About Live at Scorrier House
Quick Panda Productions are proud to present the very first Live at Scorrier House, Cornwall's first festival of Rock, Indie and Punk bands
Realising there was a love for Rock, Indie and Punk in Cornwall and no festival dedicated to this Live at Scorrier House was born.
We wanted to create an event that is unique and very music driven. Being the first event of its kind we had to pull out all the stops with our first announcement of The Libertines.
We are pleased to announce The Libertines as our main headline act for Live at Scorrier House
The Libertines are an English indie rock band from London, consisting of Carl Barat, Peter Doherty, John Hassall and Gary Powell.
In the late 1990s in the East London squat scene Peter Doherty and Carl Barat, two troubadours and dreamers, meet and bond over music and a common romanticism. They resolve to form a band with a name that reflects their attitude: The Libertines are born. And they are coming to Cornwall for a one off show at Scorrier House.
VIDEO- The Libertines
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Everything you need to know
HOW DO YOU GET HERE?
Getting to Scorrier House couldn't be simpler. The nearest train stations are:
Redruth Train Station - 10 minute taxi ride
Truro Train Station - 15 minute taxi ride
Or by car, simply follow the directions on the map or use the address Scorrier, Redruth TR16 5AU for Sat Nav. SAT NAV often gets it wrong to Scorrier house, so once you get close, simply look for festival signs and head for the main entrance.
CAN I GET A REFUND?
Tickets are non-refundable. You are free to sell your tickets on, but you need to let us the name of the new ticket holder so that we can make changes on our records. Please email us using the contact page and quote your booking reference.
WHAT TICKETS DO I NEED IF I WANT TO STAY OVERNIGHT?
To stay on site overnight, camping tickets must be purchased for each person staying. Any vehicle being slept in overnight will also need a valid campervan or motorhome pitch (depending on the size of vehicle), which must have been purchased on this website. All occupants of the vehicle must also have camping tickets. Camping tickets are for the night of Saturday, 29th August only. Tickets are not refundable.
WHAT TIME DOES THE FESTIVAL OPEN?
Campervans, motorhomes and tent campers can arrive from midday on Saturday 29th August to park and pitch tents.
The festival starts at 2pm on Saturday and runs through to 11pm, if you are lucky enough to have Rock and Roller VIP after party tickets you can stay in the arena until 2am Sunday, 30th August. If you have the Rock and Roller VIP ticket and want to camp, you must also purchase a camping ticket.
WHAT IS THE SECURITY SITUATION?
There will be a vigilant security team operating within the festival, searching bags, checking vehicles and monitoring the site with CCTV. There is zero tolerance for antisocial behaviour and the use of any illegal substances. No glass is allowed on site. A robust fencing and security entrance system will be in operation.
TICKETS AND WRISTBAND COLLECTION, WHAT'S THE SCORE?
When you buy your ticket online, an E-ticket will be emailed to the email address you provided.
Simply print this out and bring your E-ticket print out to the entrance of the festival with ID, where it will be exchanged for wristband(s) anytime from midday Saturday, 29th August. Wristband collection will be available for the entire duration of the event. All tickets are non-refundable, under any circumstances.
If you have bought an E-ticket with your credit card details and have given it to someone else, simply drop us an email to let us know their name and we will make sure that person can gain access.
If there are multiple people booked under one ticket order that are arriving at different times, just print the same E Ticket off for the individuals and our box office staff will check people in separately from the same order.
CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD, DRINK AND ALCOHOL?
No food or drink is to brought into the main festival arena at all. We have a selection of food and drinks within the site to choose from. Bringing alcohol into the festival area is strictly prohibited.
Our security team will be checking for any alcohol and will confiscate it.
HOW DOES CAMPING WORK?
Cars can come and go throughout the day. Access is allowed in and out of the festival at all times so long as wristbands are worn. Camping vehicles, please bring plenty of your own water. The water and toilets are supplied in the main camping areas.
Camping is for Saturday night only, we ask that everyone vacates by midday on Sunday, 30th August 2020. Campervan, motorhome awnings are accepted but must fit within the allocated pitch size of 5x3m for a campervan or 8x4m for a motorhome. Tents are NOT permitted in the motorhome / campervan areas. The festival is a very short walk from the parking and camping area, approximately a three minute walk.
Tents are restricted to the camping area only and are not allowed next to vehicles in the car park or campervan area. The camping field is directly next to the car park so it is not far to walk with your tent/belongings.
To stay on site overnight camping tickets must be purchased for each person staying. Toilets, and fresh water are all available within the campsite.
Any vehicle being slept in overnight will also need a valid campervan or motorhome pitch (depending on the size of vehicle), which can be purchased online. All occupants of the vehicle must also have weekend camping tickets. Trailer Tents are treated the same as motorhomes and will need a motorhome pitch ticket as well as a camping ticket per person
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
All Tickets are sold subject to these Terms and Conditions. Please read them carefully before purchasing a ticket, as purchase constitutes acceptance of them, both by you and any other party you buy tickets for.
Tickets are non-refundable, under any circumstances. You are free to sell your tickets on, but you need to let us the name of the new ticket holder so that we can make changes on our records. Please email us using the contact page and quote your booking reference before August 20th, 2020, requests after this date will not be honoured. Tickets are non-refundable, even in the unlikely event of the festival being cancelled (in its entirety) by the Promoter.** Cancellation by a billed artist will not entitle you to a refund, regardless of their position on the bill. If the event is postponed and moved to another date, your tickets will be valid for the new date and refunds will not be given, if you cannot make the new festival date, your tickets will be rolled over to Live at Scorrier House 2021, again refunds will not be given.
**SPECIAL INFO REGARDING COVID-19: Live at Scorrier House Festival team are very much continuing with all plans to host our festival this August. We are of course keeping a close eye on guidance from the UK Government, Chief Medical Officer, Cornwall Council and our own Event Safety Managers. In a fast changing situation, key info and updates to event plans will be posted on social media so please make sure you are following us on Facebook!
If you wish or need to sell your ticket to someone else then we will ONLY accept ticket exchanges that have been issued and administered by The Live at Scorrier House team. If you have bought a ticket from someone via another platform (eg. Facebook/Ebay) and the name on the ticket doesn’t match your ID, you’ll be refused entry.
Only customers holding a valid e-Ticket will be admitted to the Event.
Tickets are uniquely named, bar-coded and allow one person entry. It is your responsibility to arrive at the festival site with a valid, printed e-ticket, and you MUST present additional ID to confirm it is your ticket. Valid ID = Bank card/Drivers' License/Utility Bill. We will do everything in our power to ensure that only the named ticket holder in each instance gains access to the site, but cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen tickets or ID’s.
On arrival at the Festival site, your unique ticket barcode will be scanned, and you will be given a festival wristband, which must be worn at all times through the duration of the event. You will be asked to show this to gain admission to the Main Arena, and other site areas.
Anyone who is unable to present a valid wristband on request from any of the Live at Scorrier House team or Security staff will be asked to leave site, so please keep your wristband safe.
CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS
Children & Young Adults are very welcome at Live at Scorrier House Festival but remain the responsibility of their parents/guardians at all times. All attendees under the age of 18 (whether Infant, Child or Young Adult tickets) MUST be accompanied ON ENTRY by a paying adult over 21 years of age, and this adult’s contact details will be written on the Child/Under 18’s wristband. No accompanying 21+ adult? No entry.
We will admit a maximum of two under 21s per adult admitted. It is your responsibility to ascertain the suitability of the event for any children in your party, considering such factors as curfew times, appropriateness of music, size of event etc.