After a year’s sabbatical in 2010, the one day indie and alternative music event Get Loaded In The Park returned in 2011.
As sister festival South West Four which takes place over the August bank holiday, it allows organisers Lock N Load events to top and tail the London festival season.
2011 line-up:Razorlight, The Cribs, Noisettes, Patrick Wolf, Darwin Deez, Alpines, Johnny Flynn, Sixnationstate, Plus many more...
Location and travel
Get Loaded in the Park is at Clapham Common, South London. The easiest and best way to reach the festival is by public transport.
By Bus: There are many buses that run to and from Clapham Common.
Numbers: 35, 37, 88, 137, 155, 255, 345, 355, 417 Night bus: N35, N37, N155, N137, N345
By Tube: The closest underground station to the festival is Clapham Common tube station which lies on the Northern Line (Zone 2).
By Train:The nearest British Rail station is Clapham High Street. Trains run to and from London Victoria or London Bridge.
For more information on how to get to Get Loaded in the Park or to plan your route by using public transport.
Camping and other accommodation
There is no camping at the festival as it is a single day event. However there are several hostels and hotels you can stay at in the area..
Music stages and other entertainment
In addition to the Main Stage, there are two arenas showcasing an array of talent.
Food and drink
Food, alcohol and drink will be available for purchase within the event.