We at Peace & Love receive a lot of emails and phone calls from visitors with questions. Often many of these questions are quite similar. Here, you will soon find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive.
If the information you are looking for isn’t available here, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or +46 (0)243 169 60 and we’ll be happy to answer your questions!
Age limit: Is there an age limit at Peace & Love?
Yes, the age limit at Peace & Love is 15 for the festival site and 16 for the camping site. Children who are no older than 12 but younger than 15 (festiva site) or 16 (camping site) can buy a ticket and attend the festival, but only in the company of a guardian/parent. Children under the age of 12 can enter the festival for free in the company of a guardian/parent. Relatives, friends and parents’ of friends are not considered guardians/parents.
Campsite: Can I cook my own food?
To an extent. Fire with open flames are prohibited at Peace & Love, cooking should take place in the designated cooking area, a gravelled area (see campsite map), and only by using a camping kitchen or disposable barbeque. This is for safety reasons. All flammable liquids are forbidden at the campsite, with the exception of liquids usable only for cooking at the camping kitchen. Remember that you are personally responsible for extinguishing the fire/barbeque etc before you leave. Remember to clean up before you go! If you do light a fire at any other part of the campsite this could at worst be considered attempted arson.
Campsite: Which ticket do I need to get access to the campsite?
Only those who have bought a festival pass including camping can access the campsites. At the ticket-festival pass exchange, where your ticket is exchanged for a festival bracelet, visitors with a camping ticket will be given a special bracelet that gains you access to the campsite. Thus, the campsite is not available to those who do not have a camping ticket. If you are staying with someone else in your tent, this person must also buy a camping ticket.
Please note that camping is not and cannot be included in one or two day passes, which means that the holder of such a ticket cannot access the campsite.
Campsites: Can I get onto the regular campsite if I have a ticket to the Quiet camp?
Yes, those who have bought a ticket to the Quiet Campsite or Quiet Campsite Deluxe will also have access to the regular campsite as the medical tent and Bazaar are located there. However you have to live and sleep at the campsite to which you bought a ticket.
Campsites: Where are they?
The campsites are at a walking distance from the festival site, the town centre and tourist information. A map will be available at a later date.
Card: Can I pay by card at Peace & Love?
In some places you can use your card but to be on the safe side we suggest bringing cash. You can also withdraw money just outside the festival site.
Day passes: Are there one and two day passes to the festival?
Yes, there are! Buy your ticket here.
Food: Is there food for sale at the festival?
Yes, there are plenty of food stands both at the campsite and the festival site.
Gate-crashing: What happens if I gate-crash?
All occasions of break-ins will be reported to the police and can lead to a huge fine. If someone who has a valid festival pass breaks into an area where he/she does not have access to their festival bracelet will be cut off immediately and the person will be escorted out of the festival site.
Mobile: Can I charge my phone battery anywhere?
Yes, there will be mobile charging available for a fee. You will find these at both the festival site and at the campsites.
Opening hours: When is the campsite open?
The Peace & Love 2013 Festival is held between the 25th and 29th of June. The campsites will open on Monday the 24th at noon and close on Sunday the 30th at noon.
Parking: Is there parking available at Peace & Love?
Yes, there is a long-term parking available where you are allowed to park your car for the duration of the festival against a fee. More information will be available closer to the festival. We recommend that you use public transport to get to the festival, it's simple and better for the environment.
Quiet Camp Deluxe: What is this?
Those who live at Quiet campsite Deluxe can enjoy free access to showers, toilets (the ones that flush!) and mobile charging. This campsite is also the one closest to the festival. Please note that you have to be 20 years old to be allowed to stay at the Quiet campsite Deluxe.
Regular vs Quiet Camp: What is the difference?
The Quiet campsite is for those who want peace and quiet when the concerts are over so that you can sleep. This campsite should also be cleaner as the campsite is smaller and fewer people live here.
Showers: Can I shower at the campsites?
Yes, there are a number of places at the campsite where you can shower against a fee. Remember to bring your own towel.
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