Campings

During Pinkpop, you can stay at one of our four official campsites: Camping A, Camping B, Camping C, or Glampink, from Thursday, June 20th at 3:00 PM until Monday, June 24th at 12:00 PM.

The regular campsites (A, B, and C) are accessible with a weekend ticket (and wristband). Starting from this edition, you can also secure a random spot on your favorite campsite thanks to the personalized Fixed Guest ticket or book a group spot for your friend group on Camping A or Camping B.

If you have a weekend ticket, you can set up your tent on all regular campsites. With a day ticket, you cannot use the festival campsites, even if you have a combination of 2 or 3 day tickets.

Please note! The accommodations of Glampink and FestiTent, as well as the Group Spots on Camping A and Camping B, require an additional Pinkpop weekend ticket, which you can purchase separately (you can do so here!).

Our campsites

Regular campsites

Immerse yourself in the Limburg countryside! Our regular campsites (Camping A, Camping B and Camping C) can be visited with a weekend ticket (and wristband). Below you can read what characterizes each campsite.

New: Vaste Gast-Ticket! This year you can reserve a spot at your favorite campsite for only € 5,-, this way you are assured of a spot in advance. More info? Check out the Vaste Gast-Ticket! Please note: you can only purchase this ticket as an upsell item during the ordering process of your weekend ticket.

Please note: With a day ticket you cannot use the festival campsites, even if you have a combination of 2 or 3 day tickets.

Camping A

Cozy camping next to the festival site!

Camping A is located at the Sports Complex of VV Schaesberg.

Recognizable by:

  • Next to the festival site.
  • Facilities for the disabled (to be requested via the INTER request form).
  • P3 nearby

Equipped with:

  • Reception (including information desk, garbage bag collection point and charging service)
  • Toilets and showers
  • Coin operated cash registers
  • Lockers
  • Food and drink
  • Medical post
  • BBQ place (incl. facilities)

Walking distance:

  • 15 minutes to the festival site
  • 30 minutes to Landgraaf Station
  • 10 minutes to P3
  • 35 minutes to P5

Camping B

The ultimate after party after the festival grounds!

Camping B is located on the sloped terrain between Einsteinstraat and Mensheggerweg.

Recognizable by:

  • Our largest campsite
  • The Desperados Area and Jan’s Feestcafé
  • FestiTent pitch
  • P3 and P5 nearby

Equipped with:

  • Reception (including information desk, garbage bag collection point and charging service)
  • Toilets and showers
  • Cash registers
  • Lockers
  • FestiTents
  • Food and drink
  • Medical post
  • BBQ place (incl. facilities)

Walking distance:

  • 25 minutes to the festival site
  • 20 minutes to Landgraaf Station
  • 15 minutes to P3
  • 35 minutes to P5

Camping C

Quiet camping and get away from it all!

Camping C is located along the Dr. Calsstraat and Delleweg.

Recognizable by:

  • Quiet camping
  • P5 nearby

Equipped with:

  • Reception (including information desk, garbage bag collection point and charging service)
  • Toilets and showers
  • Coin operated cash registers
  • Lockers
  • Food and drink
  • Medical post
  • BBQ area (incl. facilities)

Walking distance:

  • 35 minutes to the festival site
  • 15 minutes to Landgraaf Station
  • 10 minutes to P5
  • 25 minutes to P3

Glampink

Camping at Pinkpop has never been so luxurious!

On our Glampink you will find luxurious, cozy and quiet accommodations. This way you can experience Pinkpop without having to go home. The Glampink is the ultimate oasis where you can recharge your batteries before you head to the festival site (max. 30 minutes walk). Bring your festival outfits, toiletry bag and charger and we’ll take care of the rest!

Attention! These accommodations do not include Pinkpop weekend ticket, book your festival ticket here.

Accessible facilities at the campsite

A section of Camping A is designed to make it possible for all visitors to camp at the Pinkpop festival campsite. You can sign up for this camping area via the INTER registration form.

