Golden Rules for Festival Goers
Adopt a carefree, sunny spirit. Moaning and complaining are off-limits. Be friendly to strangers and embrace the unique sense of community that festivals create. Be willing to share your things - food, drink, umbrellas and blankets.
Remember where you pitched your tent and acknowledge your campsite neighbours. Late-night campsite activities - bongos, extra loud conversation, 100kW sound systems - are a no-no.
Only expect trust to go so far on campsites; keep all your valuables close. Strict restrictions are enforced in the family field, so respect the rules.
Remember to keep eating and drinking - it's important to keep your stamina up.
Find a bin for everything, or hold onto it until you do, and try to recycle wherever possible. Ponds, lakes and streams (and their inhabitants) like to be left in peace. Be brave and use the loos provided (remember to bring your own loo roll).
Campfires, fireworks and barbecues are normally forbidden. Leave your patch of the campsite just as litter-free and nature-friendly as you discovered it.