Livefields Festival was founded in 2019 to feature the UK’s top tribute acts for people from West Yorkshire, Manchester, Sheffield and beyond to enjoy.
With a passion for great live music, great drinks and just having a good time, we wanted to create an outdoor festival to showcase everything we stand for. Livefields Festival takes place at Oakwell Hall in Birstall, near Leeds just off the M62, on the 12th, 13th and 14th July and feature’s 16 amazing acts all suited to outdoor festivals. They really will get you rocking.


Oakwell Hall is just a few minutes drive off the M62, from either Junction 26 from the West or 27 from the East. There is parking available next to the event for FREE, this is aslo the location of the NEW CAMPSITE FOR 2024 !!

Oakwell Hall, Nova Lane, Birstall, WF179LG


Friday Tickets £20

Gates: 7pm -11pm


Saturday Tickets £30

Gates: 1pm -11pm


Sunday £10

Gates: 12pm – 9:30pm


Full weekend tickets £50

Everything you need to know

Tickets and Wristbands
Wristbands will be issued on entry

All bars are fully Licensed. Soft drinks and water are also available.

Food Available
Hotdogs, Pizza, BBQ, Coffee waffles & donuts, Kebabs , Burgers, Mexican, Churros, Thai, Noodles

Age Restrictions
Friday and Saturday attendees must be aged 14 or over. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult, Sunday is any age

Chairs, Blankets & cigarettes for personal use only.

Your own alcohol, water, aerosols, flares, air horns, fireworks, gas canisters, audio recorders, animals, bags larger than A4 size, cans, drones, glass, drugs, picnics and food.

To arrange any special requirements, please contact us directly by calling 07803 792159 or by email

Personal Safety
A First Aid Station will be available onsite, as well as Fire Points, emergency information and onsite toilets.

There is a policy for leaving and re entering the festival

Tickets are non refundable

Tokens are non refundable


Access to campsite, from 12pm Friday and 10am Saturday

  1. Please be patient. For security reasons, ticket holders will be subject to searches of their vehicles, their bags and their person at this year’s Festival. Please cooperate with any security requests and all searches. Everyone will be issued with a bin bag for rubbish on entry
  2. at the entrance for any items that may be used in an illegal or offensive manner – which will be confiscated. Persons suspected of carrying out illegal and/or offensive activities onsite may also be searched and face eviction. NB: Confiscated items will NOT be returned.


  • Festival ticket
  • Personal ID:
    Original ID documents (not photocopies)
    – Photocopy of ID is okay if a child is under 12 but looks older
  • Driving licence (ideally with up to date address, so it – and anything with it – can be posted back to you if lost)
  • Money/cards
  • Mobile phone + battery pack. 
  • Ear plugs – to keep your ears from ringing!
  • Take Bottled water (this can’t be taken into the festival arena)
  • Not only is it more eco-friendly at a festival to take your own water bottle, but you will need to ensure you are rehydrating regularly. Lots of walking, dancing and drinking will take its toll on your body. Plus, when you are camping and come ‘home’ at the end of the night, it’s so nice to have a bottle of water waiting for you in the tent! 
  • Tent (lines/poles/groundsheet/pegs)
  • Sleeping mat/sleeping bag/duvet/pillow
  • Wellies or sturdy boots
  • Waterproof coat and over trousers
  • Change of weather appropriate clothing (in case you get wet!) including cosy sweater – it can be hot in the day and chilly at night
  • Toiletries including towel/soap
  • Medication if required
  • Next of kin notification
  • Medical info (allergies etc)
  • Toilet roll
  • Sun cream + hat
  • Contraceptives
  • Spectacles/contacts and solution
  • Torch/batteries/bulbs (spares)
  • Bin bags (for dirty clothing and footwear)
  • Mark valuables with house name and postcode so it can be posted back to you
  • Never leave valuables in your tent when you are out. 


  • Do not bring more than you need. Remember you’ll need to take all it home again. Most things can be bought on site if necessary.
  • Do not bring disposable vapes. They pollute the environment and can be hazardous at waste centres.
  • Don’t bring gazebos. They take up valuable tent space in the campsites. We’d also rather you didn’t put tape around your tent enclosures, please. It makes it harder for other people to get to their tents.
  • Only food and alcohol for personal consumption can be brought onsite.
  • Do not bring any knives.
  • Do not bring anything made of glass. All glass will be confiscated if found, including perfume and mirrors.
  • Do not bring excess packaging. If you purchase something new for the Festival, please remove all the excess packing at home, before you arrive.
  • Please avoid the use of disposable wipes. Wipes – even biodegradable wipes, which quickly breakdown into micro-plastics – are problematic environmental pollutants. Plant fibre-based biodegradable wipes release greenhouse gases when they decompose, so we would like people to really try to use alternatives. A washcloth and a bar of soap works wonders!
  • Generators are not permitted – there is plenty of good music so you won’t need your own! No sound systems will be permitted on site

Please DO NOT bring any of these prohibited items:

  • No portable laser equipment or pens are permitted.
  • No knives.
  • No animals (except registered guide dogs).
  • No sound systems or drums.
  • No generators.
  • BBQ’s
  • No sky lanterns, kites, fireworks, flares of any type or wax candles.
  • No nitrous oxide (laughing gas). As a contraband good, under the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016 this substance is banned at Livefields. It is very dangerous to inhale nitrous oxide directly from the canister and if you take too much nitrous oxide you risk falling unconscious and/or suffocating from the lack of oxygen.any
  • All  drugs are also classed as contraband and are not allowed

Please note:

  • Persons using fireworks will be evicted from site and materials confiscated.
  • No unauthorised tape recorders, professional film or video equipment are allowed onsite. Cameras for personal use are welcome.
  • Flying or filming with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs, or so-called drones) is not allowed on site before, during or after the Festival – and is prohibited by law. We have a working site and the safety of our audience, crew and staff is paramount.
  • There will be no vehicle movements of any kind in the campervan field or campsite during the festival
  • We cannot save spaces for people, pitches will be allocated on a first come, first served basis
  • Sleeping in cars overnight is not permitted
  • Please be considerate when pitching your tent. There are no specific pitch sizes but if you arrange your tents in such a way to take up more than a reasonable amount of space for your group you will be asked to re pitch or take some of your tents down.
  • In the event of needing assistance, medical or otherwise, please contact any steward or member of campsite staff who can radio for assistance
  • As festival attendees, you will be issued with a Camping pass. Don’t lose it as you won’t be provided with another and all those without camping passes have to be removed from site.
  • Please remain vigilant for fire safety in order to keep yourselves and others around you safe
  • Take your tent – and your other belongings – away with you when you leave the festival. If it’s bust, take it down and bin it yourself, don’t just leave it up in the campsite.

On Site Amenities

What do music lovers hate about festivals? Queues and dirty toilets! Well, we have that covered! We also have enough toilets for 8000 people, but our capacity is 5000, so there are plenty for everyone with no queuing. We also make sure they are cleaned throughout the day to ensure you have a great festival experience to match the great music. A first for festivals around the world we don’t have queues at the bar or toilets.

Livefields’ bars are quick and easy due to our drinks token system. You can either purchase your tokens or from the token tent on the day when you arrive.

We are also proud to have teamed up with Andy’s Man Club, the men’s mental health charity, who are headline sponsors of the festival. A team will be onsite to chat to anyone who wants to find out more about this life saving social help group.
We have lots of other activities on the day for all.Sunday will have rides for children

Fully Licensed Bars

Variety of Food Outlets

Face Glitter

Lots of Other Stalls