Some festivals don’t allow revelers to bring gazebos to campsites due to limited space and the crowd such festivals command.
Basically, the answer is dependent on which festival you are going to.
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, however, advisable for festival-goers to read up the rules and regulations of the festival grounds before going ahead with a gazebo, shade canopy or a trailer tent.
Download Festival allows gazebos into camp.
Your ticket to camp covers 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 which aren’t larger than the required size while shopping for one.
Festivals That Don’t Allow Gazebos
Festivals which 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
Some of the festivals which allow gazebos either at the campsite or the arenas include:
- Boardmasters Festival
- Leeds Festival
- Camp Bestival
- Download Festival
- Hampton Court Palace Festival