The festival grounds are accessible from Deusterstraat in the centre of Peer. The grounds are open to the public from 6:30 pm to 1:00 am on Friday, from 11:30 am to 1:00 am on Saturday and Sunday.
The concerts are held in a darkened tent construction. As a visitor, you will be protected from sun and rain while being able to enjoy all the light effects to the maximum extent. The entire floor surface of the jumbo tent is made of wooden cassettes.
Food & drinks
Drinks and food are available at the festival grounds. A wide selection will be provided by our external catering partner.
Bottles with screw caps, glass (except for the Blues Peer 30cl Beermug), cans, sharp objects, alcohol, dogs and other pets, fires and any other object that may be considered dangerous by the organisers.
Photos, film and audio
Professional sound, photographic and filming equipment is prohibited at all times, under penalty of seizure. Of course, if you just want to take a picture of your group of friends, you are welcome to do so. This means that small cameras are allowed. But these should not be used for secretly taking pictures of the artists performing.
- Sanitary facilities at the festival grounds and the campsite are free of charge.
- There is a left luggage facility for temporarily storing your belongings.
Blues Peer is a family festival and of course, children are also welcome. In fact, admission is free for children up to 12 years (provided they are accompanied by an adult).
Blues is for everyone. Necessary facilities for the disabled are available both at the campsite as well as the festival grounds. Feel free to speak to one of our staff, if you need any assistance.
Blues Peer has its own security team that looks after your safety and comfort as well as that of the artists. Persons creating a nuisance will be dealt with by our security team in the appropriate manner. Please ensure that you follow all the instructions of our security team at all times.
The Flemish Red Cross is always on standby for lending assistance in the First Aid tent.
As a festival, Blues Peer has – thanks to the cooperation of festival visitors – built up a good reputation among local residents. Let’s keep it that way! Respect the night’s peace at the campsite and respect nature and the environment in which you are a guest.
During the festival, all information can be obtained at the public and backstage entrances.
Counterfeiting of the admission ticket is strictly prohibited and will be prosecuted. Tickets are neither non-refundable nor exchangeable. Prohibited at the festival grounds: bottles with screw caps, glass (except for the Blues Peer 30cl Beermug), cans, sharp objects, alcohol, animals, sound, film, video and photographic equipment, fires and any other object that may be considered dangerous by the organisers. The organiser Break-Away vzw and its employees may not be held liable for any damage, loss or theft, or possible accidents. It is forbidden to climb on to the festival tents and stages. Changes in the programme and/or mentioned facilities shall not entitle one to a full or partial reimbursement of the admission ticket. Break-Away vzw is entitled at all times to deny entry to the festival grounds. Children under the age of 12 will be admitted free of charge, provided they are accompanied by an adult.