The Hurricane Festival is set to take place from June 21 to 23 in Scheeßel, with organizers expecting 70,000 attendees. For those interested in attending, there are some important details to keep in mind to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience.

One key aspect to note is that resident tours will be held on Wednesday, June 12, at 7 pm and the following Wednesday, June 19, also at 7 pm. These tours will meet at the entrance of Eichenring on L131, coming from Westervesede.

Tickets for the festival are still available, with options for a weekend pass for 279 euros or day passes for Friday at 139 euros, and Saturday and Sunday at 129 euros each. These tickets can be purchased online at the ticket shop. It’s important to note that tickets are non-refundable, so attendees should plan accordingly.

Safety is a top priority at the Hurricane Festival, with noise levels continuously monitored on the festival grounds. It is recommended to wear earplugs to protect your ears and to be cautious of potential trip hazards or sharp edges. Drug use is strictly prohibited, and crowd surfing is not allowed due to the risk of injury.

When it comes to what is allowed on the festival grounds, attendees should be aware of the security checks in place. Items such as tents, camping chairs, tables, and small grills are permitted, while glass bottles, large gas tanks, and certain tools are prohibited. Animals are also not allowed on the grounds.

Parking and camping are separate at the festival, with parking spaces assigned based on traffic instructions. The festival radio, CampFM, broadcasts live from the festival grounds on 92.7 MHz, reaching a radius of about 10 kilometers.

For those in need of assistance, the festival has implemented a system called „Panama“ where individuals can discreetly ask for help if they feel unsafe or uncomfortable. This service is available to address a range of needs, from feeling unwell to facing discrimination or threats.

Campers should be aware of the rules on the camping grounds, including keeping emergency exits clear, observing quiet hours from 2 am to 8 am, and refraining from open fires or fireworks. Each person is allotted 5 square meters of space, and it is recommended for groups to arrive together and set up tents collectively.

Payment for festival tickets can be made with credit cards, SEPA direct debit, PayPal, or Giropay, depending on the event and booking method. Additionally, there will be options to pay by card or cash at the stands during the festival.

This year, there will be ample drinking water stations on the concert grounds and sufficient sanitary facilities on the camping grounds. A festival shop will also be available for attendees to purchase food, toiletries, and chilled drinks, with card payment being the only accepted method.

With these tips in mind, attendees can prepare to make the most of their experience at the Hurricane Festival, enjoying the music and festivities in a safe and enjoyable environment.