Reggae Geel 2019 is in sight! On Friday 2nd of August, dancehall legend Busy Signal, The Congos, I Wayne, Bushman, Agent Sasco (aka Assassin), Kranium, Warrior Sound and many others will create a lively atmosphere. On Saturday we welcome no one less than Buju Banton. Acts such as Richie Spice, Sir David Rodigan meets King Jammy, Kumar and Keida will perform on Saturday 3rd of August.

In a nutshell: 2 days, 60 acts and 4 stages covered in reggae-happiness!

All about your journey by train to Reggae Geel

Get off at Geel station. From there a free shuttle bus brings you in a smooth and carefree way to and from the festival site.

Schedules shuttle bus:
  • Friday: between 10 am and 11:30 pm, every 20 minutes
  • Saturday: between 10 am and 10 pm, every 20 minutes
  • Sunday: between 8 am and 2:30 pm, every 20 minutes

On Thursday, you can take the regular bus line 299 direction Hasselt until stop Geel Malosewaver.

On Thursday 1st and Sunday 4th of August SNCB/NMBS provides additional capacity in function of the opening hours of the campsite.

You can choose from several great value for money options, such as Go Pass 1, Go Pass 10 and Go Unlimited if you are younger than 26 years old and Rail Pass as from 26. During the weekend, the Weekend Ticket (valid from Friday 7 pm until Sunday evening) offering a 50% discount* is your best option for shorter distances.

Tip: avoid waiting times and stress! Buy your train ticket for both your outward and homeward journeys in advance.

An access control will be organized at Geel station on Sunday 4th of August.

*Discount only applies to the part of the Standard fare exceeding the fixed amount per trip of € 1.1400 in 2nd class and of € 1.4820 (for distances up to and including 36 km), € 1.5960 (from 37 km to 51 km included) or € 1.7556 (from 52 km) in 1st class. The minimum price per single journey is nevertheless € 2.40 in 2nd class and € 3.10 in 1st class. The maximum distance charged is 150 km per single journey.

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