Strawberries & Creem Festival takes place in Cambridge on Saturday 15th June 2019, and runs from 12pm - 11pm.
Doors will open at 12pm but you will be able to queue from earlier if you want to beat the rush.
Last entry is 3pm.
There is a zero tolerance policy to drugs at the event. No alcohol or food is to be brought onto site.
All bags will be searched on entry, with random body searches in place.
There will be cameras in operation throughout the festival site.
The event is 18+.
We will enforce a Challenge 25 policy so make sure you bring ID with you to ensure entry.
The easiest way to have your ticket scanned is by printing, but you can present your e-ticket on your phone. It is not our responsibility if there are any issues with the quality of screens.
There is plenty of parking on site. You can either purchase your parking in advance or pay on the day.
All-day car parking tickets can be purchased for £12, and will be available on our website soon.
We would encourage you to be as green as you can and car share / get buses where possible.
Our VIP ticket packages include some awesome added extras:
- Exclusive viewing platform
- Private VIP bar and luxury toilets
- Queue jump & VIP goodie bag
- Sweets & Treats
- Star-studded guestlist
- Plus more surprises on the day!
The festival site is approximately 10 minutes drive from central Cambridge. To make journeys easier, we are running a shuttle bus service to take festival goers between the site and Cambridge city centre/train station.
Shuttle buses will run from the train station and the CITY CENTRE (bus stop opposite Parkside Police Station) from 11am until 4pm. The last bus will leave the city centre at 4pm, after that only return journeys are available.
Buses will start going back from the festival to the city centre and train station at 9pm.
You MUST buy your bus ticket IN ADVANCE. Return bus tickets will be available to purchase via our website for £10 soon.
The address for Haggis Farm is:
For those travelling by car, there will be signs to follow closer to the venue.
The entrance to the site is off Granchester Road towards Coton.