Some festivals don’t allow revellers to take gazebos to campsites due to limited space and the crowd such festivals command.
Glastonbury Festival and Festaff Festivals, as part of the rules for campers, don’t accept gazebos or tents that take up space. Basically, the answer is dependent on which festival you are going to.
Nevertheless, there are many festivals that allow you to bring in a pop-up gazebo.
Where they are accepted, gazebos are great items you can take to winter festivals, music festivals, arts festival, film festivals, food festivals and religious festivals.
It is advisable for festival-goers to read up the rules and regulations of the festival grounds before going ahead with a gazebo, shade canopy or trailer tent.
All campers are made to go through a thorough stop-and-search session prior to entry into the farm.
Download Festival allows gazebos into camp.
Your ticket to camp covers a camping space of 9m × 7m at the Campervan Site. You can decide to pitch your gazebo in the space provided.
What this implies is that you’ll have to look for gazebos that aren’t larger than the required size while shopping for one.
It’s going to be muddy or wet underneath, why not be one of the posh ones and take a waterproof picnic blanket with you?
Festivals That Do Dot Allow Gazebos
Festivals that do not allow gazebos include:
- Creamfields Festival
- Sundown Festival
- Isle of Wight Festival
- V Festival
- E Festival
- Kendal Calling
- Festivals That Allow Gazebos on Site
Festivals That Allow Gazebos
(please check with festival guidelines as they may change)
- Boardmasters Festival
- Leeds Festival
- Camp Bestival
- Download Festival
- Hampton Court Palace Festival
You may also want to consider the colour you buy due to you normally encountering the odd bit of mud…
Why not take a picnic backpack with you to the festival. They’re easy to carry, light and don’t take up much room at all…