site owner (Sam) on 07890 419530
  • Alcohol
    The festival will operate a challenge 25 system to prevent underage drinking
    No alcohol is allowed to be brought into the barn other than that bought at the bar
  • Fires and Fireworks
    Strictly no fireworks, or fires on site
    Chinese lanterns are not allowed and will be confiscated
  • Children and Young Adults
    All children must be accompanied by a paying parent or guardian
    All young adults (aged 11 to 17) must camp in the same area as their families with a maximum of 4 teens per adult (over the age of 25)
  • Controlled Substances
    Anyone caught with a controlled substance will be reported to the police immediately
  • The Event
    Management reserve the right to alter, or in the event of adverse weather conditions, to curtail or cancel the performance
    Management reserve the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists and to vary the programme if necessary
  • Loss or Damage
    Whatstandwell Festival will not be responsible for any loss or damage to personal item.

How to get to Whatstandwell Festival

  • Whatstandwell is just off the A6 between Matlock and Belper where the road crosses the River Derwent. There is a regular bus and train service to Whatstandwell between Matlock and Derby.
  • Whatstandwell is just off the A6 between Matlock and Belper where the road crosses the River Derwent. There is a regular bus and train service to Whatstandwell between Matlock and Derby.
  • Whatsandwell Festival is held at Hankin Farm, New Road, which is the road to Alderwasley from Whatstandwell. Its a short walk from either the train station or bus stop or there is parking on site in the field.