An urban festival in a rural setting, since the first outing Les Ardentes has offered a taste of the joys of camping next to the Meuse river.
You can have access to the camping site only with the 4-DAY PASS + CAMPING.
CAMPING OPENING HOURS
The camping site is open from wed. 4th july at 6 pm to mon. 11th july at noon.
CAMPING Opening hours
● Wednesday 3 july from 5pm to 10pm.
● Thrusday 4 july from 8am to midnight.
● Friday 5 july from 12:30 to midnight.
● Saturday 6 july from 12:30 to midnight.
● Sunday 7 july from 12:30 to 10pm.
The campsite is divided into different areas: The "village" zone is the area including the facilities and equipment at the service of campers: it is located at the entrance of the campsite and includes the marquee (campers, bar, breakfast area), the cooking area, the main health facilities.
The campsites zones
Lime - Blue - Orange - Red
Inside the campsites:
● Garbage disposal and sorting areas
● The toilet
In each area of the campsite, stewards will circulate between the tents to inform you about the operation of the campsite and its activities. They will also ensure the proper functioning and tranquility of the campsite. These stewards will also be in possession of garbage bags and toilet paper.
ATTENTION: campers must respect the instructions of the agents and respect the strict alignment that is planned.
FOOD, BEVERAGES AND ANIMATIONS AT CAMPING
In the "village" area, our bar can serve you beers and soft drinks, as well as breakfasts in the morning.
The camping bar opens its fridges and pumps from Wednesday, July 5 at 18:00.
You can buy drink tickets on Wednesdays from 6 pm to 3 am and on the following days from 9.30 am to 3 am
The bar will close permanently in the night from Sunday to Monday at 2:30.
The breakfasts are served by the FGTB Liège-Huy-Waremme and Latitude Jeunes Solidaris. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning, from 9:30 to 13h, they offer you to come for lunch at a democratic price under the big tent at the entrance of the campsite.
In the "village" area you will also find the "cooking" area where you can buy hot dogs. If you bring your own food, our volunteers will be happy to cook your meat on the barbecue, or warm your dish in the microwave, kettles will also be available.
The cooking area is open from Thursday to Sunday from 12:00 to 15:00 and from 18:00 to 21:00.
WHAT IS PROHIBITED ON THE SITE
Any stupefying product.
Any glass container. The cans are allowed within the limit of 12 (x33cl) or (8x50cl) per person. Water pipes, shishas.
All types of lights exceeding the size of a lighter flame (candles, burners and other gas installations ...). A cooking zone is planned in the host village. You can come and cook your food on the barbecue.
Tools (flat wrenches, pliers, shovels) that can be used to disassemble the grids.
Anyone trying to climb, open or damage infrastructure, or fraudulently introduce objects inside the campsite, will be immediately excluded from the campsite and festival.
Cars, motorcycles, trailers, caravans, camper, etc. endanger the safety of campers.
Domestic animals, except guide dogs. Installation of music (sound system).
Too loud music is not allowed: do not forget to respect the sleep of others.
Commercial Activities: Campers are not allowed to sell food, drinks, or anything else.
The distribution of leaflets and other promotional material is prohibited.
Sharp objects, blunt and any other material harmful to the user-friendliness of the campsite are forbidden. (knives, fireworks, firecrackers ...).
If the camper decides to abandon a forbidden object to access the campsite, the organization is under no obligation to ensure its return. Awnings and arbours, as well as all large tents exceeding 9m2.
Anyone caught on the campsite in possession of one of the aforementioned prohibited objects will be immediately excluded from the campsite and the festival, definitively and without refund.
Access to the campsite will be prohibited to anyone who violates these rules. Offenders expose themselves to prosecution.
Toilets and showers (open from 7am to 10pm, from Thursday to Sunday included) are available free of charge in the "village" area. Additional toilets will also be installed in the different camp areas.
Several drinking water points are available in the campsite. They are not intended for household use (dishes, laundry) or sanitary (free showers available). A fountain is provided for this purpose in the village.
The surface you can use to install your tent is 4 m2 (2 people); 9 m2 (location 4 people). It is not allowed to reserve a location for future arrivals, except with the express permission of the organization. Please install your tent in the area designated by the members of the organization and respect the markings on the ground delimiting the firewalls and emergency exit. Any installation (tent, turnbuckles, etc.) likely to hamper the passage of help will be dismantled. You may be asked to optimize your space and thus allow the installation of all. Canopies of large sizes, arbours, tarpaulins stretched etc. are forbidden.
A permanence of the Red Cross is accessible at the entrance of the campsite. Security guards and stewards will be permanently present at the entrance and inside the campsite. Do not hesitate to report any problem.
Despite the presence of security guards, it is impossible to monitor the affairs of each camper. Never leave valuables in your tent unattended. The organization declines all responsibility in case of theft.
RESPECT OF THE SITE AND OTHER CAMPERS
It is strictly forbidden (under penalty of immediate exclusion) to leave your rubbish on the ground. Garbage bags are available for free at the campers' reception. Please sort your garbage and drop it at the nearest collection point. The camper is forbidden to denature trees, cut branches and degrade the soil. Any act of degradation against vegetation, fences, land or facilities will be the responsibility of the author, who will pay the cost of restoration. In general, everyone should be required to refrain from any action that could affect the cleanliness, hygiene and general appearance of the campsite and its facilities, including health. The location that has been used during the stay must be returned to the state in which the camper found it when it entered the premises.