Wed 31st May – Brockwell Park
Do I have to buy tickets?

No, this is a totally free event! Just turn up on the day! However, please note this event is first come, first serve and will be managed with a one in, one out policy if capacity is full. So make sure you turn up early!

When does the event take place?

Brockwell Bounce is a free event taking place on Wednesday 31st May 2023, during school half term! 

 

What time does the event start and finish?

Doors will open at 12:00pm and the event will finish at 7.00pm.

 

What’s the best way to get to Brockwell Park?

If you can avoid it, please do not drive to the festival as there is no parking available at Brockwell Park. The good news however is that Brockwell Park is well-served by public transport, so please use buses and trains if you can. 

 

The nearest Tube is Brixton Station (10 minute walk)

The nearest National Rail is Herne Hill (5 minute walk)

There are numerous bus routes from Central London

 

Use the TFL Journeyplanner tool (journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk) to plan your route to and from the event. You can select Brockwell Park as a place of interest.

 

Is the festival for children?

Absolutely! All ages are welcome at Brockwell Bounce! Our activities are perfect for children (and adults) to enjoy.

 

Is a schedule for the festival available?

Yes! We will be announcing all the acts and activities very soon, so watch this space!

Do I need to book any of the activities in advance?

Nope! Just turn up and enjoy!

Can I leave and come back?

We know that having little ones means you never know what you may need (or forgot at home!) so you are welcome to come and go as you please throughout the day!

However, you will need to queue to enter again depending on how busy the festival is at that moment. If we have reached our capacity, there may be a wait time to enter again. Please note, searches will be required on each entry.

What on-site facilities are there?

 Food and Drink

We have an amazing wide variety of food traders and bars available at the festival which we know you will love! As well as this, we allow small picnics for personal consumption to be brought it, with the absolute exception of alcohol, glass bottles and knives. 

 

Toilets

Toilets are located throughout the site and clearly signposted.

 

Welfare and First Aid

There is Welfare and First Aid provision on site. Services are open during event hours and all visits are logged and recorded. If you need to store medicine, you can store it in the fridge at the Welfare Tent. 

 

Nappy Changing & Breast Feeding 

If you require nappy changing and/or a quiet space for breast feeding please visit our welfare area and ask welfare staff for assistance, they will be more than happy to help!

 

Lost Property

Lost Property is handled at the Welfare Tent. Please head there and speak to our Lost Property Manager if you have lost or found an item. 

 

Free Drinking Water

There are free drinking water points available throughout the event. We encourage you to bring your own re-useable water bottle to refill at these points.

 

Seating, Shade and Wet Weather

This is a full standing show and personal chairs and stools are not permitted, however we do offer some seating around food concession areas within the site so you can enjoy your meal. This is an outdoor event on a greenfield site, so please be aware that ground conditions may be variable. We recommend customers prepare for all weathers.

 

Recycling

In an effort to reduce the use of plastic on site the event has implemented a ban on the sale of all single use plastic bottles on site.

 

ATMS

There will be no ATMs available on site. These are cashless events and only Card Payments will be accepted.

 

Can I bring a bag in?

To make your entry to the site as quick as possible we recommend that you do not bring a bag. However small bags (the size of a an A4 piece of paper) are permitted if required. Any bags larger than A4 size are prohibited, there are no cloakroom or locker facilities on site. All bags will be subject to a search on entry. 

Prams and buggies are of course allowed.

 

Is there a buggy park?

Yes! We have an area where you can leave your buggy, should you need to.

Will there be baby changing facilities?

Yes, our Welfare Tent will be able to help you with a private area for nappy changing or breast feeding, should you need it. Please visit our Welfare Area and ask Welfare Staff for assistance, they will be more than happy to help. 

Is Brockwell Bounce an inclusive event?

Absolutely! We work with a huge variety of community partners, artists and programmers to ensure Brockwell Bounce is as inclusive as possible. Our programming champions content from a diverse range of backgrounds as well as celebrating those from the LGBTQ+ community.

We ask everyone attending to be respectful of our guests and artists at all times. Those found to be using language or actions that discriminate against others, will be asked to leave the event immediately.

Do the bars take cash or card?

Cards only! Brockwell Bounce is a cashless event so cash is not accepted anywhere on site.

What happens when the event finishes?

There are two exits out of the event, one to Brixton Station and one for Herne Hill Station. All park gates will be secured with the exception of Brixton Water Lane gate and Herne Hill gates. Please follow signage and instructions of security who are there to help you.

At the end of the event, please think of our neighbours around the park and leave quietly.

Will there be searches on the door?

We are working closely with the Met Police to make Brockwell Bounce a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone that attends. Our aim is for a crime and drugs-free event, so bag and body searches may be carried out as you enter the site. 

 

What are prohibited items?

Upon arrival at the festival all customers will be subject to a search. Various items are prohibited at the event to keep everyone safe and to allow us to comply with the licensing objectives. The following items are prohibited at the event and we reserve the right to prohibit any other item if in the reasonable opinion of the organisers it could constitute a risk to safety or security.

 

Food and Drink

You are welcome to bring a small picnic for personal use into the festival. However, alcohol, glass bottles and knives are prohibited.

 

Drugs / Controlled Substances

A drugs search is in operation at the event entrances with search dogs operating, if any drugs are found, you will be ejected and passed to the police. This includes psychoactive substances “legal highs” & Nitrous Oxide

 

Trolleys & Chairs

Trolleys are prohibited from entering the site. You may not bring personal chairs, stools or other furniture onto the event site. 

 

Animals

Only registered assistance dogs are permitted at the event. There is a dedicated assistance dog spending area. More information can be found in our access section (HERE) Insert link 

 

Filming equipment

Unauthorised professional photography or filming equipment is prohibited.

 

Large bags

Any bags larger than A4 size are prohibited and there are no cloakroom facilities at the event. 

 

Glitter

The event organisers are committed to minimising the impact of the event on the park environment so containers of glitter will be confiscated on arrival. Customers can wear their own glitter when they arrive on site, but cannot bring any bottles /packets of glitter to site.

 

Dangerous items: 

The following are considered dangerous and are not permitted, our security team reserve the right to confiscate prohibited items: 

  • Drones
  • BBQ’s
  • Glass in any form (including perfume bottles)
  • Cans or metal containers
  • Spray cans, Gas cannisters or compressed gas in any container
  • Fireworks, flares, smoke cannisters, Chinese lanterns
  • Camping stoves or cooking apparatus, explosives
  • Hand held communication devices such as radios, radio jammers / scanners
  • Firearms, knives or blades, replica weapons of any sort
  • Large golf umbrellas
  • Balloons
  • Stools / camping sticks / chairs or other furniture
  • Gazebos or parasols
  • Sports equipment
  • Flags and banners
  • Megaphones, amplification equipment
  • Klaxons, airhorns or other similar items capable of making loud noise
  • Laser pens
  • Scooters, skateboards, bicycles and trolleys
  • Any other item which security may deem hazardous

 

Contact

Got a question? Email us! 

Press: info@brockwell-live.com 

Access: access@brockwell-live.com