Restaurant Club ends in September, get the final tickets now. 

FAQ

Why is Horst Arts & Music Festival 2020 postponed?

We would have loved nothing more than to be with you this September. However, during ongoing discussions with our team and City officials, it became obvious that this year’s Horst Arts & Music Festival would have to be postponed to September 10, 11 & 12 in 2021. Obviously, this is not the situation that any of us had hoped for, but the well-being, health, and safety of everyone involved remains our first priority.

Are my tickets valid for next year's festival edition?

All ticket holders have received an email with more information on Tuesday August 11 at 12pm CET, so make sure to check your SPAM folder. Subscribe to the festival’s newsletter or follow us on social media to be the first to receive updates on 2021.

Tickets purchased for Horst Arts & Music Festival 2020, and the campsite, remain valid for next year. Ticket holders are not required to take further action in order to gain access to Horst Arts & Music Festival 2021.

When will Horst Festival take place in 2021?

Horst Arts & Music Festival 2020 has been postponed to September 10, 11 & 12 in 2021.
 

I can’t make it to Horst Festival 2021 (Sept 10-11-12), what should I do?

If for a particular reason, you can't come to the festival in 2021, we will reschedule your ticket to the 2022 edition. Support from you, our visitors, is crucial for Horst to emerge stronger from this unprecedented situation. 

For more info or questions, get in touch with us.

I had already booked travel and/or accommodation for Horst Festival 2020, can I get a refund?

Horst is not responsible for travel or accommodation. We recommend getting in touch with the companies you booked with.

Impact on the Lab

Due to the Covid-19 measures the Lab will be organised in a different way. The Lab will be divided into bubbles of up to maximum fifty people, including participants and coaches. These groups will each form separate social bubbles during the Lab week. All activities will be organised within this social bubble. Groups won't be put together, except in situations where a larger group is allowed because of social distance (1.5 meter) measures. Within this bubble participants and coaches don't need to wear a face mask.

You are not allowed to take part:

- If you are sick.
- If you have been sick in the 5 days leading up to the Lab.
- If you belong to a high-risk group.

Horst will make sure that everything is clean, there will be sanitizing gel and we'll make sure that indoor spaces will be aired out frequently.

Regarding travel regulations and restrictions we advise to look into the measures taken by your own specific government and act accordingly.

Restaurant Club - Covid-19 measures

In order to open as safely as possible, we're instituting new safety guidelines.

What we're doing:

- We're providing personal protective equipment to all of our staff.
- We'll do a temperature check upon every staff member's arrival.
- We'll be using a table reservation system, so no ordering at the bar.
- We'll place tables at least 1.5 meters apart from each other.
- We'll provide plenty of hand sanitizer throughout the space.
- We'll disinfect common surfaces regularly and will disinfect tables and seats between seatings.

What we ask you to do:

- Protect yourself and others, stay home if you feel sick or unwell.
- Wear a face mask at all times. When arriving, if you leave your table, when going outside for a toilet visit or a smoke. This only changes when you are at your table.
- Meet up beforehand and check-in when your bubble is complete.
- Dancing is strictly forbidden.
- Respect social distance and keep 1.5m with other bubbles/tables.