All tickets will be posted out from the start of July right up until one week before the festival.
The Box Office closes at 9pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, you must have collected your wristband before then to gain entry to the arena.
*** Under 18s must be accompanied by a ticket holding parent or guardian over the age of 25 ***
Please read our Ticket terms and conditions here.
Carer Tickets & Access Camping
We supply free tickets for those with disabilities that require a carer. To get one of these please purchase tickets as normal, and tick the check box at the end of the transaction to opt in for a carer’s ticket. One of our Access Team will then be in touch with you to supply all relevant info. The Access Campsite is situated very close to the arena, with a hard standing route most of the way to the entrance. You do not need to pre-book for access to this campsite.
All weekend tickets include access to the general campsite and, where relevant, the family campsite.
The campsites open at 9am on Friday 1st September.
Campervan and Caravan tickets must be purchased separately.
The campervan and caravan field allows for a spacious 10×10m plot within a quiet, dedicated area of the estate, close to the arena.
There are limited plots and they are selling fast!
Unfortunately, there are no electrical hook-ups but there are water facilities within this area.
It's no problem to stay off-site during the festival and attend each day, but please note that any wristbands that are tampered with will likely result in a refused re-entry.
We have a disabled carpark and disabled campsite. A hard standing path leads from the disabled car park and campsite to the arena. Although the arena is mainly grass, it is mostly flat!
Challenge 25 operates on all bars. If you have purchased an adult ticket and are fortunate enough to look under the age of the 25, you will be required to provide ID that proves your age.
Is there a limit on the amount of alcohol I can bring?
Electric Fields allows weekend campers to bring a reasonable amount of alcohol onto the campsite (enough for one person to consume), however, no glass is allowed into the campsite or the main arena at all.
Can we take alcohol into the arena?
Alcohol is not allowed to be brought into the arena as we have arranged some awesome bars for you to drink from. Plus it keeps ticket prices low.
What are the bar prices?
Bar prices haven’t been confirmed for this years event, but as always the festival tries to keep the bar prices in line with other festivals and offer festival-goers good value.
Fires and BBQs are prohibited in the campsites.
What is the drug policy?
The festival operates a zero-tolerance policy to drugs.
The laws of the land are as relevant within the festival field as anywhere else.
Is it safe for kids?
Electric Fields is a safe and family friendly festival.
There are lots of things to keep kids entertained, as well as Drumlanrig Castle’s huge adventure playground which is just a short 5 minute walk away.
As part of the standard ticket there is a dedicated Family Campsite. However it's important to remember that all kids remain the responsibility of their parents and guardians and not the festival.
Do you recycle the rubbish?
We employ litter-picking contractors who work aim to recycle as much as possible.
Please help us be greener by reducing the waste you create.
Think about bringing less packaging and non-essentials with you when you pack for the weekend.
Can I bring my DSLR camera?
You sure can, get snapping and send us any classic pics you take! If you are taking press-related photos, please contact our PR team in advance.
Can I bring a dog?
Due to our licence, dogs are not allowed at the event, with the exception of Guide Dogs.
Is there any room on the bill for more musical artists?
Applications to play Electric Fields closed at the end of February.
A huge amount of applications are sent in every year. however the festival only has time to get back to those who it thinks will work best for the festival.