Please bring cash or payment cards, as there will be no cash machine available at the festival. Water stations will be available, and we suggest bringing plenty of water to stay hydrated. There will be toilets on site, but we do not provide battery chargers or power supplies for phones or devices.

Take note of weather conditions. Mark sure you have plenty water during the day in hot weather.

How to get there:

Transportation and Parking

For the convenience of our guests and the residents of Trent Park, we strongly recommend that festival-goers use public transportation. Cockfosters tube station and several bus routes stop nearby, and we urge everyone to check the TFL website for the latest travel updates. It is

not recommended to park on the streets around Trent Park, as it can result in costly parking tickets or even towing of your car.

UNDERGROUND Cockfosters tube station on the Piccadilly Line is only a few minutes walk to the event ground.

Buses 121, 298, 299,307,377 & 384 will also get you closer to Trent Park.

Make sure you have a valid ticket, top up your Oyster card for your journey to Cockfosters and back to your destination.

Entrance to the park is only a few minutes walk from Cockfosters tube station Piccadilly Line.

Always check TFL for journey times.

Pedestrians can access Trent Park via footpaths on Cockfosters Road.

Event Times:

Gates Open: 12noon

Last Entry: 6.00pm

Close /End: 8pm

Everybody attending the event is subject to be searched. We operate a. NO SEARCH, NO ENTRY policy.


Tickets to GPITP Festival must be purchased in advance through our website.

Children under the age of 11 may enter for FREE when accompanied by a paying adult.

Gates open at 12noon and close at 8pm; last entry is at 6pm.

Please note that no refunds will be given, and re-entry is not allowed.

Advance Tickets can be purchased from our website

Photo ID will be requested at entry so please be prepared for this. We will accept a photo driving license, passport, or PASS. Photocopies will be allowed in conjunction with a valid bank card bearing the holder’s name, but photocopies alone will not be accepted as proof of age.

VIP tickets will be exchanged wristbands. Please keep your wristband on at all times. Wristbands removed from the wrist or tampered with will be rendered invalid and cannot be replaced.

Food & Drinks

There will be various food vendors all day inside the festival grounds for sale.

A fully licensed bars at the festival ground, alcohol is NOT permitted in the event grounds or surroundings during the event day.

We will operate challenge 25 across all our bars, so please bring valid and legitimate photographic ID such as a photo driving license, passport, or PASS. If you cannot provide valid and legitimate photographic ID when asked – proving that you are legally permitted to buy alcohol – we will not serve you. In certain instances, we may take your ticket and ask you to leave the festival.

*No glass or bottles are allowed into the festival. Always drink responsibly.

First Aid:

First Aid tents and aiders will be available throughout the day inside the events ground.


Trent Park is a residential area; we ask everybody attending our event to respect the residents and community of Cockfosters Road.

Please NOTE residents and other park users will have access into Trent Park during the event.

Disabled & Accessibility

For people with disabilities please contact us via email for further assistance. Be aware that in places there is uneven ground and tree roots on the paths, so take extra care.

Children and Families guidelines

We will provide a varied programme of activities and performances for toddlers to teens in a dedicated space right in the heart of the festival.

We ask that all children are kept under your supervision at all times. We DONT provide child-care services at the festival.

Things to Bring:

Please feel free and bring blankets, deck, and folding chairs. Make your own festival experience as comfortable as possible. There will be volunteers, stewards, and signs to help you.

Please bring warm clothing as well as a hat and sun cream in case of warm weather, especially for young children.

Toilets will be available in various locations across the festival site.

Official merchandise will be on sale. Performance and schedules will be advertised on our website and social media platforms. Festival grounds site map will from our websites.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email

Leave at Home:

The following items will NOT BE permitted into the event:

Dogs (Except Guide Dogs)

Tents or Marquees


Independent sound systems

Portable lasers or laser pens

illegal drugs or weapons

Any other items deemed unsuitable by the festival organisers.


Strict Anti-Drug Policy

GPITP Festival has a zero-tolerance policy against drug use and possession. Anyone found with illegal substances or weapons will be handed over to the authorities.

Searches will be carried out on entry and at random times.

Belongings & Safety: Please keep your belongings safe. Keep your phone somewhere secure and do not leave bags or items unattended.


We expect all festival-goers to behave respectfully and responsibly. Anti-social or criminal behaviour will not be tolerated and may result in legal action. We reserve the right to confiscate any items used for illegal or offensive purposes. Keep your belongings safe and secured at all times.

We wish you an enjoyable day at Ghana Party in The Park.

Please respect the local residence of TRENT PARK and dispose of all litter using the facilities provided. Take everything you bring to the festival away with you at the end of the day.

Please respect our neighbours by entering and leaving the festival site as quietly and quickly as possible.