With the help of INTER, we are doing everything we can to make this a feast accessible to everyone!
The arrangements to welcome and accompany Persons with Reduced Mobility will only be available at the Dour Festival, from Wednesday 13 July 2022.
Therefor, we are providing the necessary facilities so that a festivalgoer with Reduced Mobility can enjoy the festival just as much as any other.
- A dedicated parking near the entrance, available free of charge to holders of a Disabled Parking Permit or for persons with a proven disability.
- A reception upon arrival at the PRM Parking and Ticketing, at the entrance of the festival.
- Adapted paths leading to the scenes and amenities.
- 2 elevated platforms to fully enjoy the concerts! (Last Arena and Petite Maison dans la Prairie)
- An induction loop at the Last Arena provided by our partner Veranneman
- A dedicated and adapted campsite located near the entrance of the festival site and close to the Red Cross and equipped with all the necessary facilities – more information
- Assistance for your daily routines and/or to move around on the festival
- An information booth at the accessible campsite
You’re a specialized institution and you wish to bring a group of People with Reduced Mobility to the festival for one more days? Get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org in order to prepare your visit as efficiently as possible.
Map of facilities: available soon
We strongly advise to use the PRM parking if you use a wheelchair. Access to the festival site via the regular parking (D) includes a footbridge.
Registration is mandatory
In collaboration with our new partner Access-i, you can identify at a glance the level of accessibility of the event using pictograms in relation to each specific need.
With the support of Wallonia, AVIQ, INTER, ACCESS-I