Together we can keep Boterhammen in de Stad and Feeërieën healthy, fun and safe. How?
At the entrance, we will ask for your ID and CovidSafeBE ticket. Download the app and apply for it in advance. You can do that if you have been fully vaccinated for more than two weeks; have a recovery certificate of less than six months or have had a PCR test taken with a negative result (day of the test plus two days). You can also have an antigen test (€10) administered on site by the medical staff at the testing center, but capacity is limited. Children younger than 12 can enter the festival without a CovidSafeBE ticket.
Up to 1000 festivalgoers will be allowed to attend the festival site at any one time, in accordance with the principle of ‘first come, first served’. In other words, get to the festival site on time to ensure you get a place.
This year, the concerts will be enjoyed while seated and no food or drink may be brought onto the site. But don’t worry, we are providing plenty of food and drink to satisfy your hunger and thirst, and we have all found out by now that it’s entirely possible to enjoy the best live music while seated.
A number of rules apply on the site itself that you will already be familiar with:
- You must wear a mask, even when seated in your own space.
- You may attend our festivals in groups of up to 8 people, or with the people you live with. Babies and toddlers sitting in a buggy or being carried do not count.
- You must maintain a distance of 1.5 metres from festivalgoers who are not part of your group.
Thank you so much for helping us to make this a Covid-proof festival week.
People with disabilities
There is a ramp at the entrance to Gare Maritime so that wheelchair users can access the site. There are also five parking spaces set aside for people with a disabled badge. Please note: you must book this parking spot in advance using this form. The car park is accessed via Havenlaan 86C. You can access Havenlaan via Avenue du Port or Quai de Willebroek and Place des Armateurs.
A hearing loop will be provided at the festival to ensure that persons with hearing aids only hear the amplified music without being disturbed by background noise. There is a zone for audience members with a disability just in front of the stage. You can ask at the entrance if you require assistance to get to the reserved zone. There is also an accessible toilet on the site.