End of The Road Festival is located at Larmer Tree Gardens, near Blandford, in Dorset. End of The Road 2023 takes place from the 31st August – 3rd September. Please check school term dates.
Thursday 31st August 10am – 10pm
Friday 1st September 8am – 10pm
Saturday 2nd September 8am – 9pm
Sunday 3rd September 8am – 6pm
Monday 4th September 8am – 12pm
You will not be permitted entry to the car park outside of the above hours, however you may leave 24/7.
All campsites are open from 11am on Thursday 31st August and are accessible 24/7 once you are on site and have your wristband. You must collect your wristband before 11pm on your day of arrival.
Opens: Thursday 31st August 1:30pm
Closes: Monday 4th September 12:00pm
You may be asked for ID upon arrival, so please bring either your passport, driving licence or credit/debit card.
We take your safety and security really seriously. Our teams at Wristband Exchange will be carrying out thorough bag searches so remember to check out our list of prohibited items before you start packing your bags!
Details regarding arrival will be emailed to you with your tickets.
CAR PARKS AND CAMPERVANS/CARAVANS/LIVE IN VEHICLES
Parking passes are available in advance. Please have your Parking Pass printed or downloaded on your phone ready for scanning upon arrival. You will NOT be able to purchase a parking pass on arrival.
Campervans/Caravans/Live-In vehicles must purchase a ‘Campervan Pitch’ in addition to their festival ticket in advance online. This area is located separately from the main campsite.
A ‘Regular Campervan Pitch’ allows for a pitch that is 6m x 8m with space for 1 x live in vehicle OR 1 x caravan, PLUS 1 x small awning (max 2 person).
A ‘Large Campervan Pitch’ allows for a pitch that is 9m x 8m with space for 1 x live in vehicle OR 1 x caravan, PLUS 1 x awning / tent (max 4 person).
The festival is unable to accommodate vehicles longer than 9m, including double decker buses.
Note that cars used for towing will be parked separately within Orange Campsite.
Those who have booked to go into Accessible Camping (including carers, friends and relatives) will need to pick up their festival wristband from the Box Office. Once you have done so, you can proceed down the drive to the Accessible Campsite where you can collect your Accessible Campsite wristband, Accessible Parking Pass, Viewing Platform Lanyard from our Accessible Campsite Managers. If you have any queries, please email email@example.com
Please note: Accessible camping and accessible parking need to be booked in advance. The deadline for booking is 31st July 2023. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to do so. The Accessible Campsite is located at the bottom of the drive opposite the barns. There is more information on Accessible Campsite facilities here.
CASH OR CARDS
All our bars are cashless. Caterers and traders will be able to accept cash and card. Roaming Programme sellers only accept cash. You can withdraw cash via ATM machines in the festival arena and at the campsite. There is a charge for these.
Mr Trolley will be returning to the festival to help you ferry your gear from the car park to the camping area.
From 3 pm on Friday, you’ll also be able to hire a trolley overnight to wheel your little ones around in, allowing you to catch the late performances whilst they are either enjoying the ride or asleep, safe and sound, right by your side. In addition to a trolley, you can hire a wagon conversion – a trolley with cushions and a canopy with sides that go up or down.
Choose between a trolley or a wagon, in 4 colours, pay for the hire plus the deposit and off you go. Pre-booking will be available soon.
We have 6 camping areas: General, Family, Boutique, Accessible, Campervan and Quiet. More information on the facilities available in each area can be found here.
SECURITY & SAFETY
• The First Aid Tent & Welfare is located across from the pavilions. In the campsites, there will be roaming foot patrols in the day
• The Information point is located on the main campsite road close to the Woods Stage.
• Lost property will held at the Information point for the duration of the festival. Should you be searching for items after the festival has ended, please email email@example.com with a description of your item(s) and a member of staff will assist you where possible.
• All our water points are suitable for drinking. The water in the toilets is not drinking water.
• Cash machines are opposite the Tea Bus on the way from the main village towards the Garden Stage
• A free lock up scheme is run by Friends of the Earth. It faces the main campsite near the Woods Stage entrance to the village.
• Don’t leave valuables unattended in your tent. During the night, keep them in an inaccessible place such as your sleeping bag.
• Put your phone number on your child’s wristband.
• Exposure to loud noise can damage your hearing. Do come prepared with well-fitting ear protection for you and your children.
• We have a zero tolerance policy to sexual harassment and sexual assault. Read more here.
THINGS YOU CAN’T DO
• Smoke inside any of the festival tents. This is the law.
• Drugs – Big NO! We have a zero tolerance policy and your stay with us will be short.
• Bring glass on site. Security will search for and dispose of any glass at the entrance.
• Bring pets other than assistance dogs.
• Bring personal sound systems.
• Make open fires or barbecues (camping stoves used away from tents are fine).
• Take camping chairs, trolleys and ground blankets forward of the Woods Stage sound desk and Garden Stage sound desk after 5pm, or into the Tipi Stage after 5pm.
• Bring flags into the festival village. These are permitted in the campsite only.
• It gets cold at night so remember to bring warm sleeping bags, extra blankets and (if you like) air beds.
• There is a festival shop in the general campsite just before you enter the village for all those vital bits and pieces you forgot.