Home to where the huge stuff happens. This year it’ll play host to The Libertines, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Jamiroquai, Manic Street Preachers, Kaiser Chiefs, The Wombats, Seasick Steve, Levellers and much, much more.
The venue where anything goes. There’s no genre discrimination here with the likes of Kurupt FM rubbing shoulders with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Other highlights include a DJ set from Wilkinson, Peace, Coasts and Lady Leshurr.
Cosied up next to the Main Stage the VIP lounge has DJs playing all day, a private bar, posh loos and a great mix of street food. You can only access this venue if you are a Peak Club VIP holder. You can purchase these online or if you’ve already got your weekend ticket you can upgrade by emailing [email protected]
A place where some of the loudest and quietest entertainment takes place. Here you’ll find live sets from Moose Blood, Buzzcocks and The Fat White Family before Silent Disco takes over late at night.
A brand new venue for 2018, Flamingo Jacks is a pure party place. Headliners come in the form of So Solid Crew, Bez and Huey Morgan, while other party starters include the likes of Massoake, Ibibio Sound Machine and Old Dirty Brasstards. During the day Matt Richardson hosts a packed stand-up comedy line-up with sets from Abandonman, Gary Delaney, Dane Baptiste and more.
By day our new family stage features magic shows, theatrical performances and pirates, lots and lots of pirates. By night it hosts the Family Disco.
A place where it’s the 1980s all day, every day. Quite simply paradise for many.
The closest thing to an on-site pub, The Derby Arms is sponsored by Derby University and has undercover seating, waiter service and a multitude of games you can get involved in.
Ideal for when your feet need a rest and you want to stretch out on a giant bean bag. Films this year include Jurassic Park, The Life Aquatic, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Finding Dory and The Breakfast Club
Dedicated to nurturing local talent, the stage is curated by Derbyshire promoter This Feeling. Acts this year include X, Y and Z.
A place to enjoy a hoedown. This Wild West Saloon is full to the brim with blues, country, acoustic sets and all round good times.
In the Strawberry Fields kid’s area Xanadu features the ever-popular live trapeze, as well as circus acts, craft workshops and campfire storytelling with marshmallow toasting in the evening.
A large bar with lots of hay bales and even more locally-brewed ales.