May We Stumble

Stumblefunk's 4rth family-friendly weekender - It's gonna be bloody awesome (as always!) and we want to see all your lovely faces there! Those of you with wee and not-so-wee ones are welcome to bring them. There's heaps of entertainment for children, as well as plenty of the type of fun we've come to expect from a Stumble knees-up! Bring your bass face to the place!

There will be a dance tent hosting some top live bands and DJs playing tunes you want to hear at a Stumblefunk party at night. The main stage will double up as a cabaret/comedy tent and bar for your non-bass orientated entertainment requirements earlier on. There will of course be a kids area including play spaces inside and out.

Information

We hope everything you need to know is included below! We're adding more information here all the time, so do keep checking back now and then!

Tickets

There's no paper tickets (save them trees!). Just make sure you know your name, which will be on a list at the gate. If you need to sell your ticket, the buyer will have to come under your name. We'll have tickets on the gate for £55.

Showers

We're afraid the site doesnt have any showers this year. We'll all be feral together!

First Aid

There are some first aiders on site. Please bring all your medication and medical equipment you require. The nearest hospital is in Penrith. For minor issues you should shout the crew at the main stage, but for anything serious, as always it's 999 - You can help them with the address on this website.

Children

Plenty going on to keep the wee-ones entertained all weekend. All the workshop leaders are DBS checked. Children under 5 should be accompanied by a responsible(ish) adult. There will be baby changing facilities in the disabled cubicle.

Entertainment

Please encourage children to get involved in the activities and try to see as much of the live entertainment as possible yourselves! Some bands have travelled a long way. Ear defenders are advised for children, also be aware that comedy acts may use offensive language in their material, and our beeping machine still doesn't work!!

Alcohol

Are we running a bar? What will it stock? How can you pay? We don't know!! (Yet...)!

Food

What can you eat? We'll find out.

Pets

Sorry, dogs are not permitted on the site. (Just explain to your dog: woof, woooof woof, woof woof, woooof, woooof - it will understand)

Campervans

You're more than welcome to bring a live-in vehicle and won't need an extra pass for it. Unfortunately there are no electric hook-ups available - Get them leisure batteries charged to the max, and the solar pannels cleaned!

Rubbish

It would be super helpful if you can take bags of rubbish home with you - It saves our crew having to shift van loads of it after the event! There are recycle/landfill bins on site. Our top tip, is simply use less! Please please, take a 'leave no trace' approach to the site!

Campsite hours

The campsite gates will be open 4pm-10pm on Thursday, and open from 9am. We'll need you to be vacated by 9pm on Sunday

Connectivity

There's no Wi-Fi on site, but there is faily good 4G coverage. (But you really should put that device down and have some proper fun in the great outdoors with us all!)

What should I bring?

We're sure you're probably a dab hand at this by now, but just incase you need a little help...

Tent
Sleeping bag/blankets
Warm clothes
Suncream
Summer wear
Waterproof clothing/footwear
Fancy dress (Twisted fairytale & superhero with sh*t powers)
Biodegradable glitter
Biodegradable shower wash
Children’s ear defenders
Wood for the fire pit
Money for food and drinks
Swimwear
Hammock
Camera
Torch, Flares
Mobile phone
Mini rigs
First aid kit
Your good vibes i.e. don’t be a dick!

Location


The site this year is really close to Teebay services on the M6. We'll be providing full directions and a map closer to the event weekend.

Lineup

We've got a little bit of what you like...

Thursday
TBC
Friday
TBC
Saturday
TBC
Sunday
TBC

Mini-Stumblers

Thursday
TBC
Friday
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Saturday
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Sunday
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