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For all other information please see below…

All weekend festival tickets allow access to the standard camping and family camping. We also offer a variety of boutique camping options and live-in campsite facilities. These do not include festival tickets so make sure to purchase a standard weekend festival ticket in addition to your camping.

Guests can access the campsites as soon as the festival gates are open at 12:00.

Festival ticket holders are welcome to organise off site accommodation for themselves and access the festival site on a daily basis between 10:00 – 21:30, except on Thursday where they will be able to access the site from 12:00.

Minimising the environmental impact of We Out Here is a core focus for the whole team. Please help us keep the land beautiful and this event sustainable by leaving no trace.


The General and Family campsites are side-by-side and just a short walk from the public car park and arena (depending on where you’re camped 5 – 20 minutes).

The family campsite is suggested as a more child-friendly space, however there are no facilities or parking specific to this campsite.

The Live-in campsite is close by General and Family and also only a short walk to the arena. The Live-in campsite is open to powered vehicles or towed trailers with obvious sleeping facilities that require no further infrastructure to be used for the purpose of sleeping (eg. tent). Cars/trucks may be used as towing vehicles, but are not permitted as stand alone ‘live-ins”.

Facilities for these campsites are shared and will include:

  • Toilets – please respect the facilities to help our cleaning teams ensure a pleasant experience for all campers.
  • Showers – don’t forget your own towels and toiletries!
  • Water points – don’t forget your reusable water bottles!
  • Waste and recycling points – collect, separate and deposit your waste in our recycling points. Keep your campsite clean and leave no trace!
  • Staffing and security – festival staff and security will keep an eye on the campsites to help promote a safe, community feel to your temporary home. If you are unsure about anything, talk to them, they are there to help!
  • Campsite Hub – festival staff will be available via the Campsite Hub.
  • Note that there are no power or water hook ups available in the Live In Campsite.


Whether you’re staying in general, family, boutique, live-in or accessible camping, there are a few rules that we ask you to respect to ensure the campsites are a safe and welcoming home for everyone.

  • No gas powered cooking stoves over 220g permitted, all stoves must be purpose built and used in designated cooking areas only
  • No open fires/BBQs permitted
  • No portable speakers/sound systems
  • Please keep noise to an absolute minimum in the sleeping areas, especially in the quiet camping and family areas – you may be asked to re-pitch if excessive noise persists
  • No gazebos or temporary fencing permitted
  • No generators
  • All tents must be pitched within the demarcated areas including guy ropes and all fire lanes must be kept clear at all times
  • All litter, liquid waste and food waste must be disposed of in the correct areas to ensure hygiene levels are maintained
  • Please use toilet and water provisions in a respectful manner to protect the land and maintain high quality living conditions
  • All standard entry policies, prohibited items and alcohol limits apply to the campsites and there will be a search operation on arrival to the festival.
  • There are further rules specific to the live-in campsite

We’ve suggested some top tips below to help you and your fellow campers look after yourselves and your belongings:

  • Get to know your neighbours. Look out for each other.
  • Leave your valuables at home or in our lockers. Not in your tent. Or in your car.
  • Don’t make it easy for thieves to find your belongings – spread your valuables out rather than keeping them in one bag / pocket.
  • Use the on-site lockers.
  • Don’t carry large amounts of cash. Cash machines are available and bars / traders accept card payments.
  • Leave your car glove box empty and open to deter thieves.

If you are concerned about anything, witness, or are victim to a crime or antisocial behaviour, it is important that you report it immediately to festival staff or security. They are there to help. The more information you can give us, the better chance we have of coordinating an efficient and effective response.


In addition to the standard campsite rules and top tips, the below are specific to the live-in campsite:

  • No gas powered cooking stoves over 220g permitted – unless integrated into the vehicle
  • Please keep noise to an absolute minimum including integrated sound systems and TVs
  • No Gazebos, awnings, temporary fencing or tented structures
  • All vehicles must be sited in demarcated areas and all fire lanes must be kept clear at all times
  • Any cars used to tow caravans/trailers must be parked alongside the ‘Live in’ and must remain static and switched off for the duration of the festival. If the vehicle is intended to be driven off-site – it must be parked in the public car park (free of charge) passes will be available on arrival.
  • Any party intending to depart before 20:00 on Sunday 22nd August must inform campsite management for escort.
  • All standard entry policies, prohibited items and alcohol limits apply to live in vehicles and there will be a search operation on arrival.


Showers and toilets

Complimentary phone charging facilities

Security and wristbanded access

Pamper Tent with hairdryers and straighteners

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