This page contains information for those on the Guest list and for Guest E-ticket holders attending Leeds Festival, 25th-27th August 2023.

Guests arriving BY CAR/TAXI must enter at PURPLE GATE

Important note: Weekend Guests entering via Purple Gate will need to drive to the Guest campsite / Car park once you have collected your wristbands/passes from Purple Guest Check-in. Taxis are NOT permitted to drive to the campsite – there will be an internal shuttle bus from Purple Gate to take anyone arriving by taxi to the Guest campsite.

Guests arriving BY BUS/COACH must enter at YELLOW GATE.

On arrival look for the cabin marked ‘GUEST CHECK-IN’. All guests must go to the Guest Check-in in person to collect their wristband/pass. Please remember to bring valid PHOTO ID – it is compulsory for your entry into the event. A copy or photo is acceptable.

If you are on the Guest List go to the window marked ‘PROMOTER GUEST LIST’

If you are the guest of an Artist, go to the window marked ‘ARTIST GUEST LIST’

If you are on an Agency list, go to the window marked ‘AGENTS GUEST LIST’

If you have been sent a Guest E-Ticket go to the window marked ‘GUEST TICKET HOLDERS’

Artist, Agent and Promoter Guest lists will be kept at the Guest Check-in at PURPLE GATE.

If you are arriving my BUS/COACH at Yellow Gate and are on a guest list, please go to Yellow Guest Check-in by the transport hub first where staff will advise further.

Please do not enter at any of the public entrances. You cannot reach the Guest Check-in or collect your wristband/pass from any other location or gate.

Guest tickets must not be resold, and Guest list places are strictly non-transferable.

Please do not post images of Guest tickets or passes anywhere online or on social media.

The Guest Campsite opens on Wednesday 23rd August at 2pm for Weekend Guest ticket holders.


Wednesday: 14:00 – 21:00

Thursday: 09:00 – 21:00

Friday: 09:00 – 21:00

Saturday & Sunday: 09:00 – 21:00

*You will not be able collect your pass/wristband outside of these times.


Day Guest ticket holders have access into the arena and the Guest Area, which features a private bar, food stalls, and toilet facilities. There is no camping available to Day Guests.

Weekend Guest ticket holders allow access into the Arena, the Guest Area, the public campsites and the Guest Campsite.

Any guest wishing to bring a campervan, caravan or similar must purchase a permit in advance. To purchase a permit and for more information, please email We have a very limited number available. All occupants must have a Weekend Guest Ticket to access the Guest campervan field.

There are a range of pre-bookable and luxury accommodation options and Pink Moon campsite. For further information visit here.


Unless otherwise stated, there is a compulsory charity donation payable per Guest List place (Day ticket: £30, Weekend Ticket: £75). E-ticket holders who have prepaid their donation online will not be asked to donate on arrival to the festival. All proceeds go to local groups, projects and charities; details are available on the Festival Republic website.


Leeds Festival welcomes all ages.

Children aged 15 years and under are allowed to enter for free with an adult guest (18 yrs +) on first entry only.

Please note: Parents / guardians cannot come collect their wristbands and then bring their children aged 13-15 to collect a wristband after the fact, everyone must come together on first entry. Max 2 x teens aged 13-15 years per adult guest.

All under 16s must be accompanied by an adult guest ticket holder aged 18 or over who must remain on site throughout the weekend as the under 16-year-old’s guardian. No unaccompanied under 16s are allowed on site.

We do not accept any parental or supervisory duty of care or liability for any under 18s on site.


Your Guest ticket includes guest parking. Please be aware ALL guests are required to first collect their wristband from the Guest Check-in and then drive to the Guest car park. For travel information please visit


In line with our European Sustainability Policy, Festival Republic/Live Nation will not be selling unsustainable single use plastic bottles at our events. We are sourcing sustainable options, and recommend you bring refillable bottles to use the free water stations provided.


More general information about the event can be found here:

Please note there is a total gas canister ban for Leeds Festival.

For a list of prohibited items please refer to

Guest Map

Guest Map