On The Beach 2022 will take place from Thursday 21 – Sunday 24 July on Brighton Beach, accessed by Madeira Drive. To find the festival, use postcode BN2 1EN and follow the Festival Signage.

Each event takes place between 13:00 and 22:00.

Last entry is 18:00 each day.

Ticket Holders must be aged 18 or over to attend On The Beach 2022. Challenge 25 is in operation at the festival.

Ticket Holders will be asked to show ID by security at the event gate. If you cannot produce ID, you will be refused entry to the festival.
Acceptable forms of ID are as follows:

• Valid Passport
• Valid Driver’s licence
• Valid PASS Card

Bars will also operate a challenge 25 policy and reserve the right to refuse sale of alcohol to anyone unable to show valid Photo ID.

We cannot offer refunds for incorrectly purchased tickets.


Tickets are now sold out for all four days of On The Beach 2022. Please be wary of ticket touts, and see below for more information on re-sale.

In order to keep our local residents happy and avoid extra footfall in the area, please do not come to the event site without a ticket.


All tickets to the event are sold on a per day basis. There are no weekend or multi-event tickets on sale.

Tickets are sold individually per event and will not allow you access to any other day of the festival. We are unable to transfer your ticket to any other day of the festival.

VIP tickets are available through Skiddle, and grant you access to an exclusive bar, toilets and VIP area.

VIP ticket holders will have their own separate entry to the event, so please ensure to follow event signage when arriving for your exclusive access point.

Tickets are non-refundable once purchased.
Please check the terms and conditions of the agent you purchased your ticket from. You must contact them if your ticket has not arrived or if you have any issues. On The Beach’s official ticket agent is Skiddle.
All tickets will have the name of the purchaser on them. You may gift your ticket to a friend or family member.

All tickets have a unique barcode that is scanned upon entry to the festival. Once it has been scanned that barcode number will become void meaning the ticket cannot be re- used.


Please be aware of touts and always purchase tickets from trusted sources. Official On The Beach tickets are only available from Skiddle.

Please do not buy tickets from a reseller or secondary marketplace. This includes the major sites such as Viagogo, & Stubhub. You will often pay over the price and can be left out of pocket. Tickets may not be as described, fraudulent, not be delivered or already have been used meaning you get turned away at the gate.

All tickets have a unique barcode that is scanned upon entry to the festival. Once it has been scanned that barcode number will become void meaning the ticket cannot be re- used.

Louder Entertainment Ltd is not responsible or liable for tickets sold through unofficial or unauthorised sellers.


The festival is located on Brighton Beach off Madeira Drive, between the Pier and the Marina.

Use postcode BN2 1EN and follow the Festival Signage.

The festival site is within easy walking distance of Brighton city centre, public transport connections and hotels.
Please use Brighton Train station. Trains run regularly to this station and then it’s just a short walk or taxi ride to the festival site.

Services operate to various London main line stations and across the south coast.

For the latest updates and live train times please check www.nationalrail.co.uk before travel.


Brighton has a large public bus network, with connections along the south coast. Nearest bus stops to the festival site are located on Marine Parade.

For the latest updates and live bus times please check www.buses.co.uk before travel.

Public bike storage facilities are located along Madeira Drive. As with all other personal property, bikes are parked at the owner’s risk.

There are no bike storage facilities available within the event site.

Brighton’s taxis are distinctive with their White & Aqua colour scheme. There is also a number of private hire and app-based operators working in the city.

There is no parking available at the event.

Please https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk for information on city centre car parks.

This no coach parking available at the event.

Nearest coach parking facilities are available on Madeira Drive towards the Marina.


The festival is cashless so you will need to bring a payment card or another form of electronic payment to purchase food, drink and merchandise. No cash machines will be available onsite.

Please note that there is no re-entry to the festival site once you are in, so come prepared!

Performance times won’t be confirmed until much closer to the festival. Further info will be updated on the website when available.

Full set times will be available on the day.

Please note that all artists / performers and performance times are subject to change at any time.

Last entry is at 18:00 each day.

VIP provides you with an exclusive bar, premium toilets. To access VIP you will need to purchase a VIP entry ticket.
There is no re-entry into the arena – once you are in you are in!

Official afterparties are held at Concorde2 – a short walk away from the festival site. To access the after parties you will need to purchase separate tickets. See https://www.concorde2.co.uk for further information.

We have food and drink stands at On The Beach offering a world of choice including vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options.

Empty Water bottles can be brought into the arena to fill up at the water refill points. Food and drink purchased offsite, including alcohol, cannot be brought into the arena. If you have a medical or dietary condition that requires a specific diet, please speak to a member of security at the arena gate about your requirements.

Some performances will use strobe lighting, lasers, and smoke machines as part of their performance.
Drinking water points are located throughout the arena. Please bring a reusable water bottle with you to refill.


