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LOCATION and MEANS OF ACCESS

Historic centre of Thy-le-Château

By car 50.283453, 4.429626, favour car pooling, follow the signs.

By public transport, click here for timetables.

PARKING AREAS - map

Cars and mobile homes in the meadow at Ferme Lorge, 800 metres from the festival site, shuttle bus every half-hour.

Bikes on the Ravel near the entrances.

PRM to be booked via thycelticdays@gmail.com

DOORS OPEN 10.00 am

SITE CLOSES MIDNIGHT 30

       ENTRANCE 1 (on the old station side)

Festival-goers with tickets must have them scanned.

Festival-goers without tickets must pay in cash or by credit card.

Press, entrance cards and guests (listings).

       ENTRANCE 2 (church side)

Festival-goers with tickets must have them scanned.

Festival-goers without tickets must pay in cash or by credit card.

FOOD STANDS AND BARS

 

In bars, use tokens to pay for drinks.

At food stands, take orders at the counter and pay in cash or by credit card. For online pre-sales, have your meal tickets scanned.

SAFETY AND WELL-BEING

Security is provided at the 2 entrances and at various points around the site by an approved security company.

It is essential to comply with the following provisions:

bulky bags (backpacks), blunt objects, fireworks, illegal substances, alcoholic beverages and food (except for infants and people suffering from food allergies) are strictly forbidden. A bottle of mineral water is tolerated in hot weather. 

Animals, except guide dogs, are not permitted on the event site.

ENVIRONMENT AND CLEANLINESS

Drinks (soft drinks, draught beers and fruit juices) are served in recyclable cups provided by the Town of Walcourt and Celtic Days, which can be purchased in the bars for a token, while special beers, wines and spirits are served in glasses.

 

Rubbish should be disposed of in the selective sorting bins located in the marquees and throughout the site.


Cigarette butts are the most common form of litter on festival sites. Be WaPP asbl is working in Wallonia to improve public cleanliness by developing initiatives to reduce littering and illegal dumping. During the weekend, a cigarette butt collection is organised as an awareness-raising campaign.

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