MIDSTOCK IS AN ALL-AGES FESTIVAL;
HOWEVER BAR AREAS ARE OVER 18 ONLY!
FESTIVAL DATES AND TIMES
FRIDAY 24th July
\\ARE THERE STILL TICKETS AVAILABLE
\\ARE THERE DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
\\IS THERE A TOKEN SYSTEM/BARS
There’ll be a token system in place for purchasing alcohol, with tokens available from the booths around the park. Be aware that you can only buy tokens with cash so we highly recommend a visit to nearby Dalkeith’s charming cash machines. BARS CLOSE 10.30pm both days
\\CAN I BRING FOOD OR DRINK TO MIDSTOCK
Licensing laws state that if you buy alcohol outside the event you won’t be able to bring it into the park. Our lovely door staff will be keeping an eye out for pint smugglers and you will be refused entry to the event, so please don’t try. Foods and soft drinks purchased outside the event are not permitted on . However, we have plenty of great food and drink options available on-site at competitive prices.
\\CAN I DRINK BEFORE THE EVENT
We’re all about supporting Dalkeith’s local bars, restaurants and cafes, but please bear in mind that Midstock is a family event. Our door staff can (and will) refuse you entry at their own discretion if you arrive drunk and disorderly.
\\CAN I BRING A CARER WITH ME
If you’re registered disabled you may bring one carer along with you. You’ll need to show gate staff your disabled registration certificate.
\\CAN I BRING PETS
No animals other than guide dogs are permitted inside the park.
\\WILL I HAVE PHONE SIGNAL IN DALKEITH
We’ve never had any trouble with our phones, but this is entirely dependent on your network.
\\DO I NEED TO BRING ID
Yes. Upon arrival at the park, if you’re lucky enough to look under 25 you’ll be asked to provide proof of age. Over-18’s will be given a wristband which allows them to purchase alcohol and you’ll need it to re-enter the park if you leave, too.
\\ENTRY & SECURITY/ RE-ENTRY
Entry is via the High Street gates and bag searches will be in operation. You are permitted to leave and re-enter the festival as you wish to make use of cash machines in town.
We have weather, sometimes great sometimes a bit damp. We suggest you dress for our traditional Scottish weather, wellies and cagoule.