Camping is free for festival pass holders – just be sure to confirm your camping place when you make your booking, so we can allocate enough space to everyone. The campsite is open 24 hours starting at 4pm on Thursday 30 June and closing at 11am on Monday 4 July – all four nights’ camping are included in your festival ticket price.

campingCamping at Beyond the Border is a beautiful part of the festival experience. Set at the top of cliffs, with paths to access routes to the sea, our camp-site separates cars from tents – but all within a relatively small space – no walking for miles with your home on your back like a tortoise. The site has designated areas for quieter camping and a small number of (non electric) spaces for camper vans and caravans.

Camp site facilities include toilets and showers, including disabled toilet and shower (there will be a small voluntary donation for showers); tea, coffee and breakfast van and the Festival Box Office.  Parking is divided into areas for weekend visitors, day visitors and disabled parking (only disabled visitors vehicles are allowed onto the main Festival site).

Please note that like most festival campsites, you will not be able to park right next to your tent. There are drop off points for unloading your camping equipment, and you will be able to park in the campsite car park, no more than a 2-3 minute walk away from your tent.

If you’re attending with a mix and match of day and evening tickets instead of a full weekend, and want to camp for just one night, you’ll be able to book your pitch for £5 per person. One night camping tickets can be purchased at the festival box office when you arrive.

There is also be a glamping option for those who do not want to have the hassle of bringing their own tent and equipment.

Please note that campfires and BBQs are not permitted.