Ieper Hardcore Fest | 5, 6 & 7 JULY 2019

Getting there

Crossroads of Poperingseweg and Hazewindestraat
8900 Ieper
BELGIUM

It speaks for itself that we encourage any kind of transportation that minimalizes our ecological footprint: on foot, by bike, by train, by bus or by carpooling!

Traffic arrangements Ieperfest 2018

To guarantee the safety of the visitors and to obtain a normal traffic situation, the Poperingseweg, next to the festival, will be closed for traffic going TO the centre. Only the traffic COMING FROM the town centre, can pass with direction Vlamertinge/Noorderring. This ONE-WAY TRAFFIC will start from Thursday the 10th 9am till Monday the 14th12am.

The ONE-WAY traffic is not applicable for the public transport (De Lijn).

Visitors of Ieperfest should follow this:

Coming from France/Poperinge

  1. N38 Noorderring no exit at the bridge to Ieper!!!
  2. continue to the crossroad of N38 and N8 Veurnseweg
  3. at the first traffic lights (ZEB-shop), go to the right, direction centre
  4. straight ahead at the next roundabout direction centre
  5. after shops Delhaize/Aldi, take a right at the next roundabout
  6. follow straight ahead at small roundabout to Poperingseweg
  7. follow the Poperingseweg to the festival

Coming from A19 Kortrijk/Gent/Antwerpen

  1. Exit 4 Ieper Centrum at the bridge, crossroad with N37, go left to Ieper centre
  2. roundabout Meenseweg, take 3rd exit Heuvelland/Station
  3. roundabout with 'floating tap', continue straight ahead to station
  4. roundabout Rijselpoort, continue straight ahead to station
  5. traffic lights near the station, continue straight ahead
  6. roundabout Capronstraat, go left to Poperingseweg
  7. follow the Poperingseweg to the festival

Public Transportation:

The festival ground is situated near the Ieper railway station, and is therefore ideally located to get to the festival by train or bus. From the railway station, it takes a 15-20 minute walk to get to the festival site. Of course, you can always try to catch a ride with one of the friendly locals to get to the festival site faster!

If you are planning on coming to the festival by train, you can use the website of the Belgian Rail (B-rail) to plan your journey.

To travel within Belgium:www.b-rail.be
For international travel:www.b-europe.com

Personal Transportation:

People living close enough to the festival site should definitely consider coming by bike or on foot, to reduce the ecological footprint to a minimum. If you DO come by car, please try to take as many people as possible! To help fill each and every car to the max, use the Ieperfest 2017 carshare page. People in search of a ride can send a request. People with some spare seats left in their car can put up a notice. Let's all try to make an effort and keep our ecological footprint as low as possible!

Partners

Ieper Hardcore Food
Genet Records
Bulik
Provincie West-Vlaanderen
Primus
Stad Ieper
Vort'n Vis
Interreg
DEMO
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