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Delamere Forest venue info

The venue

Concert timings

Concert car parks open at 4pm. The arena opens at 6pm, with live music starting at about 7.30pm and finishing about 10.30pm. These times are approximate; the latest updates on running times will be posted here approximately 2 weeks before the concert. Please leave quietly at the end of the concert in consideration for local residents.

Site opening times

Access to Delamere Forest is available from 8am daily, parking charges apply. If you plan to arrive earlier in the day you will need to park in the Whitefield Car Park and then move your car to the concert car parking area after 4pm.  Concert parking is available from 4pm and is included in the ticket price.


This is an outdoor venue. Seating is not provided or reserved. You are welcome to bring folding picnic chairs or rugs. If a standing area has been designated directly in front of the stage, seating brought into the venue will not be allowed in this area.

Food & drink

A full licensed bar and a variety of hot food outlets are available. Please note bar and food outlets do not accept card payments.
You are welcome to bring picnics, but please check the terms and conditions carefully as some items are not permitted in the arena.

General information

What to wear

We advise that you wear suitable clothing and footwear for an outdoor event. Unfortunately, we cannot permit umbrellas to be taken into the arena.

Cash points

The nearest cash point is in Sandiway, 15 minutes drive away.


The nearest public pay phone is at the end of the drive, a 15 minute walk away. Mobile phone networks have coverage at this venue.

Local accommodation

No camping will be allowed on site or in the car parks.

Full details of local accommodation can be found at

Disabled visitors

A viewing platform is available. Places on the viewing platform cannot be reserved or guaranteed.
The disabled car parking is limited to badge holders only. It is 150 metres
away from the entrance to the arena along a compacted gravel path. The viewing platform is located up a moderate slope about 10m long. Disabled customers wishing to be dropped off or picked up should use the main concert entrance and will be directed to the disabled areas. Vehicles dropping off disabled customers will need to remain on site or be back on site before 10pm.

Disabled toilets are available at the visitor centre and also inside the arena.
Registered assistance dogs are permitted, but the live sound may disturb the animal. No other dogs are allowed on site.
Lasers and strobe lighting may be used as part of the performance. See our access policy or contact box office on 03000 680400.

How to get there

Directions to Delamere Forest

From the B5152 south of Frodsham. Postcode: CW8 2HZ

Travel info

Sufficient car parking for visitors is provided on site. Vehicles should not be left overnight in the car parks.  Please consider the environment and car share where possible


The nearest train station is Delamere (Manchester to Chester line),
15 minutes walk from the arena.  For train times check

There will be only be pre-booked taxis on site, we do not have a taxi rank of cars waiting for passengers so you must book your return taxi journey in advance.

The drop off and pick up point is located in Whitefield car park located off the B5152. To avoid the main traffic we would advise accessing the drop off/pick up point from the direction of Hatchmere. The drop off and pick up point uses a different entrance to the main concert carparks so please follow the yellow signage.

The drop off and pick up point is approx 20 minute walk from the concert arena along a dedicated lit forest track. We advise that you wear suitable clothing and footwear.




Last updated: 31st May 2018


or call our box office on 03000 680400

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