Essential information for the day
Purchases on the day
The bar areas, food and drink stalls and merchandising areas will be cash only. There are no credit/debit card facilities available and no cash machines in All Cannings village. Please ensure you bring cash or cheque books with you.
Dos and Don’ts
To ensure the day goes as well as possible and everyone enjoys the performances and atmosphere, we’ve a list of items that can’t be brought onto the concert site. But please bring smiles and appreciation for the performers!
No alcohol or food is permitted to be brought into the venue.
No glass containers or cans will be allowed on to the site.
Water in plastic bottles will be allowed into the venue.
The following articles must not be brought into the venue: barbecues, fireworks, knives, smoke canisters, air horns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles or glass vessels, cans, poles or any article that might be used as a weapon or that may compromise public safety. Any person in possession of such items will be refused entry into or ejected from the event site.
All under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
No animals are allowed at this event except guide dogs.
Carparking is £5 per car for the day.
There is no overnight camping.
This is an outdoor concert, please come prepared in the event of inclement weather. The concert will go ahead come rain or shine, but please do not use umbrellas in front of the stage during the performance.
Full terms and conditions here and on the reverse of tickets.
The Kings Arms
The Kings Arms in All Cannings has been run by Richard Baulu and Virginia Long since June 2003.
The pub is a ‘real pub’, that serves good homemade food, with menus changing daily and first class ales, wines and cider. Richard has won 3 Gold awards, a silver and a bronze for keeping ‘a perfect pint’ and good cellar management.
We run themed food evenings monthly. Please contact us if you would like to join our ever growing mailing list for these events.
The Kings Arms