Ts and Cs
Online ticket purchases via this site are subject to a scale of fees - charged per transaction. These fees represent charges made by our on-line booking agent TicketSource and are made to ensure the safety and security of your purchase.
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Anyone attending The Stockton Weekender is required to possess a valid ticket; possession of a ticket means that you agree to comply fully with these terms and conditions of entry. Any breach of these terms and conditions may mean that you may be refused entry or asked to leave the site without refund.
The music arena is open to all ages; however under 14’s need to be accompanied by a legally responsible person. A responsible person is somebody who is over the age of 16 and who will take responsibility for the welfare of any young people who are under their supervision during the event. Parents leaving their children in the charge of any person over the age of 16 need to consider the welfare of their children at all times.
Anyone found on site and not wearing a valid wristband will be asked to leave.
Any unaccompanied children found on site will be taken to a supervised ‘lost children’ facility.
Unless otherwise stated; the cabaret tent is restricted to full ticket holders aged 14 and over - or accompanied under 14s.
The Stockton Weekender is a Zero Tolerance event – random searches will be in operation – anyone found in possession of illegal or controlled substances will be handed to the Police. Refusal to be searched will lead to non admission without refund.
No alcohol or bottled drinks of any description can be brought onto site – other than soft drinks / water which must have their original seal intact. The festival arena is licensed under the Licensing Act 2003 and it is illegal to bring any alcohol into or take any alcohol out of the site. An on site bar is provided throughout the event.
Anyone found to be intoxicated on or near to the site will be removed and refused entry to the event - no refund will be given.
The Stockton Weekender line up is correct at the time of tickets going on sale; however it may subject to change without notice.
Once purchased, tickets are non refundable and non transferrable.