The campsite opens on Thursday 16th July at 2pm and closes at 5pm on Monday 20th July. When booking your ticket you will have been allocated a camping zone (Yellow, Red, Blue, Green and Family) and told which car park to head to (Red or Green).
Each campsite is equipped with toilets, water points and fire towers, and there will be zone managers working 24 hours a day to offer any assistance you may need.
QUICK TIP: If you want to camp in a less crowded area, ask the gate staff on arrival and they will point you in the right direction.
There is no car access from the car parks to the campsites, but if you need help transporting your luggage, carts are available to hire along with a golf buggy shuttle.
QUICK TIP: Tie a flag or marker to your tent and take a note of a nearby fixed point to help you find your way back to your tent. Remember not to take any expensive belongings with you.
There are toilets located throughout the festival site and the campsites, disabled toilets can also be found in all areas. Showers are located in The Village but are only open from 7.30pm to 12.30pm on Thursday, Friday to Sunday from 6am to 12.30pm and on Monday from 6am to 5pm. Showers located in the family campsite are open 24 hours from Thursday to Monday.
If you've only booked a day ticket or the camping experience is not for you, we've a huge range of accommodation to choose from on The Suffolk Coast.
The nearby towns of Southwold, Halesworth and Beccles can provide you with a pitch for your tent or caravan, self-catering cottages, town houses and barns, inns and pubs and luxury hotels. But be quick, many fill up with festival-goers (and the odd performer or celebrity!) months in advance