What happens if it rains?
With most of the stages being undercover, you don’t have to worry about getting wet whilst dancing! You might want to bring a jacket to be on the safe side.
Is there first aid at the festival?
Yes there will be first aiders.
I need to bring in a prescription medication to the festival, is this possible?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your specific needs and we can see what is possible.
Where can I find out about lost property?
Please email email@example.com
How do I find my way around the festival?
There will be signage to point you in the direction of the stages, toilets, bars, food stalls and more. We’ll also be producing a handout with a map.
Do local residents get a free or discounted ticket?
LWE would like to give something back, so we are giving away 25 pairs of tickets to local residents.
If you live in a 1km radius from the park (see map below) you can enter the ‘ticket lottery’ with a chance of winning complimentary tickets to the festival.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the below details to be entered into the draw.
Proof of residence (this can be a picture / scan of a letter addressed to you or an official document):
Can we camp at Junction 2?
No – this is a non-camping event
Is there disabled access at Junction 2?
There are no stairs on site however there is a steep hill from the main stage back to the rest of the site which could prove tricky to navigate.
Please email email@example.com and let us know your specific requirements and we can talk through the various scenarios.
What items are not allowed into the festival?
Aerosols, alcohol, any items that could be considered as a weapon, excessive amounts of cigarettes, fireworks or flares, glass, illegal substances, large umbrellas or flagpoles, legal highs, medication (unless cleared with us in advance), nitrous oxide, portable lasers or pens, smoke canisters, spray cans, thick pens (sharpies, permanent markers etc), reflective / high vis jackets.
INFORMATION FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS
MAILING LIST -
If you know of anyone who would like to join our residents mailing list then please feel free to forward them this email and get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Two weeks before the event there will be a residents information letter emailed out and letter dropped to properties near the site who may be affected by the event.
This will contain contact details for the day and information on how we are supporting the park throughout the year.
FRIDAY CONCERT -
Despite being awarded the licence for it, we will not be going ahead with our Friday night concert this year. The only event that will take place is the Saturday event running from 1200 – 2230.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES -
Soulshakers, our long-time bar partners, will be staffing all bars and hospitality throughout the weekend. If you are interested in applying please get in touch with their Staffing Manager, Eleni on email@example.com. Many positions are available from Bar Support, Bartenders and up to Supervisor level. Please mention that you are interested in the Junction 2 event.
There is a small ‘about you’ section on the sign up, and if you could reference that you heard about CPA through Junction 2 and you live locally then they will prioritise your application.
RESIDENT TICKETS -
Time is running out to apply for our resident tickets ballot.
If you would like to enter the ballot please email firstname.lastname@example.org with proof of your address and we will let you know if you have been successful in early May.
Applications are limited to two per household and properties must be within one mile of the festival site.
ON THE DAY -
Should you want to contact us during the event you can call the below numbers.
We encourage you to text or WhatsApp us on these numbers in case of high volume of phone calls or poor connection on the day.
Text and WhatsApp also allow you to send pictures, which are extremely helpful for us during the show and as a record afterwards.
We will also keep the lines open during the build & break period of the event and overnight on the day of the event with a manager who will be able to answer any of your questions.
On the day noise complaints, unsocial behaviour, litter or any other concerns please call, text or Whatsapp:
To view the full Residents Letter that was sent to Hounslow and Ealing residents, please click here.
For information on Boston Manor Road closure associated to the festival, please click here.