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September 25, 2021
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B’ESTFEST starts today with Day Zero

Motorhead, Moby, Franz Ferdinand, Orbital, Santana and Manowar are the headliners of the festival.

Tonight at 18.00, Day Zero will open B’ESTFEST on the stage of Romexpo, featuring Snails, Patrice, White Lies and The Killers. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday artists from over ten countries will enter the stages of the festival, including Motorhead, Moby, Franz Ferdinand, Orbital and Santana. B’ESTFEST is scheduled to end this Sunday, with Manowar, headliner of the Aftershock Festival.


The entrance to the festival area will be at the A Gate of the Romexpo Exhibition Centre. In order to avoid crowding, pre-checks of tickets will be placed on the access routes. On July 1, the access of the audience to the festival will be granted by a ticket specially issued for this day, as B’ESTFEST subscriptions include neither the Zero Day (July 1), nor the Aftershock (July 5).


The owners of three-day subscriptions will be offered a bracelet at the entrance, which will provide them access to the remaining two days as well.


The viewers must keep both the bracelet and the subscription throughout the festival. Until 23.00, the exit will be near the access tent, were the owners of one-day tickets will be given a bracelet if they decide to return to the location. After 23.00, the exit of the audience will be at the A, B and C gates of the Romexpo Exhibition Centre. There will be no parking space arranged for the viewers at B’ESTFEST, and organizers decline responsibility for vehicles parked near the festival area.


People who want to come by bicycle or motorcycle to the festival, will be offered a specially arranged parking place at the B Gate. The bicycles and motorcycles will be parked only if the owner has a valid ticket for the respective day of the show.

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