Access & Disability


About Lunar Festival

Lunar festival is a family friendly music festival for approximately 3000 people, set on farmland and green fields. The terrain can be uneven in places, but is mostly flat. Wet weather may make navigating the site more challenging for those with mobility issues. It is a relatively small site however and the different areas are no more than a 5-7 minute walk away. Umberslade is a working farm and visitor attraction so there will be livestock in surrounding fields.



A Personal Assistant wristband is available free of charge if you are a deaf or disabled person who requires assistance to access the festival. You will need to buy your ticket as normal and email us proof of purchase, for example – a copy of the E-Ticket. You will also need to supply proof of eligibility, this might be

-Front page of DLA / PIP (no specific rate) – Front page of Attendance Allowance letter (no specific rate) – Evidence of being registered severely sight impaired (blind) – Recognised Assistance Dog ID card We will review applications without the listed evidence on a case-by-case basis.

Please note temporary injuries, illnesses and pregnancy do not qualify under the PA scheme.

Applications are limited to one PA per person.

Personal Assistant tickets are not issued in advance. Your PA will then be issued with a wristband when you collect yours. You must have proof of eligibility (listed above) with you on the day.

Carers tickets only apply for over 16 years old Disabled.
Under 16 Disabled can come for free when accompanied by a paying adult.

To register please email



By Car:

Easy access parking is adjacent to the main entrance. Stewards can direct you. Your confirmation email will be required to access this area.

By Train/Taxi:

Please note that the festival is 2 miles/a 5 minute taxi journey from the nearest train stations; Danzey or Wood End. You will need to book a taxi in advance. Try Henley Cars 015647 93338. Please ensure taxis drive you right to the festival entrance as it is a ten minute walk from the main road, down the drive to the box office

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If you wish to bring a live in vehicle you will need to purchase a ‘Live in vehicle’ ticket, available on our website. The Live in vehicle campsite is located to the right of the main entrance and stewards will direct you upon arrival.

You can camp in a tent at no additional cost in your preferred camping field (Family, Quiet or General). These are all no more than a ten minute walk away from the main arena and car park. Space is available on a first come, first served basis.


The main arena

There is disabled viewing area as the arena is on a slight gradient, which enables easy viewing of the stage.



Toilets: There is a disabled access toilet in each toilet block which are located near the main entrance and at the junction of the camping areas.

Water: There is a water point in each campsite area. This is located next to the toilet facilities.


First Aid

The First Aid Tent is situated at the main entrance. First Aiders will be available throughout the duration of the festival for any medical emergencies or welfare concerns.


Further information

If you have any other questions that aren’t answered here please don’t hesitate to contact us – subject heading ‘Access’