Visitor Information

Camping

Find out about our official campsite, catering for campers and campervans. 

Location

Tunes in the Park is located on the grounds of the Port Eliot Estate in Cornwall. Click below for a map.

Parking

Official parking is located off the B3249. Please pay for parking on on arrival. Click below for directions to the car park entrance.

TRAINS

The event is a short walk from St Germans Train Station with trains operating to Plymouth, Exeter and beyond. We have secured later trains for this event, please see below

Later train timetable

Saturday 27th August -To Plymouth. Leaves St.Germans station at 23:17

Sunday 28th August – To Plymouth. Leaves St.Germans Station at 23:11

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FAQ's

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Our main arena gates open at mid-day on Saturday and Sunday. The event will finish at 11pm. For campsite opening times – please see our campsite guide.

Car Parking is located off the B3249. Directions to parking can be found on Google Maps. The address is:

Tunes in the Park,
Port Eliot Estate,
St Germans,
Cornwall,
PL12 5PD

Yes, carers / guardians accompanying disabled guests with a valid ticket go free. Please speak to our box office staff on arrival or get in touch with our customer support team, including your order number in your enquiry; and we will be happy to issue carer tickets for you.

Yes, we do everything we can to acommodate those with accessibility needs. The event site is located on grass, with some of the area on a gentle downward slope, so please bear this in mind. We do not supply chairs, however a dedicated viewing area will be available for wheelchair users or those who wish to bring a suitable camping chair with them. There is a short walk on a slightly bumpy gravel road from our official car park to the event site. Please make any accessibility needs known to our parking attendants when you arrive, and they will direct you to disabled parking. If you have particular needs, please get in touch with us and we will do all we can to help.

Yes! Port Eliot Estate is just a short walk from St Germans Train Station where you can catch trains to Plymouth, Exeter, Truro and beyond. 

Despite lots of recent disruption to rail travel we have managed to secure later trains to run over the weekend of the festival.

Saturday 27th August To Plymouth. Leaves St.Germans Station at 23:17

Sunday 28th August  To Plymouth. Leaves St.Germans Station at 23:11

Please visit the GWR website for more information.

Yes, you are more than welcome to bring your own seating & blankets along with you.

All we ask is if the security team need to clear a path at the event and ask you to move your chairs that you so do kindly. 

We allow empty metal and plastic reusable water bottles, there will be refill stations available.
 
No other food, drink or alcohol will be allowed into the venue. There will be a large range of food & drink vendors available on site. A fully licensed bar will be serving alcoholic and soft beverages. A strict challenge 21 policy will be in operation.

Yes, for the August Weekender Madness & Elbow events we will be running an official on-site campsite  catering for campers and campervans. Please visit the campsite guide above.

Yes! A wide selection of food will be available from a variety of on-site food vendors.

Of course! However, they must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Security can at their discretion enforce a maximum of 2 under 18s to be escorted by 1 responsible adult.  Strictly no alcohol for under 18’s.

No dogs will be allowed in the event area, sorry!

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