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Friday evening: CAMRA beer festival from 4pm, music from 7-11pm (some food stalls on site).

Saturday: Market stalls from 11am, live entertainment from 11am to 10pm, talks 11am-4.30pm, live cricket match from midday.

Sunday: Market stalls from 11am, live entertainment, talks and wellbeing from 11am to 6pm.

Standard Weekend: 10th – 12th June 2022


Friday only: 10th June 2022


Saturday only: 11th June 2022


Sunday only: 12th June 2022


Tickets are available online by clicking on the buttons above OR on the gate on the day.

There will be a card machine or you can pay cash (but please try to have correct change). You are allowed to leave and return as often as you like as long as you show your ticket.

Under 18’s, Transition Belper members, CAMRA members, BMCC members and volunteers all get in for free!

Just bring your membership card or proof of payment (volunteers should apply via the link above)

Dogs are allowed but must be on a lead.

Please do not bring glass of any kind onto the festival site. Thank you for your cooperation.

Please consider your carbon footprint when travelling to the festival.

Location: Belper Meadows Cricket Club, Belper DE56 1HE

Important arrival info – please read!
The usual football club entrance off ‘The Triangle’ will be restricted to disabled badge holders, participants and organisers. The main pedestrian/foot access will be via the footpath that runs alongside the Community Hall (and the old library), which is accessed off Bridge Street, opposite The Elachai Indian restaurant. Please use this footpath to access the festival site.

There are bus stops on the main road near to the site entrance and Belper Bus Station is on Chapel Street – about a 10 minute walk.

Belper Station is off King Street – about a 5 minute walk. There are regular trains on the Derwent Valley Line running from Nottingham and Derby to Matlock.

There is no general parking on site.
On site parking is for disabled blue badge holders only. Nearby paying car parks can be found at Belper Mills (2 mins walk, a few spaces) and Field Lane (about 5 mins walk) and also at Green Lane and the Coop in town. Free car parking will be available at Babington Hospital (15 mins walk) but please be aware this is not managed by BGG festival, and Coppice Car Park is also free (near the Market Place, 10 mins walk).

EV charging
Charging points are available at Morrison’s, Field Lane and Coppice Car Park.

Belper Goes Green is proud to say that all of our stages, as well as our PA system, will now be powered by two solar trailers. The larger one, ‘Solar Gennie’, was developed by our Energy Group during 2021 thanks to a grant we received from the Lottery Community Fund via Transition Network.

In 2019 we had huge success with recycling at the festival. A high percentage of waste was recycled with a small quantity of waste processed to energy. We also sold reusable plastic beer cups to cut down on waste. For 2022 we have banned all single-use plastic cups and cutlery and have continued our ban on polystyrene food containers.

Please DO NOT bring your own alcohol onto the festival site. Anyone found doing so will have their drinks confiscated and be asked to leave immediately.

The festival risks losing its licence if the public do not follow this rule. Thank you.

Map of the Belper Meadows Cricket Club site showing the main features and amenities

Below is a list of all the stalls at this year’s festival.

When you buy your entry ticket you’ll receive a printed programme which will include the site map with numbers so you can see which stall is where.