I'm coming to Jupiter Rising and was wondering if the campsite will have showers and drinking water available?

Each campsite has access to toilets and drinking water, there are shower block’s which are a short walk away from the camping areas.

Do you know timings for when we can arrive on the Friday, when events/performances start, and when things end on the Saturday or Sunday?

The festival opens from 2pm on Friday 26th August. The festival closes at midday on Sunday 28th August, we ask all attendees to be packed away and exiting the site by this time.

My partner and I are vegan – will there be food stall etc at the festival or will we need to bring our own food/camping stove etc?

Yes, we have food providers that cater for vegans, we will also have a general store where you can buy snacks. Unfortunately, we cannot allow cooking stoves, or campfires at Jupiter Rising, this is to protect the landscape.

Is it a kid friendly event or are we better to leave them at home.

Jupiter Rising is completely family friendly, we have a separate quiet camping area for families to stay which is located the furthest away from the festival circle. There will also be a series of children’s activities which will be taking place alongside the music.

Please note: We do have late night stages that will be running through to 3:00AM, so please be aware that there will be some noise pollution until this time.

What time will the music be on until in the evening/night? Is it suitable for children?

We have late night stages that will be running through to 3:00AM, so please be aware that there will be some noise pollution until this time.

Jupiter Rising is completely family friendly, we have a separate quiet camping area for families to stay which is located the furthest away from the festival circle. There will also be a series of children’s activities which will be taking place alongside the music. However, we don’t recommend taking children to the late night acts which run from 10:00PM-3:00AM.

I was looking at your Jupiter Rising event, and wondered if you had a programme for the Friday. It’s says there is only tickets left for 2:00PM the Friday so I was wondering what’s included.

The festival runs from Friday at 2:00PM until Sunday at noon. On the Friday, there will be a range of music acts performing in the Rainbow Round Top Tent from 4:00-10:30PM, DJs in the Boob Bar from 4:30-12:00PM and a late night stage curated by Auntie Flo from 11:00PM-3:00AM. There will also be a range of creative activities for children taking place in the Creative Hub and a conversation between Gemma Cairney & Young Fathers in the Dandelion Bus!

Tickets cover the whole weekend. The 2:00PM slot on Friday gives you access for the whole weekend, the early bird price is £65 this will raise to £150 as we get closer to the festival.

My husband is a wheelchair user. Wondering about accessible camping pitches and if we could reserve one if possible please.

There are dedicated accessible camping and toilet facilities. Please book a general camping ticket and then email eleanor@jupiterartland.org with your ticket number and accessibility needs and she will be in touch directly.

What can and cannot be brought onto the campsite?

You are welcome to bring: your own food and alcohol (as long as they are not in glass bottles); tents; cash (no cash machines at festival); warm sleeping bags and blankets.

You CANNOT bring: pets (only guide and assistance dogs are allowed); glass; your own sound or stereo system; drugs or legal highs; fires or barbecue pits; flags or lanterns.

We will be staying in one of the bell tents for the weekend, are there places to park beside the tent?

No, parking is limited to our car parking area, Bell tents are a ten minute walk from the car park.

Is there any kind of curfew for travelling out of the site?

We don’t have a curfew leaving the site, but we do ask that people don’t travel in and out unnecessarily for the safety of all attendees. All entry and exit via cars must be from the exit road. Pedestrians may enter and exit via the main gates.

I can't see anything about bringing your own alcohol into the site, is this permitted? If so I assume there is no glass allowed? Are there any other restrictions?

You are welcome to bring your own alcohol on to site but we have a no glass policy. Our full list of rules can be found here: http://jupiterrising.art/info/what-to-bring

Where is the family camping as we ended up amongst the general camping last year as we were later to arrive as I need to wait until my son is finished school.

Family Camping is located between live in vehicles and the start of general camping, if you flag this when you arrive, our box office team can direct you.


Located in the paddock and just a stone’s throw away from all amenities, you will be sleeping in the heart of Jupiter Artland's five-star sculpture garden, with views of Charles Jencks' iconic Cells of Life landforms, and Marc Quinn's other-worldly Lovebomb.

The general campsite provides the opportunity for no-fuss camping. Just bring your tent, find your perfect spot and set up. Families are welcome in the general campsite. General camping is included in the cost of your ticket. The general campsite will be serviced by nearby toilets.

You're welcome to bring your own live-in vehicle on site, provided you book this option in advance and in addition to General admission. A live-in vehicle ticket allows use of a 6m x 4m pitch, that all vehicles and additional structures (e.g. additional tents/gazebos) MUST fit within, otherwise you'll be required to buy multiple live-in vehicle tickets.

Please note there are no electricity or water hook-ups available on the live-in vehicle site.


In the unique and serene setting of the wildflower meadow by the duck pond, our meadow camping offers comfort and luxury in the form of bell tents - available to book for up to four guests.

The Meadow camping area is conveniently located for the main festival area, but follow the festoon lighting to the separate Meadow campsite to find your ready-made bell tent. Perfect for those who want to be able to relax in style at the end of the night.

Tents are 100% cotton canvas, meaning they are waterproof and breathable. Each tent comes fully erected with four camp mattresses, a waterproof carpeted floor, two side tables and electric lighting with a mobile phone charging station close by. The booking cost is per tent which can fit a maximum of four inhabitants. All inhabitants are required to book separate General Admission tickets as well.

The Meadow camping site will be serviced by their own toilets facilities.

To keep the Meadow campsite as a luxury option, there are a limited number of tents available. Please book well in advance.


Accessible camping is located a short distance away from the main stages. An accessible toilet and charging point are provided. To help us prepare, please let us know in advance if you require an accessible camping pitch.

Visitors are welcome to drop bags near the campsite before parking in our allocated accessible car park spaces. Our stewards are also happy to assist with carrying bags and putting up tents.

If you have specific access needs, would like to reserve an accessible camping pitch, or want to apply for a free carer ticket, get in touch at enquiries@jupiterartland.org or call 01506 889900.

Further access information about the site and the programme is available on our Access Page.


Grab your swimming gear, we're jumping in the Jencks! Take time out to enjoy a refreshing dip in the cool waters of the Cells of Life, a perfect spot to soak up some sun, immerse yourself in nature and see the work of Charles Jencks from a different perspective.

Please swim responsibly. For your own safety, please don't swim at night or after a few drinks.


Young people are more than welcome to be part of Jupiter Rising and we promote a family-friendly atmosphere at the festival. Part of the general camping area will be set aside for families and there will be artist-led workshops throughout the weekend - and of course the resident Jupiter donkeys to admire!


Jupiter Artland is an award-winning contemporary sculpture garden located just outside Edinburgh. Founded in 2009 by philanthropist art collectors Robert and Nicky Wilson, Jupiter Artland has grown into one of Scotland’s most significant arts organisations and was nominated for ArtFund’s Museum of the Year in 2016. In 2018, Jupiter Artland was named a five-star venue by VisitScotland.

Set over 100 acres of meadow, woodland and indoor gallery spaces, Jupiter Artland is home to 35 permanent site-specific sculptures from artists including Phyllida Barlow, Charles Jencks, Anish Kapoor, Cornelia Parker and Antony Gormley, as well as a seasonal programme of exhibitions and events. Through its learning and outreach programme, Jupiter Artland aims to engage with every child in Scotland, by offering free school visits throughout the year.