Tickets

There are two types of ticket available:

General Admission
and
VIP Meet & Greet Admission

General Admission Ticket
Glitterbomb In The Park General Admission includes entry into the festival. While all general admission tickets are the same, the earlier release tickets will be cheaper. Only a limited number of tickets will be available at the reduced price for each stage.

VIP Meet & Greet Admission
VIP Meet and greet admission includes entry into the festival as well as the opportunity to meet and greet our headline acts.This includes a professional photo opportunity. The meet & greet will take place at 6.30pm so you will need to be in the park before then. Announcements will be made in the park, on stage, about the location of the meet and greet. We will also e-mail you with any additional information nearer the time.

Please note, last admission into the festival site will be 8pm.

Travel & Accommodation

Tickets

There are two types of ticket available:

General Admission
and
VIP Meet & Greet Admission

General Admission Ticket
Glitterbomb In The Park General Admission includes entry into the festival. While all general admission tickets are the same, the earlier release tickets will be cheaper. Only a limited number of tickets will be available at the reduced price for each stage.

VIP Meet & Greet Admission
VIP Meet and greet admission includes entry into the festival as well as the opportunity to meet and greet our headline acts.This includes a professional photo opportunity. The meet & greet will take place at 6.30pm so you will need to be in the park before then. Announcements will be made in the park, on stage, about the location of the meet and greet. We will also e-mail you with any additional information nearer the time.

Please note, last admission into the festival site will be 8pm.

Travel & Accommodation:

Location: Mote Park, Mote Avenue, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 7RN

By Car:
If you’re looking to arrive by car, you will need to park in one of the many local car parks. Visit https://tinyurl.com/yy7y7tjg for locations.

Alternatively, if you wish to leave your vehicle overnight, we would recommend the car park situated on Brunswick Street (maximum 24 hour stay).

The car park situated within Mote Park’s main entrance is for park users only, although limited disabled parking is available.

Please note, we strongly advise that you do not park in and around residential areas surrounding the park and doing so will run the risk of you receiving a parking ticket.

By Train:

Maidstone West Station – 1.3 miles from Mote Park
Maidstone Barracks Station – 1.7 miles from Mote Park
Maidstone East Station – 1.4 miles from Mote Park

By Bus:

The Mall Bus Station is located approximately one mile from Mote Park.

Accommodation:

There is no onsite camping available, but if you are wishing to stay in the local area, we recommend looking at the following hotels:

Hashtag Hotel Maidstone – 1.1 miles from Mote Park
King Street
Maidstone
Kent
ME14 1BH

Travelodge Maidstone Central – 1.5 miles from Mote Park
St Peter’s Street
Maidstone
Kent
ME16 0SR

Premier Inn Maidstone Town Centre – 1.7 miles from Mote Park
London Road
Maidstone
Kent
ME16 8HR

White Rabbit Innkeepers Lodge – 2 miles from Mote Park
Sandling Road
Maidstone
Kent
ME14 2RF

Location: Mote Park, Mote Avenue, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 7RN

By Car:
If you’re looking to arrive by car, you will need to park in one of the many local car parks. Visit https://tinyurl.com/yy7y7tjg for locations.

Alternatively, if you wish to leave your vehicle overnight, we would recommend the car park situated on Brunswick Street (maximum 24 hour stay).

The car park situated within Mote Park’s main entrance is for park users only, although limited disabled parking is available.

Please note, we strongly advise that you do not park in and around residential areas surrounding the park and doing so will run the risk of you receiving a parking ticket.

By Train:

Maidstone West Station – 1.3 miles from Mote Park
Maidstone Barracks Station – 1.7 miles from Mote Park
Maidstone East Station – 1.4 miles from Mote Park

By Bus:

The Mall Bus Station is located approximately one mile from Mote Park.

