Dour Festival 2017

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Take care!

We love you

Whether it’s your first time at the festival, or your 29th, you’d better prepare your stay! During 5 days, you will party, meet new people, discover new things – create memories for the rest of your life.

The Dour Festival crew, along with an army of professionals, will take care of you. But don’t forget to take care of yourself and your friends!

 

Prevention advice

As a “good festivalgoer” it is important to take the right precautions. Care about your health so you can focus on partying.
Whith an army of professionals Dour keeps watch over you. But don’t forget to watch over your friends too!

Prepare your festival:

  • Don’t forget sunscreen (so you don’t burn)
  • Earplugs – BLOX provides them for free at the Win for Life booth. Higher quality plugs can be bought at the Scream Shop Booth
  • Condoms (just in case of very good encounters) are available at different booths in the NGO-Village
  • The Camping closes on Monday at noon, make sure to rest before taking the road.
  • Drink enough water!

Dehydration is often the case of many problems, listen to your body! Keep to a moderate number of drinks and refresh yourself and make sure to eat enough.

 

At your service

Various health promotion services will be available to help you take care of yourself while fully enjoying the festival.

Modus Vivendi, Seks & Co, Spiritek and Prevention Services of Mons are offering:

  • “Relax Zone” at the campsite entrance (a place that offers peace and quiet and where professionals will help you if distressed following the acquisition and use of a product);
  • At the VILLAGE ASSOCIATIF we offer advice to anyone in looking for info about prevention and how to minimize the risks in case of: Alcohol or drug abuse, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual assaults, noise. Different booths at the entrance of the festival or the exit of the camping will be able to help;
  • A MOBILE TEAM will be able to intervene if necessary. Do not hesitate to address them if you need information;
  • The RED CROSS is also present at Dour.

More info at: modusvivendi-be.org / loveattitude.be/Sex-Co /  spiritek-asso.com  / Sisu /  prevention.mons.be

 

Responsibility

Belgian law also applies to the festival area. Drinking & driving, consumption & dealing of illegal substances and any other infringement, are strictly prohibited.
Police will be permanently at the festival area, as well as all other services to look after you, and keep you and your friends safe and sound.
No alcoholic beverages can be sold to minors (-16).

You can find all practical information regarding the preparation for the festival here: dourfestival.eu/at-the-festival
 

    FAQ – Take Care !

    • Where can I find medical assistance on the site?

      The Red Cross will help you with every kind of medical problem. Their tents will be spread all over the festival site and their team will look after you around the clock.

    • Is there a prevention booth at the festival?

      Numerous and varied services are offered to you around aspects concerning hygiene, health, safety such as free distribution of ear plugs, presence of fire brigades and police on the site, free use of toilets, and many others !

       

      More information on dourfestival.eu/take-care

      The Dour Festival crew, along with an army of professionals, will take care of you. But don’t forget to take care of yourself and your friends! We love you.

    • Prevention advice

      As a “good festivalgoer” it is important to take the right precautions. Care about your health so you can focus on partying.
      Whith an army of professionals Dour keeps watch over you. But don’t forget to watch over your friends too!

      Prepare your festival:
      • Don’t forget sunscreen (so you don’t burn)
      • Earplugs – BLOX provides them for free at the Win for Life booth. Higher quality plugs can be bought at the Scream Shop Booth
      • ondoms (just in case of very good encounters) are available at different booths in the NGO-Village
      • The Camping closes on Monday at noon, make sure to rest before taking the road.
      • Drink enough water!

      Dehydration is often the case of many problems, listen to your body! Keep to a moderate number of drinks and refresh yourself and make sure to eat enough.

    • PMR accessibility - Accessible equipment

      Each year, In collaboration with INTER, we study our festival area to optimize reception and supervision of the public with reduced mobility by the accessibility and the communication on the ground.
       

      • A reserved parking spot with adapted toilets, free access for holders of a disability card or persons with a proven disability.
      • Easy access and ticket withdraw at the Festival entrance at the Guest window.
      • Adapted camping with necessary amenities (adapted showers and toilets, fridge… etc) for every person with reduced mobility + 5 additional companions.
      • Adapted passages to connect all the stages (paths specially settled).
      • Two elevated platforms to enjoy the concerts!
      • An induction loop installed close to the main stage, the Last Arena, via Veranneman.
      • Personal guidance lead by thirty INTER volunteers who will help from the adapted parking and entrance to the camping site and elevated platforms.
      • Information booth at the adapted camping site.

      dourfestival.eu/pmr-accessibility/