Please note: submitting a request does not automatically guarantee that you will be able to stay at the accessible camping area. Each request is individually reviewed to allocate the available space as effectively as possible.

New on the campsites

Vaste Gast-Ticket

New: Vaste Gast-Ticket! This year you can reserve a spot at your favorite campsite for only €5, this way you are guaranteed a spot in advance. The Vaste Gast-Ticket guarantees a random spot at your favorite campsite. Your arrival will be taken into account, but no fixed piece of grass will be reserved for you. When you arrive, you see where there is space available, but it is certain that you will be at your favorite campsite. More info? Check out the Vaste Gast-Ticket!

Note: you can only buy this ticket as an additional article during the ordering process of your weekend ticket.

Group spots

Starting in 2024, you can book a group spot at Camping A or Camping B! This allows you and your entire group of friends to stand together in a fixed section of the campsite and you don’t have to worry about when you’re going to queue or keeping space free for friends who arrive later. How relaxing! Learn more here.

Note: a group spot does not give direct access to the campsites. You must have a valid weekend ticket for the festival.

 

What is the Vaste Gast-Ticket?

The Vaste Gast-Ticket guarantees you a random spot at your favorite campsite. There is no fixed place reserved for you, but it is certain that you will be at your favorite campsite. At the time of your arrival, you check to see where there is space available.

How do I buy a ‘Vaste Gast’ ticket?

You can only purchase a ‘Vaste Gast’ during the checkout process of your weekend ticket as an additional item. Through Tucjetmaster’s ticket shop, you will be directed to the additional items that match your weekend ticket.

Please note: you must actively click on this option during checkout and cannot purchase it at a later time.

What does a group spot look like?

A group spot is a pitch on the camping grounds reserved for you, centrally located at campsite A or campsite B. You bring your own tents and camping equipment to this spot and have the guarantee that you will be camping together with your friends! Do you choose the general group spot at Campsite B? Then we will also set up two picnic tables and a canopy for you. So you can cross the folding chairs off the packing list 😉

Can I decide if I want to buy a group spot later?

Yes, you can! The group spot is a separate ticket that you buy in addition to your weekend ticket.

Please note: group spots are available until Monday 10 June at the latest (or earlier if the desired group spot is sold out). After this, the group spots will be prepared and we can no longer take on new group spots.

Practical Information

Opening hours of campsites

Pinkpop campsites (Camping A, Camping B, Camping C and the Glampink) will be open from Thursday, June 20 at 3:00 p.m. until Monday, June 24 at 12:00 p.m.

Times subject to change.

Arrival campsites

Check out in advance what characterizes our different campsites. That way you know which campsite you want to sleep at (or party at!) and the best route there!

  • Want to be assured of a spot at your favorite campground? Then check out our Permanent Guest ticket or group spots!
  • Upon presentation of your weekend ticket and after strict control on bringing in what is prohibited, you will be granted access to the campsite
  • For each campsite the rule is: first come, first served
  • For Vaste Gast-Ticket holders there will always be a free spot at the campsite of their choice.
  • The Pinkpop organization will always decide where you stand and whether you need to move or relocate if necessary.
  • The campsites together have sufficient capacity to accommodate all weekend ticket holders. If you come later or without a Permanent Guest Ticket you have a more limited choice!

Coming by car? All Pinkpop parking lots will be open from Thursday afternoon.

Departure campsites

All campsites will close at 12:00 noon on Monday, June 24.

  • From Monday morning 07:00 the organization will start waking up all campers.
  • At 12:00 the campsites will be released to the Municipality of Landgraaf and the Municipality of Heerlen.
  • After 12:00 there will be no supervision or security and unwanted guests can enter the terrain
  • Do not leave your belongings unattended and make sure you have left the campsite with all your belongings before 12:00.

Leave the campsite clean!

  • Act sustainably and don’t leave any garbage behind when you leave!
  • You can leave your full garbage bags (available for free at the reception!) and other usable items at the reception.
  • For a full garbage bag you will receive a nice Pinkpop souvenir from us.
  • Received stuff (material and food/drinks) will be handed over to the local food bank or thrift store afterwards.

