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Access and opening hours

LaSemo is located in the (magnificent) Parc d’Enghien in … Enghien (that was easy!).

Avenue Elisabeth, 7850 Enghien (if you’re coming by car, please refer to the “Getting toLaSemo” section to enter the correct address).

By train, by bike, on foot, by bus, by car; we strive to offer you as many aletrnatives as possible to make your journeys as pleasant as they are kind to the environment.

You’ll find details of the options on this page.

Bring your most reliable GPS, the LaSemo playlist for the trip and a little patience.

You’ve come for:

  • one day
  • quiet camping
  • family camping
  • camping van
  • parking p1 and p2 (accessible only if you’re staying at the quiet or family campsite)

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A lovely stroll through the woods will bring you to the festival in peace and quiet.
  • festive camping
  • parking p3 (accessible only if you’re staying at the camping festif)

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Think about carpooling!

  • Looking for PMR parking?

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You can come and party on Friday from 3pm to 2:30am.

Saturday, we grant you a little sleep in after a first evening of the most ignited, the plain will be opened from 10:30 am till 2:30 am.

And on Sunday, the last day (because all good things must come to an end, even the best), you’ll be able to come and enjoy the show from 10.30am to 1.30am.

The first thing to do is to take a deep breath and shout loudly: “Lasemooooooo, je t’aaiiiiiiiiiime”.

Then go to a “braceletterie” where you can exchange your ticket (on your phone) for an access bracelet to the plain (and possibly the campsite).

It is essential that anyone wishing to enter the plain should present themselves in person at the bracelet shop; we attach the bracelets to the wrists ourselves.

Once your wristband is securely fastened, you can head for one of the park entrances (you only have to pass through the wristband shop once).

Addresses of ticket offices – braceletteries (this information is subject to change; it is indicative of the 2023 timetable).

  • If you’re coming from the station or the town center: Braceletterie Ville: avenue Elisabeth (entrance to Enghien park)
    • Wed 5-8pm,
    • Closed game,
    • Fri 2.30pm-9pm,
    • Sat 10am-9pm,
    • Sun 10 am – 6 pm
  • If you are coming from the calme-famille campsite and/or the P1-P2-Van parking lot: Braceletterie Brunehault: chaussée de Brunehault
    • Sea closed,
    • Thurs 6-10pm,
    • Fri 12-9pm,
    • Sat 9:30am-9pm,
    • Sun 9.30am-6pm
  • If you are coming from the camping festif and/or the P3 parking lot: Braceletterie Champ: pavé de Soignies (next to Nautisport)
    • Sea closed,
    • Thurs 6-10pm,
    • Fri 12-9pm,
    • Sat 10am-9pm,
    • Sun 10am-6pm.

Bicycle parking facilities offer the infrastructure you need to securely hang your bike. They must be particularly visible to prevent damage.

There is no surveillance of the parking lot.

What wonderful news! We are counting on all talents and energies to provide the best possible support for the various missions during the festival.

All the information and the form can be found here

We offer a parking space reserved for people with a disabled parking card.

Your access request must be sent by e-mail to accessibilité@pastoo.be.

My tickets

If you have any questions about your tickets, please write to our ticketing support service.

Click here to retrieve your tickets using your email address.

No, having them on your smartphone will enable our reception teams to scan them and give you your wristbands.

Yes, we’re always happy to have you with us.

Addresses of ticket offices – braceletteries

  • If you’re coming from the station or the town center: Braceletterie Ville: avenue Elisabeth (entrance to Enghien park)
    • Wed 5-8pm,
    • Closed game,
    • Fri 2.30pm-9pm,
    • Sat 10am-9pm,
    • Sun 10 am – 6 pm
  • If you are coming from the calme-famille campsite and/or the P1 parking lot: Braceletterie Brunehault: chaussée de Brunehault
    • Sea closed,
    • Thurs 6-10pm,
    • Fri 12-9pm,
    • Sat 9:30am-9pm,
    • Sun 9.30am-6pm
  • If you are coming from a party camping site and/or P2 parking lot: Braceletterie Champ: pavé de Soignies (next to Nautisport)
    • Sea closed,
    • Thurs 6-10pm,
    • Fri 12-9pm,
    • Sat 10am-9pm,
    • Sun 10am-6pm.

Your SNCB discount code has been emailed to you with your admission tickets.

The e-mail attachment includes all the tickets, as well as the code needed for the SNCB. and is included in the same pdf file as your post.

Infinite sadness, we would have been so happy to count you among us!

We do not refund tickets. Nevertheless, you can publish your bills on this platform for resale in a secure and guaranteed way.

LaSemo, like any cultural organization, is subject to hazards and unforeseen events. Although we do our utmost to anticipate every possible scenario, there are always inextricable situations that can prevent a concert (or worse, the festival) from taking place.

In the event of total or partial cancellation of festival activities, we will not refund tickets purchased.

You can, however, take out cancellation insurance with the insurance company of your choice. LaSemo does not offer this service. The insurance offered in our online store is independent of our organization and is not provided by LaSemo asbl.

Buying concert or festival tickets outside the official sales channels always presents a certain risk. We accept no liability for tickets purchased outside our online store.

