Opening hours festival
Saturday 6 June 2020: 12 pm – 12 am
Sunday 7 June 2020: 12 am – 8 pm
9727 KE Groningen
The Rapalje Zomerfolk Festival is also accessible for disabled visitors. We encourage disabled visitors to take into account the festival site is with grass of which the condition can be affected by the weather.
From Groningen Central Station you can take bus 10 (towards Hoornse Meer / Martini Hospital) approximately every 15 minutes; you get off at the Concourslaan stop. It is then a 15 minute walk to the Rapalje Zomerfolk Festival and the Camping Stadspark is a little bit further. From the bus stop the route will be indicated with signs.
Return by bus after the festival? This is also possible! At the Kamerlingh Onnesstraat bus stop (in the street diagonally opposite the Concourslaan stop you got out), line 10 (towards Korrewegwijk via Grote Markt) runs to Central Station and the city center until 00:43.
Missed the bus? Then call one of the many taxi companies in Groningen or walk to Central Station (15-20 minutes walk from the Concourslaan stop)
There is a large parking near the Gasunie building, only 100 meters from the festival terrain. Here you can park for free. Park attendants will lead you there.
From Groningen Central Station it is about a 30 minute walk to the Festival terrain. You can also come by bike. There are many bike standards near the festival site to park your bike.
It is possible to spend the night at Zomerfolk. There is a campingsite next to the festival terrain. Please make sure you reserve a spot early (especially if you have a campervan) because space is limited and the camping is always full.
9727 KH Groningen
Tel : (+31) (0)50 – 5251624
Or a hotel nearby:
There are also several budgett hostels in Groningen: