This is one big happy rock n roll family and as such all ages are welcome at Stonedeaf Festival.
Children will be allowed into the arena.
All Under 14’s must be accompanied by an appropriate adult at all times.
The adult is completely responsible for the care and behaviour of the child.
There will be no child specific facilities anywhere on site, Stonedeaf is a small festival and other than bands and merch stall there is very little else.
Please be aware that there will be an adult themed content throughout the Festival all adults with children should be aware of this.
No persons under the age of 16 will be allowed entry without an adult.
The ticket price is standard for all attendees though we do offer a family “four pack” discounted ticket bundle.
There is no quiet camp but we do have lots of space.
Please provide proper ear defenders for the children, decent sun black and do not leave them unattended. Please keep the well away from the mosh pit. Other than that we hope you have a fantastic time please remember it is a long day for small children.
If you are attending with children under the age of 16, you will be issued with a young persons wristband on arrival at the box office to put this on the child for the entire weekend. There is space on the wristband to write the parent/guardian/carer’s phone number which we would ask you to do straight away.
We also recommend the parent/guardian/carer take a photo of the child every morning on their own mobile phone in case you should get separated at any point over the weekend.
- The parent/guardian/carer takes a photograph of the child every morning on their own camera/phone.
- This picture is retained by the parent/guardian/carer so there are no issues with data protection or safeguarding impacting site staff
- Only if a child is reported lost is the picture used by the parent/guardian/carer to inform site security/stewards/safeguarding team of the current appearance of the child
This will make it a lot easier for the security team to help them find the child quickly and reunite them with the parent/guardian/carer.
If you lose a child inform a steward as soon as possible. The area identified for Lost Children is the Cedric Ford Pavillion