SIGNALS one-day festival takes place in a unique and intriguing venue set deep in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside. Experience the unexpected as you immerse yourself in an eclectically programmed day, where outstanding musical talent takes centre stage. As you explore the varied spaces across the site, you’ll discover a diverse mix of culture, film, and entertainment to fuel your senses. With an innovative schedule of activity suitable for all ages, everyone will feel welcome as a liberal sense of fun engulfs this very special site for the day.
Crich Tramway Village in Derbyshire offers the perfect venue for SIGNALS festival, with so much to explore for all the family. Included in your festival ticket is entry to the historical village, complete with old-style sweet shop, retro pub, vintage printing press, and Victorian Tramway Museum. Stroll back in time as you walk the cobbled streets and experience life from a different era, before riding one of the original trams up to the main festival site.
As you leave the village, you’ll be transported into three acres of wooded countryside as an intricate web of festival activity unfolds before you.
FIRST RELEASE: £55 Adult tickets (17+ years)
FINAL RELEASE tickets available when FIRST RELEASE sells out.
£25 Child tickets (6-16 years)
FREE Infant tickets (0-5 years)
- Electric car charging point
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- On-site catering
- On-site light refreshments
- Children welcome
- Online booking possible
- Outside seating
- Car Charging
- Public toilets
- Smoking not allowed - Not allowed on trams or in buildings, but allowed outside.
|Season (11 June 2022)|
* Gates open at 10am
Headliners finish at 10.45pm
Festival closes at midnight
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Travelers Choice 2020
- Very Good643
- Rebecca WTrip Type:FamilyA great day out!Thursday, 15th October 2020We visited with 3 adults and a baby (4 months old) as we were holidaying in the area. We decided not to bother with the tram ride so paid £10 per adult for entry. We found this place to be a lovely... Read full review
- Alan GCrawley, United KingdomNice visitTuesday, 20th October 2020Incongruously perched at the top of a hill, this wonderful museum is a delight. The tramway was working although additional booking was required owing to Covid-19 - we didn't book a ticket that... Read full review
- janemT3300XXEnjoyable day out - better if people followed the proceduresThursday, 22nd October 2020Compared to previous visit obviously restricted. I give 4 stars as with only one tram ride didn’t seem the same value for money as previous. It’s clean, staff are excellent the tram ride is very... Read full review
Map & Directions
Public Transport Directions
We would like to be as respectful to the beautiful Derbyshire countryside and local residents as possible, so please use public transport or car share where possible.
FESTIVAL BUS SHUTTLE PACKAGE
We’ve teamed up with Slacks a local bus company to offer a cost-effective, easy and environmentally responsible travel option.
Arriving at the festival – buses will run from Whatstandwell train station to the festival site. Leaving the festival – evening buses will run from the festival site to the train stations at Belper, Derby, and Matlock. (Additional drops-offs are available at Matlock Bath, Cromford, Ambergate, and Duffield on request).
All bus shuttles must be booked in advance. For prices and times, please visit our booking page.
It’s approximately a 30-minute walk from the main Labyrinth stage to the bus pick up point.
COMING BY TRAIN
The nearest train station is Whatstandwell rail station, 1 mile from the festival site and we offer a bus shuttle service (bookable in advance) to the festival site. The last trains leave Whatstandwell mid-evening, but you can book our bus shuttle, which will take you from the festival site back to Belper, Derby, or Matlock. See details above.
There are alternative rail stations at Alfreton, Matlock, or Belper with local taxi services available.
COMING BY BUS
Local buses run throughout the day to the festival site, from Matlock, Alfreton, Ripley and Belper. Check out the local public transport timetable for more information.
COMING BY CAR
Use DE4 5DP postcode in your satnav.
Crich is situated in the heart of Derbyshire, 15 miles north of Derby, 6 miles from Matlock and 8 miles from the M1. Please ensure you have booked your car parking pass in advance, one pass required per vehicle. The car park is directly outside the main festival entrance and will be open from 09.00 – midnight on Saturday 12 June. No overnight parking is permitted.