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Camping At Music at the multiverse 2024

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We are delighted to be able to offer weekend camping pitches for the festival.

Our campsite is located in a field adjacent to Crawick Multiverse, which will be sign-posted from the B740.

If arriving by car you must park and then carry your items to the campsite. There will be parking directly next to the campsite for those who are camping and you should purchase a parking ticket at the same time as booking your festival and camping ticket.

There will be one entrance from the campsite into the festival arena within a 6-8 minute walk from festival arena.

Our campsite will be family friendly. There are no designated pitches, just pick a spot and set up camp.
While we do not have a restriction on tent size, to make sure everyone has enough space we do not allow gazebos or trailer tents.

Anyone under the age of 18 camping must be accompanied by an adult aged over 21. Anyone under 18 who attempts to camp without someone over aged 21, will be refused admission to the campsite.

In order to help us become more sustainable and environmentally minded, we ask that you bring a re-usable water bottle to use throughout the weekend and avoid wasting water by leaving taps running.

The campsite area will have:

  • Temporary event toilets
  • 24 hour security and medical
  • Fully fenced off secure area
  • Free safe drinking water
  • Waste water disposal point

The campsite area will NOT have:

  • Electrical or water hook-up points
  • Showers

Campsite Rules

We have a few rules to ensure everyone within the campsite is kept safe. Please follow these rules to ensure we protect the ground and everyone attending Music at the Multiverse.

Cooking Equipment

Greenheat Basecamp cooker / solid fuel stoves / any stoves must be raised off the ground.
Gas canisters under 450g or rechargeable canisters under 2.75kg and no more than 2 disposables or 1 rechargeable canister are permitted for use. Supplies in excess of this should be returned to the customer’s vehicle.

We ask that people perform a visual inspection of equipment, including seals and hoses to check for wear or cracks before connecting to any gas supplies. Once connected, perform the ‘soapy water test’ by connecting the cylinder to the cooking equipment, use a sponge to apply soapy water to the assembly including any
joints. Once covered, turn on the gas (without lighting the stove). Any leaks will be shown by small bubbles appearing in the soapy water or a smell of gas before lighting the stove.

The festival has a professional on-site fire team who are on duty 24 hours a day to respond to any fires. In the event of fire, immediately evacuate the area and alert a steward, security or member of the Campsite Management Team.

Prohibited Items within the Campsite:

Drones, Glass (absolutely no glass is allowed), Large stereo systems, Illegal substances, Portable laser equipment and pens, Unauthorised professional film or video equipment​, Audio recorders, Air horns, Fireworks, flares or Chinese lanterns, Any item which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon, Animals (other than registered guide or hearing dogs), Gas canisters over 450g or 2.75kg if it’s a rechargeable canister. No more than 2 disposables and 1 rechargeable canister are allowed, Nitrous oxide canisters, Petrol burners, Chimineas, Fire baskets & open metal fire pits, Any form of aerosol over 250ml, Excessive amounts of food, cigarettes and alcohol.

Alcohol Limits

You are welcome to bring your own food and drink (including alcohol) for use within the campsite area.
Please note that no alcohol can be taken from the campsite into the main festival area.

You may bring the following to the festival campsite:
12 cans beer / lager / cider / pre-mixed drinks OR 2 bottles of wine (decanted into plastic bottles) per person OR a combination of the two i.e. 6 cans and 1 bottle.

Strictly no spirits or hard liquor. You may bring these refreshments in on first entry only. Searches will be undertaken upon entry. If you leave the site, you may be searched again upon re-admittance. Any alcohol above this allocation will be confiscated. This alcohol may only be consumed in the campsite.

Campsite Opening and Closing Times

Open – Saturday 31st August at 9:00 am
Close – Monday 2nd September at 12 noon

There will be no new admission to the campsite area between 8.00pm and 8.00am each day. You must arrive before 8.00pm.

Leave No Trace

If you are traveling to Music at the Multiverse festival, we are asking you to be a conscious festival goer by maintaining awareness throughout the event about your impact to our beautiful countryside. Everyone associated with Crawick Multiverse wants to leave the environment in as good if not better condition than you found it and we ask for your help by:

  • Using the recycling and general waste bins provided and not leaving rubbish on the ground.
  • Minimising single use plastic through bringing your own water bottle, which can be refilled freely at The Coalface and also at dedicated water stations on the festival site.
  • Increasing eco-awareness and making an impact through sharing the Leave No Trace message.

The Leave No Trace message simply promotes respect for the land, wildlife, other users, and those who manage our natural environment, for the benefit of everyone, and to ensure a sustainable future for all.
Leave No Trace aims to set a standard in eco-festivals by having a significant influence on the thought process of people from all backgrounds and places of the world as well as by developing a functional model based on sustainability and community.

Promoting Leave No Trace outdoor ethics benefits everyone. We encourage festival goers to pack responsibly for the festival. Do not bring items that will end up in landfill or that you will not want to take back home again. Remember to pack light, reuse and recycle.

This project is part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Union – LEADER 2014-2020 programme
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