Tip: You can temporarily store your (camping) gear at our luggage depot. This is open until 12:00 Monday morning and is located on Hofstraat, at the main entrance to the festival site.

How do I receive my wristband?

Are you staying at one of our campsites?

  • Upon arrival, you will receive a wristband upon presentation of your weekend ticket.
  • Please note! Glampink visitors collect their wristband at the Glampink, not Camping A, B, or C.

Do you have a weekend ticket, but are you not camping?

  • Even then, you will receive a wristband! You will receive it immediately after scanning your (valid) weekend ticket at the main entrance of our festival grounds.

Is there a camper or caravan campground?

No! Pinkpop is a tent festival. Cars, campers, caravans and folding trailers, are not allowed on the festival campsites.

How can I claim a Glampink parking ticket?

A Glampink parking ticket is included in the total price of a Glampink accommodation. The parking lot is located right next to the Glampink area, and it’s approximately a 5 minute walk from your car to your accommodation.

Please note: You need to actively click on this parking ticket option via the additional items in the ordering process! Did you forget to do this? Email us with your order and customer number.

Facilities on the campsite

Campingsite program

Also during the 53rd edition we will hold parties every night for everyone who still has energy left after a day at the festival site AND has a weekend ticket + wristband (so also Glampink visitors)!

The program for the party square (Camping A), the Desperados Area and Jan’s Feestcafé (Camping B) will be announced in the spring.

Sanitary facilities campsites

Toilets at all campsites are free. Please use them and refrain from wild urination out of respect for your fellow campers and nature! For a hot shower you will pay a price yet to be communicated.

Charging service

At the campsite reception you can rent a power bank. You can rent these separately or for a small extra charge with cable. Is your battery not yet full? Then you can also take your powerbank to the festival site and return it here (or at the campsite later anyway).

Allowed (or not)

Allowed/disallowed on campsites

You can read exactly what is and what is not allowed on our campsites in the Pinkpop 2024 house rules. We have highlighted the most important points for you below:

Yes, allowed:

  • Per person no more than 8 liters of liquor (total of the contents of all packages, both non-alcoholic and weak-alcoholic) in original sealed/sealed liquor containers may be brought. Food and/or beverages may be brought only the first time you pass through the campground entrance;
  • Cutlery;
  • Sealed, tight refill containers for e-cigarettes will only be allowed in the camping areas with a maximum of 50 ml of liquid (plastic) refills;
  • Small gas vials with valve or screw cartridges with a capacity of up to 250 grams allowed;
  • Lens solution;
  • Powerbanks for charging cell phones or simple speakers (maximum power of 30w) provided this is done with reasonable consideration for fellow visitors;
  • Small hammers for installing tent pegs;
  • Tarp or sun cloth without poles;
  • Flags, Flagpole (max. 2 cm thick and 1.5 m long);
  • Disposable single-use barbecue (to be used only at the official BBQ spots at the camping sites). Note: with the exception of the Glampink; there is NO BBQ spot there and therefore no BBQ allowed;
  • Pocket knife;
  • Sunscreen

Note! If in doubt, the security officer at the entrance will decide

No, not permitted:

  • (Trailer) carts (except collapsible wagon);
  • Cars/campers/caravans/motorcycles;
  • Batteries/batteries (except small power bank for cell phones and medical applications
  • (Domestic) animals;
  • Dry ice;
  • Drugs;
  • Torches;
  • Bicycles, scooters, skateboards;
  • Photo camera with interchangeable lens ;
  • Gas installations and large gas bottles are not allowed. Only gas bottles with a valve or screw-in cartridges with a capacity of up to 250 grams are permitted at the campsite;
  • Mind-altering substances (including, among others, nitrous oxide cartridges);
  • Sound systems and ghetto blasters (small “are allowed, however);
  • Generators;
  • Toxic, flammable or explosive materials;
  • Glass, glass bottles;
  • Graffiti;
  • Nitrous oxide ;
  • Lamp oil;
  • Furniture;
  • Needles;
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles (so-called UAV or drones);
  • Party tents;
  • Walkie-talkies;
  • Selfie sticks;
  • Liquor (more than 15% alcohol content);
  • Soccer shirts, club-related or provocative displays, provocative and/or face-covering clothing
  • Fireworks, flares, laser pens and other light with bundled beam;
  • Weapons, chains (except chains on pants or jewelry) or other objects that could be used as weapons or disrupt order;
  • And other dangerous objects.

