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Leeds Festival 2020 Weekend tickets, Early Entry and Campervan passes are on sale now via our Tickets page.
Weekend tickets allow access to campsites from Thursday, 27th August 2020 until close of campsite on Monday, 31st August 2020 – and access to the Arena on all show days. Weekend Tickets will be swapped for a wristband that allows for unlimited re-entry to and from the site for the holder. We do not sell Weekend Tickets without camping.
Early Entry Passes
These tickets are only valid when presented in conjunction with a valid Weekend Ticket, they allow access to the campsites from 2pm on Wednesday, 26th August 2020 for people who want to set up camp early.
They are not valid for use in conjunction with Guest Tickets or Disabled Access Tickets as these campsites do not open until Thursday.
Booking and Postage Fees
Booking fees per ticket may vary depending on ticket vendor. Postage fees may apply and can vary depending on your address and postage method.
Car Park Passes
Parking is included within the price of all tickets at Leeds Festival.
Official Ticket Vendors
Unauthorised ticket agents
Beware of unauthorised ticket agents and individual re-sellers (including tickets offered on eBay, Gumtree and Craigslist, Instagram and Facebook and re-sale sites such as Viagogo and Stubhub), buying from them can be a lot of trouble. It’s possible you’ll pay over the odds for a ticket that may have never existed or might never materialise.
If you have been the victim of a ticket scam please report the website to Action Fraud.
We have compiled a guide to avoiding touts and unauthorised websites and agents. We recommend you DO NOT BUY from these sites. We the promoter (Festival Republic) have not supplied any of these sites with any festival tickets and cannot guarantee the authenticity of any tickets they may be offering for sale. For more information see our guide here.
If you would like confirmation that a website is authorised or not, you can call our information line on 020 7009 3001.
We monitor the internet and do what we can to prevent fraudulent activity but the best way to prevent fraud is to not risk buying from unauthorised sources.
There are no tickets for local residents available.
All tickets must be exchanged for a wristband on first entry.
These allow access to campsites from Thursday, 27th August 2020 until close of campsite on Monday, 31st August 2020 and access to the Arena on all show days. Weekend wristbands allow unlimited re-entry to and from the site for the holder. There is no re-entry on ticket alone. We do not sell Weekend Tickets without camping.
You have one job over the weekend, just one: don’t lose or try to undo your wristband. They can’t be replaced and if they’ve been tampered with you may be evicted.
Here are a few tips on looking after your wristband:
- When our staff are putting it on, don’t let it hang loosely around your wrist. Keep it snug
- Don’t cut it, burn it, draw on it, tamper with it
- If you lose your wristband and are outside the Arena go to the nearest wristband exchange gate for help. If you’re inside the Arena go to the Arena entrance and ask for help
We welcome all ages to the festival. However, there are entry restrictions for under 16s and we do advise not bringing young children. Anyone 15 and under must be accompanied by a ticket holder over 18 years old at all times. Children under 13 years are admitted free. ID may be required upon entry to the event.
Please bring ID if you look under 21 years old and remember that legally there is no automatic right to be served alcohol. Service is always at the discretion of the licensee for whatever reason they decide, and the licensee is under no obligation to explain the reason.
Please bring the original document as you won’t be able to use a photocopied version. If you don’t have any of these, or don’t want to lose valuable documents on site, we suggest that you apply for a PASS approved ID, some of which are free to get.
We do not accept any parental or supervisory duty of care or liability for any under 18’s on site.
Whilst we do allow under 13s to attend for free, we do suggest that this event is not suitable for young children. If you do want to bring children along, although there is no ‘dedicated quiet campsite’ area, we recommend the Green campsite.
On entering the event, children will be given Tyvek wristbands which have a space on the inside for you to write your name and telephone number (as a parent or guardian). We can use this as a primary contact to reunite you. Replacements can be picked up at the Welfare Tent or the Information Points.