Kendal Calling Tickets
Kendal Calling 2019, Cumbria
Thursday 25th July 2019 - Sunday 28th July 2019 tickets:
Reviews of Kendal Calling
A small festival with a big attitude, Kendal Calling takes place each year in the beautiful surroundings of the Lowther Deer Park in the Lake District.
With big main stage lineup each year, a huge dance tent, and a plethora of small and interesting stages hosted in quirky tents, Kendal Calling is a great chance to see both big and up and coming artists in a truly gorgeous setting.
As well as a comprehensive and impressive musical programme, the festival also includes a great roster of comedy, spoken word and DJs - so there's something for everyone. And with its laid back atmosphere and gorgeous art installations and sculptures dotted around the festival site, it's a magical place for kids too.
Kendal Calling was born from a group of music lovers who felt the fields of Cumbria could be put to better use during the summer months - in the name of music, fun and frolics.
We look forward to each coming year, as they consistently seem to out-do themselves each time. Don’t be fooled by the size, Kendal Calling packs a whallop!
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Disabled Access Information
Kendal Calling is a 3 to 4 day festival set in the beautiful lake district with over 10 stages featuring regional, national and international talent. The festival works closely with Attitude is Everything to provide an event site which is accessible, and to that end the organisers are pleased to announce that they received the Silver Award in accessibility on site and are the first festival to be awarded the access starts online status.
Please note: The accessibility facilities are only available to festival goers with permanent disabilities, so broken legs, recent injuries, recent operations, elderly and pregnant women do not qualify.
CONTACT DETAILS FOR ALL ACCESS ENQUIRIES:
If you would like more information on the access facilities at the event or to get in touch with the festival, please email email@example.com or write to them at: Kendal Calling Access, Office 102, 19 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1AN. Kendal Calling aim to respond to all enquiries within 2-3 days.
ACCESS AROUND THE SITE:
The festival is held at the Lowther Deer Park, Cumbria. The land is ancient woodland and farmland with grass and some uneven ground. There is a tarmac road running through the middle of the Main Arena. The Main Arena has a number of small hills inside its perimeter. There is a gravel road that runs around the edge of the Accessible Campsite. The Accessible Car Park is located within the Accessible Campsite. The ground leading from the accessible car park and campsite to the Main Arena entrance consists of gravel road and grass. The distance is approximately 400 metres. The Main Arena is 300 metres from the main gate to the furthest perimeter edge.
Please note: The weather conditions can dramatically affect the ground conditions, so wherever possible please try to consider what preparations you may need to make and equipment you may need to bring along.
BOOKABLE ACCESS FACILITIES:
The following access facilities need to be pre-booked using the Access Requirement form. This form and the required evidence must be sent to Kendal Calling directly once you have purchased a ticket.
1) 2 FOR 1 TICKETS FOR PERSONAL ASSISTANTS
Kendal Calling provide a 2:1 ticket scheme for individuals who would be unable to attend the festival without bringing a personal assistant. Once you have bought a full price ticket, please fill in the access requirement form and provide a form of evidence as listed on the form in order to receive your personal assistant ticket.
2) VIEWING PLATFORM WRISTBAND
A viewing platform with a stewarded accessible toilet is located near the stage in the Main Arena. In order to gain access to the viewing platform, you need a viewing platform wristband. This also comes with a lanyard that can be worn by a personal assistant or companion so that they can join you on the platform.
3) ACCESSIBLE CAMPING WRISTBAND
On arrival Thursday and Friday, there will be an Access Information Point in the accessible campsite where customers can collect further information on access within the festival site. It is also here that additional pre-agreed wristbands can be collected.
The accessible campsite will be cordoned off from general camping. There will be a number of accessible toilets and showers. The accessible campsite will include a covered, 24-hour charging point for power chair batteries. Please assist with planning by letting the festival know if you intend to use this service when completing Section 5 of the Access Requirement Form. Customers are free to leave batteries and chairs in this area overnight at their own risk as this service is not stewarded.
Near to the Accessible Campsite, there are village services (bar, concessions, information point and welfare).
Facilities provided in the accessibility campsite:
Accessible unisex showers and toilets
Standard showers and toilets
Fresh water points
Waste disposal point
Electrical points for charging wheelchairs and scooters on a first-come-first-served basis
This campsite is available to customers who are unable to camp in the standard campsites or who need access to specialist facilities provided.
4) ACCESSIBLE PARKING PASS
An Accessible Car Park is located within the Accessible Campsite perimeter. Customers are allowed to park their cars near to their tent in a designated car park, but not directly next to their tent.
OTHER INFORMATION RELATED TO THE SITE:
There will be a stewarded accessible toilet located beside the viewing platform in the Main Arena. A viewing platform wristband is required to gain access to this toilet. There will be other non-stewarded accessible toilets in the Main Arena. There will be accessible toilets within the Accessible Campsite.
Kendal Calling welcome assistance dogs onto the site. There will be an area provided for toileting and drinking.
There will be general warning signs around the Main Arena if strobe lighting will be used. Due to the nature of the artists, it is likely that strobe lighting will be used throughout the performances. There will not be a warning immediately before a period of strobe lighting.
There will be a First Aid tent located in the Main Arena that will be visible within the Main Arena. There will also be Medics and First Aiders on patrol around the event. You will be able to store medication with the medical team if refrigeration is needed. Please let the festival know in advance if you will be wishing to store medication here. If you require more information, please get in touch.
The festival have Bob-on-Com hearing loops on site, these are available at the box office, the access reception which is located in the access campaign, the information point and at the Green gate which is the entrance for customers staying in the access camping field, the boutique camping and live in vehicles.
On arrival to site, please head to the gate as described in the information pack, these are broken down into coloured gates. The information pack provided in advance, usually via email, will explain which gate to head to, where to collect your wristband and the location of the access campsite.
Don’t forget your festival tickets, these will be scanned on arrival and swapped for festival wristbands.
The site will open from 9am Thursday, for those with Thursday tickets, and 9am Friday for all weekend ticket holders.
To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below