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Herts County Showground

Meraki Festival

Friday 28th - Sunday 30th August 2020

Herts County Showground in St. Albans

No age restrictions

Meraki Festival Tickets

For more information about Meraki Festival 2020 tickets, please visit the Meraki Festival tickets page, part of our Festivals 2020 guide

Meraki returns for a 4th year to St Albans from Friday 28th August to Sunday 30th August 2020.

The festival will feature a lineup of top live music acts across 3 stages. This is a family-friendly event, with lots to keep the little ones entertained, and with a range of special features and creative spaces around the festival for everyone to enjoy.

The activities at Meraki are all-inclusive – once you’re through the gates, you can enjoy all of our festival features for no extra cost!* There are evening and day tickets available as well as camping, glamping and VIP options, so you can join for an evening, a day, three days or make it into a full four-day adventure.

(*All-inclusive activities do not include food and drink).

Disabled Access Information

CONTACT DETAILS: If you have any questions about access and facilities at the festival, please feel free to email the festival at

If you are a disabled customer and require full-time assistance at the festival, a free Personal Assistant Ticket will be provided free of charge.

Please note there must be one Full Paying adult in a booking for a carer ticket to be issued.

Please note: If you are bringing a disabled child or teen under the age of 18 that requires our access facilities, there must be at least one full paying guardian or adult for a free carer ticket.

You can use the Disabled Access Toilets and Disabled Access Camping area regardless of the age of the disabled customer.

Please buy your paying tickets and send a copy of one of the following documents with your ticket to and the team will send you your free carers pass.


DLA/PIP or equivalent

Deaf or Blind registration

Recent letter from the DWP stating that you are entitled to DLA/PIP (2018/2019)

Alternative evidence to support your claim.


Blue Badge – this alone will not entitle you to a PA/Carer ticket, but it will allow you to use any disabled parking bays in any designated car parks.

PLEASE NOTE: Accessible facilities are only available for persons with permanent disabilities.

If you are unable to provide evidence of disability, you will not be entitled to a free ticket for a personal assistant. Once all documentation has been received and processed, you will receive confirmation by email.



There will be viewing areas (not raised) marked out to enable viewing of the stages – these are most relevant for use by wheelchair users and those unable to stand for long periods. These customers will be given priority in accessing the viewing areas and seating will be provided on a first-come-first-served basis. Please check with the Information Tent for any changes to viewing platforms/areas during the festival. Accessible toilet(s) will be located close by.

Your personal assistant or a family member/friend will also have a pass for access to the viewing area when accompanying you.



Unfortunately, at this time they are unable to offer British Sign Language / Captioning / Audio Description, however, this may be available at future MERAKI Festival Events.



PLEASE NOTE: Some of the music performances may include strobe lighting. There will not be a warning immediately before a period of strobe lighting. We will endeavour to provide general warning signs around the main stage if strobe lighting is to be used.

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Herts County Showground

Dunstable Road,
St. Albans

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