Important things to remember

South Ribble Borough Council is committed to offering a fun, friendly experience at Music in the Park. Please make sure you read the below essential information in conjunction with the event terms and conditions carefully; we want everyone to enjoy themselves and have a great time in a safe and secure environment.

Event dates and location

Music in the Park 2024 will take place on Sunday 26 May, during the bank holiday weekend from 1:00pm – 10:30pm (last entry: 5:00pm).

The event is located at:

Worden Park, Worden Lane, Leyland, PR25 3DH

Please see ‘Getting there‘ for further information on the location of Worden Park, along with directions for those using cars, and public transport.

Opening times

Music in the Park will start at 1:00pm and end at 10:30pm on Sunday, 26 May 2024. Last entry on the day will be 5:00pm.

Worden Park access

General admission tickets

Entry via the entrance from the Worden Park car park gates, off Worden Lane opposite Vicarsfields Road.

 

Premium tickets

Entry via the archway at the lodge entrance to the park off Worden Lane.

 

Disabled access

There will be disabled access at both of the entry points with the relevant type of ticket.

Staying local

There are a number of hotels in and around the Leyland area. Click here to view hotels on Booking.com.

Getting here

Further information on getting to Worden Park can be found on our ‘Getting there‘ page.

Age restrictions and ID

This event is strictly over 14s only. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult

Bar staff will operate a Challenge 25 approach – those who look under 25 and are unable to show ID will not be served alcohol. Approved forms of ID are

  • Photo driving licence
  • Provisional driving licence
  • Passport
  • Armed forces ID card

Food and drink

A range of food and drinks will be available to purchase at the event. Street food stalls, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options will be accessible to all ticket holders. The standard bar selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be accessible to all ticket holders.

A bar with a wider choice of beers, wines and spirits, as well as non-alcoholic drinks, is accessible to premium ticket holders only.

Only 500ml sealed bottles of water are permitted (one per person). No other food or drink can be brought on to the event site – bins will be provided at the gates for disposal.

On-site facilities

You can expect to find the following facilities at the event:

  • Main stage
  • Food stalls
  • Bar areas
  • Premium bar (for premium ticket holders)
  • Toilet facilities
  • Disabled toilet facilities
  • Designated smoking areas (including vaping)
  • Recycling facilities
  • First aid facilities

No seating is provided at the event; however, you are welcome to bring picnic blankets and/ or folding chairs if weather conditions are fair. All blankets and chairs are to be taken home at the end of the event

Accessibility

Please view the accessibility page for further information.

Smoking/Vaping

Smoking and vaping is restricted to designated areas at the perimeters of the event space. Bins will be provided for cigarette butts; anyone seen discarding them will be subject to a fixed penalty notice and removal from the event. Anyone seen to be smoking or vaping in public areas will be removed from the event.

Things to bring

Please ensure you come prepared for the British weather, with sunscreen/waterproofs as appropriate.

As seating is not provided, you are welcome to bring picnic blankets and/ or folding chairs if weather conditions are fair. All blankets and chairs are to be taken home at the end of the event

Things not to bring

The following are all prohibited items and may not be brought into the event. We are unable to guarantee the safe return of items to their owners, so please do not bring any of the following to the event with you – they will be removed and disposed of:

  • Umbrellas
  • Gazebos / tents
  • Illegal substances
  • Glass
  • Hi-visibility vests / tabards
  • Balloons
  • Flares/fireworks
  • Laser pens
  • Air horns
  • Aerosols
  • Paper lanterns
  • Candles
  • Alcohol
  • Drones
  • Unidentifiable substances
  • Any item that event staff deem as a weapon or a potential risk

Food and drink

Only 500ml sealed bottles of water are permitted (one per person). No other food or drink can be brought on to the event site – bins will be provided at the gates for disposal.

Lighters and matches

Lighters and matches are only to be used in permitted smoking areas.

Security

For everyone’s safety, all attendees will be required to clear security before entering the event. This will include bag searches and metal detection.

Security staff will also be patrolling in and around the site before, during and after the event for your safety and reassurance. Spot checks and searches may be carried out.

Terms and conditions

Please review the full event terms and conditions on our website here: https://musicinthepark.live/information/policies/termsandconditions/

By purchasing a ticket, you agree to abide by these terms.

Book tickets

Buy tickets for the Music in the Park event on our ticket page.