Yes, Festival entrance tickets will also be sold during the Festival at the main entrance to the Festival territory. But we recommend buying tickets in advance for lower prices and to avoid standing in line.
Yes, Payments at the ticket box offices next to the entrance will be available by credit cards, whereas in the Festival territory only in a caffe it will be possibe to pay by a credit card.
Children up to the age of 7 (including) are provided free Festival entrance, but only if accompanied by an adult with a valid entrance ticket.
Yes, Payments at the ticket box offices next to the entrance will be available by credit cards. Individual merchants will accept payment cards.
Tickets for lower prices are provided for pensioners, scholars, students (if corresponding identity documents are provided) and also holders of Jelgava Resident's Cards and Jelgava scholar Cards. It is also possible to receive a discount providing a kupon that will be published in “Jelgavas Vēstnesis”, with the kupon tickets available only when purchasing in advance and only in Jelgava’ s House of Culture
By booking in advance the ticket prices in all price categories are lower and during the Festival you will not have to wait in line at the box offices.
Yes, but when leaving the territory you must ask the controller to stamp your hand with a special mark. Entrance to the Festival will be prohibited without a mark or with already used tickets.
During the Festival it is allowed to capture photos and videos in the Festival territory. In all of the Festival’s territories it is forbidden to use a drone.
Until the opening of the Festival, Pasta Island will be closed to visitors. The festival will be opened for visitors from 8th February 6:00 p.m. Before the Festival, Pasta Island will be available for accredited photographers and press representatives to visit only, who will have received a permit from the organisers in advance.
It is prohibited to bring any alcoholic beverages into the Festival territory.
In such territories as Pasta Island and Janis Cakste Boulevard it is forbidden to walk the dogs.
No, ATM will not be available in the Festival territory.
We suggest preparing a sufficient amount of cash in advance.
During the Festival lost and found items can be handed over to or searched for at the Festival Information Centre. After the Festival lost items will be held by organisers for a limited amount of time.
For all the information about what the territory of the Festival will look like and what you will be able to see, click HERE.
In all of the Festival’s territories – Pasta sala, Jāņa Čakstes bulvāris and Pils sala – visitors will be able to buy all kinds of food and drinks. Check-out where you will be able to purchase them HERE.
In all of the Festival’s territories it will be possible to use a bathroom. Check out where they will be placed HERE.
Keep in mind that Festival will be occurring outside, so warm clothes would be a smart choice.
Check-out all the traffic restrictions and parking places HERE.