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Happy Camper
Happy Camper
The campsite is for the use of all crew, performers and festival goers.
Bring a tent or a campervan. Get on site early to get a good space.

Campsite opens to the public:

Thursday 12:00


Campsite closes to the public:

No Ticket No Entry


WristbandThe festival depends on the entrance price and sales at the bar to pay for the diverse and exciting range of entertainment on offer. There will be a fence and security patrols preventing access to the site for those without tickets. This year the fence is higher and stronger than ever, it's dangerous to try and climb it, don't risk hurting yourself or being ejected from the site, buy a ticket.



The organisers have a long history working at festivals and events in Europe and further afield.

What's on


The Rocket Festival features entertainment and activities from a broad spectrum of arts and culture.

Do's and Don'ts


There aren't many rules at the Rocket, but we want everyone to enjoy the festival in safety so please: No Glass BottlesNo GlassNo DogsNo DogsNo FiresNo Fires

No Fires - No Dogs - No Glass

Do bring suitable clothes for the climate. It will be hot and sunny in the daytime so you will need sunblock and shades. It may cool down at night so bring something warm.


Quick video of Rocket 2005


This video was made by Mark Scarratt of Brightonart as a promo for Rocket 2006.

About the Rocket


The Rocket Festival is a three day festival of music, performance and visual arts inspired by British festivals such as Shambala, Bestival and Glastonbury and set in the sun-drenched mountains of the South of Spain.

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