faqs

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Can we bring alcohol and food to the campsite?

You can bring anything at your responsibility except food or beverages in glass bottles.

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Can we bring food and beverages to the festival site?

It is forbidden to enter the festival site with any type of food and beverages.

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Children under 10 years old can enter?

Yes, children under the age of 12 can enter the festival for free when accompanied by a responsible adult.

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From what age is it needed to pay to enter the festival?

From 12 years old inclusive.

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Are the wristbands intransmissible?

Yes, daily wristbands as well as the full festival wristbands can’t be transferred to others. The wristbands are placed upon the act of exchange. This exchange must be witnessed and loose wristbands will not be given.

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I bought a daily ticket, do I need to exchange it for a wristband?

Yes, you have to change the daily ticket for a wristband for that day, which lets you get in and out of the festival site for as many times as you want during that day, and also gives you access to the campsite just for the day and the night in question. You can enter the camping from 8 am of the corresponding day and have to leave until 12 pm the next day.This wristband is only valid for the day for which you bought it. The exchange is made in the wristbands' exchange tent that is next to the festival’s main entrance.

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I bought a full festival ticket, do I need to exchange it for a wristband?

Yes, you have to change your full festival ticket for a wristband which is valid for the four days of the festival and allows you to get in and out of the festival site and the campsite. The exchange is made in the wristbands’ exchange tent that is next to the festival’s main entrance.

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Where can I buy the tickets to Vodafone Paredes de Coura?

Points of purchase are: festival’s official website, BOL.pt, Fnac, CTT, El Corte Inglés, local ticket office at the festival site and Ticketea.