Access Guide and Map
We produce a free access guide containing a map with details and locations of facilities, distances between attractions and other helpful information.
It will be featured here 2 weeks before the festival and as within the official app. You can also collect a hard copy when you arrive at the festival.
Viewing Platforms & Areas
The viewing platforms and viewing areas are for disabled access customers with mobility issues, wheelchair users, those unable to stand for long periods and people who struggle with being in crowds. Access to the platforms and accessible toilets is controlled via a wristband system. You can apply for the use of this facility in your access requirements form.
All platforms have wheelchair accessible ramps. Seating is provided on a first-come, first-served basis but you are welcome to bring your own folding chairs in with you.
At some stages, there will also be viewing areas, please check the access guide for these locations.
Wheelchair and mobility scooter charging points are available in the arena at some of the viewing platforms and in the disabled access campsite. Full details are contained in the access guide.
There will be hearing loops onsite at the disabled access check-in and at some of the platforms in the arena. Exact locations will be shown in the access guide.
A British Sign Language interpretation service will be available. To gain access to the BSL Service please complete the access requirements form. Schedules will be added to the access guide.