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Down The Rabbit Hole

GENERAL INFO

‘WHERE YOU ARE WHO YOU ARE WHEN NO ONE CAN SEE YOU’

On June 23 + 24 + 25, we’re going to take a three day tumble in De Groene Heuvels (The Green Hills) park, hidden in the rolling land between the Maas and Waal rivers for Down The Rabbit Hole!

Down The Rabbit Hole says adventure, confusion, surrealism and psychedelics, which has been an inspiration for (psycho) rockers, DJs, artists, designers and filmmakers ever since the rise of the pop culture in the uncurbed 1960s… Good company, so get ready to tumble…

And we will go down collectively, so be prepared. A frontrunner line-up on the stages and equal measures of thrill in and around those tents. Notable acts from the past include:

ANOHNI, Clark, Courtney Barnett, Damien Rice, Damon Albarn, De Staat, Factory Floor, Floating Points, Flume, Flying Lotus, Foals, Glass Animals, Iggy Pop, Leftfield, Mac DeMarco, MGMT, Mura Masa, Oscar and the Wolf, Patti Smith, PJ Harvey, Róisín Murphy, Ryan Adams, Savages, The Black Keys, The Naked And Famous, The National and The War On Drugs.

We have all the time in the world, there’s no rush. Take your time to dine in dozens of restaurants from all corners of the earth, go meditate in the forest, lie down in the green pasture, swim for a bit, strum by the campfire, discover hidden discos… Have a ball with brand-new bands or finally see that classic artist in full swing. We’re out and we’re loose! Build your own party and celebrate, enjoy what you do, all with an open mind and in a sustainable way: we’ll keep it green & clean.

A trip to Down The Rabbit Hole is a perfect summer getaway! Bring your own camping gear or rent luxurious accommodations at our Rabbit Resort.

Down The Rabbit Hole, where you are who you are when no one can see you…

GETTING THERE

FREE SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE
There's a free shuttle bus service running between Wijchen Station and Down The Rabbit Hole during the festival. 

TIME SCHEDULE:
WIJCHEN STATION --> DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE FESTIVAL SITE
Thursday: First bus leaves at 12.00h, last bus at 00.45h
Friday: First bus leaves at 08.00h, last bus at 00.45h
Saturday: First bus leaves at 08.00h, last bus at 00.45h
Sunday: First bus leaves at 08.00h, last bus at 00.45h
Monday: First bus leaves at 08.00h, last bus at 14.00h

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE FESTIVAL SITE --> WIJCHEN STATION
Thursday: First bus leaves at 12.30h, last bus at 00.00h
Friday: First bus leaves at 08.00h, last bus at 00.00h
Saturday: First bus leaves at 08.30h, last bus at 00.00h
Sunday: First bus leaves at 08.30h, last bus at 00.00h
Monday: First bus leaves at 08.00h, last bus at 14.00h

The last shuttle bus of the day connects to the last trains going to Nijmegen and ‘s Hertogenbosch from Wijchen Station.

Please note: the shuttle bus service does not run at night.

The shuttle buses connect to the last trains arriving and departing from Wijchen station but they do not have fixed departures. Therefore, make sure you plan your trip carefully and please bear any unexpected delays in mind. A shuttle bus takes about 20 minutes. The shuttle buses are free.

BY CAR?
Navigate to Beuningen, Gelderland, The Netherlands and follow the yellow signs ‘P Down The Rabbit Hole’. By following the sings, you will get directed to the nearest available parking location. Please note that cars are banned on the camp site. Presale parking tickets costs €15,- via Ticketmaster. Parking tickets cost €25,- on site.

BY AIRPLANE?
Flying out to The Netherlands for Down The Rabbit Hole? Then book a flight to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Rotterdam – The Hague Airport, Eindhoven Airport, Weeze Airport (Germany) or Düsseldorf Airport (Germany). From there, take a train or coach to Wijchen Station. You can catch a free shuttle bus from Wijchen Station to Down The Rabbit Hole.

It will take you approximately 1,5 to 2 hours from all of these five airports to get to Down The Rabbit Hole. 

Planning your public transport journey? The 9292OV public transport journey planner or the NS train journey planner might come in handy for traveling using trains, busses, metro's and trams in The Netherlands. You can buy your public transport tickets at the tram, train, metro or bus station where you're departing from: it's not neccessary to buy your tickets in advance. In the case you’re flying through Weeze or Düsseldorf Airport (both in Germany) and traveling to Down The Rabbit Hole by train, you might want to book a coach ticket or train ticket in advance.

BY TRAIN?
It's easy to get to Down The Rabbit Hole by train: please navigate to Wijchen Station. From this station you can take a free shuttle bus to Down The Rabbit Hole, which will depart approximately every 20 minutes.
Planning your public transport journey? The 9292OV public transport journey planner or the NS train journey planner might come in handy. You can buy your public transport tickets at the tram, train, metro or bus station where you're departing from: it's not necessary to buy your tickets in advance.

BY BIKE?
You can park your bike at our bicycle parking area next to the festival entrance, just follow the signs. A bike ride from Nijmegen to Down The Rabbit Hole will take you about 45 minutes.

BY MOTORCYCLE?
Are you bringing your motorcycle? You can park your motorcycle at our Camper Camping: you can use one Camper Camping ticket 2 motorbikes + 1 tent tents OR 2 + 1 engine. You can also park your motorbike at our motorcycle parking area (near the entrance) and stay at our regular camping. Please note you'll need an additional Camper Camping ticket if you would like to camp on our Camper Camping.

