The RFM Somnii Festival takes place on the coast of Figueira da Foz, inbetween Porto and Lisbon. The area is known as a local seaside resort, which is also popular internationally. Figueira’s coastline may call itself one of the widest in Europe, which makes it possible to station the entire festival (including camping) on the beach. The average temperature during the festival is 20 degrees celsius. No too hot, but excellent for dancing into the night with a simple jacket. The region is is full of fishing areas, which are especially worth a visit around dinner time.
Thé summer festival on the Portuguese coast: RFM Somnii 2019
The relatively young festival will again prove again why it’s worth all the hype during the summer. Not only the location, but the entire experience is labeled as simply beautiful. Because the festival has one gigantic stage, you – and the entire crowd – will be taken through a selective music program, filled with electronic genres of all sorts.
From the moment you enter the resort of Praia do Relogio, you immediately know why the festival advertises so fiercely on it’s long stretched beaches and endless sea. During the day you can enjoy all the luxury of tanning, or take a dive alongside all of the performances. When the sun sets, the location gets an authentic vibe to it, during which the entire coastline is gracefully lifted by the mighty stage. Here you will find artists from different genres, including: EMD, house, drum and bass, future bass and hardstyle. The area is also easily accessible by public transportation, which fully adapts it’s last departure times to the festival. Ideal for when the non-campers among us.
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- Where? Figueira da Foz, Portugal
- When? 5 - 7 July 2019
- Genre Drum & Bass, EDM, House
- Location At the water
- DJ Snake
- Don Diablo
- Fedde Le Grand
- James Hype
- Jay Hardway
- Jonas Blue
- Radical Redemption
- Rich Mendes
- Third Party
- More acts will follow…
- Alan Walker
- Axwell Λ Ingrosso
- Corey James
- Chocolate Puma
- Gregor Salto
- Rich & Mendes
- Steve Angello
- Tom Staar
- Ummet Ozcan
- Yellow Claw
What do you have to know?
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What do you have to know?
The fastest way to travel to Colours of Ostrava is by taking a plane. In cooperation with Cheapflights we help you find the cheapest flights. The website compares every flight and will select the most favorable offer you can get.
Be aware of the limited luggage space, especially when you have to take tents e.g. with you. Advice: Festival.Travel also offers cheap hostels, pre-pitched tents and lockers as an option.
What do you have to know?
Travelling by car to a festival gives you freedom when and where to do pit stops and perhaps include some sightseeing while on the road. If you have some free seats left or looking for a ride, there are several website you can check out. Sharing a ride is a great opportunity to connect with people and share your journey costs.
Keep in mind that during the ride you will pass several toll roads. At most of these check points you can pay by credit card, but we would still advice you to bring cash with you.
Distance to Ostrava:
– Paris: 1.398 km
– Berlin: 5678 km
– Milan: 1.162 km
When will RFM Somnii 2019 take place?
RFM Somnii 2019 takes place from 5 to 7 July.
When will the festival site be accessible?
A 3-day ticket entitles you to access the festival site from 5 July 12 noon.
What are the opening times of the campsite?
The campsite is open from July 7 to July 8. We kindly ask everyone to leave the campsite on July 8 before 4 p.m.
When does the festival end?
The last performances are on the night of July 7 to July 8. Everyone must leave the festival site during the night.
What is the minimum age to enter the festival site?
The minimum age for the festival is 6 years old. It is recommended that every festival visitor under the age of 18 visit the festival with guidance.
How can I pay on the festival site?
You can pay with cash (euros) at the festival. At some bars you can also pay with a credit card. ATM machines are also present at the festival.
How can I pay?
You can choose one the following transaction methods by our professional ticket partner (Paylogic):
– Mastercard / VISA
– Bank Transfer
– Pay Pal
– ING Home ‘Pay / Belfius Direct Net / Direct Debit / Giropay / Sofortuberweisung / VISA electron
All tickets carry my name since I’m the one who made the order. Is this going to a problem for my friends?
On the tickets you can find the name of the person who purchased the tickets, not to whom the ticket belongs. As the tickets are scanned at the entrance of the festival, the barcodes will get checked to verify the tickets’ validity. Subsequently they can check the system to check the name of the ticket holder. Does a ticket change its’ owner? Please let the ticket provider (Paylogic) know by mail email@example.com.
Can I refund my ticket?
No, Festival.Travel is not permitted to accept or change returned tickets, but it is possible to sell your ticket to someone else. Would you like to have more information on reselling your ticket, or planning to do so? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the currency of Portugal?
In Portugal you pay with Euro.
What is the time zone of Portugal?
Portugal falls in time zone UTC +1 during summer time. This means that it is 1 hour earlier in Portugal than in the Netherlands and Belgium.
What are the emergency numbers of Portugal?
National emergency number: 112
Dutch embassy: +351 21 391 49 00
Do I need a passport or identity card for Portugal?
An identity card is sufficient to travel to Portugal.
Do I have to bring world plugs to Portugal?
No, Portugal has the same sockets as in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Can I drink water from the tap in Portugal?
Most water can be drunk from the tap, unless otherwise indicated. Sometimes the water is slightly chlorinated, so it is better to get bottled water in the local supermarket.
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