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  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org

PRESS

DATE, TIME & LOCATION

TRANSPORT

  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org

TICKETS

  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org

LOST PROPERTY

GET INVOLVED

  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org

ACCESS & ENTRY

  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org

ADMISSION

FOOD & DRINK

  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org

SITE SERVICES

  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org
  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org
  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org

GENERAL

  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org
  • Code Of Conduct
    We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for everyone. LSTD will not tolerate discrimination in relation to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, faith, physical or cognitive disability, learning difficulties, neuro diversity, health or mental health related vulnerabilities, political beliefs or of any other kind. Our Code of Conduct is designed to reflect our values and foster a culture of respect to allow everyone to enjoy our festival. It applies to everyone involved in the event; staff, crew and volunteers, festival-goers, guests, performers and artists - we will all be held to the same standards. Each of us are responsible for our own actions and for looking out for others. Be aware of situations taking place around you - don’t be a bystander, speak up and seek help if you need it. LSTD has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment or assault. In the event of a breach of our Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to take any action we feel appropriate, including termination of contract, immediate expulsion from our events, disciplinary action or reporting incidents to the police. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, for the purpose of this Code of Conduct this includes: ● Threatening or menacing behaviour ● Physical assault ● Verbal abuse ● Discriminatory slurs and derogatory language of any kind ● Sexual assault ● Sexual harassment ● Domestic Abuse ● Bullying, ● Harassment ● Stalking If you witness or are subject to harassment whilst at LSTD, then please report it to the specially trained teams in the Safer Spaces and Welfare Tents (or any member of staff nearby if more appropriate).
  • Sustainability
    For full details on our sustainable pledges, and how we’re keeping our festivals green, please check out our sustainability page here. Love Saves The Day is committed to making our event more sustainable. Reducing the impact our festival has on the planet is a priority in every element of the festival, from planning and production to sales and marketing. We want artists and festival-goers to arrive with an eco-conscious attitude and willingness to respect the site and our wider planet. We engage ourselves to apply and promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame in everything we do. ​We have signed up to the Drastic on Plastic pledge and will no longer be using single use plastic on our festival site. Due to being a single use plastic, and in line with our sustainability policy and Love Saves Tomorrow ethos, glitter (including bioglitter) is banned on site. ​What can you do to help? Bring a reusable water bottle Walk, cycle, or catch the bus Recycle your waste in the appropriate bins Eat at least one veggie meal onsite Shop your LSTD outfits second hand or borrow them Be kind, don’t be a bystander & Leave No Trace For more information, please see our sustainability report here.
  • Clothing, Footwear, and Preparing For Weather
    Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered - we would advise all attendees to be prepared for the unpredictable and increasingly adverse British summer weather. Prepare for rain and mud or heat and dust by bringing layers and packable clothing / provisions such as waterproof coats, hats, sunglasses and suncream. Ground conditions are also weather dependent; if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, or may dry out unevenly, so appropriate footwear is advised.
  • Contact
    To get in touch with us, please email: enquiries@lovesavestheday.org
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