Friday: 4pm - 11pm
Saturday: 9am - 8pm
Sunday: 9am - 4pm
Friday: 4pm - 11pm
Saturday: 9am - 11pm
Sunday 9am - 8pm
Camp sites open: 4pm - Friday
Camp sites close: 8pm Sunday
Festival Arena Opening Times:
Saturday: 10am - 10pm
Sunday: 9am - 6pm
Child tickets are available for 6 to 15 year olds (inclusive):
- Persons aged 15 and under by law must now be accompanied by an adult of 18 or over.
- If you are 18 to 24 you can only accompany two under 16.
- If you are 25 or over you can accompany up to 4 under 16.
If you are bringing a child that is 5 years or younger to Scootfest then you should, on arrival, get a wristband for them , write your mobile number on the wristband and affix it firmly to your child's wrist. This should enable us to contact you should your child become separated from you.
You should also make it a priority on arrival to ensure that your children are made familiar with their surroundings, should they become separated from you they will then know where to get help. In particular make them aware of the security staff, the event office and the medical & welfare centre.
On-the-day tickets - Subject to availability (potentially sold-out) from the Entrance 5 Box Office. CASH ONLY.
Camping ticket holders – will gain access (vehicle or pedestrian) at Entrance 1. Admission tickets are scanned and exchanged for festival wristbands at the Entrance 1 Box Office.
Camping tickets are scanned and exchanged for a camping tag which will correspond to your allocated pitch and will need to be affixed to your tent/ caravan/ campervan.
Hostel & Lodge residents - If you have booked a room(s) in either the Hostel or the Lodge, you will gain access through Entrance 1 where your Admission tickets will be scanned and exchanged for festival wristbands at the Entrance 1 Box Office.
Random security checks will be made upon entry so please don't be offended if you are chosen, this is in the interests of all festival attendees.
Please read all points regarding bringing your own alcohol to the festival:
- Weekend campers aged 18 or over can bring in limited amounts and types of alcohol
- You will need ID to prove you are 18 or over to be allowed to bring alcohol in
- You can only bring alcohol in the first time you enter when you exchange your ticket.
- You will not be allowed to exit & re-enter by use of your wristband with alcohol.
- Day ticket holders are not allowed to bring in any alcoholic drinks
- All drinks must be in unopened bottles cans etc (no glass)
Types allowed: Beer, cider (or equivalent such as Alco pops) and wine.
NO spirits are allowed. NO glass bottles are allowed.
Quantity per person:
Please note: All drinks must be in unopened containers.
Buying Alcohol at the event:
- 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.
- 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 21 is in place at all bars.
Parking (non camping, hostel or lodge):
Follow the signs for Car Park 5 situated across the road outside Stoneleigh Park opposite Entrance 5. Car Park 5 will be in operation from 9am on Saturday & 8am Sunday.
Parking (with camping, hostel or lodge):
All cars/vans/caravans/campervans will be directed into Stoneleigh Park via Entrance 1. From here you will be directed either to your camping pitch or the accomodation reception.
All camping ticket holders and hostel/lodge residents have access from 4pm on Friday allowing you time to arrive, park up and set up your pitch.
One car/van space is included within your camping pitch, and any additional vehicles will need to be parked in Car Park 5 in the outer grounds.
Toilet blocks are found in and around the arena. These are fitted with basins, showers and running water. They are open during the arena times.
Food and catering:
Catering units are present all over the arena and offer a great variety of foods.
- ID, if you are over 18 and want to drink alcohol - challenge 21 will be in place at all bars.
- Cash for the weekend. We cannot guarantee use of cash machines as they may run out of money.
- Your scooter!
- Waterproofs, sun wear & warm clothes.
- Tent and sleeping bag if you are camping.
- Change of clothes in case you get wet.
What NOT to bring:
- Illegal items or substances.
- Any weapons or items that may be considered an offensive weapon.
- Knives of any sort including pen knives and Swiss-Army knives
- Fireworks and flares
- Alcohol over the limit allowed. See alcohol restrictions above.
- Glass of any kind, including perfume and cologne bottles, beer bottles, jars or drinking vessels.
- Spray paint
- Large sound systems
What to do:
- Check out all the action and have a go on the designated public courses and ramps.
- Check out the music
- Use the litter bins provided.
- Check out the retail village for some bargains.
What NOT to do:
- Do NOT light camp fires
- Do NOT bring fireworks
- Do NOT drink too much
- Do NOT try to break in
Smoking at the event:
No smoking is allowed in any of the indoor areas. Please do not smoke in these areas as it is now illegal and could result in you being fined.
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