Why not stay over during the festival? There’s plenty of space in a designated area for tents, camper vans and caravans, and showers and toilets are available.

Campers can arrive from 11am on the day that you have purchased tickets for.

  • Caravan/Campervan – £7/person/night
  • Tent – £5/person/night
  • Children camp for free!

We have more space for camping and cooked breakfasts available on Saturday and Sunday morning from Kielder Organic Meats and possibly other caterers in the Food Court.

You can book your camping online when you buy your festival tickets.
You can also buy camping and festival tickets at BIN 21 in Hexham and Katie Kerr shoe shop in Corbridge (from early April 2018, we will update web site as soon as the date is known.

Campsite Rules and Safety Advice 2018


On Saturday afternoon we welcome families to the festival. 

All children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Children under 18 years old are admitted free on the Saturday from noon until 6.00 pm.
No Children Under 18 will be allowed entry into the Main Marquees after 6.00 pm on the Saturday.
There is no camping charge for children (up to 18 yrs.).

Please print off a Free Children’s ticket and bring it with you to the festival.
There is no camping charge for children (up to 18 yrs.).

Dogs are allowed within Tynedale Park providing that they are kept on leads.
Please bag any waste and put in the bins provided. Dogs (except Guide Dogs) are not allowed within the marquees.


The event takes place at: Tynedale Rugby Club, Tynedale Park, Station Road, Corbridge, NE45 5AY.

Festival opening times : Thursday 6pm – 11pm, Friday 5pm – 11pm,  Saturday noon – 11pm

With events such as our festival, large amounts of waste are produced (enough to fill 4 large builders skips). 

The festival committee wants to ensure that recycling is maximised so that the minimum amount possible goes to landfill. 

This year we have appointed North West Recycling as our waste management contractor.
95% of the waste they receive is recycled. This means that plastics, glass and cardboard that end up in the waste bins at the festival, will all be recycled.
This year we will have plenty of wheelie bins within the marquees and the larger commercial bins outside the marquees and around the campsite.
Please help us to keep the site clean by putting your waste in a bin. If you find a bin full please inform one of our volunteers who will be wearing a yellow festival T shirt.


By car: The rugby club lies in Corbridge – 17 miles west of Newcastle, 40 miles east of Carlisle, 3 miles east of Hexham.
The rugby ground is on the south side of the river Tyne. From the north, go over the bridge and bear left onto the B6529. 
After 300yds bear left onto Station Road and follow to the end where the club entrance is on your left.

By bus: No. 685 Carlisle – Newcastle service, about hourly in each direction, stops at the roundabout on the south side of the river, and the no.10 Hexham – Newcastle service, about every 20 minutes in each direction, stops close to the end of Station Road

By train: There is a good service between Newcastle and Carlisle stopping at Corbridge. The station is right outside the rugby ground. Click link to see Train Times

By air: Newcastle International Airport is about 20 miles from Corbridge. There is a frequent Metro train service into Newcastle Central Station from where you can take the train to Corbridge. 


If you have any special requirements for access to the Beer Festival, please email

Details of the access and facilities can by clicking the PDF - 'Access Statement' via the organisers website on the following link :

More information can be found at the Tynedale Beer Festival Website on the following link  -