Can I bring food and drink in? What do I wear? All you need to know about the Big Weekend
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All you need to know about food, drink, phones and when the first performance starts at the Radio 1 Big Weekend
There will be 25 food outlets on site serving a range of food, plus a farmers' market.
No food can be taken on to the site unless it is for medical reasons.
Picnic chairs cannot be taken into the festival site.
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No drinks can taken into the festival except from a small bottle of sealed water 500ml or less.
There will be a soft-drink bar in addition to a traditional bar. An under-25 policy is in place so bring ID if you wish to drink alcohol. A pint will cost £4.50. The last drink will be served at 10.45pm.
Accepted ID will be valid passport, driving licence or photographic identity card bearing the PASS hologram.
Organisers have warned festivalgoers to bring warm clothes. Even if it is sunny it is likely to be colder in the evening.
Be aware it is parkland which could be muddy so be sure to bring suitable shoes such as wellies or walking boots.
There will be two phone masts on site to improve 3G and 4G coverage. Make sure your phone is charged.
The first act will be on at about 1pm and the last acts will finish at about 11pm. The BBC Introducing stage and In New Music We Trust stages will close in time for everyone to watch the headline acts.