Katherine Jenkins Proms in the Park
Saturday, 14th July 2018
NB Please note that NO glass bottles and drinking vessels are allowed on site
Frequently Asked Questions.
- Are Child tickets available?
Yes, discounted tickets are available for 5 – 15 year olds, and under 5s are free.
- If I leave the concert can I get back in?
No, there is no re-entry into the concert
- What time is the last entry into the concert?
Last entry is 8pm
- Can I bring a dog to the concert?
Dogs are not permitted at the concerts. Guide dogs, however, will be allowed.
- Can I bring a camera?
Non-professional cameras are allowed for personal use, but professional recording equipment and cameras (ie SLR or DSLR) will not be permitted onsite.
- Are there any age restrictions?
Everyone aged 5 or over will require a ticket to gain entry but children under 5 go free. All under 18s must be accompanied by a ticket holder aged 18 or over.
- What happens if it rains?
The concerts will always go ahead in the event of bad weather. Please check the weather forecast in advance and be prepared for the Great British Summer and bring appropriate clothing. The concerts take place on greenfield sites so can become muddy. Please note, umbrellas are not to be used when the perfomance is on otherwise they will restrict the views for other guests.
- Where can I purchase tickets for the concerts?
From the following official ticketing partners: Broadbridges, Sussex Road, & Sussex Crafts, South Road, Haywards Heath
- Will there be parking?
Yes, there will be ample nearby parking in Haywards Heath car parks
- What picnic items can be brought in?
Picnic blankets and camping seats can be brought in but no gazebos. No food or drink is allowed to be bought onsite on Wednesday 11, Thursday 12, Friday 13 July. On Saturday 14 July you are welcome to bring your own food and drink (restrictions will apply, no glass). Every evening there will be a wide variety of bars and good quality food vendors on site. Please note that barbecues are not permitted anywhere on site.
- What disability access is provided at the concerts?
Accessible toilets will be available on site and these will be well signposted.
Although Victoria Park has wheelchair access, it should be noted that it is a greenfield site, and some areas of the grounds at the event site are uneven so special care should be taken while moving around the site. Please note that assistance dogs will be permitted on site.
Situated on the A272. Parking available locally.
It is a 10 minute walk or short taxi ride from Haywards Heath railway station.
By rail 45 minutes from London or 15 minutes from Brighton
For local accommodation click here, Information/Accommodation.