Bloodstock ticketing update


If you are still to buy your Bloodstock weekend or day tickets through the Bloodstock store, you can right up to and during the festival weekend. However, any tickets purchased after this Wednesday 1st August at 10pm will not be posted out as you will need to collect them at the festival gate.

Collecting Pre-Paid Tickets on the Gate

As the last day for sending tickets to your postal address is Wednesday 1st August, everyone should have their Bloodstock tickets by the 7th August at the very latest. If you’ve not received your ticket by this date then please email

We will send all tickets purchased after 1st August at 10pm to the festival by special courier to ensure tickets are ready at the gate for collection, therefore the standard postal fee of £3.00 will still apply to tickets purchased online to cover costs.

When collecting tickets at the gate we will require proof of ticket purchase from the Bloodstock store by a printed out email receipt or some form of identification such as Drivers Licence or Utility bill with your name and address on it.

For those of you wanting to purchase physical tickets after the 1st August, you can still walk into selected HMV high street stores and other official Bloodstock ticket outlets that can be found on our website in the ticket outlet link.

Please Note: Car parking tickets will be on sale through the Bloodstock store only until 1st August at 10pm at the price of £14 after which they will only be available to purchase at the Car Park Box office at £20.00. Weekend tickets will rise from £115 to £125.00 if purchased on the gate and Day tickets will increase from £55.00 to £60.00 if purchased on the gate.


All those lucky enough to have secured VIP camping will need to follow the signs to the VIP box office – If you have upgraded from standard camping to VIP camping remember to bring both the standard weekend ticket AND the upgrade ticket or you will be refused entry. You will also need to bring proof of I.D such as drivers licence or utility bill with your name and address on it.

For further information, visit the Bloodstock website –