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Harley Davidson 120 years celebration festival.




We are gutted to inform you all that FoT2 will NOT be going ahead this year due to planning/licensing issues. We do plan to go ahead in 2025 so please do stick with us. I am sure there are lots of other events on that weekend. Much love to you all and sorry for this news. It has taken a while as we have been doing our best to make it happen.


There’s nothing quite like the heady aromas of petrol vapour and burning rubber to signal the start of the motorcycle festival season.

Fields of Thunder is a weekend celebration of bikes, beers, beats and more. Join us this July for the best bikers weekend in the home counties. We have amazing live music acts, locally brewed beers and delicious street foods and of course loads of stunning bikes. 

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  • Can we bring our own alcohol?
    Yes, you are welcome to bring your own alcohol for consumption in the camping area. However, alcohol is not permitted to be brought onto the main show field where there are licensed bars selling alcohol.
  • How do I book tickets?
    To book tickets for the event, please visit the website and follow the instructions on the booking page. If you would like to book a glamping option, please let the organizers know when you book your tickets and contact Magical Camping for more information.
  • What time can you gain access to the site?
    The campsite opens on Friday the 21st of July 2023 and stays open until 6pm Sunday 23rd July 2023. Friday gates open at 10am, the Arena closes at 11pm. Saturday gates open at 10am, the Arena closes at 11pm. No entry on Sunday / campsite closes 6pm. We would advise those of you who would normally arrive after you've finished work on the Friday to take the afternoon off and arrive as soon after 2pm as possible to avoid the potential queues at peak time.
  • Is there disabled access?
    Fields of Thunder welcomes disabled visitors and has specially allocated camping and toilets for disabled guests. However, please be aware that there may be sections of the site that are difficult to navigate, especially in bad weather conditions. Please contact the event organizers for more information on disabled access.
  • Are dogs allowed?
    Yes, well-behaved dogs are welcome at Fields of Thunder, but please keep them under control at all times and clean up after them. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and are not permitted in any of the buildings on site. Please note that the site is next to a working equestrian centre with livestock, so please ensure that your dog does not disturb the animals.
  • What are the dates of the event?
    The Fields of Thunder event at Bury Farm Events will take place on the 21st - 23rd of July. Please check the website for up-to-date information on the event schedule and any changes or updates.
  • Are children allowed?
    Yes, children are welcome at Fields of Thunder, but please ensure that they are supervised at all times and do not disturb other campers or festival-goers.
  • Please take time to read our guidelines to ensure we all have a great event and keep everyone safe.
    We're here to help you have the best time possible at Fields of Thunder. If you have any welfare concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to Reception. We're happy to provide you with all the information you need. If you happen to lose anything or need assistance with a lost person, our Reception or on-site security team is available to help you. For medical assistance, you can find us at Reception. We take your safety seriously, which is why our security staff are trained and equipped with mobile radios and first aid kits. Please keep in mind the 5 MPH speed limit on site, which is roughly walking pace, to ensure everyone's safety, including children and animals. And remember, no parking on marked 'roadways', exits and access points must be kept clear. Please treat Bury Farm like your own home by respecting the owners and adhering to the rules. Keep your children and animals under control and pick up after them. We want to maintain a clean and tidy environment, so please use the bins and rubbish bags provided. To ensure everyone gets a good night's sleep, please respect the 22.00 noise curfew. Unauthorised sound systems are not permitted after this time. Let's all be good neighbours to each other. When arriving and leaving the festival please adhere to the speed limits and keep engine noise to a minimum and respect our local community. Safety is a top priority, so please stay out of restricted areas and observe the signage. For emergencies or fire, notify main reception and security immediately. Remember, security is here to help you, so if you see anything suspicious or someone causing upset, please let us know. Thank you for choosing Fields of Thunder. Let's have an amazing time together!


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Bury farm Mill Rd 

Slapton, LU7 9BT


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