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Saturday 13 April: 

doors 1pm; curfew 11.30pm

Sunday 14 April: 
doors 1pm; curfew 10.30pm


Cro Cro Land is taking place at Stanley Arts, 12 South Norwood Hill, London, SE25 6AB, which is easily accessible by public transport. Stanley Arts is just a five minute walk from Norwood Junction train station, which has fast services to London Bridge, and direct trains to Victoria. Norwood Junction is on the East London Line of London Overground from Highbury & Islington to West Croydon via Dalston Junction. There are also several bus routes servicing the venue.


For further travel details check out the Stanley Arts visit page here.

Plan your journey in advance. Cro Cro Land is not responsible for any transport issues.



Tickets for Cro Cro Land must be exchanged for a festival wristband. Upon arrival please visit the ticket exchange which will be clearly signposted outside the venue. If you have a weekend ticket you must visit the ticket exchange on both days. There will be no admittance to venues without a wristband.

Ticket Exchange will open at 12.45pm on both days.


You must bring photo ID.

The ticket holder must be present at the wristband exchange point. Under no circumstances can you collect wristbands on behalf of other ticket holders, as the wristband must be fitted by Cro Cro Land staff only.

Please arrive at the wristband exchange allowing plenty of time to collect a wristband before performances begin. Please note that some acts will be very popular, so we would advise you to arrive at the venue in good time to avoid disappointment.

Wristbands allow entry to each of the participating stage areas, individual venue capacities permitted. If the venue/stage area is already full you will not be allowed to enter.

Tickets cannot be transferred, exchanged, refunded or returned unless the event is cancelled.


In order to facilitate the security, safety and comfort of all guests, all venues reserve the right to refuse admission. Admission is at the ticket holder's risk.


The promoter and the venue shall not be held liable for any loss, injury or damage sustained within their premises.


The event age restriction is 14+. Management reserve the right to check ID.

Please note that there will be filming and photography taking place at this event and by purchasing a ticket you are giving consent for the use of this footage.

Please note, the Ticket Exchange will close at 8pm on both days.

Keep checking for event updates.



You will be able to download a festival map via a QR code across the festival site. You can also view the map here.



You will be able to download the times for both stages via a QR code once you have arrived at the festival.


The advertised line-up and stage times may be subject to change. No refunds will be issued unless the entire event is cancelled.


No food and drink should be brought in to the festival.  Please purchase on site. There are two bars and one food area. Bring ID for alcoholic beverages.



There is not a cloakroom space available at the venue, so please consider travelling light. No suitcases/big bags allowed.



The venue has two accessible entrances, an accessible toilet and a lift (which takes you to the Concrete Playground stage). Check out the festival map here to plan your day.

Accessible seating tickets should be booked in advance directly with the venue due to limited spaces. Please email for details. All bookings are first come first served.


If you require a companion to attend the show this must be arranged at the time of booking. Any accessibility questions or enquiries must be made with the venue directly via

The venue is unable to offer a companion ticket once the show has sold out and cannot issue them on secondary market sales.

You can read the venue's full access statement here.



The bars at the venue are card only. The food vendors accept card and cash. Some bands will be selling merchandise, and this will be a mix of card and cash. So we advise you bring both with you.

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