WHAT TO BRING

Bags must be A4 sized or smaller, please make sure any liquids that you bring like suncream are 100ml or less. 

You may bring empty single use plastic bottles, reusable plastic bottles and metal reusable plastic bottles onsite as long as they are 500ml and under. There will be water points available on site for free water refill.

Bring enough cash and/or a cash card (keep it safe!) – We have cash machines onsite, all of which accept all UK debit cards – some of the machines will also accept all International & credit cards. A fee will be charged to use the machines.

Bring ID if you look under 21 in order to be admitted to the festival. You will also need ID if you want to buy alcohol and look 25 or under.

Medication – If you need to bring medication with you, we recommend bringing a doctor’s note or a prescription for it if it is not easily recognisable. We’re not doctors, please be understanding if we question what you’re bringing in as it is important to prevent drugs getting in to the festival. Plus, tell your friends of any allergies you have.

Check the latest weather update before you leave for ONBlackheath.

WHAT NOT TO BRING

Illegal substances & legal highs (Inc. nitrous oxide, psychoactive substances and herbals highs) – Just say no! If found with these you will be evicted from site.

Standard compact cameras will be permitted, though you will not be able to take in a camera with a lens longer than 6 inches. Video cameras are not permitted on site. Mobile phones that take video are permitted.

Food hampers/cool bags/boxes; alcohol; You can take snacks into the festival for your own consumption. If you are bringing snacks, these must fit into your A4 sized bag. 

Glass bottles or containers.

Liquids over 100ml.

Offensive weapons or anything that may be considered offensive.

Pyrotechnics or fireworks; distress flares & flares; smoke bombs.

Laser pens.

Paper lanterns.

Flags on poles.

Tables; chairs of any sort, including stools and shooting sticks; gazebos and parasols.

Barbeques or any kind of cooking apparatus.

Large (golf) umbrellas.

Bicycles, scooters, roller skates.

Drones.

Sound systems (including personal speakers)