Shambala aims to be a festival that everyone can enjoy. We know that accurate information is vital and we do our best to tell you everything that you may need to know in order to plan your festival and keep you moving around site. The following 4 pages contain a host of useful information regarding accessibility at Shambala. If you have a query which is not covered in the Accessibility pages of this website, please contact the Accessibility Team on accessibility@shambalafestival.org

Services for disabled people are managed by the Accessibility Team. We are based in the Accessible Camping Area (ACA). You do not have to be camped in the ACA in order to use our services or to contact us for help and advice. We also keep a board with information about site conditions and other issues in the ACA. Please do come and see us, even if you aren’t camping with us. The more that we know about services that you would like to see and any problems encountered around site, the more we can help everyone to enjoy the festival.

The Accessibility Team do our best to help onsite, but we have found that the biggest factor in having a good time at a festival is the planning that you do yourself. Think through every aspect of how you will live on a campsite on a daily basis and plan ahead. The information here will help you but if you need more specific advice or are not used to festivals and are not sure what to expect contact us and we will try to advise you.

Around The Site

Accessibility around the Festival Most of the main site is flat and easily accessible in good weather. In wet weather some areas do get …

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Facilities

TOILETS AND SHOWERS We have various accessible toilets located around the festival site. For locations see the map in the program and the Essential …

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Social Story 2018

Shambala is a music festival which takes place in a field. There will be lots of live music to listen to. There will also …

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