We have limited capacity at our dedicated camping area. Buy early to avoid missing out!
LeeStock 2014 saw the arrival of a dedicated camping area within the grounds of Melford Hall. Run by an experienced festival campsite team, the area is family friendly with clean running water. Campervans and caravans are welcome, although unfortunately, there will be no electrical or water hookups. Campervans and caravans will require a separate ticket in addition to a camping ticket.
Camping tickets for 2020 have now sold out in record time. We apologise to anyone hoping to spend the weekend camping in the grounds of Melford Hall. There are several other camp sites within the local area, as well as Bed & Breakfast and hotel accommodation. Please see below for further information.
All children are required to have a camping ticket
Every caravan or camper van requires a separate ticket
All caravan or camper occupants are required to have a camping ticket
Access in to the campsite for camper vans and caravans is permitted from 10amSaturday 23rd May
All camper vans and caravans must vacate the premises by 11amMonday 25th May
Stewards and event security will monitor the campsite throughout the festival weekend. However, we accept no responsibility for any personal loss or damage. You must take care to protect your possessions.
The festival campsite opens at 11am on Saturday, around the same time as the main festival site. The first act is due on stage at around midday.
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Please read our full terms and conditions carefully as failure to comply could lead to eviction from both the campsite and the festival.
Bring your own policy (campsite only)
We will be benefiting from profits from the bar and also from our caterers so please spend freely. If you wish to bring your own alcohol to the campsite, you are welcome to subject to restrictions listed below. Please don’t bring any glass bottles or containers. Please enjoy yourself and enjoy any alcohol responsibly, we look forward to welcoming you. No alcohol is permitted to be brought onto the festival site.
£15 per person for the weekend (plus booking fee)
£5 per caravan or campervan for the weekend (plus booking fee)
The camp site is free for children under the age of 12. All children must have valid tickets for the camping area and festival site, and be accompanied by a paying adult.
Campfires are NOT permitted.
Only fitted camper van gas canisters or cylinders are permitted onsite. No electricity or water hook ups are available. One tent is permitted alongside the camper van. Cars cannot be parked next to the camper van. They can be used as a towing vehicle but then must be removed. Alcohol policy applies to camper van and any cutlery considered to be too large or have too many sharp objects that could cause harm to anyone will be confiscated.
Campsite Alcohol Policy
Alcohol brought to the campsite must comply with the event regulations which are:
Weekend campers aged 18 and over can bring in limited amounts and types of alcohol
Types of alcohol allowed – beer, cider, alco-pops and wine
Quantity per person: 24 cans beer or 18 cans of cider or 3 litres of wine or 24 bottles (must be plastic) alco-pops
Excessive amounts of food and cigarettes may be refused entry to the site. Only bring enough for personal consumption.
You can only bring in alcohol when you first enter
You will not be able to exit & re-enter with alcohol by use of your wristband
All drinks must be unopened and not in glass bottles
Alcohol is on sale at the event but you must be 18 or over to purchase it
Bring ID, you will be asked each time you buy a drink
No glass allowed. You must be 18 to bring in alcohol and may be asked for ID. Alcohol will only be permitted on first entry to the festival.
It is illegal to attempt to buy alcohol if you are under 18 and it is illegal to buy alcohol for another person who is under 18. Challenge 25 is in place at all bars
Arena Alcohol Policy
No alcohol is allowed into the festival arena. Excessive amounts of food and cigarettes may be refused entry to the site. Only bring enough for personal consumption. It is illegal to attempt to buy alcohol if you are under 18 and it is illegal to buy alcohol for another person who is under 18. Challenge 25 is in place at all bars.
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