Accommodation:

There is no onsite camping available, but if you are wishing to stay in the local area, we recommend looking at the following hotels:

Hashtag Hotel Maidstone – 1.1 miles from Mote Park
King Street
Maidstone
Kent
ME14 1BH

Travelodge Maidstone Central – 1.5 miles from Mote Park
St Peter’s Street
Maidstone
Kent
ME16 0SR

Premier Inn Maidstone Town Centre – 1.7 miles from Mote Park
London Road
Maidstone
Kent
ME16 8HR

White Rabbit Innkeepers Lodge – 2 miles from Mote Park
Sandling Road
Maidstone
Kent
ME14 2RF

What to bring & What not to bring

What to bring & what not to bring

Acceptable / What To Bring

• Verified Tickets
(This is an obvious one, but it’s a good reminder! Be sure to triple check that you have your tickets when you leave home!)

• Wallet with cash / card & Government approved ID

• 1 (one) sealed bottle of water (maximum 500ml)

• Sunscreen

• Fully charged phone and battery pack

• Non professional cameras / polaroid cameras

• Flags, banners or hand made signs (no hard poles, see below)

• Sunglasses

• Small bags or backpacks / purses (12×12 inches max)

• Rain ponchos in case of rain

• Glow Sticks / Illuminated costumes or jewellery


Festival Banners and Totems


• Maximum of 10 foot tall.

• Must be made of a lightweight material (e.g. foam or a pool noodle – no solid metal, PVC or wood).

• Decorated pool noodles work great for easy entrance through security.

• Inflatables attached to totems must be deflated upon entry.

• Signs promoting illegal activity or hate speech

will not be permitted.

• Signs containing company/corporate branding

Non Acceptable / Prohibited Items

• Any item which may reasonably be
considered for use as a weapon (including pen knives and cutlery)
• Laser equipment or pens • Fireworks / flares
• Smoke canisters
• Chinese lanterns
• Glass (of any kind)
• Personal portable toilets
• Bean bags & inflatable chairs/loungers
• Klaxons / air horns / megaphones
(or other similar items capable of making loud noise)
• Personal motorised vehicles (unless a mobility scooter)
• Animals are not permitted at any time (with the exception of guide dogs)
• Drones
• Portable sound systems
• Unauthorised professional photography, film or video equipment
• Illegal substances:
– We operate a zero tolerance policy on
drugs/legal highs
– This includes laughing gas/balloons.
• Outside food or beverages with the exception of 1 (one) sealed bottle of water (maximum 500ml)
• Stickers / Flyers / Advertising Material • Stuffed animals or dolls.
•Tent’s, umbrellas, chairs or blankets •Toy guns, water guns, slingshots •Selfie Sticks

Non Acceptable / Prohibited Items

• Any item which may reasonably be
considered for use as a weapon (including pen knives and cutlery)
• Laser equipment or pens • Fireworks / flares
• Smoke canisters
• Chinese lanterns
• Glass (of any kind)
• Personal portable toilets
• Bean bags & inflatable chairs/loungers
• Klaxons / air horns / megaphones
(or other similar items capable of making loud noise)
• Personal motorised vehicles (unless a mobility scooter)
• Animals are not permitted at any time (with the exception of guide dogs)
• Drones
• Portable sound systems
• Unauthorised professional photography, film or video equipment
• Illegal substances:
– We operate a zero tolerance policy on
drugs/legal highs
– This includes laughing gas/balloons.
• Outside food or beverages with the exception of 1 (one) sealed bottle of water (maximum 500ml)
• Stickers / Flyers / Advertising Material • Stuffed animals or dolls.
•Tent’s, umbrellas, chairs or blankets •Toy guns, water guns, slingshots •Selfie Sticks

Acceptable / What To Bring

• Verified Tickets
(This is an obvious one, but it’s a good reminder! Be sure to triple check that you have your tickets when you leave home!)
• Wallet with cash / card & Government approved ID
• 1 (one) sealed bottle of water (maximum 500ml)
• Sunscreen
• Fully charged phone and battery pack
• Non professional cameras / polaroid cameras
• Flags, banners or hand made signs (no hard poles, see below)
• Sunglasses
• Small bags or backpacks / purses (12×12 inches max)
• Rain ponchos in case of rain
• Glow Sticks / Illuminated costumes or jewellery

