We have 4 camping areas at Underneath the Stars, they are as follows:

That’s right, for 2019, we have two, yes two types of boutique camping. You can either choose to experience our festival with a lavish bell tent from Yorkshire’s leading glamourous camping company, Glampit, or opt to arrive to freshly made beds in our wonderfully vintage 70’s style canvas tents from Vintent.

Please see below. Simply click on the button to go through to their website for more information and to book your Glamping experience.

 

Option 1: Glampit

Glampit are returning once again with their stunning bell tents for another cosy glamorous experience. Lee and his team of hard workers will be there to look after you and make sure your weekend is off to a good start with their beautiful village of tents. Fancy this luxury bell tent accommodation? Simply click below and you will be whisked off to their website to book a spot.

Alternatively, please call Lee from Glampit on 07734686538, who will look after your needs.

Please don’t forget your festival tickets which must be purchased in addition to your boutique camping reservation. Camping is available to weekend festival ticket holders only.

 

Option 2: Vintents

NEW FOR THIS YEAR… Vintents are bringing their upcycled colourful canvas tents all the way from the 70’s to Underneath The Stars. Their tents are full standing height with separate cotton canopied bedrooms, making them a perfect mix of spacious, practical and cosy. A festival favourite!

Arrive to a freshly made bed in style with a warm reception from Harry and his friendly team. With prices starting from £200 you can find more information and details on how to book on their website. (Their 5* rating on Facebook shows how much customers love their tents!)

If you fancy this beautifully retro option, simply click the button.

Please don’t forget your festival tickets which must be purchased in addition to your boutique camping reservation. Camping is available to weekend festival ticket holders only.

 

Other points to note:

  • FESTIVAL CAMPSITE OPENING TIMES : Friday 9am – Monday 12 noon.
  • Pets (except sight/hearing assistance dogs) are NOT allowed on the campsite or the main festival site.
  • Due to Fire Officer recommendations, awnings or canopies must not link tents. We recommend the use of flame retardant tents.
  • Open Fires (inc barbeques, all solid fuel and liquid fuel based fires) are strictly prohibited throughout the festival site and campsite.
  • Responsible and correct use of Camping Gaz™ equipment is permitted on the festival campsite only and not in any other part of the festival site such as the festival arena field or in any festival venue.

 

 

Welcome to our accessible camping zone. We are super pleased you are looking through the details for this camping experience. The Accessible Campsite is available to customers who require accessible facilities. If you have any questions on the below, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us at info@underthestarsfest.co.uk.

  • Our festival campsite is open from Friday 9am – Monday 12 noon. Main arena activities don’t start until 11ish (TBC) so it gives you time to get set up.
  • Customers who have reserved space in the Accessible Camping Area (including carers, friends and relatives) will be directed to the Accessible Camping Area by our campsite team on arrival.
  • Accessible parking is available.
  • We offer free carer tickets to DLA holders.
  • We have a dedicated accessibility facilitator who can answer your specific accessibility questions, so please do not hesitate to contact with any concerns you may have. Please use info@underthestarsfest.co.uk and in the subject title please put accessible camping, this way we can send it to the right people quicker.
  • We have the fabulous Mobiloo returning once again for the festival, providing toilet, changing and shower facilities.
  • You can camp WITH your car. Isn’t that ace! No long treks from the car park to your final tent location carrying everything plus the kitchen sink! Whoop!
  • Music and activities don’t finish too late which is great for people looking to get some real kip. Also good news for families.
  • The campsite is not far from the arena. The ground is farmland and generally level but uneven terrain.
  • There is a dedicated cafe located in the camping zone who also provide us with fab activities (TBC)
  • There will be general drinking water taps located around site.
  • Remember, no glass is allowed onsite. If you have bought your own alcohol, please note that this cannot be consumed in the main arena, however, you are more than welcome to enjoy this in the campsite area.

