Welcome to The Butterfly Effect Festival – A two-day ticketed music festival showcasing some of the best of what garage, house music and Urban beats has to offer, including top UK artists.

Croydon has always been at the heart of the UK music industry and we feel it is now time to truly celebrate and pay homage to one of music’s most influential places. The city is home to The Brits School, which has honed and trained artists like Amy Whinehouse and Adele, including emerging talent such as Stormzy, Krept & Konan and Big Shaq, who have managed to cultivate an international following, right on the streets of Thornton Heath.

We call the festival “The Butterfly Effect” because we believe small causes truly do have larger effects. Through the festival, we aim to inspire and create opportunities to grow with many music generations to come.

What time does the Festival start/finish?

The Saturday event runs from 12pm to 10pm and the Sunday event runs from Midday to 9pm. The gates close at 6pm so you will not be able to gain entry after this time.

Dress code

No masks, balaclava, or hoodies, base ball caps allowed but will be asked to remove them at time of search. Airport style security with passive dogs at the gate all hats and some shoes maybe removed and searched.

About Lloyd Park

Lloyd Park is an oasis found in the hustle and bustle of Croydon, conveniently located next to some of the city’s best transport links.

Spanning over an area of 114 acres, many see Lloyd Park as a hidden jewel in suburban Croydon – the perfect setting for The Butterfly Effect Festival.

Challenge 25 Policy

We would require a valid photographic ID when you arrive at the festival in order to have your age and E-ticket verified. Suitable photographic IDs include driver’s license, passport or any photo-ID which has the PASS logo. We do not accept photocopies of your ID.

If you are lucky enough to look under the age of 25, our designated staff will need to verify your ID according to our Challenge 25 policy – consider this a compliment and privilege of sorts as some of us are not lucky enough to be asked this question.

Thank you for your cooperation, patience and understanding – we wish you the best and hope that you enjoy The Butterfly Effect Festival responsibly.