Colne & Nelson Rugby Club is our official campsite for the Festival, as well as doubling up as an Official Roadhouse.
Please note that buying a camping pass does not include access to any of the official venues. Tickets/wristbands for these will need to be bought separately.
There are regular cleaning schedules and campsite security throughout the duration of the Festival.
It is 0.7mile away from the main venues, the address for it is Holt House, Harrison Drive, Colne BB8 9SF
As an official Roadhouse a full programme of entertainment starts on Thursday night and runs through to Monday early evening.
Please refer to the line-up page of the website:
Roadhouse Line Ups
A summary of times is detailed in the table below. These are approximate. Please note that this entertainment is provided free of charge for your enjoyment at the official Roadhouse camping site. All main stage venues require tickets to be purchased, and if you have not pre-booked these you will be able to obtain last minute tickets, subject to availability, at Colne Town Hall, from Thursday the 24th August 9am-7pm, and through the entire weekend of the festival at these times.
Camping passes are valid for one day, a combination of days or a full weekend all to suit your needs. Campers can set up from 12pm (noon) on Thursday 24th August or other days as required. If you have an Individual Day Ticket, you need to leave the site by 12pm (noon) the following morning to allow for other campers to pitch their tents.
Pitches are allocated on arrival by staff at the campsite, requests to move or re-locate once allocated must be made to the staff at the campsite. The Festival has no control over pitch allocation. The site is managed by the Rugby Club for the duration of the Festival.
There is hard standing space for 30 pitches, theses will be allocated on first come first serve basis to those who are booking Full Festival Camping passes from the Thursday to Tuesday.
Unfortunately, there are no power hook-ups available at the campsite due to the nature and ordinary usage of the site. A generator may be used but requests may be made by campsite security to turn it off during night-time hours.
We do allow well-behaved dogs onto the campsite, and as a responsible owner we would ask you to make sure that you clean up after your dog. We do not allow any breeds of dog listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991.
At this current time this includes:
Pit Bull Terrier
The Festival organisers/Rugby Club reserves the right to refuse admission to anybody attending the Festival with one of the aforementioned breeds, along with any dog that is out of control or clearly showing signs of aggression.
Breakfast and homemade hot meals are available at the campsite, which are provided by the Rugby Club; payable directly to them. There are plenty of takeaways, restaurants, and other eating establishments in Colne town centre, just ask one of the campsite staff or ask at our festival information points and we'll be happy to recommend places for you.
From a tea-merchant’s beautifully restored mansion with its own leisure facilities, small and friendly B&Bs in idyllic settings and award-winning self-catering cottages, Colne offers every kind of accommodation option possible if you are looking to stay in the area for the Bank Holiday weekend and enjoy the Festival in full.
To make sure you enjoy your stay in Colne, we only promote lodgings that have been inspected to national standards.
For a full list of accommodation, we recommend you visit Visit Pendle