Music fans heading with their tents
to the Headstock Festival
over the weekend of September 10th-12th can now camp for free, organisers have stated.
The offer comes after it was revealed the travel plans of some people face disruption, with the Robin Hood Line in Nottinghamshire being closed over that weekend.
It means those who would catch a train from Nottingham to Newstead so they could attend the festivities at Newstead and Annesley Country Park will be left having to make do with rail replacement buses.
Organisers will refund those who have already paid for a ticket and extra free entertainment is being provided on the Friday evening (September 9th) for anyone turning up early.
The site can be reached easily by car as it is only three miles from Junction 27 of the M1.
This year's event will include appearances from Echo and the Bunnymen, The Lighting Seeds, CW Stoneking and Craig Charles.