You can access the festival area for Feeërieën as of 6:30pm.
Persons with a hearing impediment are able to enjoy the concerts that take place on the bandstand in the park during Boterhammen In Het Park. We provide Flemish sign language interpreters every afternoon to allow the hard of hearing to enjoy the Dutch-language songs too. The sign language interpreters are made possible by the financial support of Brussels State Secretary for Equal Opportunity.
There is also a hearing loop provided at the festival for an optimal concert experience. A hearing loop ensures that people with a hearing aid only hear the amplified music, without bothersome ambient noise.
Further, we provide a zone at the front of the podium for persons with a disability. At the AB Info stand, you can ask for assistance to easily get to the reserved zone. There is also an accessible toilet present at the location.
To ensure a smooth admission and security check, we ask that you leave backpacks and handbags at home, as much as possible.
The following objects are not permitted at the location: glass, flyers, stickers, posters and other promotional material, drugs, weapons and any other object that could be considered dangerous by the organisation.
Mobility / public transport
We ask our audience to head to the Warande Park on foot, by bike, or public transport. Consider the environment!
On foot / by bike
Decide your route based on the location of the Warande Park and have a sporty excursion. Google Maps is your friend.
Get off in Brussel Centraal Station. Take a nice 10 minute walk. Head up the Kunstberg. You can also take metro 1 or 5 from Centraal Station to the stop ‘Park’.
If you arrive by metro, then get off at ‘Park’ or calculate your route via the MIVB website.