If you are coming for the full weekend Lunar experience then you will be in need of somewhere to rest your head at night! Luckily for you, we’ve got you covered with 5 different campsites each with different sleeping environments and accommodation options. Access to the campsites is only available to Weekend Ticket holders.
By popular demand we’re opening the campsites a day early from Midday on Thursday 26th. The Pink Moon Meadow will be open with entertainment in the Moonshine Barn and the Misery Saloon. Early Settlers passes are available for £30 for Adults, £10 for under 16’s and £5 for under 12’s. For regular ticket-holders all the Campsites open from 10am on Friday. You can get your festival tickets here.
General Camping, Quiet after Midnight please.
Located South East of the Farm (200m from the Festival Entrance) this field offers secluded peaceful pitches away from the Festival Arena. Pitch at the bottom of the field for the quietest spots. Bell Tents are also available in this field (see the Glamping options below for more details). This field is served by toilets and showers in the corner of the Red Campsite only a short walk away.
Late Night Revellers (but please no sound systems in the campsite).
Located East of the Farm (100m from the Festival Entrance) this field offers easy access pitches close to the Festival Arena. Bell Tents are also available in this field (see the Glamping options below for more details). This field is served by toilets and showers in the corner nearest the Farm.
Located North of the Farm (100m from the Festival Entrance) this field offers the opportunity to stay in the comfort of your own Campervan . You will need to purchase a Live-In Vehicle ticket, available on the tickets page. This field is served by toilets and showers in the corner of the adjacent Blue Campsite.
Please note that awnings are ok but there are no hook ups and tents are strictly forbidden in the Live-In Vehicle area. Trailer tents are OK. Once parked up there is no re-entry please.
Family Camping, Quiet after Midnight please.
Located North West of the Farm (200m from the Festival Entrance) this field offers peaceful pitches away from the Festival Arena. Bell Tents are also available in this field (see the Glamping options below for more details). This field is served by toilets and showers in the corner towards the Farm.
Family Camping, Quiet after Midnight please. (Green Campsite Pass Required). Located right next to the Farm (200m from the Festival Entrance) this field offers peaceful and secluded pitches away from the Festival Arena but right next to the Children’s Farm itself. We have negotiated direct access to the Farm from this field in the daytime, so you’ll be able to access all the attractions directly from this field. Campers in this field will also have early access to the Farmhouse Café from 9am (an hour before its open to other campers). Space is limited in this field and you will need to book in advance at £33 per tent for the weekend including booking fee.
Bell Tents are also available in this field (see the Glamping options below for more details) note that the Green Campsite Pass is included in the Bell Tent option in this field. This field is served by toilets and showers in the adjacent Blue Campsite.
Campsite do’s and don’t’s
Camping is free to weekend ticket holders only (our Glamping options come at an extra cost that can be purchased from the tickets page). Day ticket holders will not have access to the campsites. The Campsites are open from 12pm on Thursday until Midday on Monday. Please take all camping equipment with you and leave the campsites as you find them.
There will be 24 hour Security in the Campsites supported by our Campsite Welfare Team who will be on hand to help make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Please NO Campfires or Disposable BBQ’s in the campsites or car parks. Professional camping stoves are fine if used responsibly. There is a large supervised Camp Fire in the Festival Arena. For everyone’s safety please keep the Fire Lanes in the campsites clear.
You are allowed to bring a reasonable personal amount of alcohol to the festival with you, but this is only permitted in the campsites. Please decant into plastic bottles or other materials, and do not attempt to bring it with you into any other festival areas. Anyone attempting to bring alcohol from the campsite into other festival areas will have their alcohol confiscated.
Alternatively, if you’d prefer to bring your own caravan/campervan then you will need to purchase a Live-In Vehicles ticket for the Orange Campsite, which are available for purchase on the tickets page. Please note that awnings are OK, there are no hook ups and tents are strictly forbidden in the Live-In Vehicle area. Trailer tents are accepted. Once parked up there is no re-entry.
We also have a fine choice of Glamping options on offer. This is where you can pre-book more luxurious accommodation at an extra cost, which will be set up and waiting for you when you arrive. No carrying bags full of camping equipment, no time and energy spent on putting everything together. Just turn up to the festival, head to your allocated campsite and be shown to your tent! The options we have for 2018 are listed below. Once you’ve decided what you’d like to go for, head here to book your luxury experience!
A more traditional option for those who enjoy camping outdoors under a cover of canvas. Anji provided our Bell Tents for Lunar 2016 and did an excellent job, so we’re pleased to offer these tents as a Glamping option again for 2018. Bell tents are decorated with comfy memory foam mattresses, cotton rug, low table, battery lamp, cushions, mirror and solar fairy lights.
Prices: £190 for a 4 person tent, £250 for a 5 person tent or £360 for a 6 person tent. Additional bedding options are available.
Vintage tents, collected, stitched and patched to mint condition and used at festivals year on year to combat the “Monday morning throw away mentality at festivals” and promote a message of sustainability. Each tent is unique in style and colour so if you want to enjoy camping in comfort in beautiful relics of times gone by, this is the option for you!
Package includes canvas frame tent, separate inner tent with built in groundsheet, door mat in the utility area, small table and LED lamp and friendly staff on hand throughout the event! Plus, natural jute rugs, sheepskin rug, pillows, fairy lights and candles and a reclaimed wooden table! Prices: 2 person tent for £300, 4 person tent for £380, 5 person tent for £425 or 6 person tent for £475.
Additional bedding options are available.
Innovative, quirky and unique all terrain Pods and Cabins will be coming to Lunar 2018. These exclusive pop-up Glamping pods keep you raised off the ground and level, carpet floors with a double air mattress will make you feel like your in your own bed at home (cosy bedding package extra to add sheets + pillows to your air mattress). The black out PVC cover keeps it fully weatherproof and if the sun is shining you can lift it up and turn your Pod into a sunny day bed! All pods are also lockable – you will have your very own key to keep your belongings secure throughout the weekend.
The Pod Father is family size, big enough for 4 adults. This comes in at £500 for the weekend. The Cosy Cocoon is perfect for couples, suitable for 2 people max. and priced at £200 for the weekend.
Additional bedding options are available.
Our Orange Campsite offers the opportunity to stay in the comfort of your own Campervan. You will need to purchase a Live-In Vehicle ticket, available on the tickets page, which are £65 for campervans under 6m and £75 for campervans over 6m.
Please note that awnings are ok but there are no hook ups and tents are strictly forbidden in the Live-In Vehicle area. Trailer tents are OK. Once parked up there is no re-entry please. Please also note that cars are not permitted in this campsite unless they are towing a caravan or trailer tent (as these of course these cannot be driven themselves!). Once parked up we ask that cars are not moved until you are leaving the festival due to health & safety. You are not permitted to drive a car into this campsite to use as your live-in vehicle.
Trikes 4 Transport
Trikes 4 Transport are a not for profit, community group based in Sheffield. Using cycle power we are able to take an estate car’s worth of camping equipment anywhere within the festival’s grounds in a non polluting and environmentally friendly way. They will be working throughout the weekend to help our campers take their belongings from the entrance to their desired campsite, and back again when it’s all over!