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6-7-8-9 july 23
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Practical information

Find below all the information about Ardentes 2023. We update this page regularly, so it is important to consult it regularly to keep you informed of the latest information.

The festival in practice

You will find all the information concerning :  

Tickets here
Camping here
How to get to the Ardentes here
The volunteers here
PMR accessibility here 
Frequently asked questions here
Contact us here

Doors opening

Festival : 12.30 am - 2pm.

Camping : from Wednesday July 5th at 12am until Monday July 10th at 10am

Getting to the festival

Festival address : Rue de l'Arbre Courte-Joie - 4000 Rocourt.

Camping address : Rue du village - 4000 Rocourt.

From July 5 to 10, take advantage of a discounted round-trip train ticket between any Belgian station and Ans station, thanks to the SNCB. Use the SNCB code* on your festival ticket, which you'll receive on June 22, to travel sustainably and at a reduced price! Free shuttle buses will then take you to the festival and campsite. Buy your Event Train Ticket right here!

If you're arriving at the Guillemins station, take a train connection to Ans station and then take advantage of the free TEC shuttles.

If you're coming from abroad, you'll find more info on the SNCB website.

(*) Festival tickets purchased via Fnac and Night&Day will not receive an SNCB code.

Secure your personal belongings

We provide you with lockers on the festival grounds and on the campsites. Please make sure you choose the right location when you reserve your locker online.

It is already possible to book your locker in advance here. This way you can be sure that you will have a locker when you arrive.

There are lockers with and without a plug. Please note that the lockers have a plug but not the charging cable. There are big and small lockers.

Once the reservation is made, you will receive a confirmation email. A few days before the event, you will receive an email with a QR code and an overview of how to get your locker.

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Les Ardentes is first and foremost a time to celebrate. Our priority is of course the safety of the public, the artists and the festival staff.

As an open and friendly festival, Les Ardentes does not tolerate any misbehavior in terms of equality. Be cool and respect each other. Let everyone enjoy the festival without any inconvenience.

In preparation for this new edition, we have put in place the most appropriate reinforced security measures. In the past weeks we have intensified contacts with the police and local authorities, plans have been adapted and additional measures have been taken. For obvious security reasons, we cannot communicate them in detail but we can confirm an increased police presence in and around the festival grounds. There will also be more security guards.

The controls at the entrance of the festival will be reinforced. Small backpacks (less than 45 cm high) and handbags will be allowed but will be strictly controlled. Visitors will be asked to open their bags spontaneously and show their contents to the control staff.

We will do our utmost to ensure that these additional security measures can take place in the friendly atmosphere of the Ardentes. We would like to thank you for your understanding and cooperation in implementing these measures.

TIP: Do not come to the festival with unnecessary items. If possible, do not bring a backpack or handbag.

The following are not allowed on site

  • Weapons, explosive, flammable or volatile substances.
  • Illegal substances, drugs.
  • Strollers
  • Dangerous, sharp or blunt objects, umbrellas, as well as any object likely to be used as a projectile.
  • Animals (with the exception of guide dogs for visually impaired persons).
  • Non-drinkable liquids and gels in containers larger than 100 ml.
  • Tripods and selfie poles, lasers, drones
  • Large backpacks (> 45 cm height)
  • Gas and gas burners
  • Any other object that may be considered dangerous by the organization


Don't forget that you can have fun without overdoing it.
Don't drink and drive. If in doubt, breathalysers will be available at info points around the festival.