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Do you have to buy a ticket to come to the ALB Festival?
You will need to purchase a Ticket to enter the festival in the park, Children 4 and under don’t need a wristband.

Can we take alcohol and drinks into the ALB Festival?
No alcohol or glass can be taken on to the festival site. Sealed plastic bottles of water are allowed. There are lots of catering outlets and bars at within the site.

Can we bring dogs on to the festival site?
Only registered assistance dogs may be brought on to the festival site.

Are children welcome?
Our whole event is family friendly and we at the Anti Loo Roll Brigade encourage families to attend. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children 4 and under get Free entry and do not require a wristband. (There is a maximum of two children per parent of guardian). Children under 13 require the purchase of a free ticket and wristband.

Wristbands information
If you have purchased a ticket prior to the festival you will need to exchange your ticket for a wristband on the gate.

  • Wristbands must be securely fastened or may be void.

  • Wristbands must be intact, in one piece, and worn at all times.

  • Torn or ripped wristbands will not be accepted for entry.

  • Lost wristbands will not be replaced under any circumstances and if you are not wearing a valid wristband you will be asked to leave the festival site.

  • Wristbands are not transferable between visitors.

  • Wristbands are required for drink purchases at all bars within the main festival site.

Disabled visitors
The organisers of the ALB Festival wish to make our festival inclusive for all and recognise the need for easy access throughout the event for disabled visitors.

We have a number of features to assist those with accessibility needs who are coming to The Anti Loo Roll Festival. Please visit our Accessibility page for full details.

Where do any profits go?
The Anti Loo Roll Festival is organised by the Colchester Anti Loo Roll Brigade; a Community Interest Company (CIC) is a very costly festival to put on with basic infrastructure costs increasing each year, which is why we have made the decision to charge an entrance fee for the event from this our first year. Our profits from the event will be used to fund the projects that the ALB take on each week. Find out how you can support the Anti Loo Roll Brigade and the work they do here

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