Complex Festival will take place at the beautiful Geusseltpark in Maastricht on Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th of June 2023, both days from 13:00 till 23:00.
Wondering how to get to the festival grounds? Scroll down to the transport section in our FAQ.
The minimum age for Complex Festival is 18. Although we’d love to have each and every one of you, we can’t make any exceptions, not even if your birthday is the day after the festival. If your 18th birthday happens to be on the day of the festival, you’re more than welcome to celebrate this special day with us.
It's absolutely important that you can show a valid ID. We will check for your and our safety on identification. If you don’t have your ID, your access can be denied.
The minimum age is 18, it's absolutely important that you can show a valid ID. We will check for your and our safety on identification. If you don’t have your ID, your access can be denied.
Yes, we'll provide plenty of lockers for everyone! A locker holds 3 jackets, share it with your friends! You can buy your locker in advance right... HERE!
No, once you've entered the festival ground you can't leave and re-enter. In = in and out = out.
At Complex Festival you pay for your drinks and food with tokens. You can purchase these tokens at the different cashier points using cash, a debit card (Maestro) or a credit card (Visa/ Mastercard). There’s no cash machine at Complex Festival.
No, tokens from our club are not valid at Complex Festival, as we will be using different tokens specifically for the festival.
No, it's not possible to buy cigarettes at the festival site.
You can enter the festival till 20:00, make sure you arrive before this time!
You didn't secure your ticket yet? You better hurry up! You can buy your ticket right here!
Yes, this is not a problem. Tickets are not bound to name!
Save the trees! There's no need to print your ticket, we can scan your ticket from your phone as long as your screen isn't cracked. Please turn up your phone's brightness to the fullest when you reach our ticket scan.
Only bags that are maximum 30 x 21 x 10 cm in original and unfolded condition are allowed on the festival site. Larger bags and backpacks are not allowed.
We love pets as much as you do but unfortunately a festival ground is not a very safe place for pets. Therefor pets are, for their own good, not allowed on the festival site.
Only consumer cameras such as compact cameras and smartphones are allowed on the festival site. Cameras with interchangeable lenses, SLR cameras and video cameras are not allowed for visitors. GoPros are also considered a professional camera and are therefore not allowed on the festival site.
It is not permitted to hang up banners, to distribute flyers, stickers and to hand out samples on or around the festival site without the permission of the organization.
The terrain at Complex Festival is mostly flat and there are steel plates on the surface to get to all the stages. However, not all the terrain is paved, so there are grassy areas to consider. In general these are all flat surfaces with low-cut grass. In addition, there is an Easy Access Unit toilet on site, as well as widened entrance.
Yes, there are several foodtrucks at the festival. These will offer various food options, such as pizza's, burgers, fries, chicken and fruits!
Our foodtrucks offer several vegetarian and vegan dishes. However, currently we can not guarantee 100% gluten-free options. Visitors with gluten intolerance or celiac disease are allowed to bring their own food to the festival. Please be sure to bring a doctor's statement with you, so our security staff can be informed!
No, it's not allowed to bring your own drinks and food to the festival. Throughout the festival site there are numerous of bars and foodtrucks waiting to serve you delicious drinks and food! Unless you can show a doctor's statement at the entrance to validate certain diets (such as gluten intolerance) that require you to bring your own food or drinks.
Yes, earplugs will be sold at Complex Festival.
We welcome all people regardless of their nationality, gender or religion as long as they respect each other and our staff.
There is no room for discrimination, sexual harassment, bigotry, violence or hatred of any kind at our festival.
Any violation of the above mentioned rules means that there will be no more festival for you!
If you see or experience any harassment or unwanted behaviour of any kind, please let our staff or security know immediately.
If you, or any of our guests is in need of medical attention for whichever reason, please let our staff, security or first aid team know immediately. We are here to help!
