5-Day General Ticket: General Public: Festival Ticket Office | São Pedro do Sul Thermal Spa | São Pedro do Sul Municipal Library | São Pedro do Sul Tourism Office | BOL - Online Ticket Office | CTT | FNAC | Worten | El Corte Inglés.
5-Day General Ticket - Locals: Pontos de venda de São Pedro do Sul.
Daily Tickets: On sale during the festival at the event's Ticket Office.
Yes, the General Ticket gives access to the entire event and its event spaces. Likewise, the Daily Ticket allows access to all spaces and events available on that day.
The exchange of the ticket for the wristband must be done at the festival Ticket Office.
No. Upon collection, the bracelet is fastened onto the wrist of each participant by the ticket office team.
So far, and considering the previous festivals, there has been no need to limit ticket sales.
The Ticket Office closes at 2:00 AM.
Tickets (General and Daily) give access to the camping area and it is not necessary to make any pre-registration. Upon arrival at the campsite, there is a space dedicated to welcoming campers where you will complete a registration form and festival organisers will clarify the use of this space.
You can camp from the day before the first festival day.
At the campsite, there will be dedicated areas for cooking, but everyone must bring their own equipment and food.
No, the festival does not provide tents for renting. You must bring your own tent if you wish to camp.
No. Bringing a car into the camping site would affect the proper functioning of the space.
Tradidanças' campsite operates in a forested area with plenty of shade, close to the events.
This is a space with an approximate area of two hectares with a capacity for 2000 people in standard-sized tents.
The infrastructures are temporary since this area has this function only during the festival, but there are two batteries of changing rooms, both distributed by gender, one of them with hot water. There are also several batteries equipped with toilets, and also differentiated garbage collection points.
The camping area will be equipped with first-line firefighting equipment, and camping places are allocated in the order of arrival at the site.
Programming and Spaces
The programming spaces existing in the festival are: Arada Tent, Carvalhais Tent, Abados Tent, Serra Stage, Play-Intergenerational Space, Conversations at the Workshop, Tradition Laboratory, Church, Musical Instrument Workshop Space and Eira. The program also includes Street Arts, Tradition Trips, and Nature Trips.
Yes, the activities for children take place in a space with a name that "opens doors" to other ages: the ELI - Espaço Lúdico-Intergeracional. This is a space dedicated to expressions, storytelling sessions, disciplinary intersection, and shows.
Yes, at Tradidanças, year after year, has been a concern to increase the offer of inclusive programming. In previous editions, there were activities for the senior public and the public with special needs. Some adapted dance workshops and a show with an inclusive dance company are examples of this. For more information on this theme, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposals should be sent to the email address: email@example.com.
The plan should contain a proposal for two dance workshops and two dances/concerts (2 x 2) or three dance workshops and three dances/concerts (3 x 3). Each dance workshop takes place in parallel, on the same day. The group/band proposal must include the dance monitor responsible for teaching the dances in the workshop.
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