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Things you need to know in advance of the festival…

Audio Soup is located in the hills of the Scottish Borders. The nearest town is 10 miles away (Duns or Haddington). Please bear this in mind before traveling!

As well as your big Souper smiley face, bring warm and waterproof clothing plus sunscreen! Also any food and provisions you would need for camping for three days in the hills, bearing in mind we have quite a few well priced caterers on site and a well-stocked bar that includes Thistly Cross cider and some magical cocktails.

Please look after yourself and those around you! Check your pals and respect the land.

 

Tickets

Tickets are available online, please print it out so we can scan it when you arrive.

 

Vehicles

If you are bringing a vehicle on to the site you must purchase a vehicle pass at the appropriate rate.

Car £10

Live in £20

Car and caravan £25

Passes will be available to buy in cash on the gate when you arrive.

Please note there is no access for vehicles or caravans wider than 7 feet.

 

Gate Opening Times

Friday 12pm Saturday, Sunday – 9am to midnight. NO ENTRY after midnight

 

On the gate prices

Weekend passes will be £10 more expensive on the gate than they are online

Day tickets will also be available to buy

 

Mobile reception 

WiFi can be purchased on site, Vodaphone is the best network on the field.

 

Soup Fun Bus 

The Audio Soup bus travels from Glasgow and Edinburgh to the festival site on Friday, returning on Monday. Tickets can be purchased from the tickets page.

ANY QUESTIONS?

Please contact us via our Facebook page 🙂


AudioSoup Travel Guide

 

So how do I get to AudioSoup Festival 2017?

Our site is nestled in the beautiful Lammermuir hills, next to the village of Cranshaws.
If you are driving and have sat-nav then typing in the post code TD11 3SL should get you there.

We will have signs on the small roads guiding you to us.
You will be travelling on some lovely wee roads so extra care is needed. Drive with consideration for other road users and be aware that tractors and other farm vehicles need to use the whole width of the road on some corners. Don’t get impatient if you get stuck behind a tractor, they will most likely turn off fairly soon. Be courteous to the residents of the small villages and settlements you drive through and mind out for children and animals.

From Edinburgh, take the A1 to Haddington, then the B6369 to Gifford, turn left at the church onto the B6355 and follow the road for about 11 miles, over the moors and past the Whiteadder reservoir. The site is on the left and will be clearly signposted.

From Newcastle, take the A1 north to Berwick upon Tweed, stay on the A1 until the Duns road on the left, A6105. Continue for about 14 miles, through Chirnside and take the B6355 on the right, follow this road for about another 12 miles and the site is on the right, just after Cranshaws.

Heavy vehicles and those towing caravans are advised that the roads have tight turns and narrow bridges so take care. There is another way in from the A1 at Grantshouse. Take the A6112 and follow for about 10 miles, take the B6356 on the right (tight turn) and continue, joining the B6355 for about 9 miles, the site is on the right just after Cranshaws.

We are also running buses from Edinburgh and Glasgow, please check out our ticket page for details.


 

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