Everything you need to know about Devilstone 2018
As Devilstone is getting closer, we would like to answer some questions which might occur for those going to the festival for the first time and also to refresh the memory of frequent guests.
Devilstone takes place in the town of Anykščiai, in the Dainuva valley situated on the bank of the Šventoji River. Anykščiai is an extremely friendly and hospitable place, and the town centre is just a kilometre away from the valley.
Festival gates open at 11:00–11:30 on Thursday, 12 July. No one is allowed to enter the territory before that time, so there is no need to arrive early, unless you’re prepared for a DYI pre-party outside the gates :)
Those who haven’t bought the ticket in advance will be able to get one at the festival entrance. The ticket price during the event is 65 EUR. Single-day tickets will be available only at the festival.
CAMPING // PARKING
There are 3 camping areas in the festival territory: the active camp, the utopian peaceful camp and one at the Barbablu stage area. There are 2 parking areas. The first one is a little remote from the festival territory (yet still relatively close to it) and is free of charge. The second one is on the festival site, fenced, lit and periodically observed by security. The festival venue itself is lit at night and rather compact, thus reaching one point from another is easy.
FOOD // DRINKS
At Devilstone you can find beverage, snack, and warm filling food stands for a large variety of tastes and dietary requirements. Caif Cafe and the cocktail bar at the beach will make sure you never run out of refreshments. Smokers can buy regular cigarettes / heets or chill out at IQOS Lounge.
WC // SHOWERS
Devilstone has all necessities and amenities of an open-air festival, including bio toilets, wash stations and showers. The showers are a couple of hundred meters from the beach. Oh and there’s also the river!
INFO // HELP
Ask anything at Devilstone’s Info Centre. If you lost or found something, want to charge your phone or use the Internet, Info Centre is the place. Make sure you have your own charger! Additionally, a medical station situated right next to the Info Centre will be operating 24/7 in case of emergencies. Find the Info Centre right next to the West Stage.
Check out the unique Devilstone’s merch as well as some merch of our bands at the stands next to the Info Centre.
You can only pay cash at the festival territory. ATMs are available in the town centre which is only a fifteen-minute walk away – as are the other perks of civilization: shops, malls, and cafés.
It is not allowed to bring any kind of alcoholic beverages into the festival area. Glass containers, weapons and other harmful items are prohibited and will be confiscated by security. Food and water or other non-alcoholic drinks in plastic containers are allowed. It is strictly forbidden to light fires in the valley, however, it is okay to use barbecue grills.
Devilstone is a pet-friendly festival: you are welcome to bring your dog with you. However, keep your friend on a leash, wearing a muzzle, and do not leave it without supervision.
PHOTO // VIDEO
All types of photo and video equipment are allowed. As nowadays it is difficult to distinguish between professional and non-professional equipment, use whatever the hell you like.
It is forbidden to occupy more space than needed. Please do not rail off a private yard for yourself or for your soon-arriving friends. The festival territory is not that large, so we kindly ask you to make some space for others.
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