The 4th edition of Wild Festival Groningen will take place on Friday, October 20, and Saturday, October 21, 2023. Just like in previous years, the festival will be held at EM2 in Groningen.
The festival is divided into 3 different sessions:
Session 1: Friday, October 20, from 18:00 to 22:00
Session 2: Saturday, October 21, from 13:00 to 17:00
Session 3: Saturday, October 21, from 18:00 to 22:00
The all-access passes are sold out, but there are still tickets available for the individual sessions.
A ticket costs €14,99 and grants access to one session. You will also receive a unique tasting glass at the festival entrance.
Buy your tickets here: https://wildfestivalgroningen.stager.nl/web/tickets
Everyone! Dogs, chickens, horses, or children; everyone is welcome at Wild Festival Groningen. Let’s get wild!
However, there are rules regarding alcohol consumption. Everyone who is 18 years or older will receive a wristband at the entrance to purchase alcoholic beverages. Even if you are younger, you are still welcome at the festival grounds. You will just not receive a wristband and won’t be able to purchase alcoholic drinks.
Absolutely, every visitor must be able to prove that they are at least 18 years old. If there are doubts about your age and you cannot provide proof that you are at least 18 years old, you will not receive a wristband.
Drinks and food can be purchased with tokens, which can be bought at the festival grounds. You can pay with cash or card.
Of course! A beer tastes even better when paired with food. That’s why there are various dining options available, such as De Wilde Slager and EM2.
While it’s advisable to arrange transportation or use public transport after attending Wild Festival Groningen, there is parking available at Em2.
There are many great breweries, cider makers, and winemakers present at the festival, offering delicious creations. If you’re looking for something other than WILD, the beers from Folkingebrew and Spartacus breweries provide a welcome break.
Out of respect for the brewers and organizers, we ask you not to bring your own bottles or cans.