There are four official fully equipped festival camping sites: A, B, C and the luxurious new Glampink, with sufficient capacity for all weekend-ticket visitors.
You can stay at the regular Pinkpop camping sites (or visit them) if you have a weekend ticket and wristband. For the Glampink you book optional accomodation. With a one-day ticket you can’t stay at the festival camping sites (also applicable if you have 2 or 3 one-day tickets).
The Pinkpop camping sites will open on Thursday 16 June and will close on Monday 20 June at noon. There will be campingtainment on Camping site B on all nights!
Before you arrive at Pinkpop, check the maps and directions to the various camping sites on this website. This way you will know what will be the best travel route for the camping of your choice, depending on if you come by car, train, bus or on foot!
Upon showing your three-day ticket and following a strict baggage check, festivalgoers can enter the camping site. The organization can allocate a site for your tent.
The rule for each camping site is: full = full. So, it’s a matter of first come, first serve and some re-shuffling to make room for all. The camping sites have sufficient capacity for all weekend-ticket visitors, but the later you arrive, the more limited is your choice of a site.
Will you be staying at the camping site?
Upon arrival at one of the Pinkpop camping sites you will receive a wristband when showing your valid weekend ticket.
Weekend ticket but don’t want to stay at the camping site?
You will also have to collect a wristband! On Friday and Saturday, you can collect your wristbands from 10:00 a.m onwards inside the tent at the Hofstraat (near the main entrance of the festival site). On Sunday, wristband collection will be held at the information stand at the Pinkpop Plein. With your wristband (+ ticket), you can visit the Pinkpop camping sites but, as mentioned above, it is not necessary to arrive at one of the camping sites to collect a wristband there.
All camping sites close at the same time, on Monday 20 June 12:00 noon.
Starting Monday morning 7:00 a.m.. The crew will start to wake up all campers. At noon, the camping sites will be handed over to the council of Landgraaf. This means there will be no more security or surveillance and we have learned from experience that after that time unwanted ‘guests’ can start prowling the camping sites, looking for valuables and other items. So, don’t leave your tent unattended. Be forewarned and make sure you have left the camping sites before 12:00 noon, together with all your belongings.
Tip: until the camping sites will close, you can store your belongings temporarily at the Bagagedepot at the festival site!
When leaving, don’t leave your waste at the camping sites. We prefer you to put your waste in the free garbage bags (available at the camping reception/info stand). If you return a full waste bag there, you will receive a nice souvenir. If you want to get rid of things that can be re-used, place them in the appropriate bins at camping sites A, B and C. These will be delivered to local food banks or recycle shops.
Location: Sportcomplex VV Schaesberg (a local football club)
Location: Hilly terrain on the Einsteinstraat/Mensheggerweg
Location: alongside Dr. Calsstraat / Delleweg
Camping at Pinkpop has never been so luxurious! Bring your own clothes, toiletries, and phone charger to our new Glampink and we will take care of the rest! At the monumental site of the former football stadium Kaldeborn, in our neighbouring village of Heerlen, we are building luxurious, cozy, and quiet accommodations. They will allow you to recharge before entering the festival site again (a 15-minute walk)! Accommodations are available for 2 to 5 people, from €200 to €312,50 per person. More info can be found here.
Glampink prices do not include € 10,- service costs for each accommodation and are including one parking ticket per accommodation.
Please note that booking this accommodation does not include a Pinkpop weekend ticket. Book your festival ticket here.
Ticket sale starts at 5 November 10 a.m. through our official point of sale: www.ticketmaster.nl.
FestiTent is your place to go to for ready-to-use camping spots at Camping site B. Forget about lugging a tent, mattress and other gear. Just bring your festival essentials: throw your bags in the tent, and enjoy your festival trip, easy peasy!
Looking for some extra luxury? Check the options and upgrades of Festitent to make your festival experience even more pleasant. Booking is possible from November 5 2021 onwards at www.festitent.nl. Be sure to have already purchased a Pinkpop weekend ticket when you book your tent!
For everyone who still has energy left after a day at the festival site ánd has a Pinkpop weekend ticket + wristband (including Glampink visitors), we will have a party every evening in Jan’s Feestcafé and the large Desperados Party tent at Camping B.
