Southside festival takes place from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th June 2017 at Take Off Park, Neuhausen ob Eck near Munich, Germany.
Confirmed acts include Green Day, Linkin Park, Casper, Blink 182, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Flogging Molly, Editors, Frank Turner, Jennifer Rostock, Boy, Die Orsons, Haftbefehl, Maximo Park, and many more with more to be announced.
For the details please see the line-up page.
A 3 day ticket is priced at 219 euros (with camping & parking).
At the entrance of the camping site the stewards will search your luggage. Please keep in mind that for safety reasons glass bottles aren't allowed.
Around the site
The festival has market areas, plenty of cuisine options including in the campsites. There are cashpoints at the entrance. The Information tent is at the left of the entrance. There you will get any important information about the festival. Inside you'll find the Lost & Found office, public phones etc.
There are four breakfast areas on the camping grounds, which are open on all festival days (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) as well as on Monday, the day of departure, from six in the morning. They will provide you with freshly brewed coffee, fresh buns, juice, scrambled and boiled eggs, pastries, filled baguettes, fruit, and salads to get you ready for the upcoming day. You may eat there or take the breakfast with you to your tent.
It is advised not to bring kids under 8 years of age to the festival. A rock festival is definitely too much for the little ones - not just because of the noise levels! According to German law (Personensorgegesetz and Jugendschutzgesetz), parents have to decide whether children and adolescents participate in a festival or not. The German Civil Code (BGB) stipulates that parents are responsible for the care of their minor (under 18) child. Parents have the final say about travelling to, participating in and staying at a festival. In addition, legal rules are in effect about sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products. If encountered smoking or drinking, minors can be sent home. It is recommended that all visitors under 18 years of age carry a written permission by their parents or legal guardian.
Neuhausen ob Eck is situated between Munich, Stuttgart and Freiburg, pretty close to the Bodensee. The nearest airport is Frankfurt. The best way to get there is by rail, and using a rail ticket with its advantages: discounts for early booking, for groups, weekend tickets and regional offers like the Niedersachsen ticket. Get off the train at the station Tuttlingen. There a shuttle bus direct to the festival site.
More information will be here when available.
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