Getting Here

Lincolnshire, LN6 9HN, UK

Lost Village Festival takes place in a privately owned woodland in the Lincolnshire countryside, halfway between Newark and Lincoln. If you’re arriving to the site via car please use the postcode LN6 9HN, then follow signs to the Lost Village. Here are some of the best ways to make your journey to the Lost Village….

Train

The nearest train station is Newark North Gate (approximately 10 minutes by car) and Lincoln  Central (approximately 15 minutes).

There will be frequent shuttle buses between Newark Northgate and the festival site, operating between Thursday to Monday. Exact times will be released nearer to the festival

There are direct trains to Newark North Gate from many major cities, including the following:

London 80 mins
Leeds 40 mins
Peterborough 33 mins
Nottingham 40 mins
York 45 mins
Newcastle  110 mins
Edinburgh 200 mins

For more information visit National Rail. There will be frequent shuttle buses running from Newark Northgate to the Lost Village site.

We’ve also joined forces with LNER (formerly Virgin Trains East Coast) to offer an incredible 30% discount on train travel to Lost Village via the East Coast Mainline from selected stations. Find out whether the discount applies to your journey and how to apply the code here.

Car

FROM THE SOUTH:

Traffic travelling from the south should access the event via the M1 Motorway or the A1. 

If travelling via the M1 then you should exit the motorway at junction 21a, then follow the signs for the A46 towards Newark.  At Newark please follow signs for the A46 Lincoln,  you will then see the directional event signs halfway between Newark and Lincoln at Witham St Hughes, guiding you to the site. 

If using the A1, then exit at the A46 junction at Newark, and then follow the signs for Lincoln.  Again you will pick up the event signs at Witham St Hughes as above, guiding you to the site.

FROM THE NORTH:

Traffic arriving from the north should access the event via the A1.  Please exit the A1 southbound at Newark (A46) junction, then follow the signs for Lincoln.  You will pick up the directional event signs at Witham St Hughes, halfway between Newark and Lincoln, guiding you to the site.

FROM THE EAST:

Traffic arriving from the east (Lincoln) should head out of Lincoln on the A46 towards Newark.  Keep on the A46 to the Witham St Hughes junction, at which point you will see the directional event signage, guiding you to the site.

FROM THE WEST:

Traffic travelling from the west should head towards Newark on either the A46 or the A617.  At Newark please follow signs for the A46 Lincoln,  you will then see the directional event signs halfway between Newark and Lincoln at Witham St Hughes, guiding you to the site. 

Please note traffic controls will be in force around the site during the event and these include local road closures and tow-away zones.  Please always follow the official event signage and routes detailed above to avoid confusion and delays.  Vehicles not parked in the official car parks will be removed from the highways so please also ensure you have bought your official parking ticket in advance from HERE. You can skip past the tickets that aren’t relevant to you

Please also clearly display your event parking pass BEFORE arriving on site to avoid delays.

DROP OFF AND PICK UP

If you have a standard camping ticket and are being dropped off at the general festival site, follow signs to Lost Village Festival and head to the main car park. You will then see the pick up and drop off point for coaches and cars just before the main car park.

If you are camping in the Boutique Sanctuary, follow the signs to Boutique Sanctuary and you will see the pick up and drop off point just before the main boutique car park.

Coach

We’ve teamed up with Big Green Coach to make getting to the festival easier and more affordable.

Travel straight to Lost Village on a coach filled with other tribes and enjoy your weekend knowing you can relax all the way home. 

 You can secure your seat with only £10 deposit – pay the rest later.

More information here.