On the Veemarkt, all attention will be focused on the younger crowd with great DJ sets for four festival days in a row. More than ever, you will be able to feel and see Suikerrock in Nieuwstraat, the Hennemarkt, the Wolmarkt and Peperstraat. The Grote Markt atmosphere will also be extended to these areas and visitors will be able to enjoy quality drinks and food stands and great presentations. You will be able to literally feel, taste and see the new Suikerrock: Feel the vibe, taste the sweetness!
You only require a ticket for access to the Grote Markt (mainstage). The other parts of the festival are freely accessible.
There is a ticket limit of 10 tickets per person and per credit card on this event.
Please adhere to published ticket limits. Persons who exceed the ticket limit may have any or all of their orders and tickets cancelled without notice by Ticketmaster at its discretion. This includes orders associated with the same name, e-mail address, billing address, credit card number or other information.
Prices are in EUR €
Combi ticket (4 days) - early bird - € 97
Combi ticket (4 days) - € 115
25 drink/food tickets - € 25
Dayticket Thursday 30/07 - € 49
Kidsticket Thursday 30/07 - € 15
Dayticket Friday 31/07 - € 49
Kidsticket Friday 31/07 - € 15
Dayticket Saturday 01/08 - € 49
Kidsticket Saturday 01/08 - € 15
Dayticket Sunday 02/08 - € 49
Kidsticket Sunday 02/08 - € 15
You can also buy tokens in presale that can be used to pay at all food and drinks stands operated by Suikerrock at the festival.
You'll receive a voucher with a bar code, similar to a regular festival ticket, that you can exchange for the 25 tokens (valid for a.o. 10 beers or soft drinks) at a dedicated ticket booth at the back of the Grote Markt, next to the Official Merchandise booth
The Sisters of Mercy
The Suikerrock organisation is doing more to make the festival accessible to disabled visitors in collaboration with Inter (the former Intro vzw). This includes the following aspects:
Parking spaces have been reserved for disabled persons at CC De Kruisboog (Sint Jorisplein 20, 3300 Tienen). Disabled persons who wish to make use of these reserved parking spaces should notify us in advance (prior to 19th July) on Suikerrock@inter.vlaanderen. The required entry pass will then be sent to you.
A wheelchair platform has been provided at the back of the Grote Markt, near the town hall, where wheelchair users, those using crutches, or of a short stature, or with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), etc. (+ 1 accompanying person) can come to watch their favourite bands.
Sanitary units for use by disabled persons have been provided near the wheelchair platform.
Inter volunteers have been posted at the festival grounds (including near the wheelchair platform). They will provide assistance wherever required: when you wish to use the bathroom, when moving around the festival grounds, when you would like to enjoy a meal or drink, etc.. Do not hesitate to call for an Inter volunteer if you require assistance. They can be identified by means of the white Inter vests they will be wearing.
Guide dogs are permitted.
If you have a physical or mental disability and you wish to use the aforementioned facilities during Suikerrock 2020, or if you have any additional questions concerning the accessibility facilities for disabled persons at this festival, please contact us on Suikerrock@inter.vlaanderen.
If they are not already sold out, tickets will be available for purchase at the ticket booth, down the Gilainstraat. Only day tickets and kids’ tickets will be available for sale there. The rates of these cash register tickets will be found on the Tickets page of the Suikerrock website.
2. Where can I exchange my ticket for a wristband? Are there different entrances?
The place where you can exchange your ticket has been specified on your ticket. You can exchange ordinary tickets at the entrances at Peperstraat or Kalkmarkt. VIP tickets will be exchanged at the VIP ticket counter, down the Gilainstraat.
3. For which areas/stages do I require a ticket?
You only need a ticket to access the Grote Markt (main stage). The other parts of the festival may be accessed free of charge.
4. Can I leave and re-enter the Grote Markt?
When you arrive, you will be required to trade in your ticket (see point 2) for a wristband. This wristband gives you continuous access to the Grote Markt. Be warned, these wristbands are strictly inspected. If any misuse is detected, access will be denied.
You have to pay with Suikerrock tokens at all the food and drinks stands, both in the paid section as well as the streets around it. In the food truck corner (Hennemarkt), you may also be permitted to pay cash at some of the stands. The tokens can be purchased at the festival itself - using cash or bancontact (debit card) – at 10 ticket booths spread across the Grote Markt, Hennemarkt and Veemarkt, or you can always buy them in advance at lower rates from the online ticketshop. Each token has a value of 1 Euro, and you can split it into two, in order to obtain a value of 50 cents. You will require 2.5 tokens for a standard drink consumption.
2. Where can I exchange my pre-purchased food and drinks ticket for tokens?
Food & drinks tickets can be exchanged at the Grote Markt, at the booth in front of the Tienen town hall.
3. What kind of things can I find to eat and drink at the festival?
Since this year’s version of Suikerrock is totally different to last year, new catering stands with a wide variety of fresh products and delicious dishes have also been provided. Trendy food trucks with tasty and original snacks make for a summery, culinary festival atmosphere in the streets between the Grote Markt and the Veemarkt. This year you can certainly enjoy anything from a light snack to a big meal at Suikerrock!
Left and right of the stage, you will find a toilet zone with toilets and running water.
2. Where can I withdraw money?
You will find several ATMs at the ING office down the Leuvensestraat,.These may also be used by non-ING customers. ATMs are also located down the Gilainstraat, in the Nieuwstraat, in the Minderbroederstraat and in Tienen station.
3. Are there any items that I cannot bring inside?
The following items are prohibited at the entrances: sharp objects, weapons, glass, cans, bottles (glass and plastic), professional photographic, film and recording equipment, food and beverages, drugs, animals (except guide dogs for people with a visual impairment), fireworks, folding/foldable chairs, strollers and all objects that could pose a safety hazard.
4. Where is the first aid post at the festival grounds?
There are two large first aid posts, one behind the main stage in the courtyard of the Suiker Museum and one behind the stage in the Veemarkt. Mobile teams will also be deployed at the festival.
5. Can I take snapshots and shoot videos at the Suikerrock?
It is prohibited to take along professional photographic, film and recording equipment. Smaller devices and smart phones are however permitted. You will find all the terms and conditions on your festival ticket as well.
6. Can I camp at Suikerrock?
There is no specific festival campsite. You can however use the standard overnight accommodation options such as a hotel or a B&B in Tienen or in the vicinity. The overnight stay page provides a list of all the available options.
7. I would like to have my own food truck/stand at Suikerrock. What are the relevant terms and conditions that apply?
The Stands and Food trucks page provides additional information about this. You can also send an email to email@example.com.
8. Can I sign up as a volunteer to work at Suikerrock?
Most certainly! Helping hands are always welcome. Please consult 'Medewerkers' for information and for details of the link to the online registration form.
The Collector Ticket serves as an official ticket, the barcode of which is scanned at the entrance to the event. It is the size of a credit card, and in much the same manner is manufactured of hard plastic.