Meet us in the fantastic setting of the Parc d’Enghien, where our scenography blends perfectly with the natural beauty of this exceptional area. Two entrances will allow you to access the festival site:
  • Entrance “Ville” (Elizabeth Avenue)
  • Entrance ‘Miroir’ (Brunehault Road)

How do you get here?

Festival Schedule

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

On Saturday, we’re giving you the chance to sleep in after a fiery first night, with the plain open from 10.30am to 2.30am.

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.

Coming by train

The Enghien train station is located 700 meters away – 9-minutes  walk from the event venue and can be accessed from every major train station in the country. (Information on the SNCB website). Follow the arrows!

Are you going to the campsite from the station? Take advantage of our free shuttle service!

Every 40 minutes, hop on a bus to your 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.

What’s more, when you buy your ticket for LaSemo, you’ll receive a 50% discount on your return train ticket to the festival! No more excuses for not coming by train!

Available only on the SNCB website from 19/06/2024.

Pssst, the train ride is free for children under 12 years old accompanied by an adult.

Back to Shuttle

Enjoy LaSemo until the end of the night but sleep in your bed? It’s possible too!

From Friday to Sunday evenings, you can take advantage of the shuttle service to Brussels. They will stop at Montgomery and Central Station.

On Sunday evenings, you can also take advantage of the shuttle service to Tournai (train station) and Liège (Guillemins).

Navette tickets are now available on the online ticketing service.

Shuttles depart from the Champs (Pavé de Soigne) entrance.

No shuttle tickets are sold on site.

Group cycling

What a great idea! This is a bonus for your shape, your well-being and the environment!

LaSemo, together with Pro Vélo and La Jacqueline, offers you a group departure by bike from Brussels. This is your chance to extend the extraordinary experience of July 12, 13 and 14 at LaSemo on your own racing car.

Practical information will be available soon.

And as a bonus… the ride will be accompanied by music thanks to the exceptional participation of La Jacqueline, the mobile sound system that spreads good cheer.

A luggage transport service is organized so that your trip can be spent without worrying about the weight of your camping gear.

A technical problem? Bicycle repair kits will be available during the ride and in the bicycle parking areas:

  • at the festive camping
  • at the quiet/family campsite
  • at the town entrance (with lockers).

Solo bike trip

Are you coming from somewhere other than Brussels and like the idea of a bike ride?

To help you plan your route, there’s what’s known as a network of nodes. It is a network of points consisting of a dense mesh of roads that intersect at nodes (numbered intersections). In the field, at each intersection, a beacon indicates the number of the intersection and the possible directions to the following numbers.

Define your own route according to the desired length, in a loop or in a line, by noting the succession of numbers to follow. The proposed route will automatically favor bike-friendly lanes, using dedicated lanes where these exist.

Here is a short tutorial to understand how they work.

Find the knots in Wallonia and Flanders : Click here

Itinerary ideas:

  • From Soignies: 18,2 km. Follow the nodes: 90-91-79-64-19-40-28-35-92-91-77-98-67-1
  • From Lessines: 18,4 km. Follow the nodes: 34-46-41-49-44-2-46-97-70-74-1
  • From Leerbeek: 17,1 km. Follow the nodes: 42-41-39-38-32-33-34-35-17-47-98-67-1
  • From Ghislenghien: 17,0 km. Follow the nodes: 3-10-43-11-42-59-97-70-74-1

Three bicycle parks (equipped with repair kits) await you:

  • at the festive camping
  • at the quiet/family campsite
  • at the city entrance (with lockers).

Coming by Bus

The bus stop at Enghien station gives you direct access to : 

  • At the entrance of LaSemo, on foot (700 m, 9 min). You’ll find signposts leading you straight to the festival entrance. 
  • To the campsites via the free shuttles.

Bus timetables can be consulted on the following websites:  

Coming by car

You still decide to come to LaSemo by car? Have you already collected your parking tickets? 

Remember to load your car as much as possible so as not to leave an empty seat (LaSemo is on Blablacar)!

Take along your most reliable GPS, LaSemo’s playlist for the journey 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)

With Google Maps or Waze

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)

With Google Maps or Waze

Think about carpooling! 

  • Looking for PMR parking? 

With Google Maps or Waze

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