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Here are some answers to the questions we get asked most often

  • Where is Headland Festival?
    We have the best home on the Yorkshire Coast, nestled above Scarborough and overlooking the coastline. Our host is James Ulliott (Spud), the farmer and owner of The Hulley's. If you see someone fixing something or building it, it's probably Spud. Say hello and offer him a drink, he definitely deserves one! Search Headland Festival on Google maps - - and you will be directed to the entrance. The Hulley’s, Craven's Hill, Newlands Rd, Cloughton, Scarborough YO13 0AU
  • What about accessibility?
    We provide wheel chair accessible toilets and there are no obstacles for any access to any part of the site. Please be aware however that the event is held in a field. If you are able to normally get around in a fairly flat grass park, you will be fine. We have had wheel chair users attend in the past. We also offer free tickets for carers. As with all things Headland, please remember we are a very small team and sometimes we miss things. If there is something we should have thought about or that you know we should be providing, please let us know. Please get in touch if there is anything else we can help with. The best way is to email if there are any questions that haven't been answered here.
  • Can I bring my dog?
    Well behaved members of every species are welcome at Headland, dogs and sprogs included! Dogs will need to be kept on a lead at all times, the farm is surrounded by fields where livestock are raised and any animal worrying livestock can be destroyed and the owner fined. We would also like to remind you that there will be free range children, loud PA systems and other potential distractions so if your pet is of a nervous disposition please consider leaving them somewhere they will be more comfortable.
  • What time can I arrive?
    Headland Festival opens at 10am on Friday 25th August for you to explore the site and set up your camping area. The site closes at 3pm on Monday 28th August.
  • What is there for kids to do?
    Alongside the music, art workshops and games we provide , each child ticket will come with an activity pack. We will be updating the website, and our socials, as we release more information about the event so please keep an eye on what we've got planned.
  • What is your Covid policy?
    As everyone is completely aware, we are under a legal duty to follow all the necessary regulations. At the time of writing, there are no restrictions we have to enforce. Any changes in Government policy or the law will of course be adhered to.
  • How do I purchase a child ticket?
    Children's tickets are available on the link below. Please be aware that Under 18's will only be allowed in alongside an adult. Each Adult ticket allows 3 children to be signed in.
  • Why do I have to buy an adult ticket to be able to buy child tickets?
    This is so we can ensure that everyone under the age of 18 is looked after properly. We have excellent medical and security provision, put in place to make certain that you and yours have the best possible time.
  • Can I bring a van/ caravan?
    Yes. There is an extra ticket for van's available here: Please be aware the lane that Headland Festival lives at the top of has a bit of a hill. You will need to drive up with confidence and don't stop. If you are a slightly more cautious driver and have the chance to check out the access lane before the weekend, we recommend it.
  • Can I camp next to my car?
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