TICKETS AND PASSES
Ticketmaster is the only official sales channel for Vida Festival. Vida Festival does not guarantee the authenticity of tickets or passes purchased anywhere other than through the official sales channel.
Tickets are non-refundable. Once you have purchased your ticket, no exchanges or refunds will be accepted.
For incidents and enquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, they will be made available a few months before the festival. One-day tickets grant entry to the concerts held at La Masia d’en Cabanyes and the other parallel activities for a single day.
Tickets must be purchased online on our website using the Ticketmaster platform. This is the only official sales channel. Tickets are 100% electronic and come in a mobile ticket format. There is no option to receive or collect tickets in paper or any other format. You can find more information here.
No, ticket holders and/or third parties are not entitled to use their ticket or its content for advertising, marketing or promotional purposes (including contests, giveaways or sweepstakes).
Failure to comply will result in a penalty for the advertiser or unauthorized user equivalent to 1,000 times the price of the most expensive ticket. If you are an advertiser and you are interested in receiving authorization for such purposes, please contact email@example.com.
Tickets can only be presented in a mobile ticket format. Mobile tickets are downloaded directly to your mobile phone. You cannot print, email or take a screenshot of them. To scan your ticket you will have to show it on your mobile phone from your Ticketmaster account or the app. Click here to see how.
Upon arriving at the festival, you must show your eTicket on your mobile phone using the app or your personal Ticketmaster account so the QR code may be scanned. This code will be linked to the corresponding wristband the first time you access the venue. You must wear the wristband for the entire duration of the activity for which the ticket was purchased (Wildside, Pass, One-day ticket, etc.) and it will be scanned every time you enter and exit the festival venue.
Under no circumstances will wristbands be given to users without being placed on their wrists by a member of the organization.
No, the removal or loss of your wristband will result in the loss of the right of admission. Your ticket will only be exchanged for a wristband the first time your access the venue. Once your ticket has been scanned, your wristband is the only valid pass to access the venue, and you are responsible for its care and conservation. The organization will not issue a second wristband or exchange or replace them. The organizer reserves the right to deny any user whose wristband is broken, damaged or shows signs of tampering access to the venue.
No, tickets are personal and non-transferable. The ticket or invitation grants the holder a license to attend the corresponding show one time. This ticket may not be resold.
Yes, if you exit the venue before 3:00 am. After this time, you will not be allowed to re-enter.
No animals of any kind may enter the festival venue, except for guide dogs for the blind.
CHILDREN & MINORS
Yes, the conditions of entry to the event for minors are as follows:
- Minors aged 0 to 15: Must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and present a signed authorization.
- Minors aged 16 and older: May access the venue unaccompanied so long as they present an authorization signed by their father, mother or legal guardian, and the release of liability form.
The father, mother or legal guardian must present their identity document and family book or equivalent legal document that certifies the relationship between the companion and the minor. Moreover, they must carry their ID document on their person at all times in case the Organization should need to verify their identity. Likewise, all minors will be identified with a wristband which they must wear visibly at all times.
If the minor’s companion is neither their father, mother, or legal guardian, the companion must present an authorization signed by the minor’s father, mother or legal guardian and a photocopy of the latter’s ID document and the family book or equivalent legal document that certifies the relationship of the authorizing person with the minor. The authorized companion must be over 18 years old.
In any case, the person responsible for the minor must sign a release of liability form which will be provided by the Organization.
The companion will be responsible for any action or omission by the minor while they are at the Event.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the competent authorities and/or the applicable regulations prohibit the access of minors to the Event, the Organization will not accept the ticket and will refund the price thereof.
Yes, children over 3 years old must have a valid ticket to enter and will be given a wristband. Children aged 0 to 2 years old enter for free.
Yes, to access the venue, a duly completed authorization form must be presented. You can download it here
Minors will not be allowed access to the venue without first submitting this authorization.
Yes, there is a children’s area located in the Vida Festival venue called El Niu. In 2023, we will once again have storytellers, music contests for the music schools of Vilanova i la Geltrú, and concerts. And, like every year, we have the grove and workshop area, featuring an activity programme for all age groups (from 0 to 12 years).
El Niu is open from 5:00 to 9:00 pm every day.
*Here you will find all the information and schedules
Yes, there will be changing tables available in El Niu.
Yes, provided there is always an adult in charge of them. In El Niu, there is a space where you can park your pram while you enjoy the workshops.
Yes, you can rent children’s safety earmuffs at the information point. A deposit will be required. There will be a limited number of earmuffs available.
GETTING HERE AND MOVING ABOUT
Yes. The Masia d’en Cabanyes is on the outskirts of the city, about 20 minutes walking from the city centre; although the best way to get here is by bicycle. Bicycle and car parking will be available at all the festival venues. You can find more information here.
Yes, there will be shuttle buses from different points in Vilanova.
We recommend arriving at the Masia d’en Cabanyes early to enjoy the first concerts and avoid rush hour.
Yes, all the venues will be equipped with bicycle parking. It’s the best way to park as close as possible to the festival and the perfect way to enjoy the weather and the city!
No, there will be no bicycle rental service.
Yes, there is a paid parking area. You can consult the conditions here.
There are taxis at the train and bus station, which is about a 20-minute walk from the festival. There will also be taxis at the main roundabout of Vida Festival, just 100 m from the main festival venue.
Five minutes from the festival, right next to the car park.
The bus station and train station are in the same location in the city centre, about 20 minutes walking from the festival. There will be shuttle buses running from all the festival venues to key locations in the city, including the train/bus station. Shuttle buses will also link the venues to each other and will be running every day of the festival and throughout the entire duration of the events.
FOOD & DRINK
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Only water can be brought into the festival. No other beverages or metal containers will be allowed in. When entering the venue, water bottles will be opened and the cap will be removed for security reasons.
No, drink tickets will only be valid on the day they are purchased. Any unused tickets can be exchanged the next day at the ticket booths.
Yes, there will be vegan food at the venue, as well as gluten-free food. The stands with these options will be adequately signposted and can be consulted on the festival app. As for drinks, there will be gluten-free beer available.
WHAT CAN I BRING WITH ME?
– Large umbrellas
– Backpacks >30L
– Bottles with stopper
– Electric scooters
– Professional cameras
– Lights sticks
– Selfie sticks
Professional cameras are those with a removable lens. This type of camera will not be allowed into the venue, but tablets, iPods, mobile phones, and non-professional cameras will be allowed.
Yes, small- and medium-sized backpacks will be allowed in. Under no circumstances will large backpacks (maximum 30 l) be permitted. Backpacks may be subject to inspection when accessing the venue to ensure they do not contain alcohol or dangerous items.
No. Neither inside nor outside. The Vida Festival already has official sponsors.
WILL THERE BE…?
Yes. It costs €2 per piece. You can pay by cash or card.
No, but you can pay by card at the bars, food stands and merchandising stands.
No, these services will not be available.
Yes. There will be festival security officers who will safeguard the well-being of the festivalgoers.
Yes. You can get these at the festival entrance
No, unless sold at the festival’s merchandising stands or the Vida Market. Festivalgoers should bring anything they feel they need to enjoy the festival. In any case, you can buy whatever you need at the shops in the city centre.
Yes, Vida Festival has a medical service team available to festivalgoers. Contact any member of staff or security should you need assistance.
Yes, it will be located at the information point at the festival entrance.
Yes, there will be complaint forms available at the festival incident points, located at the main entrances outside the venue. You can also fill out a Catalan Consumer Agency complaint form.