Camping is only accessible with the 4-day pass + Camping! It is not possible to add the Camping after your order.
The Ardentes campsite is located at the following address Rue du Village - 4000 Liège
NEW : THE REGULAR CAMPING and THE CAMPING CHILL
Les Ardentes are taking advantage of their move to extend and improve their CAMPING. From now on, two areas are proposed: the CAMPING REGULAR and the CAMPING CHILL.
The CAMPING REGULAR is the traditional campsite.
CAMPING CHILL is more comfortable as it has more space, more toilets and more showers
The Camping Chill will not be accessible to festival-goers from the Camping Regular, but festival-goers from the Camping Chill will be able to move around in the Camping Regular.
RENT YOUR TENT WITH FESTITENT
Are you dreading the moment when you have to drag your tent, mattress or camping equipment? Can you see yourself struggling with your pegs and bungee cords? Save yourself the trouble and book a FestiTent for 1, 2 or 4 people. All FestiTent tents will be set up by us at the REGULAR CAMPING before your arrival and cannot be moved. You can reserve your FestiTent via this link.
Please note! Don't forget to buy your 4-Day + Camping Regular pass before you book your FestiTent!
SECURE YOUR BELONGINGS WITH MOBILE LOCKER
Campers are advised not to leave valuables in the tents unattended. The organisation declines all responsibility in case of theft. However, lockers will be available on the campsite to keep your belongings safe during the festival. Some lockers will also be equipped with a recharging solution. You can reserve your locker through this link.
1. Opening hours
- The campsite will open on Wednesday 6 July at 12:00 and will be accessible 24 hours a day to people with a valid access bracelet. No access to the campsite will be allowed before. Wild camping in the vicinity of the festival site or the campsite is prohibited.
IT IS IMPERATIVE TO BE ACCREDITED BEFORE GOING TO THE CAMPSITE, in order to exchange your VALID TICKET for a BRACELET for access to the campsite (REGULAR or CHILL). Accreditations for festival goers and campers can be found on Rue de la Tonne at the entrance to the festival site. Once campers have been accredited, they will have to walk to the campsite following a marked route of about 1 km.
Opening hours of the ticket office
- Wednesday 6 July 2022: from 12:00 to 00:00
- Thursday 7 July 2022: 8am to midnight
- Friday 8 July 2022: from 12:00 to 00:00
- Saturday 9 July 2022: from 12:00 to 00:00
- Sunday 10 July 2022: from 12:00 to 00:00
Outside of these hours, people without a wristband will not have access to the campsite.
3. Access to the campsite
The campsite is only accessible with the 4-day pass + campsite. It is not possible to add a camping access later. No tickets will be sold on site.
Access to the campsite will be in accordance with the sanitary regulations in force at the time of the festival.
Conditions of access to the campsite:
- Each camper in a tent must have a CAMPING ticket.
- Each camper must have a valid bracelet with access to the campsite at all times.
- Campers may be subject to checks on the contents of their luggage, as well as to palpation by security guards, at the entrance to the campsite.
Conditions of access for minors:
- All minors must have a signed parental authorisation accompanied by a photocopy of the parents' identity card.
- These documents must be handed in at the security post at the campsite entrance where they will be kept.
- Moreover, any minor under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult within the campsite.
Any person who does not meet these conditions will be refused access to the campsite.
4. The different areas of the campsite
The Village area is located in the middle of the campsite and includes
- The office of the organisation running the campsite
- The shop
- A bar
- A restaurant area: possibility to buy street food
- A red cross first aid point
- A security management post
The sanitary services areas include
- Hot showers
- Drinking water access
Camping Regular is the traditional campsite.
Camping Chill offers :
- More space
- More comfort
- More toilets
- More showers
The Camping Chill will not be accessible to festival goers from the regular campsite. However, festival-goers from the chill campsite will be able to move around the regular campsite.
The Oasis are chalets scattered throughout the campsite where campers can :
- Get information
- Report any problems
- Receive waste bags or toilet paper
5. Food and drink at the CAMPING
Campers may bring their own food (in compliance with the rules on prohibited items).
Barbecue areas where campers can cook their meat will be provided in the village area.
These areas are accessible within the limits of the number of available equipment and are used in accordance with the instructions given by the staff on site.
Samovars with hot water (for freeze-dried food) will also be available.
Breakfast at democratic prices will be served by the FGTB Liège-Huy-Waremme and Latitude Jeunes Solidaris on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 8am to 12pm.
- Non-alcoholic drinks
- Beer in cans or other beverages with an equivalent alcohol content (<10% alc) and up to 6 cans (50 CL max) per person.
- Soft drinks (flavoured or energy drinks) are allowed up to 6 cans or plastic bottles (max. 50 cl per can/plastic bottle) per person.
