A campfire can be a lot of fun, but just not everywhere. It’s no use at a festival for example. There are no marshmellows. And actually starting a fire there would be arson and that is not so nice.
The use and possession of soft and hard drugs are illegal by Belgian law. Therefore drugs are not welcome at the festival. People who are obviously under the influence can be refused access to the premises. Because drug use is abuse.
You are not allowed to bring your own picnic. The festival is free and its only income comes from the many food and drink stalls. Besides, your own sandwiches are never as good as our burgers.
Any four-legged friend, big or small, must always be kept on a leash. We’re sure Bobby is very sweet, but small children may be afraid of his shiny white teeth.
Urinating out in the open is not neat and very dirty for your shoes. So just don’t do it. Use our clean toilet stalls. The many visitors of the park will be forever grateful afterwards.
Fireworks are beautiful. But mainly appropriate on January 1, so leave your flares and other pyrotechnic articles at home until the timing is right.
It goes without saying that weapons are not allowed at the festival. Weapons are no fun and bad for the festivities.
That we prefer to not see glass bottles or sharp objects on the festival site makes sense. Who takes scissors or a glass bottle with them to go dancing anyway? So do not bring dangerous objects along when you visit us.