Hidden away in deepest rural Leicestershire and formed in the shadow of ‘the Temple’ ruins, 110 Above is an intimate capacity limited (1,000 persons) festival experience.

Wander between the stages and be mesmerized by unforgettable and uncompromising live musical performances.

Music on each stage alternates, which ensures you don’t have to miss a thing. ….

Your 110 Above festival community awaits you.

Recent reviews:

“You can’t help but be swept away by its youthful exhuberance”Isaac Ashe, Hinckley Times

Included in the Guardian’s best UK & European festival guide

Adult weekend tickets (Early Bird) including camping, parking and booking fee £68.25,  12-15’s £57 and under 12’s free.

GETTING TO 110 Above Festival

Please try and lift share when possible to save the environment and reduce damage to the land. From the NORTH approach via the A42 and take J12 towards ‘Snarestone’. From the SOUTH take the M42/A42 and leave at J11 towards ‘Twycross’. We are around 10 minutes from each of these junctions. Our nearest cities are Leicester (30 minutes), Birmingham (35 minutes), Coventry (40 minutes), Derby (40 minutes), Nottingham (45 minutes) and London (2 hours).
The nearest station to the festival site is Atherstone (10 miles). Atherstone is quite a small station. More frequent services run to Nuneaton (12 miles) and Tamworth (14 miles). A taxi from these stations will cost approximately £25. A cheaper way is to book a shuttle bus ticket in advance

We will be running a shuttle bus from Nuneaton train station. These tickets will be released closer to the festival and will be priced between £10-£20 (return). A festival ticket is required in addition to this ticket. The shuttle bus departs from Nuneaton train station at 12:30 on Friday 4th August and returns at 10:00 on Monday 7th August (arriving at 10:45). The bus will have a sign on it saying ‘110 Above Festival’ or a friendly driver waiting outside



Gates open at 12pm on Friday 4th August.  All weekend tickets include free camping.  Other accommodation options include ‘glamping’ in one of our tipis and bringing your own caravan/campervan.  Weekend tickets include free camping on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Non-campers – Please specify on arrival that you will not be camping and you will be pointed to a suitable parking space from where you can come and go easily.  As well as our own Tipis, there are several local B&B’s and hotels within 5 miles of the festival site including: Old Ivy House B&B (<2 miles), The Appleby Inn (<4 miles), and the Millers hotel (<4 miles).


Car parking 
We encourage attendees to lift share when possible in order to minimise damage to car-parking areas.  

Age restrictions  
Families are welcome.  All under 16’s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian aged over 18 – minimum ratio of 1:4.    

Please be prepared for the British weather – wellies!  There will be plenty of places to keep dry and warm so don’t worry!

Opening & Closing
Gates open at 10am on Friday 4th August. Camping grounds must be vacated no later than 12 noon on 7th August.

Under age drinking is prohibited.  Under 25’s will be asked to provide photo ID at the ticket exchange in order to be be allowed service at the site’s bars.  Driving licence, passport and military ID accepted.  Alcohol can be consumed on camping areas only so only persons with a  weekend Camping Ticket are permitted to bring in their own alcohol (please do so in moderation, i.e. no more than 8 cans of beer/cider or 1 bottle of spirits per person).

The festival has bars onsite that are price matched to local pubs and serve a wide variety of beverages

110 Above Festival operates a zero tolerance drug policy.  

Facilities onsite include food outlets, water  points, toilets and showers (to be confirmed).   

Please contact volunteers@110above.com if you’re interested in volunteering to help at the festival.

Unfortunately we cannot allow dogs onto the site.  

Advance ticket purchases will be exchanged at the gate for a wristband.  All weekend tickets include camping.

No glass is permitted onto the site – including the camping area or main arena.

Families are very welcome to attend the festival.  We will allocate a separate, quieter, family camping area

Access to the festival is free for under 12’s.  All children (under 16) but be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Further Information
General questions: info@110above.com
Artist applications: Artists@110above.com
Volunteering: Volunteers@110above.com
Concessions: Stalls@110above.com
Press: Press@110above.com
Promotions: Promotion@110above.com


We need all the help we can get!
Volunteers can enjoy free entry, food vouchers & good rests!


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