With this year’s festival playing host to The 1975, Mumford and Sons, Fleet Foxes, Public Service Broadcasting and Goldfrapp, Latitude Festival looks to be the biggest Henham Park has ever seen.
And of course, you want to get there, get settled and jump straight in: so why wait in car park queues and walk from one end of the site to the other if you don’t absolutely need to? We have the inside scoop on how to get an upgrade to priority parking… and get your festival experience started earlier!
If there’s more than one person in your car for the journey, you can confirm that you’re sharing through the official Latitude Liftshare site; and the first 100 people to do so can download a priority parking permit. Here’s how:
When you arrive at Henham Park, the Latitude site, you’ll need to follow the AA signage to Red Gate 1. Once inside Red Gate 1 you will need to follow the Pink Moon Plus signage and the Lift Share car park is located just next to this car park.
This car park hosts happy Liftsharers alongside Pink Moon Plus parking. It’s considerably closer than the main car parks and so you should find you’re in and out much quicker – no waiting around in queues for everyone to find a space!
Make sure your priority parking permit is visible easily from the outside of your car. You are free to leave the car park whenever you need to, so these permits are applicable for the whole weekend, 5 days if you’re camping, or just for a day if you’re making a flying visit.
For more information on liftsharing to Latitude and to find others going your way, visit the official Latitude Liftshare community now!
Author Kate Cooper