Get ready for the Number one festival on the yorkshire coast!
tickets now on sale

5 - 7 JULY 2024


Friday Saturday Sunday arena access

Tots tickets ( under 5)
Child ( 5 - 12 years )
Teen ( 13 - 17 years )
Adult ( 18+)

Caravan and campervan

& Camping passes

If you are bringing a vehicle that you will want to stay in over the weekend you will need to book a pitch for it. All live-in vehicle pitches are 8m x 8m and tickets can be purchased on our tickets page.

Camping? This year it’s essential that you book your camping spot for your tent so don’t forget to book this ticket when buying your admission ticket.

UNDER 18's

For the purpose of our policies an "accompanying adult" will be deemed a person aged 21 or over.

All under 18s must be with an accompanying adult upon entry to Staxtonbury and the adult must be remaining at the festival whilst the under 18 is on site with us. If camping, anyone aged under 18 must be camping in the same tent area as the accompanying adult.

UNDER 18's are not permitted to consume alcohol whilst on site with us, nor can they purchase alcohol.

All Staxtonbury rules for safety and respect for all involved must be adhered to or you will be denied entry / asked to leave regardless of having purchased a ticket.

Under 5`s are FREE (4 yrs and under) but must be accompanied by a paying ticket-holder over 18.


We welcome disabled customers and will have best suitedfacilities on site to assist, however if you require a carer to accompany youthen we would happily support this by offering your carer a discounted entryticket. The discounted ticket price will be £30. 

All you need to do once you have purchased your ownticket is email us at with your order number. 

Unfortunately to ensure this system isn't taken advantageoff we may require you to provide further details evidencing your eligibilityfor the support. Once we are satisfied that the application is genuine we willarrange the discounted ticket with you for your accompanying carer.

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What is Staxtonbury all about?

Staxtonbury is a really friendly, safe and fun festival that has a family atmosphere. There are great local bands, local beers and local foods on show in a lovely Yorkshire countryside setting. Staxtonbury has helped in donating £1000’s to local charities including St Catherine’s Hospice and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance as well as local churches, sports clubs, scout groups etc. We have also helped a large number of small local businesses to get themselves established and also given the chance for 1000’s of artists and bands to gain the experience of performing on a big stage and raising their profiles, as well as paying them for their efforts to help towards expenses and costs.

Is there plenty for the kids to do over the weekend and will it cost a fortune?
This year we have more childrens entertainment than ever before! We have a dedicated kids marquee which will be home to a number of free activities across the weekend.

There will also be a bigger and better funfair catering for all ages, face painting, inflatables & bouncy castles, trampolines, sports zone and much much more!
When can we pitch our tents, caravans, campers etc?

Pitching of tents, caravans, camper vans etc, can be sited from 9am to 8pm on the Thursday, the day before the arena opens, and from 9am onwards on the Friday. Due to us tightening up on security and keeping the safe friendly atmosphere we have had we will be restricting the times when festival goers can ‘set up camp’. This will allow us to make sure everyone gets the spaces they wish. The family camping areas have been substantially increased so there will be no problem in finding the space you require. Please note that tickets will have to be shown prior to setting up camps.

Are drinks and food expensive?

Not at all. We run our own bar and like our entrance fees we try to keep it within the family budget. Beer will be in line with local pub prices (as are other drinks). All the caterers appreciate the family values we promote and to this extent they keep their prices in line with ours.

Can I buy tickets at the gates?

No, we set ourselves a limit to people attending in line with our Health and Safety policy. Previous years have sold out quickly. We would advise you to book tickets as early as possible. Keep an eye out for our NEW Early Bear Tickets and Family Tickets!

Will I be able to pitch next to my friends?

Usually yes, the site is 24 acres so you can usually get together in your groups and park next to your tents. We have extended the family camping considerably this year so you will have no problems.

What happens if it rains?

We don’t think it is possible to rain more than it did in 2012 and the field (which is sand based) stood up to it really well. There are plenty of marquees for shelter so rest assured the show will go on!

Are dogs allowed to Staxtonbury?

Yes, as long as they are well behaved and are monitored closely by their owners and kept on a lead.

I am 18 and some of my friends are 17 can I be their appropriate adult?

No, groups of youths will not be admitted whatever their ages, by all means come with parents (who must camp close by), under 18’s need to be accompanied by someone over 21 and responsible.

Can we bring our own food and drink?

If you are camping with us, you can bring your own food and drink to consume at your campsite. No alcoholic drinks will be permitted to be brought into the event arena. No glass will be allowed in the arena area.

We would encourage you to indulge from the range of food and drink our fabulous local suppliers have to offer.

Are the toilets clean?

Yes, they are the best portable toilets available in the area and are cleaned on a regular basis.

Will there be a quiet area for my young children to get a good nights sleep?

Yes, there will be a designated area for families and people who prefer a quieter area.

How do we find out the line up for each day?

Follow our social media pages which will keep you updated on the line up to our event, and we will post any changes on the day should there be any, but fingers crossed all will run to plan. There will be notice boards up near the stage which will be updated on a regular basis.

Disabled facilities and carer’s tickets.

We do have disabled parking slots as well as disabled toilets. The field is specially cut, rolled and flat so manoeuvrability is good within the site. Please contact Colleen on 07858518753 or email to discuss carer’s discounts etc.

When do we have to leave the site?

All pitches have to be vacated by 6pm on the Sunday.

Do you recycle the waste from the festival?

Yes, Brunton’s (Bridlington) will be in charge of our waste disposal again. 70% of the waste is for recycling and the remaining 30% is recycled into combustible energy.

Should I bring cash to the festival?

We would advise you to bring cash and card to the festival. Each vendor will have their own preferred method of payment. There will be no cash machines on-site.

I don’t like to camp. Can I leave site at night and return in the morning?

You certainly can. Just ensure you keep your wristbands (provided when your ticket is scanned upon first entry into the arena) on throughout the weekend.