The campsite is exclusively for festival-goers who are staying for three days. To access the campsite, you must have a three-day ticket or three separate day tickets (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), have booked tickets on the Rock en Seine website. More informations about the camping rules (hours, security...) here.
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Come and spend three nights in one of Ile-de-France’s most beautiful gardens – the festival’s campsite is in the Parc de Saint-Cloud. Practical and beautiful!
The campsite is exclusively for festival-goers who are staying for three days. To access the campsite, you must:
– Have a three-day ticket or three separate day tickets (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
– Have booked tickets on the Rock en Seine website
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Enter via the Parc de Saint-Cloud’s main entrance gate.
The campsite opens at 10 a.m. on Friday 25 August.
It will close on Monday 28 August at 12 p.m. Campers must have left by midday.
The campsite offices opening hours are:
– Friday 25 August: 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.
– Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 August 7 a.m. to 1 a.m
– Monday 28 August: 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Please note that the campsite will close overnight. You cannot enter or leave between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.
How do I get in to the campsite?
You must show the following at the campsite entrance:
- Your three-day ticket or three separate day tickets
- Your camping ticket (booked online)
– An ID card
Got everything? You will be given a three-day camping wristband. Someone will then show you where to set up camp.
How about minors (aged under 18)?
No children under 3
For their own safety, children aged under 3 are not permitted to sleep at the campsite.
Ideally 6 or over
We recommend waiting until children are 6 or over before bringing them to spend the night at the campsite.
Accompanied by an adult
Minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Minors over 16
If not accompanied by an adult, they must show:
– Parental consent
– A copy of their parent’s ID card
Campers and bags must undergo checks at the campsite entrance. Anyone who refuses to submit to these checks will not be allowed in.
Getting to the concerts
You should allow at least two hours between arriving by public transport and getting to the concerts.
Come as a group!
Fancy sharing your campsite experience with others?
– A CAMPING DUO (3×2 meters) plot for two people
– A CAMPING 4 FRIENDS (4×3 meters) plot for three or four people
Don’t know yet who will be coming with you?
Changing names later
You can change the names on your online tickets at a later date. Each person will be able to enter the car park with a printout of their campsite ticket.
The campsite is booked in your name
You have two options:
1 – You arrive as a group (two together for a two-person plot, four together for a four-person plot). Present your ID card and your campsite ticket printout at the entrance. You will be given campsite wristbands for you and your friends.
2 – Not able to arrive together? Ask for your wristband at the entrance and give the staff the names of your friends, then let your friends know where the plot is. When they arrive at the campsite they will have to present their three-day ticket or three separate day tickets and their ID card, and give their name in order to be admitted.
What makes a perfect camper?
Everyone at the festival campsite sleeps in a tent. Caravans, camper vans and similar are not permitted.
You can put two tents on a single plot if they are not too big and do not take up any part of neighbouring plots.
As well as a tent, don’t forget to bring:
– A sleeping bag
– Warm clothes for overnight
– A good mood
To make sure that everyone can enjoy the festival to the full, please keep the campsite quiet and clean.
Entertainment will be put on for our happy campers. Watch this space!