Stanmer Park is in the South Downs National Park. Stanmer Park and Estate is an excellent example of the vast open countryside available in Brighton & Hove - and remains one of our most visited parks. It is also the city's largest park, and is a unique example of an 18th Century designed landscape. The park is next to Sussex University.
The festival gates will open at 1.00pm and the events will finish at 10.30pm each day. Please be respectful of the residents and the environment when arriving and leaving the site.
There is no car parking at the One World Festival site. Please use public transport, bike or walk to the site. Please be careful if cycling and walking as the local traffic can be very busy at times.
There will be a dedicated drop off/pick up point served by Brighton taxi's which will be clearly sign posted.
The #23, #25, #25X, #28 and #29 buses run between the centre of Brighton and the entrance to Stanmer Park. Additional buses (#78) go from Brighton to Stanmer village on weekends (starting at 10am). Please check the bus timetables.
If you're a cyclist there are purpose-built bike lanes along Lewes Road connecting Stanmer Park to the centre of Brighton. Allow at least 25 minutes to cycle from Brighton.
All tickets will be checked and scanned on entry. Please print out your tickets, as this will help speed up entry. Buy tickets from the official outlets, which can be found below:
buytickets.at/oneworldfestival (NO BOOKING FEES)
Also: Seetickets // Resident Records // University Students Union.
There is a strict zero-tolerance drugs policy; full searches will be carried out before entry is granted.
- 100% searching is a condition of entry. Anyone found in possession of illegal substances will be refused admission, ejected from the venue and may also be liable for prosecution. The promoter reserves the right to refuse admission to the ticket holder if they display inappropriate or aggressive behaviour, are intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.
- No food & drink to be brought onto the site. If you have a specific dietary requirement please contact the promoters in advance using the contact form.
- No glass to be brought on to the site
- No camping allowed on site
- No animals will be permitted into the festival site, except guide and hearing dogs
- No video recorders or professional photographic equipment will be permitted on the festival site
If you are disabled and would like to come to One World Festival, please contact us in advance by using the contact form and include as much detail as possible so we can look after you on the day. One World Festival will allow one free carer ticket for each paying customer who is registered disabled. We have some disabled toilets on site but unfortunately do not have any viewing platforms in the big tops. We can arrange for viewing in front of the mojo barrier.
If there are any changes to the event, such as opening & closing times, line up changes or any other changes we will notify the ticket holder in advance and will post up to date information on our social media channels.
Billing is subject to change and whilst every effort is made to ensure the full, advertised bill appear, your ticket is for a festival event and not a specific artist/band. One World Festival reserves the right to change the bill or artist running times without prior notice.
One World Festival Brighton Ltd shall not be liable for any losses, costs, damages or expenses suffered or incurred as a direct or indirect result of event cancellation beyond our control to include without limitation, and Act of God, communicable disease or epidemic.