Accessibility 

We want to ensure that Swingamajig is accessible and open to everyone who wants to attend. You are more than welcome to bring a personal assistant along with you should you require one, they will be provided with a complimentary ticket on entry, just bring along proof of receipt of DLA or PIP on the day. Before the event we would advise emailing Swingamajig at festival@swingamajig.co.uk so we can make sure you have all the information you need before the event.

Access
We have Five stages at Swingamajig, three in the grounds and two indoors. All the spaces are wheelchair accessible but please be aware there are some steep slopes on the lawn.  When you arrive you will find public info points, and there you will find more info on getting around the site.  

Facilities
We have accessible toilets across the site and again the best thing to do is check in with the public info team on arrival.  Unisex toilets can be found within the cafe and most the indoor toilets have a baby change area.    

 

Parking / drop off
Though there is a dedicated carpark at the Botanical Gardens, it does get busy very quickly (though disabled bays do take longer to fill up). If you do park in this carpark please ensure you type your registration into the computer terminal by reception and keep the receipt as there are parking cameras in operation.  Swingamajig accepts no liability for any parking fines received.

Lighting
All of our stages will feature strobe lighting and special effects. We will endeavour to make sure walkways and paths are well lit, but please be aware due to the nature of the event it may be slightly darker in certain areas. After 17:00 certain paths are not lit and are consequently off limits to the public, please respect the signs and any directions from our staff.

Guide dogs
Guide dogs are allowed at the event, water will happily be provided by the bars if you are bringing a bowl along.

Staging
This year, we don’t have any viewing stations in the venues, though the main stage is at the bottom of a hill to it makes visibility much easier. There will be space for wheelchairs in the inside spaces.