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Latest Festival Flyer update from Download

We’re committed to bringing you the most accessible Download EVER, because festivals should be for everyone. 🤘

We’ve made a host of improvements so you can enjoy your #DL22 with ease – including the new hard-standing Village (with a fully hard-standing route from the Disabled Access Campsite), increasing the Access Campervan site capacity, BSL interpreters and dedicated Access Campsite Ambassadors who are there to help throughout the weekend, plus even more!

Read about all the new accessibility site changes on the Dog Blog👉

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20 Responses

  1. Jason Murphy says:

    Will there be water stations on camp sites and arena?

  2. Sam Stevens Drake says:

    How about making the festival reachable by the camping carpark. Since last time it required people to be an athlete to make the walk with all their kit

  3. Neil Meynell says:

    Great stuff 👏 👍

  4. Marie Blackmore says:

    You always put the same bloody bands on!!!!! Sooooo effing boring! 🙄😕 There are so many great new & established rock bands out there that just don’t get the recognision they deserve in this country! Seen Maiden, Kiss & Biffy…. to death & want some better headliner’s 🤔😉🙃🤘🤘🤘

  5. Anthony Gibbons says:

    Am I the only one who’s going to miss walking on soft ground through the village 😂

  6. Alex Warne says:

    I’v emailed yourselves and Ticketmaster (these especially on a huge amount of occasions) to get my ticket changed from standard to quiet camping as I renewed my ticket from the previous ones that we all had to miss. Can anyone help me? Im super happy they’re improving the facilities too haha

  7. Chris Robb says:

    Rhi Jones! This is nice.

  8. Julian Roger Adams says:

    Have you made any provisions for your autistic ticket holders?

  9. Richard Clarke says:

    Could you put the camp site closer to the arena entrance instead of having the 45 minute walk? Would make us bad back/bad knees people feel a lot better!

  10. Abi Von Rouge says:

    Could have given us accessible lockers in the access camp like you have every other year. Access customers tend to need more space than the lockers available in the village. Yet our needs have been totally neglected this year

  11. Jimi Arkham says:

    How about reducing the price! That would definitely make it more accessible!

  12. Steven O'carroll says:

    That’s great gotta admit that I thought about coming with my wife once but having been plenty of times before I knew there was no way I’d have managed getting a wheelchair around the site so we didn’t go

  13. Ali John says:

    How is £21 for a days parking making things easy 🤣🤣

  14. Karla Durham says:

    Making it more accessible might encourage me back Simon Durham

  15. John Shaw says:

    Matthew Miller look what they’ve done for you!

  16. Mary Archer says:

    Now, if only you’d make it accessible to us who are totally skint!!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  17. Georgina France says:

    Lucia Murray David Ashworth💃💃💃💃

  18. Matthew Miller says:

    Cheers pal that’s great news 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  19. Andy Salter says:

    ‘Disabled Camping’ – You defo need to work on that name.

  20. Cathy Day says:

    Can we still use same route to disabled parking On Sat navigation ??

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