BY CAMPING VEHICLE?
You're welcome to bring your own RV, trailer or tent trailer, but please note that you'll have to buy an additional Camper Camping ticket, which costs you €69,- (Ticketmaster fee included). Only camping vehicles that meet the requirements laid down in the Dutch Road Traffic Regulations are allowed. Please note there is no electricity available on our campings.

Gas cylinders are only allowed in RV's and not trailers and trailer tents and only when a recent MOT report (max 1 year old) can be shown.

Are you bringing a trailer or tent trailer? You don't have to buy an additional parking ticket: this is included in the price of your Camper Camping ticket.

ADMISSION TICKET INFO

GENERAL TICKET INFO
Admission tickets for Down The Rabbit Hole 2017 costs €139 (a Ticketmaster service fee is included in the price) and are only available through Ticketmaster.

Access to the regular camping and the use of our shuttle bus service is always included in the price.

If you would like to bring a camping vehicle, please buy an additional ticket for our Camper Camping. Pre-pitched tents, tipi's, flexotels and other accommodations are available through www.rabbitresort.nl.

DAY TICKETS?
Down The Rabbit Hole is a three day festival so no day tickets are sold. If you would like to exit and later re-enter the festival: your wristband is valid for the whole weekend and you can access Down The Rabbit Hole 24/7.
 

CAMPING SITE

CAMPING TICKET?
Access to the camping site is included in every Down The Rabbit Hole ticket: you don’t have to buy an additional ticket.

CAMPING FACILITIES?
Down The Rabbit Hole has two camping sites, which are both provided with hot showers, free drinking water taps and real, flushing toilets. We don’t use portable toilets at Down The Rabbit Hole. The showers, water taps and toilets are accessible 24 hours a day. A shower will cost you one token.

CAMPING OPENING TIMES?
Our camp sites open on Thursday at 12:00h and close on Monday at noon.

ELECTRICITY?
There is no electricity available at our camping site. You can charge your phone for free at the festival site.

RABBIT RESORT?
You can rent luxurious accommodations like pre-pitched tents, tipi's and flexotels via www.rabbitresort.nl. Our Rabbit Resort is seperated from the regular camping and only accessible for people who've booked accommodation there.

Some accommodations even have amenities such as wifi, electricity and (shared) toilets. It's also possible to rent additional refrigerators, bean bags and other camping attributes to make your stay as pleasant as possible.

CAMPING STORE?
We sell camping gear and various sorts of toiletries at our camping store.

TRAILERS, TENT TRAILERS AND RV'S?
You're welcome to bring your own RV, trailer or tent trailer, but please note that you'll have to buy an additional Camper Camping ticket, which costs you €69,- (Ticketmaster fee included). Only camping vehicles that meet the requirements laid down in the Dutch Road Traffic Regulations are allowed. Buses and vans are not allowed. Please note there is no electricity available on our campings.

Gas cylinders are only allowed in RV's and not trailers and trailer tents and only when a recent MOT report (max 1 year old) can be shown.
Are you bringing a trailer or tent trailer? You don't have to buy an additional parking ticket: this is included in the price of your Camper Camping ticket.

FESTIVAL SITE

WHAT CAN I BRING?

It is not allowed to bring listed items to the festival terrain:
Drinks (with a limited extent you can pour your bottles or cans with drinks at the festival entrance over in plastic cups), other fluids, food, drugs (f.e. laughing gas), refills for e-cigarettes, football shirts, provocative or face covering clothing, banners, cardboard signs with lettering (a maximum format of A4 is allowed), flags and flagpoles thicker than 2cm and longer that 1,5 m, umbrellas/parasols, selfie sticks, professional camera’s, film- sound or go pro devices, walkie-talkies and other recording devices. Camping supplies (like hammers or tentpoles), weapons, other objects you can use as a weapon or that disrupt the order, chains (jewellery and chains attached to jeans excluded), Glow sticks, fairy lights (light cord on batteries), laser pens and other light that contains bundled beams, toxic, flammable and/or explosive materials, gascatridges, fireworks, flares. No animals, skates, bikes, steps, skateboards, walking sticks (medical crutches excluded), bubble blowers, spray cans (deodorant and perfume excluded) needles, unmanned aircrafts (f.e. UAV or Drones) and other dangerous objects.

Backpacks are not allowed on the festival terrain. Handbags(with a maximum format of A4 and about 10 cm thick) are allowed.

LOCKERS?
It’s possible to rent a locker during Down The Rabbit Hole to store your valuables. A regular locker will cost €5,- and a large locker will cost €9,-. An additional deposit of €5, is required.

PHOTO + VIDEO CAMERAS?
It’s prohibited to bring professional photo/video gear to the festival. Compact cameras and smartphone cameras are allowed.

DISABLED?
We want to make Down The Rabbit Hole as accessible as possible for everybody. Are you disabled and need extra help? Please email us: jump@downtherabbithole.nl

RULES

Love, peace and happiness! Be friendly and have fun! However, we have a set of rules to keep the festival fun and save. 

DRUGS?
It is illegal to carry or to deal illegal drugs. Soft drugs are tolerated with a maximum of 5 grams per person.

MINIMUM AGE?
There's no strict minimum age to visit Down The Rabbit Hole. However, we think the festival is not suitable for small children so we advise a minimum age of 16.

PETS?
We love pets but they're not allowed at Down The Rabbit Hole.

UPDATES
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CONTACT

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