Frequently asked questions


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Location – The stunning festival site is located at Haywards Heath, RH16 1XP, less than 2 miles from Haywards Heath train station.

Dates and opening hours – Saturday 18th September: 12pm – 10pm and Sunday 19th September: 12pm – 8pm. Last entry is 5pm for both days.

Transport – 15 minutes from Brighton via train or 30 minutes from Brighton via car. 40 minutes from London via train or 80 minutes from London via car. 

Shuttle service – There will be a return shuttle service running to the site from Haywards Heath station. Local taxi and Uber services are also available.

Entrance and ID – Glades of Glory is an 18+ festival. All ticket holders must bring a valid form of ID with them. Photos on phones will not be accepted.

Where can I buy a ticket? – Tickets are available via our official partner Resident Advisor.

If I leave Glades of Glory, will I be able to get back in? – There is no re-entry to the festival site.

Can I bring my own food and drink? – You cannot bring your own food & drink. Various drink and food vendors are available on site.

Is there camping? – There is no camping on the festival site. The surrounding areas have hotels available to book. Brighton is a good location to book a hotel stay.

Is there parking? – Car parking spaces are available on site, these can be booked in advance via our official ticket outlet.

Are pets allowed into the event? – No pets are permitted.

What do VIP tickets include? – fast track entry, private bar, fancy toilets, two drink tokens on arrival, VIP Weekend tickets include 4 drinks tokens. *You must have purchased a standard ticket before purchasing a VIP upgrade ticket.

Covid-19 Policy – Yours and our staff’s safety and wellbeing is of the utmost importance to us at Glades of Glory, therefore we recommend bringing one of the following to be shown upon entry:

– Proof that you are fully vaccinated, in the UK or in another country.

– A negative lateral flow taken within 48 hours, the result displayed via the NHS app.

– An email/SMS with a negative result.

– A positive test result, within the last 6 months (as long as you’ve finished isolating).