La Nature 2021 has been confirmed from Thursday, September 2 to Sunday, September 5. Covid rules and protocols still regulate access to cultural events taking place in September. In order to be able to welcome you in an unmaskable and non-distancing environment, we will put in place a series of measures to make our gathering as safe as possible.
To this end, the Belgian government has introduced the Covid Safe Ticket. This is a certificate that proves that you are « safe ». We would like to remind you that we will do everything to preserve the freedom of our visitors, whether they are vaccinated or not, by giving them a equal treatment.
All the details are explained below.









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To safely enter the festival, you will need:

  • Your valid festival ticket from 2021 (whether purchased in 2019, 2020 or 2021, the ticket must state « 2021 ». The 2021 ticket can be downloaded from your personal ticketing account here: )
  • Your ID card / passport
  • Your ‘Covid Safe Ticket’ certificate

Covid Safe Ticket certificate

The federal government requires that for any event with more than 1,500 people, the festival organization must verify the safety of festival-goers via the COVID SAFE TICKET. In order to enter the festival site, everyone who has access to the « festival bubble » must have a COVID SAFE TICKET.

Before entering the « festival bubble », the safety barriers such as masks and distancing will be applied from the parking lot until the CST (entrance) is verified!

For Belgian residents:

To enter the festival, you will need to present a Covid Safe Ticket, which is available via the CovidSafeBE application. Alternatively, you can go to to download a vaccination/tests certificate or have it sent via regular mail. You should then print it if you can’t have it on your phone.

For Non-Belgian EU residents (+ Iceland, Norway and Switzerland):

You will need a European Digital Covid Certificate (check you country’s app to find the certificate QR code or print it on paper and keep it on you).

If you do not have a smartphone or internet, you can request your vaccination or disease recovery certificates by calling one of the following regional numbers (only for Belgian residents):

Wallonia: 071 31 34 93
Brussels: 02 214 19 19
Flanders: 078 78 78 50
German-speaking Community: 0800 23 0 32

Terms of access & wristbands

On your first arrival at the festival, as well as each of the following days, your access will be conditioned to :

  • a certificate of vaccination valid from 14 days after the vaccination is complete (after 2 injections or only 1 if it is Johnson & Johnson),
  • have done a PCR test with a negative result less than 48 hours prior to your arrival.
  • have done an antigenic test in a pharmacy or on the festival site with a negative result that is less than 24 hours old.
  • have a certificate of cure from Covid-19. This is a certificate of recovery that is valid from 10 days after the date of the first positive PCR test to 180 days after the date of the test.

We will need to scan your Covid certificate during the whole festival to make sure that you are still into the validated time window.


To avoid scanning you for all your back and forth between the campsite and the festival , we will give you colour wristbands that will grant you the access for the whole day of the scan.

If you are going out of the general festival site, you will need to show your valid certificate when coming back in.

Test zone at the festival

La Nature will setup a test zone with antigen rapid tests at the entrance area of the festival for those you are not vaccinated or not completely, that way we can offer you as many options as possible.

The on-site testing times are as follows:

  • Thursday, September 2: 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm
  • Friday, September 3rd: 11am to 9pm
  • Saturday, September 4th: 11am to 9pm
  • Sunday, September 5th: 10am to 12pm

For each test, you will have to pay 5€, that you will then receive back as cashless credit on your noname community card (this credit will only be working for drinks and not for food). Make sure you have your cashless card on you when making the test!

Nevertheless, we ask you to organize your first test prior to the festival by yourself, if possible. That way we can guarantee a faster entry for everyone and reduce waiting times on the test zone.

You should know that two free PCR tests can be requested (under certain conditions) via the MaSanté.be website.

To ensure that you can enjoy 2, 3 or the entire 4 days of the festival, you will be able to take or re-take an antigen test at our test zone every 2 days as the resuls are valid for 24 hours (entry on the day of the test + the next day).

La Nature will answer any questions you would have, just write us here:


Your certificate will be scanned at the entrance without us having access to your health data. Moreover, no visitor data is saved on the scanning devices. Tests on site results will be uploaded in Sciensano and validated by a doctor.

What if I am positive ?

Visitors who test positive will be asked to leave the site and quarantine as safely as possible. Please realize that your result will be uploaded in Sciensano and you will be contacted by the contact tracing.

If you test positive for Covid, you will be able to ask for a voucher that will be valid for our 2022 edition upon presentation of your positive test result.

What if I don’t have a valid certificate or don’t want to make a test ?

Visitors who have a valid ticket but who have not yet been vaccinated and refuse to take a test will not be admitted.

Refusal to take an intermediate compulsory test does not entitle visitors to cancellation, compensation or a refund, regardless of whether or not the person in question has a valid entrance ticket.

It is the sole responsibility and liability of every festival visitor to:

  • have the required documentation and certificates on them at all times;
  • be able to present them at the request of the event organisers;
  • be aware of and respect the rules in force at the campsites and the festival arena.

Coming from EU and Schengen zone ?

Visitors from European countries, and by extension the Schengen zone and the EER, must take into account the colour codes and the associated measures that apply in their destination country.

Non-Belgian residents must submit a European Digital Covid Certificate and also download the Covidsafe app. When the certificate is scanned a green (access) or red (no access) code is displayed.

The certificate contains a standardised QR code that works for all EU residents (+ Iceland, Norway and Switzerland). Test certificates also display the validity of the certificate.



Coming from third countries ?

Visitors from third countries can attend the festival on condition that they agree to a DAILY TEST administered by the medical personnel at our test center. This way these visitors can obtain a valid certificate entitling them to a Covid Safe wristband.