- Grouping of quantities is not allowed. The quantity limits apply to each person individually.
6. PROHIBITED ITEMS ON THE SITE (NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST)
- Narcotics, water pipes, chichas and others...
- Alcohol: "strong" alcohol, spirits, wines or any unidentifiable mixture.
- Beer in cans or other drinks with an equivalent alcohol content (>10% alc)
- Drinks in unsealed containers. Soft drinks (carbonated drinks)
- Weapons (knives and firearms, sharp objects, blunt objects): knives, machetes, hammers, axes, bats, bars, sticks, etc.
- Glass containers. Empty bottles, even metal ones, are allowed (exception: vials containing medicines)
- Drinks containers
- Tin cans
- Tools: spanners, spanners, pliers, shovels, etc.
- Objects intended to produce an open flame such as small barbecues, gas stoves, alcohol stoves, fuel, candles, gas canisters, etc. (exception: lighters).
- Electric stoves
- Pets (exception: guide dogs for visually impaired people).
- Vehicles: cars, motorbikes, trailers (including 4-wheeled carts pulled by one person), caravans, motor homes, etc.
- Music equipment with a sound level exceeding 90 db. Campers are advised to carefully check the technical characteristics of any equipment before presenting it at the entrance.
- Tents exceeding the permitted dimensions. Awnings, arbours, tarpaulins, etc.
- Swimming pools
- Flammable aerosols and sprays (spray deodorants, hairspray, etc.). Only roller deodorants are allowed
Any unauthorised object left behind by the camper will not be kept by the organisation, nor returned at the end of the festival.
The organisation may refuse access to a camper who wishes to leave an object which is considered impossible or dangerous to store (e.g. gas cylinder).
Any person found on the campsite in possession of one of the above-mentioned prohibited objects will be immediately excluded from the campsite and the festival, permanently and without refund.
7. FOUND OBJECTS
All lost and found items handed in to the organisation will be available at the ticket office in the Village area. Unclaimed items will be handed over to the local authorities.
On arrival at the site, campers are requested to follow the instructions of the ushers and to set up according to the organisation's guidelines. The different areas of the campsite will be opened gradually.
It is forbidden to set up on reserved areas (paths, emergency exits, reserved areas, common areas, etc.). Installations in unauthorised areas will therefore be removed.
The areas are designed to accommodate 2-person tents on 4m2 and 4-person tents on 12m2 (maximum 4 people).
9. PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES
Campers are not allowed to sell food, drinks, or anything else.
The campsite is a place of accommodation intended for rest at night. Campers are asked to respect the peace and quiet of other campers and local residents. Any overflow or excessive noise that disturbs the peace and quiet of other campers may result in exclusion from the campsite and the festival.
Any form of harassment, aggressive, degrading and/or belligerent behaviour will also be considered as a criminal act and may be punished by exclusion from the campsite, permanently and without reimbursement.
It is strictly forbidden (on pain of immediate exclusion) to leave rubbish on the ground. Rubbish bags will be provided free of charge in the Village and Oasis areas. Each camper is requested to sort his rubbish and to deposit his full bags at the collection points spread throughout the campsite.
It is forbidden to damage the trees, to cut branches and to damage the ground. Any damage to the vegetation, fences, grounds or facilities will be the responsibility of the person responsible, who will be required to pay the cost of repairing the damage.
In general, each camper is requested to refrain from any action that could harm the cleanliness, hygiene and general appearance of the campsite and its facilities, particularly the sanitary facilities.
The pitch that has been used during the stay must be returned in the same condition as the camper found it on arrival.
If you are camping, make sure that you only take the strictly necessary household packaging with you so as not to produce an excess of useless waste! Remember to take a water bottle that you can fill with water. Avoid plastic cutlery and plates! Instead, take reusable cutlery and plates (which you can wash after each use), or biodegradable tableware. Biodegradable tableware is an interesting alternative to disposable plastic tableware made from petroleum.
Waste bins will be provided on the campsite. However, in order to limit packaging, you are advised to use "Tupperware" type containers to hold your food instead of highly polluting aluminium packaging. When shopping, buy a group or family pack instead of individual portions. Also avoid individual packages and buy your products in bulk and not pre-packaged. Take a dynamo, rechargeable battery or solar powered torch. Finally, choose a reusable razor over a plastic one and use eco-friendly soap.
There is a Red Cross office at the entrance to the campsite. Security guards and stewards will be permanently present at the entrance and inside the campsite. Do not hesitate to inform them of any problem.
12. CONTACTS AND INFORMATION
Campers are invited to regularly check the festival's social networks and the website for information about the organisation of the campsite.