Adderbury Party in the Park

22nd May 2019

Adderbury Party in the Park



15th June 2019
Party in the Park is Changing


Since we received the go ahead from the Parish Council we have now moved forward with our planning for this year’s Party in the Park (PIP), As you may be aware we are having to make some changes this year. 

We now need to make PIP a fenced and ticketed event, as we were the only remaining non-ticketed music event in the area, and thus had begun to draw some anti-social behaviour into the village. It has been a very hard decision for us to make and we are very sad that we now are faced with having to implement these changes for PIP to be able to continue, but our plan is for it still to be an accessible, non-profit making community event.

Ticket sales alone will not cover the cost of PIP, we will still be holding fundraisers, which we hope you will support and we will also be running our raffle on the day with some amazing prizes. 

As always, we welcome sponsorship by individuals and companies to boost our funds. Our normal concessions will be joining us, but please feel free to bring your gazebos and picnics, as you always do, since it is such a large part of the day ! 

We want to do everything to retain the essence of what makes Party in the Park so special. We hope Adderbury will continue to support us, as we put PIP on for you the community, and it has become such a popular event over the last 17 years. 

The committee look forward to seeing you at Party in the Park on the 15th June 2019 on the Lucy Plackett playing field. We have finalised a fantastic line up of music for both our stages, click on the 'Music' page to see the full line up.

If you have purchased tickets in advance, these will be checked and exchanged for a wristband upon entry to the festival. Duplicate ticket numbers will not be allowed entry. If you are paying on the gate you will be issued a wristband rather than a ticket. Anyone found on the field without a wristband will  be removed from site.


Please keep your area clean and tidy, bin bags are available. Please throw your full bin bags in the skips provided on site.

Anyone under the age of 16 entering Party in the Park must be accompanied by an adult. Those who are aged 16 or 17 are allowed to attend unaccompanied but we strongly advise this decision is made with consent of a parent or legal guardian.

I.D. may be required for the on entrance to site "Challenge 25".

Please keep your children with you at all times. Lost children should be reported to a committee member or steward.

Vehicular access is required throughout the event. Vehicles will be escorted where possible.

Anti-social behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated.

We have a zero tolerance to drugs on site, random bag searches will be carried out upon entry to site as a security measure.

Do not use BBQs on the field.

Please use the toilets provided behind the football club, and not the stream.

Our security team will be patrolling so please keep in the park and stay safe.

Look after your valuables! We are not responsible for any loss or damage to your belongings. Missing or found items can be reported to PiP Control.

We can't be held responsible to personal injury or loss or damage to your belongings at the festival, so tread carefully!

After the final set, please leave the site safely, quietly and as soon as possible so we can start the clean-up operation.

Children's arms and legs must be covered at all times when riding on the fairground slide to prevent friction burns.

Finally, this event is for you. Our SIA registered security team is here to deal with any issues, so please use them at will. Don't get involved yourselves, pass concerns on to them or PiP Control.

Source: http://www.adderburypartyinthepark.co.uk

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