The IORR Travel Guide
The Rolling Stones European Tour 2003
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Nearest big city
Nearest smaller place: Leuven - The home of the famous beer brewery Stella Artios.
How to get to the city
Fly or train or car
How to get to the venue
Train from Brussels to Leuven. May be 1 hour?
Then special bus from Leuven station to the festival area:
De LIJN (Bus company) is providing a fast and continious
transfer between Leuven Trainstation
and the festivalground at Werchter.
May be 15 minutes?
Then walk 15-20 minutes from the bus stop to the Werchter show site.
It is just a big field with trees in the background,
and a front of stage section as usual.
Brussels or Leuven.
Oude Markt, Leuven. It is an market place where every
building is a café or a restaurant.
Meeting place for fans
Other local events
You are allowed to take in water and other drinks in smal cardboard boxes,
we call it "brick" (outside cardboard, inside
something like Aluminium foil), blankets, small photo cameras (pocket),
sunblock, perfume, refreshing water in those small spray cans, small bags or
backpacks (will be controlled), umbrellas (not the large ones used on a
terrace and coolers (will be controlled).
NO GO's: Glass, cans (bier or coke or other cans), bottles (glass or
plastic), professional AV material (audio, video, film), knives,
Kalashnikovs, wooden sticks, helmets.
There will be ATM cashmachines (also usable with foreign bankcards)
There will be an Emergency Medical Team from the university Clinic of Leuven
and Red Cross people all over the place.
Infostand at the bridge at Werchter (near the entrance)
Tel.: + 32/(0)16/60.50.33 (only in use on september 7th)
All drinktickets-, catering- en merchandise stands will accept Proton (don't
know if this is available in other countries; it's a chip on your bankcard
that you can load with a certain amount of virtual cash), which can also be
loaded at the ATM machines.
Disabled persons will be accompanied by qualified personal if they wish;
contact www.intro.inclusie.be for inquiries.