On Thursday evening, the day before Pinkpop, we start off these festive evenings with a large Silent Disco in the marquee and an old-fashioned round of karaoke in Jan’s Feestcafé!
In close collaboration with INTER Pinkpop ensures that the festival is also accessible to people with special needs. Do you wish to make use of the facilities for people with special needs at the festival site, parking and/or Camping site A? Please send an email to email@example.com.
In order to make use of the facilities for people with special needs, you need a valid entrance ticket. There are no discounts for people with special needs or accompanying parties. Each festival goer pays the same price.
Parking / Kiss & ride
A parking and Kiss & ride area for people with special needs will be established as close as possible to the entrance of the festival area and Camping site A. Since the number of places here is limited, don’t wait too long with your application!
There is a separate, easily accessible and less crowded entrance for people with special needs. One helper can join entering here. Guide dogs are allowed at both the festival and camping sites. Folding chairs are not allowed at the festival.
Near the Stages there are platforms for wheelchair users, people on crutches and with other special needs (and one companion) to enjoy their favorite bands. Of course, the platforms are intended for people with special needs in the first place. If they get too crowded, Inter assistants will request the companions to leave the platform.
There are toilets for persons with special needs spread around the festival site. There are Inter assistants available at the festival (near the wheelchair platforms for instance). They can help you if necessary: to visit the toilets, buy food or drinks, when you have a problem with your wheelchair, et cetera.
A special zone of camping site A will be reserved for people with special needs. Friends and family are also welcome there (with a maximum of two companions and only with a valid ticket). Please note: capacity is limited here, so don’t wait too long with your application!
Inter assistants will be available to help you pitch your tent, move your baggage or visit the toilets, etcetera. There are special-needs toilets and showers. There is also a special area with an adjustable bed and equipment to charge your electrical wheelchair or fix flat tires. This camping site is part of the regular Pinkpop site, so make sure you carry your valid wristband and tickets!
Mobility scooters are only allowed at the festival site on medical advice. Place your request for approval of your scooter at firstname.lastname@example.org well on time!
Yes, allowed are:
No, not allowed are:
Please note: security personnel at the entrance will have the final say.
The Pinkpop info stands can be found in the camping reception areas. You can go there for all information about the programme, public transport, weather reports, plans of the site, and other facilities. You’re also at the right place here for waste bags, schedules or lost and found objects, waste bags and program brochures. You also rent a power bank here to charge your phone (You rent a power bank for 1.5 coins & 5 coins deposit). Complaints (about messy areas or facilities) can also be taken to the info stand. But compliments are welcome too!
You can also take your questions to the camping sites crew (recognizable by their Pinkpop crew T-shirt).
Don’t bring anything to Pinkpop that has too high of a value to lose or that cannot be replaced! And if you’re worried about something being stolen, don’t leave it in your tent. Tents are impossible to make theft-proof! You can rent a locker at the Pinkpop Campsites and the festival site for a small fee.
You can rent a locker via Event Safe on the festival site, behind the main entrance. NB! These lockers are located within the festival site, unlike in previous years. At this location you pay with pin, cash or you scan the QR code and pay with a mobile payment app.
In all cases you will receive a code which you can use your locker for one day or the entire weekend with.
Size of the safe
30 cm wide, 40 cm deep and 24 cm high
You don’t pay a deposit, so you can just take your things from the locker at the end of the festival and leave immediately without having to go to a counter first!
You can book these lockers in advance via www.pinkpop.nl/huurjekluisje
At Camping A, B and C you will find the lockers next to the camping reception. You scan the QR code on the spot, visit the Event Safe rental website, pay €10 and receive a code for a locker for the entire weekend. These lockers cannot be reserved in advance.
If you go home on Sunday evening, you can leave your luggage in the left-luggage office at the main entrance of the festival site that day. Between 09:00 and 02:00. You pay 2 coins / 5 euros per (manageable) bundle.
Yes, you can bring your own food and drinks to the camping sites, if these are for your own use only and will not be more than you need for three days.
Spend the night in style with this two-person Pinkpop pop-up tent! The tent is on sale for €65, available via the webshop.
At Camping A, B and C you can find some limited camping gear and care products at the camping supermarket.
