This former street party in Antwerp has grown into a major player on the Belgian dance scene
The Belgian festival scene is on fire, and while bigger names like Tomorrowland and Les Ardentes grab the headlines, the outside world is waking up to Antwerp’s Laundry Day thanks to big crowds, bright lights and a cool but unpretentious EDM vibe.
With fireworks, dancers and lasers scanning out across heaving open-air dancefloors, Laundry Day is both a hedonist’s dream and a friendly and welcoming bash where everyone comes together in the spirit of DJ worship.
A party-starting 2014 lineup, mostly pulled from the Belgian scene, included Greek-Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Laidback Luke, and French house legend Martin Solveig.
Don’t forget to bring your glowsticks and dancing shoes – you’ll need them both.
Grab one of the festival’s party buses at the end of the day to get you back to your hotel in one (sweaty, broken) piece.
How do I get there?
Travelling by foot: from the centre of Antwerp walk southwards along the Scheldt quays and you will automatically arrive at the entrance of the festival site. Nieuw Zuid is located near the new building of the Bank van Breda, and just before club Petrol.
Travelling by bike: You can store your bike luggage in the lockers that are provided in the entrance area of Laundry Day.
Travelling by Bus and Tram: De Lijn offers bus and tram services.
Drop Off: This located in the car park in Groothandelsmarkt (across METRO).
Early Bird: €38.00
Full Price: €44.00
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets will be available via the website.