11 Aug - 13 Aug
The Qontinent is a hardstyle music festival in Wachtebeke, on a scenic islet in Puyenbroeck Recreation Park. Put on by Bass Events and Q-Dance, two of the premier hardstyle promoters in the world, the festival is a three days of all-out raving.
Featuring five stages, The Qontinent annually assembles an all-star lineup of the biggest DJs and live acts from the harder side of electronic music. Growing over the years, the festival has risen to become a stronghold for harderstyles music in Europe.
Growing over the years, the festival has risen to become a stronghold for harderstyles music in Europe.
The Qontinent 2023 Lineup
All Artists & Program
The Qontinent 2022 Tickets
Camping during the festival requires a Camping Ticket purchased here. You will need basic camping gear, like a tent, a camping pad and a head torch (so useful in the night). If you don’t want to bring your own tent, the festival offers Pre-pitched tents purchased here
Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels and apartments using the map below or visit booking.com
Parking is available and tickets from €15.00 can be purchased here
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
From Brussels Centraal station take the train to Ghent-Sint-Pieters station (36 min). At the busstation in front of the trainstation, take the direct shuttle or bus 76 direction Wachtebeke at platform 14 (1h 10 min).
BY SHUTTLE BUS
A shuttle service from Gent-Sint-Pieters station to The Qontinent is provided by the festival and tickets at €20.00 can be purchased here
The nearest airport is Brussels Airport (BRU). Upon arrival take the Intercity train to Antwerp (25 min) and transfer to the train to Gent (45 min). From here take the 73 bus to Wachtebeke Craenendam. The festival site is a 10 minute walk east from the bus stop.