Official Partner

Standon Calling 2016

  • Standon, United Kingdom
  • 29-31 July 2016
Standon Calling 2016
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Intimate, diverse and family-friendly

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Now one of the UK's most intimate, eclectic and family-friendly festivals, Standon Calling has come a long way since its humble beginnings: just 25 friends, a set of decks and a birthday BBQ.

That was 2004. Now in 2016, the festival has welcomed the likes of Basement Jaxx, De La Soul and The Maccabees over the past 11 years, alongside its side lineup of comedy, theatre and cookery as well as the huge variety of fun and games, from flamenco dancing through to voodoo rituals. The site's design is also tied into its yearly story, which in 2016 will be the Legends of the Lost Seas, and festival-goers are encouraged to get creative with it too, donning fancy-dress and more. 

What's more, Standon Calling is the only UK festival to have a swimming pool, meaning there's no excuse not to cool off between partying, but one thing is for sure, you wont be able to keep yourself away for long.

Lineup


Friday 29th July




Saturday 30th July



Sunday 31st July



Electronic Lineup


Savage Disco

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The lush, vast grounds of the 16th century manor house where Standon calling takes place is just a 40 minute drive from London. 


Address

Standon Lordship, Standon, SG11 1EE, United Kingdom

FAQs

BY PLANE: The nearest international airport is London Stansted, which is a half hour Uno coach journey away from Standon. Take coach number 700 to the Heron Restaurant in Standon, and then follow signs to the festival site.

BY TRAIN: Bishop’s Stortford or Ware are the closest stations to Standon Calling. From London you can catch a train from Liverpool Street or Tottenham Hale. Once at either of these stations, a cab will take around 15-20 minutes to reach the festival and costs between £15-25 depending on the time of day.

Yes you can, and there is even a dedicated family programme so there is plenty to do for all ages. Early Bird Child Tickets for those aged between 4 and 12 cost £5 and Early Bird Infant Tickets for ages 0-3 cost £3. There are no separate Infant or Child Day Tickets, but Weekend Child and Infant Tickets are valid for all days. All under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over 21.

Yes, there will be ATMs on site, however the festival will be going cashless, meaning you can pay using your unique wristband given to you upon entry.

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