Stereophonics fans won’t be allowed to take any of these items into their Swansea gig – Wales Online

Thousands are set to embark on Singleton Park at the weekend as the Stereophonics make their triumphant return to Swansea.

It’s 20 years on since their career milestone show at the old Morfa Stadium, and the release of their album Performance and Cocktails, and on Saturday, July 13 , there will be a capacity 35,000 people on hand to welcome them back to the city.

As excitement builds for the big event, we’ve pulled together a guide on everything you need to know about the gig, along with a breakdown of the all important timings that the bands will take to the stage and road closures which will be in operation.

Here is a breakdown of all the items that will not be allowed onto the site on the day of the gig…


Air horns


Animals (except assistance dogs)

Bags (larger than A4 size)

BBQs or any cooking apparatus



Roller skates

Blow torches

People arriving at Singleton Park last year for Radio One’s Biggest Weekend



Cameras (DSLR/SLR) with detachable lens


Chinese lanterns

Cooking apparatus

Cool bags boxes (large)

Cigarettes (more than for personal use)


Drinks (empty plastic bottles 500ml or less are permitted)


Fireworks / pyrotechnics

Flags with poles

Flares / distress flares / smoke flares

Food (small amounts for personal consumption, permitted)

Gazebos and parasols

Gas cylinders/canisters



Liquids (over 100ml)

Illegal substances (drugs)

Laser pens

Legal / herbal highs (includes Nitrous Oxide and associated equipment including balloons)


Stereophonics performing Bartender and the Thief at the old Morfa Stadium…

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Professional audio-visual recording equipment

Smoke bombs / canisters

Sound systems


Tabards/ hi-vis jackets


Illegal items will be confiscated, and attendees will be refused entry and referred to the police, organisers say.

There will be a “zero-tolerance policy” in force for the carrying or use of drugs.