• Ticket – If you have been sent an E-Ticket we recommend printing a copy or downloading to your phone.
• Phone & Battery Pack
• Sun cream, Hat & Sunglasses
• Water Bottle – Water stations are located across the festival site to refill!
• Payment Card– We are a cashless festival!
• Photo ID – Challenge 25 in operation at the gate and bars
• Hand Sanitiser
• Suitable Footwear – The festival is held on the pebbles on Brighton Beach
• Suitable Clothing – Check the forecast!
For the safety & security of everyone at the festival there are specific items which you can’t bring to site. Everyone will be subject to search on entry to the festival.

You should only bring what you can afford to lose as any items confiscated at the gate will be disposed of accordingly

This list is not exhaustive, and the final decision lies with security and event management.


Aerosols No
Air Horns, klaxons & megaphones No
Alcohol No
Animals No (Excluding Assistance Dogs)
Bags & backpacks larger than an A4 piece of paper No
Bicycles & scooters No
Cameras, film & video equipment For non-professional or commercial use only
Camping chairs, stools, seat sticks, beanbags & inflatable chairs No
Camping equipment, gazebos & generators No
Chinese lanterns No
Cigarettes, tobacco and cigars For personal consumption only
Drones No
Fancy dress & masks that fully cover the face No
Firewood, BBQs, cooking stoves & liquid fuels No
Flags, banners & poles No
Flares, fireworks and blow torches No
Food & non-alcoholic drinks No
Glass No
Goods for unauthorised trading No
Hi-visibility jackets, bibs & tabards Only to be worn by accredited contractors & staff
Illegal, new psychoactive and unidentifiable substances No
Lasers & laser pens No
Musical instruments No
Personal motorised vehicles (Non-mobility scooters) No
Picnic blankets No
Sound systems No
Spray cans No
Umbrellas Small folding only
Weapons or items that can be reasonably considered for use as one No
Water Empty bottles only


On The Beach has a strict policy that does not tolerate drug use. You will be searched on entry to the festival, and anyone found with illegal substances will be handed to the police. Please note that all New Psychoactive Substances including nitrous oxide are also prohibited.
The safety and welfare of our customers & staff is the top priority of On The Beach. We have a professional security team located across the event site, in addition to a medical & welfare centre.

If you, or anyone, feels unwell or uncomfortable at any point please approach a member of security, staff or visit the medical & welfare centre. All the festival teams will offer immediate assistance without judgement.

The festival provides a medical & welfare centre located in the arena.

The welfare & medical teams are here to help with any issues you may have and offer immediate assistance without judgement.

On The Beach does not accept any form of harassment or violence towards customers or staff.

If you, or anyone, is feeling unsafe please approach a member of security, staff or bar staff and Ask for Angela. Our staff will know that you are in need of immediate help and will be able to get you away from the situation safely and discreetly.

We take the security of attendees seriously. Working with our security partner we aim to provide a safe and welcoming environment.

To facilitate this please always comply with the security team and follow the guidance below;

• Bring as few valuables onto site as possible and bring a suitable small bag (No larger than a piece of A4 paper) to always keep them on you.
• Download the Find My iPhone (or Android equivalent) app.
• If you see or hear of any crime, unreasonable or suspicious behaviour please report it one of our stewarding or security staff who will be always clearly identifiable.
To facilitate the safety & security of the event, the event organisers reserve the right to refuse admission and evict attendees at any time as per the ticket terms and conditions.


Please reduce the number of valuables you bring to the festival and keep any you do bring with you secure.

Lost & found property is collected and logged onsite at the Info Point.

After the festival, please email lostproperty@onthebeachbrighton.com who will have the log of all property collected and aim to reunite you.


The festival is held on Brighton beach, a pebble beach. Please make sure you come prepared with the correct footwear!
On The Beach aim to cater for all access needs to ensure everyone has an enjoyable time at the festival. We will offer several facilities and services onsite including:

• Accessible viewing areas – Capacity is limited and at busy times those able to
stand maybe asked to make way for those unable to
• Wheelchair charging
• Refrigerated medicine storage
• Medical & Welfare Centre
• Accessible Toilets
Assistance Dogs are welcome onsite.

Unfortunately, we do not have BSL / Sign Language interpreters at the festival.


We offer Free Carer / Personal Assistance tickets with the purchase of a festival entry ticket. Please contact enquiries@louderuk.com to discuss your requirements.

We don’t offer any public parking at the event. Nearest Blue Badge parking is located on Madeira Drive.

If you are a local resident or business affected by the event and want to get in touch during the festival, please contact us on the local resident’s number or send us an email. The Local Residents contact number will be made available here closer to the festival and will be operational from Thursday 21 July 2022 – Sunday 24 July 2022 only.

You can contact the festival at any time via email – enquiries@louderuk.com.

We have no road closures planned during the event.

For safety reasons temporary parking suspensions, traffic controls and speed limits may be in place along Madeira Drive during the festival.