Frequently asked questions

For travel info, nearby hotels or info about the food and metal market, find all the info on the dedicated pages. 

What Covid-19 safety rules do I have to follow to attend the festival?

Every visitor older than 12 years has to be in possession of a Covid Safe Ticket.
You will receive a valid Covid Safe Ticket in the following situations:

  • You have been fully vaccinated for more than 2 weeks (at J&J: 4 weeks);
  • You have a recovery certificate of less than 6 months;
  • You have had a PCR test taken, with a negative result. Validity = day of test plus 2 days;
  • You have had a rapid antigen test administered by medically trained personnel (e.g., pharmacist), with a negative result. Validity = day of test plus 1 day.

All information can be found here: 

Will there be a maximum capacity for Blast from the Past 2021?

We follow our government’s Covid-19 safety rules, which predicate that as long as we work with the Covid Safety Pass, we don’t have any limit to the number of people that can attend the festival. 

The venue itself, Kubox Kuurne, is large enough to host a maximum of 1200 people.

Are tickets for the postponed 2020 edition still valid for Blast from the Past 2021?

Absolutely, all tickets for 2020 will automatically remain valid for the 2021 edition of Blast from the Past Festival, so no action is needed from your side.

Can I sell CD's, DVD's, vinyl, merch and accessories on the festival?

If you’re interested in applying to trade at the Festival, mail us here

Do children need to pay the full entrance fee?

Yes, every festival visitor, regardless of age needs to be in possession of a festival ticket.