Weekend tickets include camping in the adjacent field to the entertainments. The camping area is divided into family camping, quiet camping, live-in vehicles and disabled access camping.
Campervans, caravans and trailer tents will require a live-in vehicle pass.
The gate opens at midday on Thursday, and closes at 10pm every night. See the Travel page for directions to the site and public transport information.
When You Arrive
If you are arriving by vehicle, stewards will direct you to the holding area to park while you get your wristbands and vehicle pass. Car drivers will then be directed to the car park, and campervans, caravans and trailer tents will be directed to the live-in vehicle area. Please follow stewards’ instructions as they are looking out for your safety and that of everyone at the event.
NGG’s event is spread over two fields, one for camping and one for entertainments. You’ll be able to choose whether to camp close to the entertainments, or in a peaceful spot on the far edge of the field. It’s not far from the car parking area to the camping areas, but if you need assistance moving your camping gear the Baggage Trikes will be on hand to assist you. Ask stewards at our Welcome Tent for directions to Family Camping, Quiet Camping, General Camping and Accessible Camping.
The event closes late Sunday, and camp site is available until Monday.
Our Accessible Camping Area is as close to the main event area as possible and close to the disabled toilets. The Resource Living solar fire engine by the main stage will provide charging for mobility scooters or electric wheelchairs.
There are clean composting toilets on site, and hot showers heated by a wood burner. There are drinking water taps placed throughout the campsite. There are also plenty of recycling points.
NGG is powered by solar and pedal-power, there is no mains electricity or generators at NGG. There will be a variety of cafes and food stalls, the NGG bar, and Tat 4 Tibet’s site shop selling useful essentials. Cashback is available from the bar.