Creamfields South’s first festival kicks off in two weeks. The new event is the sister festival to the popular electronic dance music festival Creamfields, which takes place annually in Cheshire.
It will take place at Hylands Park in Chelmsford, on the grounds of the former V-Festival site, over the Queen’s Jubilee weekend (June 2-4).
The 50,000 expected festival goers will be thrilled as the lineup is filled with talented international artists such as Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Fatboy Slim, Eric Prydz, MK and Idris Elba. They will also be able to use the campsites, which will have telephone charging stations, lockers, shops, drinking water taps and a medical tent.
But there are a number of items that are not allowed on the festival site. The organizers have explained what is prohibited and what is allowed to avoid any confusion, delays or problems when you show up.
What (and who) is banned from Creamfields South 2022?
Aerosols (including deodorants), air horns, blowtorches, professional cameras including SLR and recording equipment, motorhomes, campfires, persons under 18, Chinese lanterns, firearms/ weapons/sharps, firewood and fireworks, flag poles, flares, gas canisters, generators, glass, hammers, illegal substances and objects, laser equipment, nitrous oxide, projectiles, gasoline burners, bombs smoke bombs, PA systems, spray cans, drones and large golf umbrellas are strictly prohibited on the campsite and in the arena.
What can you bring to Creamfields South 2022?
You may bring alcohol, large bags, cans, stoves, disposable barbecues, food and soft drinks to campsites only. Check if other items are allowed on the official Creamfields South website here.