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Event Info

Date: Monday 27 May 2019

Address: Peckham Rye Park, Straker’s Lane, SE15 3UA

Doors: 12pm

Close: 10.00pm

Buying Tickets

Jam on Rye 2019 tickets are available here

There may be a few tickets to purchase on the door, but we recommend buying in advance to guarantee admission.

Getting Here

When travelling to and from the festival please be aware of our local residents in being mindful that it is a Bank Holiday Monday and generally people will have work the next morning!


Peckham Rye Park, Straker’s Lane, SE15 3UA

We encourage as many people as possible to make use of public transport.


Peckham Rye Overground Station (0.8 miles)

Nunhead Overground Station (0.9 miles)

East Dulwich Overground Station (1.2 miles)

Honor Oak Park Overground Station (1.3 miles)


12, 37, 63, 78, 197, 343, 363, 484, P12, N63, N343


There is no parking permitted within the festival site. We take no responsibility for your vehicle on the surrounding roads.

Age Restrictions

Jam on Rye welcomes people of all ages. Under 18s must be accompanied by someone 18 or over.

Kids under 12 tickets are free, but must be ordered by an adult. A maximum of 3 kids tickets per person can be ordered.

Teen (13-17) tickets do not need to be purchased by an adult, however upon entry to the festival all under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Anyone over the age of 12 is required to purchase a general sale ticket. Tickets available here

The following ID can be used as proof of age before entering the site:

  • Current Passport
  • Current UK Driver’s Licence or Provisional Licence
  • VALIDATE UK  (must be a pass card with a hologram – details on
  • CitizenCard
  • Oyster Photocard
  • NUS Card
  • A National identity card


Tickets for this event are non-refundable.

Readmission into the festival may be considered on a case by case basis at the discretion of the festival. If you are granted readmission, you’ll be subject to a full search as you were the first time round.

Tickets bought from unauthorised agents are not valid and admission will not be granted to the event with any Ticket (nor shall any Ticket refund be given) if bought from unauthorised agents.

What to bring / What not to bring


  • Entry Ticket
  • Mobile Phone
  • Money / Cash Card
  • Identification
  • Clothing for all weather
  • Sun protection cream (no aerosol)
  • Dancing shoes


  • Illegal weapons and drugs are not permitted by law and will be confiscated, and you will be removed from the festival.
  • The use or supply of Nitrous Oxide as a stimulant is illegal. If someone is found selling or in possession you will be removed from the festival. The canisters are also really bad for the environment!
  • Pets are strictly prohibited at Jam on Rye. Assistance dogs are permitted.
  • Glass is not allowed at the festival for safety reasons.
  • Food or drink unless specifically for babies.

Food & Drink

You are not permitted to bring any food or drink into the festival.

There is a fantastic selection of drinks available from one of our bars stocking a variety of beverages from a range independent suppliers. We’ll also have KERB Counter making an appearance this year where you’ll be able to try a wider range of independent and interesting drinks brands.

KERB has also programmed some of the best of London street food which can be found here.

All bars and food outlets close at: 9.30pm



Peckham Rye Park is a green-field site with some tarmac paths. While there are some sheltered areas (marquees) it is mainly an open-air event. Weather and ground conditions may be variable and in times of extreme weather, mobility on the site may become very difficult. We ask you to consider this before purchasing a ticket.


We provide at least one accessible toilet in each toilet block. These will be ‘festival style’ portable units, some of which will be locked with Radar locks. Just ask a member of our security team for assistance and they’ll be able to get hold of the key for you.


Please note that strobe effects may be used at the event. There will be no specific announcements prior to the use of strobes and lasers. Strobe flicker rates will be at or below 4 flashes per second.


Main Stage: 10pm

Stretch Tent: 9.45pm

Balamii: 9.30pm

Kids Dome: 8pm


KERB are offering locals in the immediate vicinity a discounted ticket price of £20.

If you live within the following postcode, you are eligible to redeem a discounted ticket:








If you wish to attend the event please email with a scan of your proof of address. There will be a maximum of 2 tickets per person. We will then get back to you with a secure discount code provided you fit within the discount credentials.

Acceptable forms of proof of address:

  • Recent Utility Bill – Gas, Electricity, Water, Telephone
  • UK / EU Photocard Driving Licence
  • Bank / Building Society / Statement

PLEASE NOTE that there is a limited number of discount codes available and once they’re gone, they’re gone.

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Any other questions

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