12-15/06/24 Hradec Králové
Park 360

ACCESSIBLE RFP: THE ULTIMATE INFO FOR 2024

Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask (or someone already asked for you and we thought it appropriate to spread the answers around 😊).

TICKETS

We offer discounted admission for disabled and disabled/PIC card holders and accompanying persons. You can conveniently buy them online.

SHIPPING

You can arrive by car (parking info below) or by public transport. From the main train station, which is right next to the bus station, there will be a shuttle service to the festival, namely low-floor city buses with a platform for wheelchair users. The timetable can be found on the RFP mobile app or on the website just before the festival.

PARKING

If you are driving and want to park within the grounds, purchase parking in advance here. There is a special VIP parking lot for disabled and PWDs, as close as possible to the main entrance of the venue. If you have extra space in your car, offer it for carpooling via the Yedem app (available for download from May 2024).

CAMP

The standard campsite will have space for several dozen tents as close to the main entrance as possible. There will be an accessible lockable toilet in the campsite. Overnight camping with your own tent can be purchased online (we do not offer special tickets for disabled campers, so buy a standard 4 day camp).

SANITARY FACILITIES

Lockable, wheelchair-accessible mobile toilets will be located throughout the festival grounds and in the specially designated campsite. The locks will be by numerical code (the number combination will be given to you at the info point or in the wheelchair-accessible rest tent). Two wheelchair-accessible showers with a Eurokey-locked toilet can be found in the area next to the wheelchair-accessible tent. If you do not have a Eurokey, the tent staff will lend you one.

RAISED PLATFORMS

At the two main open-air stages (KB stage and YouTube Music stage) there will be raised platforms for a better view of the stage. Only wheelchair users are allowed on the platform. There is no charge for access to the platform, nor is it possible to reserve the space in advance

ACCESSIBILITY OF THE AREA

Mobile ramps made of recycled plastic will be placed throughout the venue to provide access to important points such as accreditation or information, but also to dining and relaxation areas, partner zones, festival merch, hangars, bars, etc.

WHEELCHAIR-ACCESSIBLE REST TENT

The tent can be found near the Europe 2 stage. Entrance is restricted to disabled persons with disabilities and disabled/P with an accompanying person. It is a space for rest, and refreshment, at the same time the tent serves as an info point, you can recharge your electric wheelchair (or phone) and we can help with basic repairs of the wheelchair (or call someone 🙂 ). In the tent, there will be seating bags, couches, and tables with benches. The tent with staff will be open until about 23.00.

GUIDE DOGS

You can’t escape the noise and sounds at the festival. At the same time, this year we expect an attendance of 40,000 people, not even in front of people. The venue is located in the area of a former military airfield, so there is not much shade. It is therefore not a suitable environment even for specially trained dogs. Please leave them at home and take a human partner or partner who will enjoy the festival with you.

WHERE TO GET MORE INFORMATION AT THE FESTIVAL

Most essential information, including a map and program, can be found on the mobile app or the website. You can download the app from the App Store and Google Play.

There is an info point in the so-called 24-hour zone (outside the festival grounds). A wheelchair-accessible rest tent will be the central repository of information. Any questions can also be sent via social media.

Before the festival, email Radka Hajkova at [email protected], who is in charge of the RfP project. In case of extreme emergency, you can call 730 158 883.

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