What is Foodstock LDN?
Foodstock LDN is a two day food festival celebrating local traders, craft beer & live music set in Battersea Park.
Foodstock LDN will be showcasing the latest street food flavours, craft beer and cocktail bars, a farmers’ market to stock up your pantry, plus a workshop tent with sessions run by local traders.
Sit back, relax and listen to the sweet sounds of live music from the beautiful bandstand.
The Wimbledon Corner will host a large screen to view the Wimbledon finals, as well as strawberries with cream, of course! The children’s area is run by Sharky and George with loads of fun activities, there is something for everyone!
Last year Foodstock LDN attracted an audience of 11,000 over the two days and we are well set up to accommodate that and more this year.
Foodstock LDN is produced by Enable Leisure & Culture.
Where is Foodstock LDN held and how do I get there?
Address: Foodstock London, British Genius Site, Battersea Park, SW8 4NJ. Type ‘Foodstock London’ into google maps to find our pin.
Please use public transport where possible. Plan your journey in advance with TFL Journey Planner www.tfl.gov.uk
Sloane Square Underground Station (Tube)
Battersea Park Station (National Rail)
Queenstown Road Station (National Rail)
Buses: 19, 49, 137, 170, 319, 344, 345, 452
The closest gate is Chelsea Bridge Gate.
Check social media for live updates.
Public parking is limited and is pay and display. There is limited blue badge / disabled persons parking.
What are the event opening times?
Saturday 15 July from 12noon to 7pm. Last entry is 6.30pm.
Sunday 16 July from 12noon to 6pm. Last entry is 5.30pm.
How do I buy tickets?
‘Entry Only Advanced Online’: £2 for adults and £1 for children plus a booking fee.
‘On the Day’: £5 for adults and £2.50 for children. You can purchase tickets on the day through the website or at the event booking fee/transaction fees apply.
‘Disabled’ ticket holders may book a free ‘Personal Assistant’ ticket. Evidence may be requested onsite.
Tickets can either be printed or shown on your smart phone.
Does my ticket get entry into both days?
Unfortunately not, you will need to buy both a Saturday and Sunday ticket if you wish to join us for the whole weekend. We would welcome you with open arms!
NO REFUNDS! If you are late or changed your mind, we cannot refund your ticket.
Do children under six require a ticket to attend?
Yes, children under 16 need a ticket. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. A maximum of six children per adult will be permitted.
'bABES IN ARMS' do not require a ticket.
Are there any age limits?
No! Everyone and anyone is welcome.
Will there be bars selling alcohol?
Yes, there will be a number of bars serving a range of alcoholic beverages as well as soft drinks and water.
Challenge 25 will be in place.
I have a question about my ticket/can't find my ticket, who should I contact?
How do I find the most up to date information on Foodstock LDN?
For all the latest Foodstock LDN information follow us on social media and take a look at our website.
Do all the stalls and traders accept card and are there cash facilities onsite?
Bring cash with you as there are no cash facilities onsite. Some of our traders and stalls will accept card payments but not all. You don’t want to miss out on that extra brownie!
Can I bring my own food and/or drink?
No food or alcoholic drinks are permitted to be brought into the site premises. Bottled water is allowed. Bag searches will be in operation at the entrance to the event and any food or alcoholic drinks will be retained. There are a wide variety of food traders who cater to all dietary requirements, as well as a number of well stocked bars. You won’t go hungry!
Are dogs allowed?
Yes. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Dogs must be kept on a lead and under control at all times.
What is accessibility like at the event?
The site is level tarmac with small areas of grass. The access to the site is also level tarmac pathways. Park benches are available throughout the park. Seating is provided throughout the event site. Wheelchair accessible toilets have been brought into the event site and are also situated within the park.
There is first come first served Blue Badge parking spaces in all of the car parks in the Park. Event information is available online and is able to be viewed in large print and also audible on the Enable Leisure and Culture website.
“Personal Assistant” tickets are available, free of charge (one per “Disability Ticket” purchased). Visit the “Tickets” section on the website for further information or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Are there toilets onsite?
There are lots of toilets on site, this includes wheelchair accessible and baby changing facilities.
Do I need to pre-book for the workshops?
No, just turn up! There will be seats available which are on a first come, first served basis.
Will the event be affected by unfortunate weather circumstances?
Unless advised by the local authority, the event will go ahead in all weather conditions. For the latest weather information, click here.
Enable Leisure and Culture reserve the right to cancel or reschedule the event times or alter the programme due to adverse weather conditions or other factors. Tickets are non-refundable.
Can I leave the festival site and come back in?
Re-entry to the Event shall only permitted at the Organiser’s entire discretion.
Is smoking permitted on site?
Please refrain from smoking near the restaurants, stalls, crowded areas and children’s area.
Is there a cloakroom facility?
No. Please make alternative arrangements if you need to store large items of luggage.
Where can I find your Terms & Conditions?
The Foodstock LDN Terms and Conditions can be found here – Terms and Conditions
If you have a query which has not yet been answered, please contact a member of the Foodstock LDN team – Contact Us
Can I exhibit at Foodstock LDN 2017?
Our 2017 programme is full but please contact us at email@example.com for information for joining us in 2018.
Do you have bicycle lock ups?
We do not allow bicycles into the event. There are bicycle lock up railings in the park near the entry to the British Genius Site.
What security is place?
There are CCTV cameras within the event site and park. The Parks and Events Police are equipped with body worn cameras.
Lost or found children can be reported to a Steward, Parks and Events Police or at the Info Point. Parents, please ensure your child has your mobile number so we can call you, should you become separated.
Please observe instructions given by the stewards, security and Parks and Events Police. Please notify the Info Point or Steward if you notice anything unsafe or suspicious.
First aid will be on site and sign posted, visit the Info Point or contact a Steward or Parks and Events Police if First Aid assistance required. Information and assistance can be found at the Info Point.
Make sure you have a pre-arranged meeting point for friends and family if you get separated.
How do I sign up to the newsletter?
You can sign up to the newsletter on the website www.foodstock.london/contact.
What other events do Enable L&C produce?
Enable L&C produce three main events in the year. Live at the Bandstand on behalf of Wandsworth Council on 17 June 2017, Foodstock LDN on 15 and 16 July 2017, and Battersea Fireworks on 4 November 2017. Enable L&C also manage over 100 events throughout the year in the parks of Wandsworth Borough.
For more information please visit the website www.enablelc.org and sign up to our newsletter to keep up to date with what’s going on.