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You will find here a set of guidelines to help preserve respect, unity and freedom for everyone in a temporary gathering of a few thousand people.
We ask you, in anticipation, to read this entire guide, to embrace its principles and to pass on its word to those close to you.

Practical Information

Opening Hours

from Thursday 22 June 12pm until Monday 26 June 12pm.

from Thursday 22 June 6pm until Sunday 25 June 12am.

Minimum Age

The minimum age to enter the festival is 18 years. If you haven’t reached the age of 18, the access will be denied. The ticket will not be refunded.

Young children, 3 to 10 years old, accompanied, supervised, and under the full responsibility of their parents are accepted as long as they do not stay in the general campsite (too noisy), that they are under the full responsibility of their parents, that they wear hearing protection and that they are declared at the festival entrance.


Pets are not allowed on the festival site or on the campsite.

Ticket resale

In order to avoid any scamming and to ensure secure transactions between our valued participants, the official resale of tickets is only possible through our partner Ticketswap via this link.

The most secure way to get a ticket remains our official online ticket shop.

Transport & Parking

How to get there ?

– by public transportation: from Liège Guillemins train station to Baraque de Fraiture with TEC Express bus line E69 (timetable)

– by bus: we’re organizing additional bus line options; please see here

– carpooling/hitchhiking: connect with the community and organize carpooling via our private FB group: Trippin’ to La Nature festival
OR you can use our partnership tool Carpool.be here.

– by car: GPS 50°15’21.4N 5°44’00.8E

In an effort to continually improve the sustainability and carbon footprint of the festival, we strongly recommend carpooling. It is a first step to meeting the community you are sharing this adventure with as well as taking the strain off the car park and reducing your carbon footprint. La Nature tends to take you to the heart of a social journey, which starts at your doorstep.

Car & bike parkings are free and close to the festival site. Do not leave valuables in your cars. We decline all responsibility in the event of theft.

Free Water

Potable water will be available free of charge at several places on the site. Water tanks will allow you to quench your thirst and refill your cups and water bottles.

Remember water is precious; use it wisely


We have a zero-tolerance policy for drug use during the festival. However, we also provide a safe place, in collaboration with Drugs Care (CAL Luxembourg), for anyone who has used and wants to find answers to their questions, learn about harm reduction methods or just talk.

Limitations on the campsite

A maximum of 24 beers and 1 bottle of alcohol will be allowed per person on the campsite during the weekend. No glass container/bottle will be allowed tho.

Prohibited on the campsite

Bottle/container or any other glass object, weapon, sharp, blunt or dangerous object (even dummy), barbecue, burners, stove, small stove (such as camping gas), gas bottle (domestic or other), generator, animals (except guide dogs for blind or accompanying), illegal substances, drugs, fridge, party tents (only sleeping tents allowed).

This is a non-exhaustive list, and we ask you to use your common sense. Everyone is responsible for ensuring safety on the campsite to create a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere.

Prohibited on the festival

Alcohol, bottle/container or any other glass and plastic object (except for the reusable cups), metal can, weapon or sharp, blunt or dangerous object (even fake), food (except from the festival foodtrucks), bulky bag, animals (except guide or companion dogs), illegal substances, drugs, non-degradable glitter and confetti.


Inclusivity & Respect

At La Nature, we aim to integrate inclusiveness into everything we do. Not only by the artists we host but also by our partners and collaborators.

Participants, artists, staff, it is everyone’s responsibility to safeguard the values of the festival and club culture by creating an inclusive environment for all.

Everyone, regardless of ethnicity, nationality, migration status, social class, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, sexuality, religion, age, physical condition or ability, has the right to perform at a festival and to enjoy music and party in an environment free from bullying, harassment or discrimination of any kind.

We strive each year to take additional steps beyond the status quo to ensure equality and foster spaces that allow everyone to feel comfortable and safe. Spaces that will enable everyone to feel welcome and to be themselves.

If you feel unsafe or disrespected at any time, please speak to the badge-wearing organisers. We will be there to help and support you.

Intimacy & Privacy

There is no harm in taking a few shots of your time at La Nature with your smartphone, and we take that as a compliment, but we strongly advise you to leave it out as often as possible. Avoid taking videos, especially when they capture the faces of your surroundings. It is vital that everyone feels free during the festival and does not have to worry about being posted on social networks afterwards. Moreover, it often hinders the artists from building their vibe.

Thank you for being so understanding.


When you arrive, look for the first aid point and emergency exits on the map in case you or someone you know needs them during the festival. Bring a small first aid kit if you can. Of course, our teams will be able to help people with physical or psychological problems at any time. There are quiet places to relax and rest.


As you know, La Nature Festival is the fusion of artists, festival-goers and organisers in the same place for one week during the summer solstice.

Respect for the environment is one of our core values, and every year we try to take the measures of respect, sustainability and waste separation management even further.

An eco team will work tirelessly during the festival, but that doesn’t stop you from taking the first step towards a healthier environment for everyone. There will be sorting islands throughout the site as well as ashtrays, both fixed and portable. Please feel free to use them and help us to reduce our carbon footprint a little bit more.

In 2021 and 2022, we added a new dimension to our commitment, the climate dimension.  We have therefore carried out an annual carbon footprint®.  In a few words, the carbon footprint® is a tool that allows us to estimate our GHG emissions to reduce them and thus limit our impact on the climate.

This new dimension takes into account not only the activities within the festival but also all the elements on which the festival depends for its smooth running:

– CO2 from fossil fuels (petrol, diesel, kerosene) used for the travel of festival-goers, organisers, artists and the transport of goods and equipment (sound system, food,…)

– CO2 for the production of electricity for lighting and all audiovisual equipment

– CO2 linked to the fossil energy needed to manufacture the equipment and the rented spaces (building, tent, bars, barriers, sound system, etc.)

– Methane (CH4) linked to the burping of the cattle and other ruminants that make up certain meals.

As you can see, our emissions result from an interdependence between festival-goers, artists, suppliers, service providers, and the organising team.