- This is an open-air concert in front of Capesthorne Hall
- Seating is not provided so do bring garden chairs and rugs
- Gazebo spaces are available on a first come first served basis at £20 per pitch, please book online(please note that the gazebo is not supplied)
- There will be a designated picnic area with standing room only permitted immediately in front of the main stage
- Please note that the performance will contain lasers and flashing lights
- Bag searches and trained search dogs will be in operation at the ticket checkpoints
- Pets, garden flares, private barbecues and Chinese lanterns are not permitted
- The promoter reserves the right to modify the programme
- No online booking fees
- Box office closes and last entry 9:00pm
- Tickets cannot be exchanged, replaced if lost, nor money refunded
- Under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult
- For all corporate hospitality enquiries, please call 01283 841601 for details
15 miles south of Manchester down the A34 and a short distance past the east-west A537 Knutsford to Macclesfield Road
30 miles east of Chester. Turn right from the A537 an to the A34
20 miles north of Stoke on Trent off the A34
Capesthorne Hall is easily accessible from:
M6 Junctions 17 (Congleton), 18 (Holmes Chapel) and 19 (Knutsford)
M56 Junction 6 (Macclesfield/Wilmslow)
5 miles to Macclesfield and just 2 hours from London Euston
5 miles to Wilmslow where the Express to London Euston takes just 2 hours and five minutes
15 miles to Crewe and extensive national rail connections.
Please follow the yellow directional signs which will direct you to the most appropriate entry gate.
Parking for the disabled will be close to the concert arena. A valid blue badge must be displayed. Disabled toilets are provided on the concert site.
Parking Stewards will direct you to designated free parking areas within Capethorne Hall. Please do not park on public highways, grass verges or under trees.
No, overnight parking is not permitted at Capesthorne.
Vehicles dropping passengers at the event will be directed to the drop off point. If passengers are being collected the driver of the vehicle will be directed to the same point as they were dropped off. We suggest that all pick-ups are back by 10:30pm to avoid outgoing traffic at the end of the concert. Full drop off and pick up instructions will be added to the website prior to the event.
Yes...you are welcome to bring your own chairs, rugs and picnics if you like. Please be aware however, that for safety reasons you will not be permitted to position chairs or objects which could be hazardous within close proximity of the stage. There will be designated picnic and seating areas on site and the area in front of the stage will be for dancing only!!
No. These are a danger to livestock and a severe fire risk for surrounding standing crops.
You will be allowed to bring your own alcohol but there will be restrictions per person. As a guide we would recommend a maximum quantity of one bottle of wine per person or four cans of beer. Bottles of neat spirit are not permitted. Glass is permitted on this site but no food or drink will be allowed in the dance area.
Unfortunately there are no cash points within Capesthorne Estate and credit/debit cards cannot be used at the concessions and catering outlets or at the on-site box office, so it is suggested that you bring sufficient cash to cover your expected needs.
The greatest distance you will have to walk from any of the car parks is approximately 400m over parkland and roadways.
Yes, there is a caravan park (no tents) onsite at Capesthorne but this is now SOLD OUT! Please contact Capesthorne on 01625 861221 with any queries.
Yes if you pre-book but they are only permitted on the perimeter of the site and should not be bigger than 3m x 3m. The pitches for gazebos are sold on a first come first serve basis. The cost of a gazebo pitch is £20.00 and does not include the gazebo.
Hand held umbrellas yes. To prevent obstructing the view of other concert-goers, please do not use umbrellas during the performance.
The taking of photographs for personal use is fine but there are restrictions on ‘professional' cameras being used. There is no objection to pocket digital cameras and mobile phone cameras. High-end 35mm cameras, usually with detachable lenses, would normally qualify as ‘professional' type equipment, and these will not be permitted.
It will be announced on the website, in local media and on radio and TV if possible.
If your concert tickets do not arrive within 1 week of booking please inform the Box Office on 01283 841601. There will be a Box Office ticket collection point by the Main Entrance.
There will be plenty of room. All areas of the picnic and viewing area offer a good view of the stage, although you must bear in mind that people may choose to stand up in front of you.
No the Hall will not be open to the public on the day of the event.
With the exception of dogs assisting the visually impaired, no animals of any kind are allowed in the concert site. Please do not leave your pets in your car.
Yes you are able to bring your own food and drink, including alcohol. Please note personal barbecues are not permitted. There will be designated picnic areas as the area in front of the stage will be for dancing only. There will be a variety of food stalls on site if you would prefer not to bring a picnic.
You are welcome to bring your own alcohol on site. However there will be restrictions on the quantity. As a guide we recommend 1 bottle of wine or 4 cans per person. Neat bottles of spirits will not be permitted.
There will be a variety of food stalls on site as well as a licensed bar. Please see “Catering” section.
6:00 pm – Car Park & Gates open
8:00 pm – Chill out set
9:00 pm – Interval with live DJ
9:30 pm – Dance Set with lasers
10:45 pm – Concert finishes
Yes, as long as you are able to fully download the ticket PDF, and open it on the screen of your device, the scanners will be able to verify it. Please be aware however that mobile signal is limited at Capesthone Hall.
Yes, please call the office on 01283 841601 to discuss your requirements.
As the event is completely open air, there are no legal restrictions on smoking, with the exception of marquee structures such as the Concert Shop. However, we would encourage you to consider your fellow picnickers before lighting up, and dispose of cigarette ends with care.
Yes you can. Please email into firstname.lastname@example.org with your photo which includes the shout-out message ready to show on the screen. Or on the night there will be a photo booth in the bar area where you can take a photo with your shout-out message which will be uploaded onto the screen.
We recommend bringing appropriate clothing for the weather, and warm clothes even in good weather as the temperature often drops as darkness falls. The concert area and car parks are well lit, but it can be useful to bring a torch to help pack up your things and find your car.
You can either call the box office on 01283 841601 or email your question to email@example.com