Note! When in doubt, the security manager at the entrance will decide.

Food and drink at campsites

You may bring your own food and drink to the campsites under the following conditions:

  • For your own use only
  • Based on a three day stay
  • Bring food and/or drink only when entering the campground for the first time
  • Wristband on? Then you may not take any food or drink to the camping site anymore.

In addition, the following is in effect:

  • Empty beverage containers of maximum 0.5 liters are allowed on the festival site
  • Maximum 8 liters of drink per person (total content of all packages, both non-alcoholic and weak-alcoholic) in original sealed/sealed drink containers
  • Adequate variety of food and drink is available at all festival campsites
  • At the camping stores we sell trays full of (weak-alcoholic) drinks at reduced rates
  • Liquor (more than 15% alcohol content) is not allowed. If the organization or security discovers it anyway, confiscation will follow. When in doubt, the security officer at the entrance will make a decision.
  • Bringing food and drink intended for sale is strictly prohibited
  • Visitors under the age of 18 are not allowed to buy and/or consume alcohol. Visitors aged 18 and over are prohibited from passing alcohol to visitors under 18. You will first receive a warning, and a second offense will result in immediate removal from the grounds. At the request of Pinkpop staff, security or other authorized persons you will have to be able to show proof of age at all times.
  • 18+ bracelet: if you appear to be younger than 25 years old, you will be asked for your ID. If this proves you are 18 years or older, you can get an 18+ bracelet at the bars and information desk at the festival site and the supermarket and bars at the Pinkpop campsites.
  • Glass is not allowed. Therefore, there will be strict controls on bringing in glass upon entry and also during the days.
  • Payment by credit or debit card is not possible.
  • It is not allowed to bring food and/or drinks in any kind of packaging from the camping onto the festival site.

House rules campsites

You can read the house rules of the Pinkpop 2024 campsites here. Good to know is that by buying your ticket you have automatically agreed to the following:

  • The recommended age at our campsites is 16 years. We advise visitors under this age to be accompanied by an adult.
  • You accept the restrictions of a festival campsite
  • Illegal camping outside on and outside our campsites is prohibited
  • Cars, campers, caravans and folding trailers are not allowed on the festival campsites by the organization. You can park on our parking lots and spend the night on our campsites.
  • Tent size corresponds to the number of people actually sleeping in the tent. That means: not with two people in a large army tent
  • Visitors under 18 are not allowed to buy and/or consume alcohol and/or drugs
  • Garbage must be collected in garbage bags and disposed of at the environmental point of the campsite reception or at the designated disposal points.

Maximum tent dimensions?

The size of a tent should correspond to the number of people actually sleeping in the tent. So for example: not two people in a large army tent, but in a two-person tent.

At which campsite may I pitch my tent?

Camping A & C are full! You can only stay overnight here if you have a Vaste Gast-Ticket or Group Spot for these campsites.

A weekend ticket gives access to all regular campsites (A, B and C), subject to availability. Your festival ticket is not tied to one specific campsite, so you can pitch your tent at any campsite if there are still spaces available. To spend the night at the Glampink, you obviously need a Glampink ticket.

Can I visit the campsite(s) with a day ticket?

No, because a day ticket does not give access to the Pinkpop campsites (not even with a combination of two or three day tickets). This also means that it is not possible to stay overnight at one of the Pinkpop campsites with a day ticket.