- Minimum age
- Celebrate Safe
- Protect your ears
- Public transport
- Car and parking
- Social media
Ticket sales for Free Festival 2017 start on Saturday the 4th of February at 1:00PM CET. Regular tickets will cost €25 excl. fee.
Tokens can be payed with bankcard or cash. Make sure to bring enough cash since there’s no ATM at the festival site.
The minimum age for Free Festival is 18 years. This means you need to be 18 years or older at the day of the event. We won’t make any exceptions on this. Make sure you bring a valid ID card. No ID card means no entrance.
The drugs policy at Free Festival is zero-tolerance. This means that all types of soft- and hard drugs are not allowed.
Art of Dance thinks it’s important that everyone can party as safe as possible. However, we do realize that partying can go along with risks. Therefore we will be promoting Celebrate Safe during Free Festival. During Free Festival a Celebrate Safe stand will be available for a visit. Here the volunteers will answer all your questions. Whenever it comes to your ears buzzing, that one handsome guy/girl you just met, drugs or alcohol, at the Celebrate Safe stand you will be welcome at all times.
Not feeling well? Sick? Or do you see a friend or anyone around you who is feeling sick? Do not hesitate and go to the first aid. At the first aid you are always welcome and you will be treated confidentially!
Free Festival will take place at the Almere Strand, located at the Muiderzandweg in Almere.
There will be e-lockers available at Free Festival. A locker costs €7, there’s no disposit. You’ll receive a locker number and a PIN code. Keep your PIN code private!
We highly recommend to buy your e-locker in our online pre-sale. You’ll receive an email with your locker number and PIN code on the day before the event. No waiting line at the locker desk, more time to party!
You have only got one pair of ears, so be careful with those. Make sure you wear hearing protection. Also don’t stand to close by speakers, because you can suffer from hearing loss afterwards. At the kiosk you can buy hearing protection.
Planning to come to Free Festival by train? Train station Almere Poort is the closest train station to Free Festival. From that station it’s a 10 minute walk to the festival, so there won’t drive shuttle buses.
During Free Festival there will be construction works on the railway in Weesp. This will affect your tip if you’re coming from (near) Amsterdam. Use www.ns.nl to plan your trip or use the NS Reisplanner Xtra app for up-to-date advice.
Looking for an easy and comfortable way to travel to Free Festival? Event travel organizes bus trips from many different places in the Netherlands. A perfect solution for those who don’t own a car or don’t want to drive to the event themself. Book your bus ticket at eventtravel.nl. Their bus trips start in your city of choice and end at the Almere Strand. You’ll be picked up and dropped off close to the festival site.
Please register your coach at onlineticket.nl (Free Festival page will be online about 2 weeks before the event). In this way you’ll receive all important travel information for the bus driver.
Will you travel to Free Festival by car? There are lots of parking spots at the Almere Strand. Follow the signs and the instructions from our parking staff. Please make sure to remember where you have parked your car! Parking tickets are available at the parking entrance for €15 and need to be paid cash.
The official hashtag for Free Festival is #FreeFestival2017. We’ll cover the event live on our social channels:
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