Help Pinkpop reduce its environmental footprint! Upon arrival at the camping sites you’ll receive a Pinkpop waste bag and a PMD (plastic, metal and drink packs bag). Over the weekend you can collect your waste in these bags and bring it to the waste collection point near the reception. You will receive a fun, sustainable Pinkpop souvenir in return and the camping site will look a lot tidier.
Collecting re-usable items you don’t wish to take home again is appreciated. These items will be taken to the food bank and recycle shops in the region, so they can be used again.
At all Pinkpop campingsites you can make use of the charging service. Here you can rent a powerbank to charge your phone. You rent a powerbank for 1,5 coins & 5 coins deposit. You can return this powerbank at the campsite or on the festival grounds. We have a cable for you for 1 coin but you can also bring your own USB cable. You can find the Charging Service at the info desk / camping reception and on the festival site.
Usually you purchase your parking ticket for Pinkpop up front in combination with your online purchase of your Pinkpop ticket through www.ticketmaster.nl. At the moment we have some parking tickets readily available. Have a look at the links below! A parking ticket will only give access to the parking area that is stated on your ticket.
Please note that you must follow the road signs on sight, turn of your GPS!
Weekend ticket (Thursday through Monday)
Ticket prices are exclusive of 10% service costs per ticket.
Parking ‘A/B’ is organized by a privately-owned company. The other Parking areas are organized by the council of Landgraaf. Parking Glampink will be organised by Pinkpop.
A parking for people with special needs will be established as close as possible to the entrance of the festival area and Camping site A. Since the number of places here is limited, don’t wait too long with your application! The parking tickets above will not be valid for the seperate parking area.
The organization follows the current government guidelines at all times.
The minimum age to visit Pinkpop without supervision is 12 years.
Bringing children to Pinkpop is possible but under supervision. They must also be in possession of a valid entrance ticket. As a deliberate measure to discourage parents from taking their (small) children, there is no reduced rate for children. The organization therefore advises against taking small children to an event that is visited so massively.
In collaboration with INTER, leader in accessible events, we try to make the festival as accessible as possible for people with special needs. Do you want to make use of the special needs facilities at the festival site or Camping site A? Please fill in the online request form after purchasing a regular Pinkpop ticket.
There are no special Pinkpop tickets for people with special needs. There are also no discounts for people with special needs or their companion. Everyone pays the same price.
Pinkpop is a true tent festival. The organization does not allow campers, caravans, collapsibles etcetera, to the festival camping sites. Alternatively, campers with caravans and campers could stay at the regular camping site: ‘De Watertoren’.
We don’t accept reservations in advance; it’s first come, first serve. The organization can appoint specific locations for your tent. All camping sites together have sufficient capacity for all weekend-ticket visitors. This means there’s always a spot for you, but the later you come, the more limited is your choice of site. People with one or multiple day tickets are unfortunately not allowed to stay at the camping sites. For all campings, first come first serve applies as well as full = full.
If your friends have found a spot at a camping site, you can always join them in their tent (if they have enough room), when you arrive later. But once the sign “full” goes up, no extra tent can be pitched. Visitors with a Pinkpop wristband and weekend-ticket can always visit each other’s tents or spend the night there. Check ‘ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE’ for information on where to get your wristband.
The size of the tent should correspond with the actual number of people sleeping in it. This means: don’t bring a large military tent for just two people, but a smaller igloo tent, for example.
A day ticket does not give access to the Pinkpop Camping sites and the campingtainment (rule also applies if one has two or three day tickets).
No acess means that it is not possible to spend the night at one of the Pinkpop Camping sites. For other possibilities regarding spending the night, in the Landgraaf area, click here.
Yes, this is possible, but only at the so-called BBQ spot that can be easily found at each camping site. Throwaway barbecues, mini barbecues and small camping gas burners (the blue ones: screw-, no puncture bottles) are allowed.
It is not allowed to barbecue in front of your tent, because of fire risks for you and your fellow campers.
Not looking forward to camping out? In and around Landgraaf you can find several hotels. But please note that, during the Pinkpop festival, many hotels at a walking distance from the festival site will be fully booked early. Find and book a hotel in the Landgraaf area.