The official beginning of Devilstone is Thursday, 13 of July. From 12:00 onwards, festival guests are allowed in the festival grounds. Devilstone ends at 18:00 on Sunday, 16 of July. Festival guests should leave Dainuva valley by Monday evening.
Currently, DEVILSTONE tickets are available online via Devilstone Tickets. They will be sold during the festival at the gates to the territory as well.
TICKETS IN LATVIA
Find all info about tickets here: www.ticketshop.lv
One-day tickets (Thursday, Friday, or Saturday only) will be available only at the entrance to the festival grounds during the event. When buying a ticket for Thursday or Friday, the full price must be paid; the difference will be refunded if the guest leaves before 12:00 the next day.
For information regarding accreditation for media representatives, look at the MEDIA section. Applications are accepted until 7 July 2014.
Upon presenting the ticket guests are given a wristband which must be worn throughout the festival. Individuals spotted without it must leave the festival area at once. The wristband enables free passage in and out of the festival area.
Everyone entering the festival area is asked to show the wristband. All guests and their vehicles are checked for prohibited items; if some are found, they are confiscated immediately.
The organisers reserve the right to deny entrance to intoxicated, suspicious, or aggressive individuals to ensure the safety of all festival guests. People explicitly exhibiting radical political beliefs will not be allowed to enter as well. Troublemakers and people without wristbands will be escorted out of the festival area. Those trying to enter the area without a ticket are forbidden to buy one at all.
The festival has no age restrictions; however, children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Disclaimer: DEVILSTONE's programme if for adults and may be shocking to children. The safety and supervision of children at the festival is the responsibility of accompanying adults.
Booklets containing the running order of concerts, entertainment venues, maps, and other useful information regarding the festival are provided together with the ticket-wristband upon entering the festival grounds; they will be available at the INFO Centre as well.
Professional photo cameras are allowed; however, professional video equipment is prohibited (except for media representatives). The buyer of the ticket agrees that photos and videos taken during the event are free for non-commercial use of all the festival guests, participants, audience, and organisers.
PARKING AND CAMPING
There are two (FIRST and SECOND) parking fields in the festival territory. FIRST parking field charges are as follows: 7 EUR for a motorcycle, 15 EUR for a car, 20 EUR for a camper van, and 30 EUR for a bus. Camping space is free of charge. SECOND parking field is free of charge.
MOTORCYCLE PARKING (MC CAMP)
A part of the FIRST car park is reserved especially for motorcycles and serves as a camping space for their owners. A quick reminder: it is strictly prohibited to ride a motorbike in the festival grounds.
This camping area has no restrictions in regards of noise, so anyone unwilling to participate in an all-night long party should choose the Peaceful camp. The Active camp is best for those who don't care or sleep during the day. The camp is situated on the riverbank.
This camping area is for those who value a good night's sleep. Noise, shouting, guitars, etc. are forbidden in this camp. The area for peaceful sleeping is reserved close to the East and Gamma stages.
Unfortunately, there are no possibilities to create a special environment for people with disabilities and children; nevertheless, report to the volunteers, security guards, or at the INFO Centre should any problems occur and we will do our best to help.
SAFETY AND FIRST-AID
Security guards and the local police ensures the order and well-being of Devilstone's guests. Troublemakers will be asked to leave.
If any medical attention is needed, please report at the medical station (located at the INFO Centre). Should there be any questions, please feel free to ask the security or volunteers.
LIFE AT THE FESTIVAL
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Snacks and hot meals from professional caterers (including vegetarian food) are available to buy in the festival area. In addition to soft beverages, beer and cider is sold as well.
In addition to beer stands, there is a cocktail bar in the café on the riverbank.
MERCHANDISE, RECORDS, ARTS AND CRAFTS
Festival bands and festival merchandise, records, jewellery and various arts and crafts are sold in specialised stalls during the event.
Swimming in the Šventoji River is allowed; however, keep in mind that Šventoji is very rapid. Be careful yourself and be attentive to others to avoid disaster.
WC AND HYGIENE
The festival area is outfitted with bio-toilets and washbasins; litter bins also are provided so as to keep Dainuva valley clean. There also will be showers in a nearby campsite just about 600 meters away from the festival area.
Cigarette butts, plastic containers, food scraps, and everything else that is unnecessary counts as trash. There is plenty of trash bins all over the festival territory, please respect Dainuva valley and do not litter. After the festival, leave your camping space as tidy as it was before your arrival.
Only EUROS are accepted and only in cash: no debit or credit cards. ATMs and bank facilities are in the town.
After the reconstruction of Dainuva valley, all bonfire places are removed. It is strictly prohibited to light fires in unfitted places; however, barbecue kettles and other similar camping equipment are allowed. Trees in the valley are not to be cut, please bring your own firewood for the barbecue.
THE TOWN OF ANYKŠČIAI
The centre of Anykščiai is about 1 km from Dainuva valley and can be easily reached by foot. You can find ATM machines, supermarkets, pubs and cafés, and hotels. There are a lot of interesting places for sighseeing; there's more information at www.infoanyksciai.lt
Pets are allowed on the festival grounds; however, they must not disturb the public order and peace, as well as endanger the other guests or cause fear. Dogs must be muzzled and their owners are obliged by law to ensure cleanliness in the festival area. Nevertheless, it is better to leave pets at home so as not to cause trouble for other people and for the sake of your own rest.
All information about the festival and its programme, etc. is available at the festival’s INFO Centre. Should any problems occur, feel free to ask, whether you need to charge your phone, look something up on the Internet, or require medical attention. Please report if some of your possessions are missing or if you find something that is not yours. For a small fee, we will keep your valuables safe as well.