ARE THERE ANY MORE ACTS TO BE ANNOUNCED?
The line-up for 2019 has not been announced.
WHAT TIME DO THE HEADLINERS FINISH?
Our main stage closes at 10.30pm on Saturday and 9.30pm on Sunday.
WHATS YOUR DRUG POLICY?
Drugs are no more legal at Youth Beatz as they would be any other place, anyone found to be in possession of or under the influence of illegal substances will be refused entry to the event and passed to the Police.
IS IT SAFE FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN?
Youth Beatz is open to people of all ages, however children aged 11 and under must be accompanied by a ticket holding parent or guardian aged 18+. Children aged 2 and under do not require a ticket. As with any music event, certain areas of the site will be extremely busy and it is recommended that these areas are not appropriate for young children, including buggies and pushchairs. We have a dedicated Childrens area with entertainment and activities available to keep your little ones entertained, however we must remind all that children remain the responsibility of their parents & guardians and not the festival.
DO YOU RECYCLE THE RUBBISH?
We have a dedicated litter picking team who work to keep the field as clear of rubbish as possible, and we recycle as much as we can from the waste coming from site. Please help us be greener by reducing the waste you create. Please use litter bins provided
WHAT IF I LOSE SOMETHING?
The Lost Property point is the place to report any lost property open from 12noon to closing each day.
CAN I BRING MY CAMERA?
Yes! Also please share with us some of your fantastic photos via our social media channels. If you are taking press related photos, please contact our PR team in advance.
CAN I BRING A DOG?
Due to our licence, dogs are not allowed at the event except guide dogs.
IS THERE ANY ROOM ON THE BILL LEFT FOR MUSICAL ARTISTS?
Please check back for more information on how to apply to perform at Youth Beatz 2019. Please stay tuned for our full line up announcements!
WHERE CAN I FIND OUT ABOUT YOUTH BEATZ 2019 ANNOUNCEMENTS?
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