Festival Banners and Totems

• Maximum of 10 foot tall.
• Must be made of a lightweight material (e.g. foam or a pool noodle – no solid metal, PVC or wood).
• Decorated pool noodles work great for easy entrance through security.
• Inflatables attached to totems must be deflated upon entry.
• Signs promoting illegal activity or hate speech
will not be permitted.
• Signs containing company/corporate branding

FAQ

FAQ

Can under-18s attend this event?
Yes, the event is open to all ages. Those wanting to attend who are under 16 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

Will there be food and drink on sale?
There will be food stalls and a licensed bar onsite for all guests. All of our vendors are independent and set their own menus and prices. Please be aware that Challenge 25 will be in operation relating to the purchase of alcohol.

Can I bring my own alcohol?
Due to licensing laws, we cannot allow alcohol to be brought into the event. Security checks will take place upon arrival.

Can I bring other food and drink?
The only item permitted is a sealed bottle of water at a maximum of 500ml. There will be free drinking water available onsite.

Can I bring my pet?
No. Only guide dogs are allowed onsite.

Will this event be COVID-19 secure?
We expect the event to run as a normal festival as per the government roadmap to recovery, however we are committed to following all current government advice on festivals and live events to ensure everyone is kept safe. We will send an email closer to the time to all ticket holders advising them of any extra precautions they may need to take if circumstances change.

If I need to leave the festival area, will I be able to get back in?
You will not be able to leave the site and come back.

I can’t wait to see the announced performers, but with the way things are at the moment, can you guarantee their attendance?
Every effort will be made to keep the line-up unchanged and all of our performers are extremely excited about performing outdoors for us. Obviously in the current climate we reserve the right to make some alterations if needed – eg. If a performer needs to self isolate.

I really want to meet the performers! Will this be possible?
We will be selling limited tickets for a meet and greet with some of our performers, and this will be conducted following all applicable Government guidelines. The meet and greet may be socially distanced if restrictions are still in place.

What will happen if this event needs to be cancelled due to the pandemic?
Although the road map for recovery suggests this event will be going ahead without issue, we are aware that the situation is always evolving. If we have to postpone the event, we will automatically transfer tickets to the new date. If we have to cancel the event, full refunds will be given.

Where can I park?
Unfortunately there is no onsite parking for event guests (except those with a disabled badge) and you will need to park in one of the many car parks in the local area. For more details on those, please visit this site.

Is the audience area wheelchair accessible?
There is full disabled access onsite as well as disabled toilets. There will be a specific viewing area for our disabled guests. We will do our best to accommodate your needs at the event. Limited disabled parking is available in Mote Park’s main car park.

What happens if there’s bad weather?
Hopefully due to the time of year the weather won’t affect us too much but the ground at the park can become softer in the event of wet weather. If there’s been rain leading up to the event or on the day of the event itself, it’s fine to wear wellies and raincoats. The event will be going ahead rain or shine.

I haven’t received my tickets – what shall I do?
If you haven’t received your tickets via email within two hours of completing your transaction, please check your junk and spam folders. If you still cannot locate your tickets, please email and we will resend your tickets to you. Our e-mail is team@glitterbombevents.co.uk.

It’s the day of the event and I can’t find my tickets – what shall I do?
If you cannot find your tickets on the day, we would advise coming to the event as soon as it opens and we will check our ticketing system manually for you at the entrance, however the whole party that you purchased tickets for will have to be present.

Can I buy tickets on the door?
If tickets are still available on the day, then they will be available to purchase on the door – however please bear in mind that these will be more expensive than a pre-booked ticket.

I can’t attend the event anymore – what shall I do?
Unfortunately tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by us prior to opening. You are, however, welcome to pass on your tickets to a friend or family member.

