Camping Terms & conditions
1. Mutiny Festival Campsite is located at Farlington Playing Fields, Portsmouth, PO6 1UN and is for tent camping only. Campervans, Motorhomes and Trailer tents are not permitted.
2. Camping tickets must be purchased in advance and all camping ticket holders must also have a ticket to attend at least one of the Mutiny Festival dates at King George V Fields on Saturday 27 or Sunday 28 May 2017 and show this ticket on entry to the campsite along with their Mutiny Festival Camping Ticket
3. On arrival, you will be asked to show valid ID as Mutiny Festival operates to a ‘Challenge 25’ policy which means that if you are lucky enough to look or possibly look under 25, you will be asked to produce ID. This will be in operation at the entrance to the campsite when exchanging tickets for wristbands and across the Mutiny Festival Campsite.
4. If you can’t provide valid identification when asked, you will be asked to leave the site and return with your ID – no ID means no entry!
5. Valid forms of ID include:
- an in date photographic driver’s license or provisional licence.
- a valid passport.
- No photocopies nor out of date ID will be accepted.
6. Mutiny Festival Campsite is a 16+ campsite. If you are 16 or 17 years old you MUST be accompanied by an adult aged 18+. However, adults can only escort a maximum of two 16 or 17 year olds, unless the adult is clearly aged 30 years or above – this is purely at the discretion of the security team. Again, valid ID will be required.
7. All campers aged 16 or 17 years can only enter the campsite with the adult who is escorting them. Any 16 or 17 year old attempting to enter the festival campsite without their adult will be denied entry to the campsite and will have to wait at until their escorting adult arrives. Abuse of this system may result in customers being asked to leave Mutiny Festival Campsite and Mutiny Festival.
8. Persons aged 16 or 17 years must camp with their responsible adult.
9. Mutiny Festival Campsite opening/closing hours: -
- Open: Friday 26 May 2017 at 16:00hrs
- Close: Monday 29 May 2017 at 11:00hrs
The campsite will open at 08:00hrs on Saturday and Sunday and close at 02:00hrs each night, so please make sure you are back before this time.
10. Campsite tickets do not include car parking, these tickets have to be purchased separately. Car Parking is next to the campsite and tickets must be bought in advance. Please note that you will not be permitted to sleep in any vehicle in the car park.
11. Please note that you are not allowed to leave the car park in your vehicle until you are ready to leave the site completely and not return. If you leave the car park, you must purchase a second car park ticket to return and you stand the chance of losing your parking spot. It is strongly recommended that your car remain parked until you are prepared to vacate the campsite.
12. There is a FREE shuttle bus service to/from the campsite and the Mutiny Festival site (approximately 5 mins drive). Your campsite wristband allows you to come and go as many times as you like and will operate between 11:00hrs – 00:01hrs
13. Over 18s with valid ID (Challenge 25 policy will be in operation – please see above) will be permitted to bring a reasonable amount of alcohol into the campsite per adult, as described below, for personal consumption in the campsite ONLY. A reasonable amount is defined as:
- 1 crate (24 cans) of beer or cider or an equivalent
- 2 x 70cl bottles of wine or 1 wine box or an equivalent
- 1 x 70cl bottle of spirits
All alcohol must be decanted into non-glass containers and there are NO EXCEPTIONS regarding glass containers. Broken glass can harm people or animals who will use the campsite land after you leave.
14. Alcohol will not be allowed onto the Camp & Ride shuttle bus service or brought into the Mutiny festival site, where there are plenty of bars available.
15. Mutiny Festival and Farlington Playing Fields Campsite is for nice people and is about having a good time. Anti-social behavior will not be tolerated and you will be ejected without refund from the campsite and the festival.
16. All tickets will be exchanged for wristbands on arrival at the entrance to the campsite (subject to Ts and Cs). Once wristbands have been issued and put on tampering, swopping, removal of, etc. will not be tolerated and those found doing so will be asked to leave the Mutiny Festival and Mutiny Campsite.
