FAQ

Here you find all the info you need to know; like ‘ No dogs allowed’. Information regarding the Festival and whereabouts will follow.

GENERAL INFO

Where and when is Living Village 2020?

Living Village 2020 takes place on July 15 till 19, 2020 at Brinkweg 26B in Dalfsen, Netherlands. You will find the route description on our contact page
The campsite will be open from Tuesday 14 July, 3:00 pm. You can stay on the campsite until Monday 20 July, 12:00 noon.

Volunteering at Living Village?

If you want to be a volunteer at Living Village, you are welcome to register from 1 February 2020 via the “volunteer” button on the homepage of this site.

Participate in Living Village?

Do you own a market stall, food truck or do you want to participate as an artist, workshop teacher or otherwise, please contact us

How much is a ticket?

The price of a ticket depends on when you buy it. Kids tickets are for children aged 5 till 12. More information about tickets

What is the price of the coins?

The price of one coin is € 1.25.

Is there an ATM?

No, there is no cash machine at Living Village where you can withdraw cash. You can pay for tickets and coins with cash, debit card or credit card.

MATERIAL FLOW

Can I bring disposable plastic items?

No, please, don’t bring disposable plastic items. The Festival has its own way of dealing with waste. During the festival itself, we recycle as much as possible. We ask everyone to bring their own plate, cup, and cutlery. With this, you can get food from the food trucks. Our bars offer reusable pouring cups.

Can I wash my food utensils somewhere?

There are several areas on the property to do your dishes. Here you can wash your plate, cup, and cutlery. Dishcloth and towels are always very handy to take yourself!

Eating utensils circulation

At the washing streets you can also let your eating utensils dry, and then take someone else’s mug for example. So bring gear that you like to share with others 😉

Glass!

Glass is forbidden on the entire festival site, including the campsite. In this way, everyone can safely experience what it feels like to walk barefoot!

TRANSPORT

How do I get from the train station to the festival?

From the train station it’s a 10-minute walk, follow the signs “Living Village”. If you have a lot of luggage and want to save energy to party, a shuttle bus runs from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm that will take you to and from the station for € 2.00 per person.

Can I come with the camper/caravan or converted cattle trailer?

Yes, there is a separate campsite for vehicles where you can sleep. PAY ATTENTION! FOR THIS YOU NEED TO BUY A CAMPER TICKET!!!

Can I park my car by my tent?

No, no vehicles are allowed on the tents camping. You can park your car in the parking lot.

What does it cost to park my vehicle?

Parking is free when you are in possession of a valid ticket. Make sure to don’t leave any valuables in the car.

Can I also come by motorcycle?

Yes, all vehicles can be parked in the parking lot.

Want to get a ride?

During the previous editions, many visitors arranged a ride with someone else via https://www.rickyrides.com.

CAMPING

Fire?

Making your own fire is absolutely not permitted on the campsite and festival grounds. There will be several fire places on the festival grounds where you can enjoy a fire. Temple Grounds is in charge of the Sacred Fire and it will burn for 24 hours.

What are the opening times of the campsite?

The campsite is open on Tuesday, July 14, from 3:00 PM to Monday, July 20, at 12:00 PM. Pay attention! Every day from 10 pm to 9 in the morning, it’s not permitted to enter the campsite from outside of the site. The campsite is accessible from the festival site.

Is it possible to rent a tent?

No, you will have to bring your own tent/box or sheet.

What sanitary facilities are there?

Showers and toilets are available. Please note:
No matter how refreshing, it is forbidden to swim in the river Vecht, because of the currents and safety!

Can I cook at the campsite?

It is not permitted to take large gas installations or large gas bottles with you. Do you want to be the chef at the campsite? No problem: You can take small camping gas bottles with a valve cartridge or screw cartridge (screw connection between bottle and (cooking) appliance). Note that a maximum of 190 grams applies to this.

Are there camping shops?

No, unfortunately, they’re not here yet. We do, however, have a diverse range of Food Trucks and Market Stalls

Is there electricity at the campsite?

No, there is no electricity at the campsite.

Do I have to use the campsite?

No, although it is, of course, the most pleasant if you stay overnight at the campsite, you can also sleep somewhere else: with your wristband, you can simply go on and off the terrain 24 hours a day.

Can the campsite get full?

The Living Village campsite opens on Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m. Everyone must have left on Monday at 12:00 a.m. Do you only arrive on Friday, Saturday or even Sunday? This is not a problem: there is enough space for everyone at the campsite, the campsites cannot get full.

FESTIVAL SITE

Opening hours

Wednesday, July 15 from 1:00 PM to Sunday, July 19 at 12:00 AM. Only with a valid wristband.

Fire?

Making your own fire is absolutely not permitted on the campsite and festival grounds. There are several fire places on the festival grounds where you can enjoy the fire. Temple Grounds is in charge of the Sacred Fire and it will burn for 24 hours.

Swimming

No matter how refreshing, it is forbidden to swim in the river Vecht, because of the currents and safety!

Bags on the festival site?

Only bags that are 30 x 21 x 10 cm in the original and unfolded state are allowed at the festival site. On the campsites, however, larger bags are allowed.

Can I enter and leave the site in between?

Festival grounds are open day and night for camping visitors. If you are not staying at the campsite (uncomfortable), you can enter the site between 9:00 AM and 10:00 PM. Between 22:00 and 9:00 the next morning you cannot enter the campsite from outside the site.

Are there lockers?

No, there are no lockers available.

NEED HELP?

Accessibility

Living Village wants to be accessible to as many people as possible. Do you need some extra support to make Living Village possible? We will be happy to look together at the possibilities. Please send your application before 1 July 2020. Is your question not among our frequently asked questions? Then contact us via info@livingvillage.nl

First-aid

An extensive first-aid post is available at the festival site. You can go here for small things, such as a painkiller or a patch, or for serious cases. In addition, the First Aid staff will keep a close eye on guests for discomfort and disturbances. Follow the instructions of our employees and emergency services at all times. In case of a calamity, we advise you to remain calm and to contact security or the organization. There is also a first-aid post at the campsite.

Less mobile?

We have sanitary facilities available for less mobile visitors. Living Village wants to be accessible to as many people as possible. Do you need some extra support to make Living Village possible for you? We will be happy to look together at the possibilities. Please send your application before 1 July 2020. Is your question not listed among our frequently asked questions? Then contact us via info@livingvillage.nl