Tickets are available via Resident Advisor below:
Important Ticket Information
Belvoir Castle, Grantham, Leicestershire, NG32 1PE
We will be launching a dedicated travel page in the coming weeks – so please check back soon.
Travelling to Kingdom will likely make up 80% of our total carbon footprint, we would encourage you to travel by train where possible to help lower our impact on the environment.
The nearest train station to Belvoir Castle is Grantham Station – just a 1.5 hour journey from London Kings Cross and 1.15 hour journey from Leeds. We will be running shuttle busses from Grantham station, which will further help reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and ambient air pollutants.
Belvoir Castle is 6 miles from Grantham town. Local taxi companies such as Grantham Taxis, and Silver Cabs are available. In addition to festival shuttle busses.
If you are travelling from abroad to Kingdom, the nearest airport to Grantham is East Midlands (EMA) Airport which is 29.5 miles away. Other nearby airports include Birmingham (BHX) (55.9 miles), London Luton (LTN) (72.6 miles), Manchester (MAN) (75 miles) and London Stansted (STN) (80.7 miles).
If you’re travelling by car, please think of our planet and share the journey with friends. Set your satnav to NG32 1HA.
More info on coach tickets and travel coming soon.
All ticketing for Kingdom Festival is managed by Resident Advisor. Please head to our dedicated ticket page for full details around the ticketing process. Should you have any queries please get in touch at email@example.com.
If you can no longer make the festival and need to resell your ticket then please ensure you use RA’s official resale system which protects against ticket fraud and means you are guaranteed to receive your money back at face value. Unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.
Please note, all tickets must be purchased through Resident Advisor to ensure entry. Tickets bought through secondary ticket or resale sites such as Viagogo, Ticketswap and Stubhub will not be accepted.
The Car Park & Campsite will open on Friday 24th at 9am and closes on Monday 27th at 12pm.
Music will commence on Friday at 12pm and run until 2am on Monday morning. On Friday and Saturday music will run until 4am.
Kingdom Festival is a strictly aged 18+ event. We operate a challenge 25 policy and all those who appear under the age of 25 will be asked to provide evidence of their age by a valid photographic ID (UK Driving Licence, PASS 18+ Card or Passport).
There will be strictly no entry to those who are under the age of 18. Unfortunately we will not be able to offer refunds to those refused entry on the day.
To inform us of any access requirements, or to enquire about carer tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessible toilets – We will have accessible toilets at each toilet block – these will be coded to ensure they are only used by those who need to. The code will be available at the Medical Tent and with security.
Stage Viewing – wheelchair users will be able to watch performances from the side of the stage accompanied by a security personnel. You or your carer just needs to let the security close to the stage know that is your preference.
The site is a mixture of grass and hard standing and there are some areas of the site that can only be accessed via steps or rugged terrain, so please do get in touch if you have access requirements so we can discuss how best to meet your needs in advance.
Toilets & Showers
Access to showering facilities on the main campsite are included in your ticket price.
We will be working with industry leading sanitation providers to ensure there are a wide range of well-serviced compostable and accessible toilets and shower facilities across the campsite and festival main site.
There are no additional charges for these facilities.
Camping and accommodation
Access to the public campsite is included in your ticket price. Boutique camping options are not included in your ticket price, but are available to purchase on our accommodation page.
We’ve done our best to provide boutique accommodation options that are as affordable as possible. This is an effort to provide more eco-friendly and sustainable camping options as many tents are not recyclable.
If you are camping in the public campsite, please do bring a tent that’s a suitable size. There is a set amount of space in the campsite and whilst we want everybody to be comfortable we have to fit in the space we have, so please don’t bring overly sized camping tents. Please also be aware that gazebos will not be permitted onto site for use within the camping area.
If you’re camping we’d encourage you to be part of the 90% of festival attendees who take their tent home. Please avoid bringing any unnecessary single-use materials such as straws, cups, wet wipes and plastic bags and remember to clean up any leftover waste using the bags we’ll provide. We want to leave the beautiful grounds just the way we found them.
You will be able to re-enter the site over the course of the weekend. Personal alcohol allowance is only permitted on your first entry.
Car Parking is not included in your ticket price and is charged at £10 per vehicle in advance, or £20 on the day without prior booking.
If you have purchased a live-in vehicle pass you will not need an additional car parking pass.
If you plan to attend in a live-in vehicle, passes are available on the ticket page. Live-in vehicle passes are £55 per vehicle.
Passes are purchased per vehicle not per attendee and are only valid when presented with a valid festival ticket. Please note: pitches do not include power, waste disposal or plumbing.
You will be permitted to bring 12 cans of beer or cider per person on site, or 2 wine bottles (decanted into plastic bottles) – no glass will be allowed on site. OR a combination of the two (i.e. 6 cans and 1 bottle). Spirits will not be permitted.
You may only bring in your personal allowance of alcohol upon first entry.
On site there will be a variety of high-quality restaurants, bars, cafes and stalls available from some of the country’s favourite traders. Our full specialist programme across food and drink will be announced soon, with plenty for you to get stuck into.
You will also be allowed to bring your own food onto the campsite. Although please note that no personal fires, stoves or cooking devices are allowed anywhere on site.
Any item which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon
Animals (other than registered guide or hearing dogs)
Audio recorders, and unauthorised professional film or video equipment
BBQ’s, or camping stoves
Excessive amounts of food or cigarettes
Fireworks, Flares, or chinese/sky lanterns
Glass – no glass is permitted on site for safety and environmental reasons
Legal highs or psychoactive substances
Megaphones or air horns
Nitrous oxide and/or whippers
Portable laser equipment
Portable Music Systems or ‘mini-rigs’
Spray paint cans or marker and paint pens
Unauthorised items for trading, including any goods using unauthorised event logos
Kingdom operates a zero-tolerance policy to drugs and other illegal substances.
Information about volunteering at Kingdom 2020 will be coming shortly.
Filming and photography
Please note that there will be professional filming taking place throughout the weekend. By purchasing a ticket you agree to being filmed or photographed for possible promotional purposes.