Can you camp anywhere at Reading Festival?

Can you camp anywhere at Reading Festival?

There are no electrical hook-ups for campervans anywhere on site. Campervans cannot be parked with tents in the campsite. They will be located in one end of the campsite to comply with non-negotiable licence conditions.

What campsites are at Reading Festival?

Red. This is arguably the most convenient campsite in the site. It’s right by the main pedestrian entrance, so you don’t have to haul your camping equipment too far and there are showers and toilets nearby.

Where do you park for Reading Festival?

Green Car Park is situated in Kings Meadow. This is a short, FREE shuttle boat journey away from Green or Red Gate into the campsites. Any weekend vehicles coming from the East or South of Reading should go to the Green car park which is situated close to Napier Road, Reading.

Can you sleep in your car at Reading Festival?

The designated campervan/caravan area of the site is the only place where ticket holders can sleep in vehicles. We do not permit sleeping in cars and security will ask you to leave the car park. Barbecues can be used in these fields, but they must be at least 3m away from any vehicle or structure.

Is camping free at Reading Festival?

Under 13’s (12 years and under) are admitted free but must be accompanied by a paying ticket-holder over 18 at all times. For general Reading questions (like things you can’t bring and ticket types) please refer to the festival website. Campfires and the use of gas canisters are not permitted in Camping Plus.

Are there free showers at Reading?

Yes and yes! There are free showers on site, so you don’t have to wet wipe yourself for the whole weekend if you don’t have to.

Do you have to pay to camp at Reading Festival?

Can you shower at Reading Festival?

Showers. If you’re at the festival for the whole weekend and need a proper wash, there are showers dotted around the campsites in case you didn’t book the luxury camping. The white, yellow, guest and disabled access camping areas normally have showers, but beware of queues.

Can I take alcohol into Reading Festival?

Whilst you can take alcohol onto the campsite, you can’t take drinks into the arena. Reading Festival only allows sealed soft drinks under 500ml, as well as reusable bottles when you see the acts.

Are there drugs at Reading Festival?

Drugs are prohibited at Reading Festival – no drugs are safe and there is no such thing as a safe dose.

Where can I camp near Reading Festival?

17 campsites near Reading Festival Bozedown Boltholes Whitchurch Hill, Reading, Oxfordshire (4.9 miles). Fully equipped glamping safari tent for exclusive… Swiss Farm Touring and Camping Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire (6.6 miles). Award winning touring and camping in Henley,… Hurley Riverside

Where can I camp at Red Gate Festival?

Located right by the main Red Gate entrance to the festival, Camping Plus offers something for everyone’s purse strings. Bring your own tent to save the pennies and cash in on the luxury facilities or truly pamper yourself with an emperor tent, luxury tipi, mini bedouin tent, crew hut or more.

How much does it cost to stay at Reading Festival?

Of course, if you don’t want to camp you could book a hotel, or stay at the university for about £30 a night. If you are heading to Reading Festival this year we have lots of information for you, from what to take, getting to grips with the Covid protocols, how to navigate the cashless festival and so much more!

How many campsites are there at the festival?

If you are planning to camp at this year’s three-day festival, then you have seven different campsites to chose from. Whether you want to relax with your family by the river or pitch your tent right outside the Main Arena, there is a spot for you.

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