Stone Free Festival

The O2 Supervisor -

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Festival Timings – These are also available on the website.

Stone Free is a festival rather than a concert and therefore there are many other performances and areas of interest in addition to the artists playing in the arena. Each day commences at midday so get there early to make sure you don’t miss anything.

Please note: timings are subject to change.

Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow - 20.45
Sweet - 19.15 – 20.15

Blue Oyster Cult -17.15
The Answer - 15.45 – 16.30
GUN - 14.35 – 15.15
The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown - 13.25 – 14.05
Bang Bang Romeo - 12.25 -12.55

Evil Blizzard - 18.00 – 18.45
Buck & Evans - 17.00 – 17.30
Massive - 16.00 – 16.30
Massive Wagons - 15.00 – 15.30
Death Valley Knights - 14.00 – 14.30
Tequila Mockingbyrd - 13.00 – 13.30
Riff Rath - 12.00 – 12.30

Anna Dumpe & Sophie ‘Family Woodard’ Djs - 00.15 – close
Steve N Seagulls - 23.15 – 00.15
Anna Dumpe & Sophie ‘Family Woodard’ Djs - 22:15

Phil Nichol - 17:40 – 18:00
Kiri Pritchard Maclean - 17:10 – 17:30
Felicity Ward - 16:45 – 17:05
Comedy starts with Rich Wilson MC - 16:30
Beer and Music Matching – Pete Brown - 15:30 – 16:20
Dead Gods: The 27 Club – Chris Salewicz - 14:30 – 15:20
Isle of Wight in the 60’s and 70s Ray Foulk - 13:30 – 14:20
Comedians Comedians Podcast - 12.30 – 13.30

What is the age restriction for this event?

For events taking place at The O2:
(a) children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over; and
(b) children under 16 cannot enter the standing area and may only enter the event with seated tickets. We will not be liable to refund any standing tickets which have been purchased for use by children under 16 in relation to such events.

All children must hold a ticket to attend an event.

For further details:

At the Event

Which entrance do I use?

Use the main entrance to get into the building. Your arena ticket will tell you which entrance to use to get into the arena.

Can I sit wherever I want?

No, if you have a seated ticket then you have an allocated seat. Your seat number as well as block and row which this seat is located in will be stated on your ticket. Weekend ticket holders will have the ability to reserve a seat for both nights as part of their booking process.

I don’t know where my seat is?

The information on your ticket will tell you which block and row to help you locate your seat. Your ticket also tells you which entrance would be suitable for you to use to enter the concert arena. Please ask a steward if you would like any help finding your seat.

Please see The O2 website for a seating map of the arena -

Facilities at the Event

Please see The O2 website for all information regarding facilities available at the event:

What if I have a question when I’m inside the event?

If you have a question or issue whilst inside the concert arena, we would recommend speaking to a steward, an O2 Angel or a member of the event management team

Are there ATMs inside the event?

Yes, there are ATMs near The O2 main entrance. When you come in, head to the left. They’re next to merchandise.

Things you can’t bring:

  • Glass
  • Drugs – Stone Free Festival operates a strict no drugs policy, you may be searched on entry and anyone seen to be in possession of drugs will be ejected from the site and reported to the police.
  • Animals – no pets please except guide dogs
  • Food and drink (including water).


The O2 Arena is a fully accessible venue. Lifts and public areas are designed for wheelchair use. The O2 have accessible seating available and a team of staff on hand to help.

All accessible ticket bookings for Stone Free are handled by the venue. For further information on ticket booking procedures and venue facilities, please see their Accessibility page here: 

Can I bring my camera to the event?

You can bring any camera to the Stone Free Festival for your personal use, except for those with a detachable lens (such as SLR or DSLR cameras).

Personal safety

  • If you’ve lost or found property please speak to a member of staff and they will advise on where to go to hand in items you’ve found or to ask if anything has been handed in. After the event please check The O2 website for details;
  • It is your responsibility to ensure your personal welfare however we would advise that if it’s hot, make sure you drink plenty of water and if you are drinking alcohol know your limits and drink responsibly.
  • In the event of an incident follow instructions from stewards.

Is there any first aid available in the event?

Trained first aiders are always available. The O2 has first aid rooms in or near all the venues. During events, a qualified team is contracted to take care of medical emergencies.


We take the safety and security of all our fans and visitors very seriously. If you’re coming to the arena, please ensure you arrive in plenty of time to pass through our enhanced security checks. 

Our security and guest relations team are there for your safety.  Please cooperate fully with all security checks and support these vital members of our team as they carry out important work to keep us all safe and sound.

Our bag policy

It’s better for everyone if you do not bring a bag at all.  We will not allow large bags into the venue but you will be permitted to take small bags and handbags in with you.  We class small bags as no larger than 35cm x 40cm x 19cm or standard handbags.

If you have to bring a large bag with you, you can leave it at our bag storage facility in Car park 1, at a cost of £10 per bag. All bags will be searched and screened before being accepted into the bag storage facility.

Bag storage closes 30 minutes after the end of the event. We won’t hold your items overnight, so you must pick them up before the facility closes. 

Preparing for our screening

It’s really simple.

  • Finish up any food and drink before you enter the arena itself as you’re not allowed to take these in with you when watching a show; it’s fine throughout the rest of The O2 campus. 
  • Head to the entrance that is stated on your ticket and join one of the queues.
  • Take your phone, camera and any large metal objects out of your pockets and place them in the trays provided.
  • You don’t need to remove belts or shoes. 
  • Simply pass through the screening arch when asked by one of the team and you’re good to go. 
  • Enjoy the show.

What else do we do to keep you safe?

The answer is lots. There are the security measures you can see and of course the ones you can’t. We monitor the whole site each and every day and our staff are trained to ensure all our guests have a safe, secure and happy time. We work very closely with the Metropolitan Police and members of the security services to ensure our security procedures are up to date and following best practice. 

We also have a team of sniffer dogs working around the clock. If you’re lucky, you may see one on duty but please remember, these are busy working dogs with a very important job to do.

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