However, it is possible to find tickets on this secure resale platform.

The resale of tickets does not generate a profit margin.

Yes, Enghiennois get €10 off the 3-day pass and €5 off the 1-day pass with the code.

The code will be emailed to you at [email protected] (proof of address required).

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Yes, it is possible to buy art 27 tickets, which are available to Article 27 beneficiaries of the Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles. The organization makes a point of ensuring that culture is accessible to as many people as possible.

For further information and registration, please visit the article 27 website.

Campsites

There are several campsites:

  • Quiet family campsite, close to the P2 parking lot, chaussée de Brunehaut ;
  • Festive camping, near the P3 parking lot, Pavé de Soignies.
  • The Van campsite, next to the calm and family campsites

Remember, the camping ticket only gives you access to the campsite. You won’t have access to a parking lot or the festival ground.

Campsites open at 6pm on Thursday July 11 and close at 12pm on Monday July 15.

Campsites are only accessible with an admission ticket valid for the current day of the festival.

To gain access to the campsite, you must first go through the braceletterie.

Addresses of ticket offices – braceletteries

  • If you’re coming from the station, a free shuttle bus will take you directly to your campsite.
  • If you come to the calme-famille-van campsites: Braceletterie Brunehault: chaussée de Brunehault
    • Sea closed,
    • Thurs 6-10pm,
    • Fri 12-9pm,
    • Sat 9:30am-9pm,
    • Sun 9.30am-6pm
  • If you come to the festive campsite: Braceletterie Champ: pavé de Soignies (next to Nautisport)
    • Sea closed,
    • Thurs 6-10pm,
    • Fri 12-9pm,
    • Sat 10am-9pm,
    • Sun 10am-6pm.

We have set up a free shuttle service between Enghien station and the various campsites. The shuttle can also take you from the campsite to the train station.

Every 40 minutes (indicative timetable), you can reach your destination campsite:

  • Thursday, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
  • Friday from 1pm to 9pm
  • Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • Monday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

You can’t bring a barbecue to the campsite, but there will be a cooking zone on the Festive Campsite and the Family Campsite (with access to the Quiet Campsite), including tables, chairs, a fridge and areas for barbecues and charcoal.

You’ll also find shared electrical access.

Arbors, glassware, weapons and dangerous objects are not permitted on the campsite.

Small individual gas stoves are accepted.

There will be a cooking zone on both the Festive and Family Campsites (with access for the Quiet Campsite), including tables, chairs, a fridge and areas for barbecues and charcoal.

You’ll also find shared electrical access and access to showers & toilets.

This campsite is accessible by combining two tickets:

  • a “Pitch van” ticket to enter the campsite with your vehicle
  • one “camping” ticket per person staying in the vehicle.

Vehicle movement on the camper van is restricted to ensure the safety and comfort of everyone.

Please respect the following timetables:

  • Thursday: 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 11:30am -9:00pm
  • Saturday: 9am – 9pm
  • Sunday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. (open all night for vehicle check-out)

Pedestrian access to the camping van is unlimited between Thursday and Monday via the family campsite.

On the plain: eating, drinking and living together

Of course, you can also eat at LaSemo.

Picnics are allowed as long as they are transported in reusable containers.

We also offer a selection of top-quality, gourmet food-trucks.

Each merchant, exhibitor or supplier is selected on the basis of the quality of their products, and must give priority to local and seasonal produce, while offering, in addition to their menu, dishes to suit different diets, and child-friendly portions for small stomachs.

In partnership with SWDE, water points are available for you to fill your water bottle free of charge.

To facilitate payment processing and reduce waiting times, we have set up a “cashless” payment system using a card that will be available on the festival site. Bars and food-trucks will not accept any other method of payment.

Cashless cards can be recharged online via PAYCONIQ or at a recharging station (cash or credit card).

Only artisans won’t be offering cashless systems. Payment can be made by bancontact or cash.

Refunds of any remaining pépettes will be made via our website, for a limited period of time.

For all the practical information you need about setting up an account, activation fees, refunds and the general operation of this payment method, visit www.lasemo.be/jerecharge.

In the interests of public health, smoking is not permitted on the entire plain.

Smoking areas are set up and signposted at various locations, and cigarette butts are collected and recycled.

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to bring your faithful companion.

Dogs are not allowed on site, with the exception of guide and assistance dogs.

Did you know that you generate less waste at LaSemo than at home? That’s thanks to all our sustainable initiatives like the ban on plastic, food packaging and glass bottles.

As far as festival guests are concerned, we avoid plastic waste and packaging on our campsites as much as possible. Take advantage of our local, sustainable farmers’ market to stock up (and not starve).

LaSemo aims to be an inclusive festival, welcoming all people and responding to their specific needs. You’ll find all the information you need on this page.

The site is (almost) 100% accessible to wheelchair users and baby carriages, thanks to the use of rolling plates and nets.

We also take care to make our information and part of our musical offer accessible and understandable.

For example, several concerts and lectures will be translated into chantsigne, equipped with induction loops or translated into sign language.

Physical/verbal violence and/or discrimination

If you have witnessed or been the victim of physical/verbal violence and/or discrimination during our event. You can contact us at

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