Buy tickets for Festival on the Field 2020 at Sir John Lawes Playing Field

Sat 3 Jul 2021 12:00 PM - 10:45 PM BST

£50.00 + £0.00 booking fee
Strictly max 4mx4m. Purchase multiple pitches for larger sized gazebos. See T&Cs
£50.00 £0.00

£80.00 + £0.00 booking fee
Strictly max 4mx4m. Purchase multiple pitches for larger sized gazebos. See T&Cs
£80.00 £0.00 Sold out

£5.00 + £0.00 booking fee
Per car
£5.00 £0.00

General Admission

£25.00 + £0.00 booking fee
18+
£25.00 £0.00

£12.00 + £0.00 booking fee
5-17 (U5s do not require a ticket) U11s accompanied by adult
£12.00 £0.00

£16.25 + £0.00 booking fee
2 adults, 2 children
£16.25 £0.00

£15.00 + £0.00 booking fee
2 adults, 3 children
£15.00 £0.00

Subtotal: 0.00

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For very obvious reasons Festival on the Field 2020 has been postponed.

We will hold the Festival NEXT YEAR on SATURDAY JULY 3rd.

As has been made clear in previous announcements, all tickets will be valid for next year’s event and we hope very much that you will continue to support us by holding onto your tickets and saving the date for next year. However, if you are unable to attend, please email us and we will issue a full refund. This may take a bit of time so please bear with us.

We are living in ‘interesting’ times – let’s hope we can all enjoy a great Festival in 2021 when the times are a bit less interesting.

We wish you all good health and wellbeing and look forward to celebrating together next year.

From: The Festival on the Field Committee

Email: festivalonthefield@gmail.com

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Following on from our statement on Monday 16th March, we are aware that Glastonbury Festival has been postponed until next year. This decision was taken for many reasons, however, one important one is that Glastonbury has about a 4 month build time. They are also reliant on a lot of support from local emergency services.

Festival on the Field has a 24 hour build time and does not involve any local services. This means we can make a decision about postponing our event much nearer to the date.

We DO have a plan to postpone in place, but we feel it is still too early to make the call. Please be assured, we will keep you informed and up to date with any decisions.

Thank you all and we wish everyone well in the weeks ahead.

From: The Festival on the Field Committee

For more information please contact festivalonthefield@gmail.com.

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Festival on the Field 2020 – COVID-19

We would like to reassure everyone that we are fully aware of all the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 virus. We will be guided by government policy and guidelines, but at this stage it is too early to know if our event in July will be affected.

Should the Festival not be able to take place, we will POSTPONE it to another suitable date. We will be monitoring the situation and reviewing it on a daily basis and will notify everyone as soon as any decision is made.

All tickets sold will be valid for the postponed date. Should you be unable to attend on that date they will be refunded.

We remain positive that we will all be able to enjoy a fantastic post-virus event on July 4th this year, and if not, an equally great Festival at a future date!

Thank you for your patience and continued support.

For more information please contact festivalonthefield@gmail.com.

From: The Festival on the Field 2020 Committee

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The 5th biennial Festival on the Field will be on Saturday 4th July, 2020.

Festival on the Field is a fund-raising event, run by the parents’ organisations of Sir John Lawes School and Manland Primary School in Harpenden. The Festival runs every other year and to date, has raised over £90,000 for both schools.

Find out more about the Festival on www.festivalonthefield.co.uk

Festival Timetable

Doors will open at 12:00, and the last act will finish at 22:45.

Terms and conditions

Gazebos – new for 2020

  • Gazebo pitches will be marked out in 4m x 4m spaces
  • No gazebo bigger than 4m x 4m will be permitted to be erected on the day. If this happens then no refunds will be given.
  • If you need a bigger than 4m x 4m pitch you will need to purchase 2 pitches, (but the total gazebo size may not exceed 4m x 8m if 2 pitches bought).
  • No gazebos will be permitted to be erected before Saturday morning at 8am.
  • Gazebos can be erected between 8am and 10am
  • Pitches will be allocated on a 1st come 1st served basis after 8am on the day of the event. 
  • If you wish to be next to friends who have also bought a pitch you must arrive and erect gazebos at the same time.
  • All gazebos must be securely staked – organisers reserve the right to ensure gazebos are taken down in very windy conditions.

Tickets & Conditions of Entry

  • We regret tickets cannot be refunded.
  • We cannot accept defaced tickets.
  • Programme timings are a guide and may be adjusted.
  • No charge for children under the age of 5.
  • Children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult and remain under adult supervision.
  • No glass will be permitted on site. Our Security Industry Authority (SIA) licensed stewards will search bags at the entrance.
  • You cannot bring your own alcohol, but there will be licensed bars on the site.
  • You will need to be over 18 to receive an adult wristband or to purchase alcohol. We will operate a ‘Challenge 25’ policy. That means that if, in our opinion, you appear to be under 25 we may require you to present identification to prove that you are over 18.
  • Please leave the site promptly when the performances end at 22:45pm. Please consider our neighbours when leaving by keeping noise and disruption to a minimum.
  • We reserve the right to eject anyone from the site whom we consider to be causing a danger or nuisance to others, or who may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or who may be in possession of illegal drugs or other substances.
  • The festival reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists, and to vary the advertised programme and timings without being liable to pay any compensation whatsoever.
  • Photographic, video or audio reproduction of artists is prohibited.
  • Ticket holders’ consent to inclusion in photographic, visual and audio promotion of the festival.
  • Vehicles and their contents are parked at the owner’s risk.
  • We do not accept any responsibility for losses or thefts of any kind of property anywhere on the site.
  • No re-entry without a valid, undamaged, wrist band.

Wristbands and Re-entry

  • Wristbands will be handed out on arrival, distinguishing between adult and child ticket holders.
  • Only those adult wrist bands will be allowed to purchase and consume alcohol (see above).
  • Re-entry to the Festival is allowed only with a valid, undamaged wrist band. Do not remove wristband if you wish to re-enter the Festival.
  • Please bear in mind that sound levels may be high, which may not be suitable for some young children.

What You Can and Can’t Bring

  • You are welcome to bring rugs and camping chairs, as seating is not provided.
  • No animals (except guide dogs) are allowed on the site.
  • You cannot bring your own alcohol, but there will be licensed bars on the site.
  • No glass will be permitted on site.
  • You are welcome to bring soft drinks in non-glass containers.
  • No barbeques of any kind are allowed on site.
  • Please do not light open fires on the site.