Please note that inspections can be carried out at the entrance to the festival or on the site itself, including the confiscation of unauthorized items. Confiscated items will not be taken into custody. Inspection can be done by means of visitation (checking bags) or search (light touch of clothing, pockets and possibly shoes). If one or more of these checks are refused, the visitor will not be granted access.
Yes, this is allowed, but please make sure that you are in the possession of a medical passport or doctor's statement and that you’re able to show this at the entrance. Next to this, it’s also important that it’s shown clearly which medication you are carrying. Report the fact that you’re carrying medication during the visitation.
The use of illegal drugs is harmful and can have negative consequences for you, your immediate environment, our organization as well as the relevant security authorities. We have a zero tolerance policy therefor it is strictly prohibited to possess or sell any soft and hard drugs at our festival. Any violation of this can lead to criminal prosecution and denial of access to the festival.
Staying or living nearby? Cycling is most certainly the best and quickest option. Park your bike in the designated area right next to the festival entrance. Be aware: Parking your bike here is at your own risk, and not monitored!
For navigation use the address Marathonweg 1, Maastricht.
Take the train or bus to the Maastricht Noord train station. Leave the station on the east side, and follow the signs to the festival. This will be a 15-minute walk.
For navigation use the address Marathonweg 1, Maastricht.
We will offer free parking near the festival site. Please note that Full = Full and we strongly advise you to come by public transport or bike.
Please use P+R Noord. Coming from the A2 Highway use exit 52 and follow the signs to P+R Noord. For navigation purposes you can enter the following address: Hoekerweg, Maastricht.
Please use P+R Noord. Coming from Liege use the Koning Willem Alexander-tunnel and use Exit 1: Bunde + Rothem. From here follow the signs to P+R Noord. For Navigation purposes you can enter the following address: Hoekerweg, Maastricht.
If you are coming from the east (Margraten, Valkenburg, Gulpen and beyond) Please use the parking at Geusseltbad. For navigation purposes use the following address: Vijfkamp 1, Maastricht.
If you are coming from the west (Lanaken, Bilzen, Maasmechelen and beyond) Please use the parking at Geusselt Stadion. For navigation purposes please use the following address: Stadionplein 1, Maastricht.
If you are being dropped of by a taxi or bysomeone else, please follow the signs to the kiss and ride located at the Severenstraat.
We want to keep our festival as clean and sustainable as possible. There's a circulair system on all our eco-cups and bottles we give out at the bars, turn them in so they can be recycled into eco-cups / bottles again. This way we can keep our plastic waste to a minimum!
How does it work?
- You receive a free 'green' token at the entrance. This coin has no value but guarantees you a free eco-cup/bottle at the bar.
- Hand in your 'green' token at the bar and receive your eco-cup/bottle. You pay your drink with the regular tokens.
- Did you finish your drink? Exchange your eco-cup/bottle at the bar for a new drink or a 'green' token.
- Lost your eco-cup/bottle? Then you pay 0.5 regular token extra on top of the drink price.
- All the collected plastic will be recycled after the festival and converted back into eco-cups/bottles next year. So don't forget to turn in your last cup!
Eco-cups/bottles that have been lying on the floor can not be recycled unfortunately.
Fun fact: the 'green' token that you receive at the entrance is made from 100% recycled fishing nets, this way we keep our festival clean and sustainable, but we also help fight the maritime pollution! By using this token we are able to reduce the amount of waste and Co2 emissions in seas and oceans and we make sure valuable raw materials won't get lost.
- We'll be able to keep track of the full recycling process of our cups after this festival, this way we know exactly when the old cups are being turned into new cups. We can even store all the recycled cups so they are ready to be used at our next edition next year!
- The 'green' token that you receive at the entrance is made from 100% recycled fishing nets, this way we keep our festival clean and sustainable, but we also help fight the maritime pollution! By using this token we are able to reduce the amount of waste and Co2 emissions in seas and oceans and we make sure valuable raw materials won't get lost.
- The beer we serve at our festival is made with 100% renewable energy!