Love Saves the Day 2014 is over the bank holiday weekend of the 24th & 25th of May in Castle Park in Bristol.
At the entrance to the festival you may be searched for any items that can be used in an illegal or offensive manner. If found they will be confiscated. Any persons suspected of carrying out offensive and/or illegal activities on site will be searched and may be removed from the festival.
On our license it is a condition of entry that you allow yourself and your belongings to be searched by Security or Police. When you are entering the festival site and area they will carry out random searches. Please do not attempt to bring in illegal substances, upon finding any serious action will be taken.
Please DO NOT bring the following:
- Anything considered to be an offensive weapon will not be permitted.
- Fireworks, flares, laser pens or any laser equipment will not be permitted.
- Animals are not permitted (with the exception of Guide Dogs)
Love Saves the day 2014 will have 8 tiers going on sale.
- Tier 1: £19.50
- Tier 2: £25.00
- Tier 3: £29.50
- Tier 4: £35.00
- Tier 5: £39.50
- Tier 6: £49.50
- Tier 7: £59.50
- Tier 8: £69.50
Toilets are accessible from all over the festival site.
We all know that festival toilets can be unpleasant to use, so please help us by keeping them clean, it will be mutually beneficial. Always wash your hands after using the toilets although it is suggested to bring sanitizer and spare toilet roll if you are to be sure of having some for personal use.
Rubbish and Waste
Bins are provided throughout the festival, which are emptied during the course of the event. Please use the bins provided and not the floor to ensure a clean enjoyable day.
If you don’t need it – don’t bring it!
Ensure to carry money, credit cards, mobile phones, cameras and all other valuables with you at all times. If you think you have had an item of yours stolen, please g to the Welfare Tent as it may have been handed in before reporting the theft to the Police.
Remember to locate your nearest emergency exits for the day and follow any given instruction’s from the Stewards or Security. If you see any dangerous/antisocial behavior, remove yourself out of harms way and alert Security if they are not already in the immediate vicinity.
Food & Drink
Due to licensing restrictions you are not permitted to bring your own food and drink into the event. If you have specific dietary requirements we will allow certain cases with a doctors note.
Arena Admission Policy
All tented structures have a set capacity that, by law, we are not allowed to exceed. If there is a particular artist you are hoping to see at the event, make sure to check their performance time and head down early. We cannot guarantee admittance to these areas with closed off structures not being re-opened until after the act has finished.
If you cannot get access, we recommend enjoying a performance at an alternative stage.
There is a 12-hour medical centre and other first aid points with fully qualified staff. Please make yourself aware with these locations throughout the day. There are also trained welfare staff who are the to help with personal problems also available for 12-hours.
Full emergency services include:
- Fire Services
If you need any assistance DO NOT call 999 as we have everything needed on site. This could unnecessarily tie up services from a nearby town. There are an ample number of Stewards and Security on site who can be alerted to call upon for any emergency services or assistance necessary.
If you suspect somebody is unwell take him or her to the first aid tent. If in severe cases they are not moving, please do not attempt to move them and alert a Steward immediately who will call for the exact help needed. If you take any medication regularly remember to bring it with you and make your friends aware of any illness of allergies you may have.
Please remember to look after yourself and those around you, even fellow Love Saves the Day attendees you don’t know.