I’m bringing a baby with me, are there going to be baby changing facilities on site?
Yes.
Are you offering carer tickets for those attending with disabilities?
Yes. Disabled guests can purchase a ticket and email the confirmation, as well as a photo/copy of their DLA/PIP letter to team@glitterbombevents.co.uk. We will then process the documents and send a complimentary carer ticket by return.


Can under-18s attend this event?
Yes, the event is open to all ages. Those wanting to attend who are under 16 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

Will there be food and drink on sale?
There will be food stalls and a licensed bar onsite for all guests. All of our vendors are independent and set their own menus and prices. Please be aware that Challenge 25 will be in operation relating to the purchase of alcohol.

Can I bring my own alcohol?
Due to licensing laws, we cannot allow alcohol to be brought into the event. Security checks will take place upon arrival.

Can I bring other food and drink?
The only item permitted is a sealed bottle of water at a maximum of 500ml. There will be free drinking water available onsite.

Can I bring my pet?
No. Only guide dogs are allowed onsite.

Will this event be COVID-19 secure?
We expect the event to run as a normal festival as per the government roadmap to recovery, however we are committed to following all current government advice on festivals and live events to ensure everyone is kept safe. We will send an email closer to the time to all ticket holders advising them of any extra precautions they may need to take if circumstances change.

If I need to leave the festival area, will I be able to get back in?
You will not be able to leave the site and come back.

I can’t wait to see the announced performers, but with the way things are at the moment, can you guarantee their attendance?
Every effort will be made to keep the line-up unchanged and all of our performers are extremely excited about performing outdoors for us. Obviously in the current climate we reserve the right to make some alterations if needed – eg. If a performer needs to self isolate.

I really want to meet the performers! Will this be possible?
We will be selling limited tickets for a meet and greet with some of our performers, and this will be conducted following all applicable Government guidelines. The meet and greet may be socially distanced if restrictions are still in place.

What will happen if this event needs to be cancelled due to the pandemic?
Although the road map for recovery suggests this event will be going ahead without issue, we are aware that the situation is always evolving. If we have to postpone the event, we will automatically transfer tickets to the new date. If we have to cancel the event, full refunds will be given.

Where can I park?
Unfortunately there is no onsite parking for event guests (except those with a disabled badge) and you will need to park in one of the many car parks in the local area. For more details on those, please visit this site.

Is the audience area wheelchair accessible?
There is full disabled access onsite as well as disabled toilets. There will be a specific viewing area for our disabled guests. We will do our best to accommodate your needs at the event. Limited disabled parking is available in Mote Park’s main car park.

What happens if there’s bad weather?
Hopefully due to the time of year the weather won’t affect us too much but the ground at the park can become softer in the event of wet weather. If there’s been rain leading up to the event or on the day of the event itself, it’s fine to wear wellies and raincoats. The event will be going ahead rain or shine.

I haven’t received my tickets – what shall I do?
If you haven’t received your tickets via email within two hours of completing your transaction, please check your junk and spam folders. If you still cannot locate your tickets, please email and we will resend your tickets to you. Our e-mail is team@glitterbombevents.co.uk.

It’s the day of the event and I can’t find my tickets – what shall I do?
If you cannot find your tickets on the day, we would advise coming to the event as soon as it opens and we will check our ticketing system manually for you at the entrance, however the whole party that you purchased tickets for will have to be present.

Can I buy tickets on the door?
If tickets are still available on the day, then they will be available to purchase on the door – however please bear in mind that these will be more expensive than a pre-booked ticket.

I can’t attend the event anymore – what shall I do?
Unfortunately tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by us prior to opening. You are, however, welcome to pass on your tickets to a friend or family member.

I’m bringing a baby with me, are there going to be baby changing facilities on site?
Yes. 
 
Are you offering carer tickets for those attending with disabilities? 
Yes. Disabled guests can purchase a ticket and email the confirmation, as well as a photo/copy of their DLA/PIP letter to team@glitterbombevents.co.uk. We will then process the documents and send a complimentary carer ticket by return.