travel & arrival

Elderflower Fields festival is tucked away in beautiful and quiet little corner of Sussex. We’re proud to confirm that once again the festival will be taking place on part of the stunning estate of Pippingford Park, about 18 miles north-east of Brighton and about 32 miles south of London.

The address for all ticket holders is: Pippingford Park, Nutley, East Sussex, TN22 3HW.

travel by car:

We’re committed to trying to reduce the impact of the festival on the environment. If you’re driving to Elderflower Fields, there are a few things you can do to help us. Firstly, please try to keep the number of vehicles you bring to a minimum. Secondly, if you have space, share it with another festival goer, use websites such as  www.liftshare.com or www.blablacar.com. Lastly, consider balancing the carbon impact of your journey by joining the Energy Revolution scheme (see below) when you buy your tickets.

travel by public transport:

The nearest train stations to Elderflower Fields are East GrinsteadTunbridge Wells and Uckfield which have regular connections to and from London and the south coast. For taxis, try one of the following local companies: aclasslewestaxis.co.ukforestcars.co.ukeastgrinsteadtaxis.co.uk or uckfield-taxis.co.uk.

For cyclists, there will be a secure rack to chain bicycles to in the parking area, or plenty of trees near the camping area if you want to keep them close by!

arrival:

Firstly, you must have purchased tickets in advance. There are no gate sales whatsoever, and you will be turned away if you arrive without a valid ticket.

The gates open at 12 noon on Friday 22nd May. The car park will open at 11am, but please do not arrive before this time – you will be asked to leave and return once the car park is open…

On arrival, the car park stewards will direct you where to park. Parking is free. It’s about a 5 minute walk to the nearest edge of the main family campsite and maybe 10 or 15 minutes to the furthest corner of the wild camping. Absolutely no vehicles will be allowed onto the camping fields. You can also hire a trolley to help get your stuff around the site.

Once parked up, please make your way to the wristband exchange tent to collect your wristbands. Then head into the campsites to set up. Please be considerate towards your fellow campers – do not reserve large areas around your tent and please, no gazebos.