The Long Road will take place at Stanford Hall, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 6DH, from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th September 2020.
The campsites open to camping ticket holders at 11am on Friday and need to be vacated by 12pm on Monday.
The festival arena will open to Camping and Weekend No Camping ticket holders from 3pm on Friday with entertainment starting from the early evening.
The arena will open at 11am on Saturday and Sunday to Weekend No Camping and Day ticket holders.
The festival entertainment will close at 2am on Friday and Saturday, and at 1am on Sunday.
Last entry to the festival is 10pm on Friday, 9pm on Saturday and 9pm on Sunday. There will be no admission after these times.
Car parks will open from 10am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and need to be vacated by 1pm on Monday.
Timings are subject to change so please check back in the run up to the festival.
Camping ticket holders will be allowed to re-enter the campsite at any time by showing their wristband.
There is no re-entry for Day ticket and Weekend No Camping ticket holders. Please note, if a Weekend No Camping ticket holder leaves the site on Saturday, they will not be re-admitted until the arena re-opens on Sunday.
We do also understand that certain extreme circumstances can arise where leaving the site is essential. In this case, security will use their discretion and permission won’t be unreasonably withheld.
Under 16s (15 years and under) must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. A maximum of one under 16 can be accompanied by an adult aged 18-21, and four under 16s can be accompanied by an adult aged 21 or over.
Proof of age will be required on entry for attendees aged 16 and over and all bars operate a strict Challenge 25 Policy.
Recognised and accepted forms of ID are as follows:
- Driving or provisional (photo) licence
- Proof of age card with a PASS (hologram) logo
- This is the best form of ID to bring if you don’t want to bring valuable documents such as passports to the festival. More information on how to obtain your card can be found here: http://www.pass-scheme.org.uk/
The festival reserves the right to refuse admission if there is any doubt that the ticket holder is under the entry age and accompaniment requirements.
Anyone aged 16 or 17 may attend unaccompanied but we strongly advise that you have the consent of a parent or legal guardian.
We do not accept any parental or supervisory duty of care or liability for any under 18’s on site.
Please click here to find out more about what travel options are available.
Before packing your bags and making your way to the festival, please click here and read about what items you can and can’t bring.