WHAT YOU CAN & CAN’T BRING
Camping ticket holders can bring a reasonable amount of food plus the following alcohol quantities for personal consumption into the campsite upon initial entry only:
1 x 70cl spirits (no greater than 40% ABV) and 12 x 440ml cans beer/cider
3 litres of wine and 12 x 440ml cans beer/cider
No food or drink can be taken into the main festival arena. However, we do allow sealed bottles of water up to 750ml, and empty unsealed bottles can be brought in to be refilled at the water points.
No glass is allowed anywhere on site, including in campervans or caravans. Please decant into plastic containers before you leave home.
The legal age to bring alcohol into the festival is 18+. There is an ID check on entry and any alcohol will be taken off you if you are found to be underage.
A list of all our food vendors can be found here, including information on dietary provision.
For customers with specific dietary requirements that we don’t cater for, we do allow a reasonable amount of food to be brought into the festival arena for personal consumption. This must be confirmed with us in advance of the festival by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fold up chairs and blankets are permitted, however, if you intend to bring them into the arena, we request that they are not used in areas that may cause congestion or in the area between the Main Stage and the mix tower.
Picnic bench seating can be found around bar and food outlets.
Please pack light. To maximise the safety of everyone attending The Long Road, all customers may be subject to a thorough security check when they arrive.
Please be patient if there are queues and familiarise yourself with the below prohibited items before you arrive to avoid unnecessary delays at the security checks.
We recommend you don’t bring any unnecessary valuables. Unfortunately, festival campsites can attract opportunistic thieves. Keep valuables safe and away from the door of your tent.
You are welcome to bring ‘Cracker Jack’ to enjoy The Long Road for the day (or weekend if staying in a caravan/campervan), but please read and acknowledge the following:
- Dogs are only allowed into the Arena accompanied by Day, Weekend No Camping or Caravan/Campervan User ticket holders.
- Dogs are only allowed into the Evergreen Campervan Field accompanied by Caravan/Campervan User ticket holders. Dogs are not permitted in the Peak Point General Campsite or Hoss Town Premium Campsite.
- Dogs will not be allowed onsite unless they have a pre-booked ticket or they are an accredited assistance dog. Dog tickets are available within each eligible ticket type on our ticket page.
- Dogs must remain on a lead and in control throughout the event.
- Please acknowledge that there may be some areas of the site that are less dog-appropriate, such as busy venues. We do not allow dogs in Lil Possum County, Health and Happiness or High Falootin’ VIP.
- Please pick up after your dog. There will be plenty of bins throughout the site.
- You are liable for any damage done to the event site by your dog.
- The Long Road is full of exciting entertainment but don’t forget your dog’s welfare. There are lots of water points throughout the site for you to fill your dog’s water bowl and make sure to give them shelter from the sun.
- Festivals can be noisy, busy places so we’d suggest that not all dogs will enjoy the experience. Please consider if this environment is right for your dog before deciding to bring them along.
There are certain items that are not permitted into the festival or specifically the festival arena or campsite. These items are not limited to the below list but please do not bring any of the following:
- Cameras, film or video equipment with a lens greater than 6inches
- Firewood for campfires
- Illegal substances or legal highs
- Paper lanterns
- Perfume in small glass bottles over 100ml
- Unrecognisable medication without a doctor’s note or prescription
We allow the following items to be taken into the campsites, but not the arena:
- Flags on flagpoles as there are overhead powerlines in the arena
- Cooking equipment – charcoal bbqs and small butane gas stoves (single burner with gas cylinder up to 5kg)
Umbrellas can be taken into the arena but for the comfort of others, we ask that you please do not use them in front of stages as you may restrict the view of others.
For the enjoyment and safety of others we also reserve the right to stop the following items from coming into the event:
- Any item which we reasonably deem may cause danger, offence or disruption to any other person (for example: large sound systems, fireworks)
- Any item which may be used as a weapon (for example: kitchen knives, corrosive substances)
Please also see above sections for rules about bringing Food, Alcohol, Water, Chairs and Dogs to the festival.