In true festival tradition, a camping option is available at Craic by the Creek! Camping tickets can be purchased via Skiddle alongside standard entry tickets and will permit you access to the camp site from Friday through till Sunday!
Campers can enjoy the beautiful countryside surrounding Whitebottom Farm throughout the weekend with access to shower facilities, food vendors and a fully stocked bar on site.
Access to the campsite will be from Midday on Friday. Campers will need to bring their own camping equipment (tents, sleeping bags etc). If you are camping, please have your tickets ready and waiting for when you arrive at the festival gates.
If you book a VIP Glamping tent, you DO NOT need to purchase a general camping ticket. There are 3 VIP Glamping options available depending on the size of your party.
4 Person Glamping
6 Person Glamping
8 Person Glamping
If you are glamping, please have your ticket printed out or on your phone when you arrive at the festival gates. This will save a lot of time.
Motorhomes, Campervans & Caravans
If you are the owner of a camper van or motorhome, you are more than welcome to bring it along with you to Craic by the Creek this summer.
You will need to purchase a campervan / motorhome ticket via Skiddle. This will secure you a space on the festival site. You must also purchase your general admission festival tickets and camping tickets per person. These tickets will be checked as you enter the festival site. Please note that we do not offer a power supply to motorhomes or caravans.
You can buy your camping tickets along with your general admission tickets via Skiddle.
You can buy your Glamping tickets HERE. You will also need a general admission ticket which can be purchased via Skiddle.
You can access the festival campsite and pitch up your tent from Midday on Friday. You are more than welcome to stay on site until Monday.
Yes, we love dogs! But we are aware that some people may not. You must keep your dog on a lead at all times when on the festival site.
If you are glamping, you must not allow you dog into the glamping tent.
You must not bring alcohol on to the festival site.
This is strictly in accordance with the rules of our alcohol license.
Any alcohol found on site will be removed.
Yes, feel free to bring your own food. We also have some great food vendors on site to make sure you don’t go hungry.
You must not start a camp fire at any time.
Toilets and Shower facilities are provided on site. They are curtained cubicles and supply hot water.
Yes, small camping stoves are allowed.
Small camping stove
Tent (not required if you are glamping)
Sleeping bag and extra blankets – It gets chilly at night. This includes glampers.
Water proofs – Fingers crossed they won’t be needed
Medication – (prescription only)
First aid kit
Any food item you wish to bring
Yes, you can charge your phone in the charger banks. These are lockable compartments with power inside. You WILL need you phone charger.
Yes, If you are camping, you can use the plug sockets in the changing room area.
If you are glamping, you will be able to access the changing room area as well as the pamper tent.
No, the glamping area is for glampers only. Your wristband will not allow you into the glamping field.
Glampers are free to access the general camping area.
General Admission holders will not able allowed to park on site. This decision has been taken for security purposes.
We would advise parking in the main festival carpark which can be found at SK5 5HH. This car park is ran by an external party and is priced at £20 for the weekend. This is a cash only car park due to poor connectivity in the area. From this car park, you can hop on the free shuttle bus with any equipment and be taken straight to the festival gates.
Please be aware that you are free to find alternative parking in the local area.