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Staying at Forever Young Festival

The best way to really immerse yourself in the festival experience is to stay on site. For anyone new to the experience, we have added some details on this page to help you understand your options.

To stay on site you need a camping ticket. You can bring your own tent, or if you like the easy life and added touch of comfort, we have several companies on our glamping page that provide you with a range of options. From simple tents that they have ready for your arrival, and take down after you leave, eco friendly cardboard tents, to luxury complete packages. You can add airbeds etc to most basic packages so all you need is your outfits and a sleeping bag!!!
There are also huts, belle pads, and other options to chose from, a big shared tent or octopad etc can really be a great option to accommodate a group of friends for the weekend.

If you have a campervan you need camping passes and a campervan pass to suit the size of your vehicle. There are many companies hiring campervans and motorhomes, it’s a great way to enjoy comfort and modcons at a festival.
We are looking to add a caravan field subject to licence so keep checking the site or social media for any developments.
If you want to bring your own tent but like to have access to power plugs, nicer toilets, less queues for a shower etc, we have a VIP camping area to accommodate this.

We will have provisions for disabled access, a disabled/wheelchair viewing platform and arrangements to assist with suitable camping if required, please email [email protected]. We aim to provide facilities to accommodate most extra needs where possible, including a quiet area/ wellness tent for those needing a safe space to chill out.


Full site map to be posted closer to the event, this is a schematic guide

Click each section for more information

This is a schematic drawing illustrating the options for staying on site, it is not a site plan, just representation of how the on site accommodation is structured as a camping village, needing camping passes to access this area.