17. Ticket holders will be searched on entry to the campsite and to the festival. If you are in possession of illegal substances, you may be arrested.
18. We’re happy for groups to camp near each but we politely ask that people are considerate and not to set up overly large “camping areas” to ensure everyone has enough room to enjoy the campsite and all have a fair amount of space.
19. If you are ejected from the Mutiny Festival Campsite, you will also forfeit your attendance to the main Mutiny Festival site and vice-versa.
20. Only kitchen knives up to a blade length of 3 inches are allowed onsite for use in cooking (e.g. table knife, small paring knife). Anything that may be deemed a weapon will be confiscated.
21. Fire safety is important. No campfires, flares, fireworks, Chinese lanterns, naked flames etc. are allowed. Disposable aluminum BBQs are not allowed. Only small purpose built off-the-ground BBQs and camping stoves can be used to cook food but ONLY in the designated cooking area.
22. Due to onsite sanitary and hygiene considerations, personal portable toilet units are not permitted into the festival site. This is a very important condition of entry and customers attempting to bring in portable toilets will be turned away at the gate. There will be a sufficient number of toilets supplied in the campsite and, as there are already facilities in situ at the playing fields, many of the these will be of the porcelain variety!
23. No pets or other animals are allowed on the festival campsite other than dogs assisting the visually impaired.
24. The following items are not permitted at the campsite:
- Any illegal substances such as NOS/nitrous oxide
- Weapons or anything that can be interpreted as a weapon
- Chinese lanterns
- Naked flame torches or flares
- Camping gas canisters above 5kg
- Generators of any kind
- Portable sound systems other than those for personal use
- Portable/Chemical toilets
- Any glass / glass bottles
- Lasers or air horns
Anything else that the campsite security team or campsite management team view as potentially harmful or anti-social.
25. The Mutiny Festival Campsite will have a perimeter fence line, wristband entry and security on duty 24 hours a day. Visitors leave their belongings at their own risk. It is advised to leave all valuables at home.
26. Facilities within the campsite include: toilets, showers, food stalls, 24-hour security, medical and welfare presence, lighting, cooking area, rubbish disposal area etc.
27. The Mutiny Festival Campsite location at Farlington Playing Fields is a constantly used playing fields for many local teams and we want to keep it so it can still be used after the festival as quickly as possible, so please help us by keeping it clean and tidy. Please ensure you do not leave anything other than “general waste” in the designated areas – please take all large items home with you e.g. tents, chairs, sleeping bags, re-usable BBQs, etc. Please respect the land.
28. Travel - Ensure you look into your travel arrangements before you buy your tickets. While we make every effort to help and advise on travel options on our website we cannot give refunds for problems with getting to and from the campsite.
29. Mutiny Festival Camping and Mutiny Festival ticket holders give their express consent to the use of their actual or simulated likeness in connection with the production, exhibition, advertising and/or exploitation of any photos, film, video and/or audio recording of this event and/or any element thereof in any/all media throughout the world.
30. Prior written permission is needed by Mutiny in the Park Ltd for anyone to use Mutiny Festival tickets and/or Mutiny Festival Camping tickets in any sales promotions, media, marketing, reward programmes, staff incentives, raffles, auctions or general competitions. ‘Mutiny Festival' is a registered trademark; the Mutiny Festival logo and any related Mutiny Festival artwork cannot be used without written permission of Mutiny in the Park Ltd.
31. If the Festival is cancelled, the organisers & Mutiny in The Park Ltd shall not be liable for any costs or expenses incurred by campsite ticket holders, including but not limited to the ticket cost, transportation & accommodation costs or any other losses of any kind. The organisers reserve the right to change and amend the festival programme without prior notification & cannot be held responsible for acts and headliners who cancel. Refunds cannot be issued if a particular artist does not appear or performs on a different day.