Northumberland's finest family friendly music festival.


Thank you for an amazing weekend!

The weather was perfect, the music was epic, and all of your smiling faces truly made this year the best one yet! 


Corbridge Festival is a mid-summer music festival, tailor-made and lovingly crafted for the whole family. With its picturesque location, amazing music line up and magical atmosphere, this hidden gem of the North East will always be the highlight of your Summer! 

Although the music is at the centre of things, Corbridge Festival is about much more than just the music; it’s the wonderfully friendly atmosphere of Corbridge that wins new friends year on year. The compact nature of the venue ensures that everything is close; no long walks between stages and parking near to the campsite, which is on the same site as the music arena. Parking is free and 2 nights camping available.


It's show time!

Now that you've got your tickets, here's a little reminder of one or two little T’s and C’s to help make your experience (and others) at the festival more enjoyable and with your help, we’ll get to do it all again next year. 

We don’t want to appear all Sergeant Major like and we genuinely want you to have the best time, but please take note of the following little rules and we will love you forever!

Noise Levels

The Corbridge Festival is a family friendly event and it is possible that there will be children in tents next to you. We will do our best to separate family/quiet camping but we ask you to be mindful of children and local residents and keep the noise down and language clean. Please respect other campers.


No alcohol can be brought into the music arena. All bags will be searched on entry into the venue and entry into the music arena from the campsite. But don't worry, there are plenty of bars on site serving up the best in local and handpicked ales,ciders and all the other wet stuff to keep you happy.

Using BBQs

Due to potential fire risk we encourage you not to bring BBQ’s into the campsite. There are a number of scrummy caterers on site both Friday and Saturday. If you do decide to bring a BBQ to the campsite, please do not place it directly onto the grass and NEVER take a BBQ into your tent (even to cool down after use).

Glass Policy

There is strictly no glass allowed on site (including the campsite). The venue is a working rugby club where Tynedale rugby players (young and old) train and play regularly (and people walk their dogs), we really don’t want a player (or a dog) to experience glass cuts after the event.

Keeping it clean

Tynedale Park is a beautiful venue and we want to hand it back to Tynedale RFC without a trace of us ever been there. If you bring it to the festival, please take it away... Along with your wonderful memories of what will be the highlight of your Summer!

The access road (Station Road) leading to Tynedale Park is currently having work carried out on it by Northumberland County Council. The council are committed to working with us to get you on site safely and as quickly as possible. Station Road will be open to Festival traffic so please take your planned route. For local people, If it is at all possible please leave your cars at home.
Train Service
Industrial strike action is planned by Northern Rail on Sat 8th July!  We have been liaising with Northern Rail and they have arranged for a train to call at Corbridge at 10.17pm going to Newcastle.  Please note: that’s the last train leaving Corbridge. All day time trains that would not normally call at Corbridge, will be calling at Corbridge on Saturday. 


See you in Tynedale Park very soon. x 

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