Love Saves the Day: What you can and cannot take to the two-day festival

This weekend Love Saves the Day will be taking over Eastville Park for two days.

The site is open from 11am, and once you are inside there is no re-entry.

So you need to make sure you have everything you need with you when you enter.

What you need to bring:

Identification.

And not just to buy alcohol either.

Love Saves the Day is open to all ages but under-18s must be accompanied by an adult. So if you planning to take a younger relative along with you, then you may want to make sure you don’t leave your driving license at home.

Of course Challenge 25 will be in operation at the bars.

Toilet paper or tissue.

The toilets will be cleaned and restocked through out the day, but the chances are you will find yourself in at least one that is due some new loo rol.

You don’t want to find yourself without any.

Raincoat and sunscreen.

The weather is unpredictable at the best of times. So you need to be prepared.

A small tube of sun cream and a light rain coat you can put in your bag will keep you dry and your skin safe.

Umbrella

Small umbrellas are usually allowed past security, but you will not be able to open them while the acts are on stage.

What you cannot bring:

Food and drink.

Outside food and drink (including alcohol) is not allowed inside the festival, with the exception of attendees with specific dietary requirements backed up by a doctor’s note.

This is a condition of the festival’s license and it is something they must enforce in order to secure permission for the event to go ahead.

There are, however, plenty of bars and Smoothy’s  and traders providing refreshments all day long as well as ample water points.

Fireworks, laser pens, or flares.

Alcohol, illicit drugs, or ‘legal highs’ including nitrous oxide.

Animals (with the exception of guide dogs).

Selfie sticks

Anything which could be considered an offensive weapon.

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