We’ll be waiting for you every day starting at 3:00 pm.
Yes, if you’re required to take special medication for health reasons, you can have it with you, along with any equipment required to administer your meds. However, you will have to present a certificate from your doctor proving that you have to have the medication and equipment with you. You can only bring in your own food and beverages if you have a special diet confirmed by a doctor’s certificate. If you do bring your own food and drinks, we ask that you do so in a way that respects safety rules and regulations (liquids in cans, glass bottles, and vacuum flasks are forbidden). People with diabetes are encouraged to bring glucose gel packs, available at any pharmacy.
Yes, there will be medical staff on hand in mobile medical teams and at first aid points (check the map for exact locations). If you need help, don’t hesitate to ask the festival staff for help.
Yes, however we ask expectant mothers to reconsider attending the festival due to the nature of the event (e.g., high volume and large number of participants, particularly close to the stages).
Yes, some concerts will features lasers and strobe lights. Keep in mind that this could pose a health risk to pregnant women, individuals with high blood pressure or heart problems, elderly people, individuals with locomotor illnesses, people suffering from epilepsy or other conditions, and people who are physically weakened. If you start to feel unwell, please notify festival staff immediately.