There are a few additional things to note:

  • Accessible Camping and Accessible Car Parking must be booked in advance to ensure availability. (link to accessible application form)
  • Camping is available to weekend festival ticket holders only.
  • Campsite reservations are to be made on a required pitch basis (not per person).
  • Pets (except sight/hearing assistance dogs) are NOT allowed on the campsite or the main festival site.
  • Open Fires (inc barbeques, all solid fuel and liquid fuel based fires) are strictly prohibited throughout the festival site and campsite.
  • Responsible and correct use of Camping Gaz™ equipment is permitted on the festival campsite only and not in any other part of the festival site such as the festival arena field or in any festival venue.

We are so pleased that you are looking at this option. We have worked so hard over the years to make our camping experience as good as we can. Here are some great things you may not know:

  • Our festival campsite is open from Friday 9am – Monday 12 noon. Main arena activities don’t start until 11ish (TBC) so it gives you time to get set up.
  • There are toilet and hot shower facilities provided as part of the camping ticket.
  • You can camp WITH your car. Isn’t that ace! No long treks from the car park to your final tent location carrying everything plus the kitchen sink! Whoop!
  • Music and activities don’t finish too late which is great for people looking to get some real kip. Also good news for families.
  • The campsite is not far from the arena, but take good footwear as the ground may be uneven.
  • We can offer a tent pitch in a family area if you wish. This may be further away from the main arena, but it tends to be quieter. Please let us know if this something you wish to know more about.
  • There is a dedicated cafe located in the camping zone who also provide us with fab activities. (TBC)
  • There will be general drinking water taps located around site.
  • If you wish to camp with other friends and families, we will do our best to put you together, but the festival campsite is arranged on a first come first served basis, space cannot be reserved. BUT we will REALLY try our best for you.
  • Remember, no glass is allowed onsite. If you have bought your own alcohol, please note that this cannot be consumed in the main arena, however, you are more than welcome to enjoy this in the campsite area.

There are a few additional things to note:

  • All pitches on the campsite must be pre-booked via the ticket booking page
  • Camping is available to weekend festival ticket holders only.
  • Each separate Tent / Campervan / Caravan / Live-in Vehicle must have pre-purchased a festival campsite pitch relative to their tent or vehicle type.
  • Campsite reservations are to be made on a per pitch basis (not per person).
  • Parking for one vehicle is included with the purchase of a festival campsite pitch.
  • Pitches are allocated on a first-come first-served basis on arrival at the festival site.
  • Pets (except sight/hearing assistance dogs) are NOT allowed on the campsite or the main festival site.
  • Due to Fire Officer recommendations, awnings or canopies must not link tents. We recommend the use of flame retardant tents.
  • Open Fires (inc barbeques, all solid fuel and liquid fuel based fires) are strictly prohibited throughout the festival site and campsite.
  • Responsible and correct use of Camping Gaz™ equipment is permitted on the festival campsite only and not in any other part of the festival site such as the festival arena field or in any festival venue.
  • For safety reasons caravans, motorhomes, campervans and trailer tents will have a separate area of the campsite but all camping will be in close proximity to facilities and the main festival site.
  • One vehicle per tent pitch or one towing vehicle for caravans, will be permitted to park within each camping pitch but overnight movement restrictions will be in place. Any additional vehicles will need to park in the festival car park, please see the Car Parking section for information.
  • Pets (except sight/hearing assistance dogs) are NOT allowed on the campsite or the main festival site.
  • We are unable to offer electric hook-up facilities.
  • An Elsan waste disposal unit will be provided.
  • Due to Fire Officer recommendations, awnings or canopies must not link tents. We recommend the use of flame retardant tents.
  • Open Fires (inc barbeques, all solid fuel and liquid fuel based fires) are strictly prohibited throughout the festival site and campsite.
  • Responsible and correct use of Camping Gaz™ equipment is permitted on the festival campsite only and not in any other part of the festival site such as the festival arena field or in any festival venue.

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