Information – Everything you need to know about the Acronia

Sleeping

There is a large tent meadow on which you can feel at home.
Also campers/buses etc. are allowed to sleep there.

Arrival is possible from Friday morning. We are happy about everyone who will stay beyond Sunday to let the festival fade away and to help us a little bit to bring the area back to its original state.
Every hand helps!

Eating

You don’t have to bring anything to eat, with our full catering there is something for everyone, everything local and organic.
The food is included in the festival price.

There will always be vegan/vegetarian cooking. If you have any other allergies/intolerances please state it when registering.

There will also be free tea, water and coffee at all times.

Please bring your own cutlery and dishes.

 

Children

Children are welcome at the Acronia,
as they make our colorful festival even more lively.
We are again creating a children’s space for the little ones and at certain times we can offer a great children’s festival program with
Children’s Circus, children’s acrobatics and lots of games.

If you have special needs as a family, feel free to contact us and we’ll see how we can help.

 

Dogs

Although we like dogs very much, we ask you not to bring them to the festival.
If it is not possible to bring your dog, because you can’t come at all, please write us an email to: info@acronia.de.

In any case there is a leash obligation on the whole area.

Llamas, monkeys and acrolots are allowed at any time!

 

Awareness

Acronia will have an Awareness-Team going forward.

The awareness-team’s goal is the safety, the well-being and respect of everybody at Acronia. To make this possible, there will be a person of contact throughout the event.
Is there conflict? Are you being discriminated against? Something worries you? Come towards us! We will listen to you and support you!

We encourage inclusion and advocate for respectful and empathetic behaviour among each other. Consent plays a central role for us at Acronia. No means No! If somebody behaves inappropriately repeatedly or grossly or poses a threat, we will take consequent measures.

We want the festival to be a lovely and secure experience to all it’s guests. To be able to achieve that, we also need your help.
We ask of you: Take action, if you witness boundaries being disregarded. Communicate! Value eachother!

Further information on the concept of awareness coming soon!