VOLTAGE festival in Zwevegem, Belgium announced today that they have gotten the official green light from both federal and local authorities to happen as a non-socially distanced event. No masks will need to be worn either.
After organising five successful editions, VOLTAGE grew into an impressive powerhouse on the national and international festival circuit. The organisation has always stuck to its core values: a mix of established techno heroes and emerging talents, presented in an industrial context: the amazing Transfo site in Zwevegem (Belgium).
As VOLTAGE Festival is a test event, there will be a few obligations festival goers have to adhere to: – All visitors must install the Close app. – All visitors will need to show a valid COVID Safe Ticket (for Belgian visitors) or a valid European Digital COVID Certificate (for non Belgian visitors) each day upon entering the festival grounds.
This year’s line up features more than 50 artists including Len Faki, Karenn, 999999999, British Murder Boys, SPFDJ, Anetha and many more, with the artists will be divided over three stages: the Anode, the Turbine and since 2018, the Rotor stage.