‘WHERE YOU ARE WHO YOU ARE WHEN NO ONE CAN SEE YOU’
On July 5 – July 7 we’re going to take a three day tumble in De Groene Heuvels (The Green Hills) park, hidden in the rolling land between the Maas and Waal rivers for Down The Rabbit Hole!
Down The Rabbit Hole says adventure, confusion, surrealism and psychedelics, which has been an inspiration for (psycho) rockers, DJs, artists, designers and filmmakers ever since the rise of the pop culture in the uncurbed 1960s… Good company, so get ready to tumble…
And we will go down collectively, so be prepared. A frontrunner line-up on the stages and equal measures of thrill in and around those tents.
We have all the time in the world, there’s no rush. Take your time to dine in dozens of restaurants from all corners of the earth, go meditate in the forest, lie down in the green pasture, swim for a bit, strum by the campfire, discover hidden discos… Have a ball with brand-new bands or finally see that classic artist in full swing. We’re out and we’re loose! Build your own party and celebrate, enjoy what you do, all with an open mind and in a sustainable way: we’ll keep it green & clean.
A trip to Down The Rabbit Hole is a perfect summer getaway! Bring your own camping gear or rent luxurious accommodations at our Rabbit Resort.
Down The Rabbit Hole, where you are who you are when no one can see you…
FREE SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE
There’s a free shuttle bus service running between Wijchen Train Station and Down The Rabbit Hole during the festival. The exact time schedule will be published one month ahead of the festival.
Approx. every twenty minutes a bus runs between train station Wijchen and the festival and vice versa.
Please note that the last bus of the day departs from Down The Rabbit Hole at midnight, so there’s no shuttle service during the nights.
Navigate to Beuningen, Gelderland, The Netherlands and follow the yellow signs ‘P Down The Rabbit Hole’. By following the sings, you will get directed to the nearest available parking location. Please note that cars are banned on the camp site. Presale parking tickets costs €15,- via Ticketmaster. Parking tickets cost €25,- on site.
Flying out to The Netherlands for Down The Rabbit Hole? Then book a flight to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Rotterdam – The Hague Airport, Eindhoven Airport, Weeze Airport (Germany) or Düsseldorf Airport (Germany). From there, take a train or coach to Wijchen Station. You can catch a free shuttle bus from Wijchen Station to Down The Rabbit Hole.
It will take you approximately 1,5 to 2 hours from all of these five airports to get to Down The Rabbit Hole.
Planning your public transport journey? The 9292OV public transport journey planner or the NS train journey planner might come in handy for traveling using trains, busses, metros and trams in The Netherlands. You can buy your public transport tickets at the tram, train, metro or bus station where you’re departing from: it’s not neccessary to buy your tickets in advance. In the case you’re flying through Weeze or Düsseldorf Airport (both in Germany) and traveling to Down The Rabbit Hole by train, you might want to book a coach ticket or train ticket in advance.
It’s easy to get to Down The Rabbit Hole by train: please navigate to Wijchen Station. From this station you can take a free shuttle bus to Down The Rabbit Hole, which will depart approximately every 20 minutes.
Planning your public transport journey? The 9292OV public transport journey planner or the NS train journey planner might come in handy. You can buy your public transport tickets at the tram, train, metro or bus station where you’re departing from: it’s not necessary to buy your tickets in advance.
You can park your bike at our bicycle parking area next to the festival entrance, just follow the signs. A bike ride from Nijmegen to Down The Rabbit Hole will take you about 45 minutes.
Are you bringing your motorcycle? You can park your motorcycle at our Camper Camping: you can use one Camper Camping ticket 2 motorbikes + 1 tent tents OR 2 + 1 engine. You can also park your motorbike at our motorcycle parking area (near the entrance) and stay at our regular camping. Please note you’ll need an additional Camper Camping ticket if you would like to camp on our Camper Camping.
BY CAMPING VEHICLE?
You’re welcome to bring your own RV, trailer or tent trailer, but please note that you’ll have to buy an additional Camper Camping ticket, which costs you €79,- (Ticketmaster fee included). Only camping vehicles that meet the requirements laid down in the Dutch Road Traffic Regulations are allowed. Please note there is no electricity available on our campings.
Gas cylinders are only allowed in RV’s and not trailers and trailer tents and only when a recent MOT report (max 1 year old) can be shown.
Are you bringing a trailer or tent trailer? You don’t have to buy an additional parking ticket: this is included in the price of your Camper Camping ticket.