Checklist for the small but massive festival

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The organisers have provided some important information to ensure you have a great time without any hiccups this weekend.

The box office will be located at the designated car park, at the bottom of the festival road, and will be open from 2pm to 10pm on Friday 20th July and from 10am to 9pm on Saturday 21 July.

Getting There

Glasgowbury encourage public transport where possible and have re-introduced a province wide bus service from various locations. Return buses (£20) will depart on Friday evening and return on Sunday morning from a number of occasions, a Belfast day return service will also be available. To book a place on any of these services or for more information, contact Chambers on 028 2764 1880.

If travelling by car, road signs will direct you to the festival site from Draperstown.

Parking

The car park and box office is located approximately one mile from the festival and camp-sites.

A cost of £5 per car will apply to park your car (to cover security and field hire costs). For further queries about parking, including disabled access, email info@glasgowbury.com.

Shuttle buses will run from the car park to the festival site all day at a cost of just £3 per person. One ticket price permits you to unlimited bus travel over the weekend.

Camp Site/Accommodation Information

The camp-site will open from 2pm on Friday 20 July and must be vacated by 12 noon on Sunday 22 July. Those who arrive before this time will have to wait until the box office opens.

Bin bags will be supplied to all campers. Please respect the camp site and your patch by keeping your area tidy and using the clean up facilities provided.

A designated family camp site and quiet area will be located on site. Please make security aware of your requirements on entry and they will show you to the correct area.

No glass bottles, no camp fires and no barbecue stoves will be allowed in the camping area – this will be strictly enforced in order to ensure everyones safety.

A number of local accommodation suppliers offer an alternative to the camp site – see www.glasgowbury.com for more information.

Food and Drink

You may bring your own food, drink and alcohol (no glass bottles) to the camp site but you will not be allowed to bring any drinks or alcohol into the festival site.

A full selection of food stalls will feature at the festival selling products such as buffalo burgers, burritos, burgers, chips, crepes and more with both vegetarian and coeliac options available.

Other Information

Glasgowbury reserve the right to eject anyone from the camping or festival site subject to improper behaviour as determined by security.

Under 12s will be allowed entry to the festival for free with an accompanying adult (four children per one adult)/ 16 and 17 year olds can come to the festival unattended by an adult but will not be allowed access to the bar or alcohol.

ID may be required at the festival gate and bar as applicable.

See www.glasgowbury.com for more details.