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Sfinks Mixed 2024: from 25 – 28 July 2024

  Doors open Entry until Doors closed
Thursday 25 July 2024 16:00 pm 23:00 pm 01:00 am
Friday 26 July 2024 16:00 pm 02:00 am 04:00 am
Saturday 27 July 2024 12:00 noon 02:00 am 04:00 am
Sunday 28 July 2024 12:00 noon 23:00 pm 01:00 am


  • Dogs and other animals, aerosols (including deodorant), glass, cans, weapons, sharp objects, bicycles, scooters and skateboards are not allowed. just like any other item considered dangerous by the organization. There is a free bicycle parking.
  • You can not leave items to be safeguarded by the organization.
  • Photography is allowed for personal use, and we would like to see your photos appear on social media! Please tag us !
    Professional sound and film equipment are only allowed with prior permission, please request through [email protected].
  • Access control is systematically applied to everyone who enters the festival site.
  • It is not allowed to bring your own food and drinks. Sfinks Mixed is a free festival, only with sufficient catering revenues we can continue to organize the festival. If you do bring your own food, drinks, cool boxes, picnic baskets, etc., you cannot take this onto the festival site.
  • Backpacks and bags are allowed, but do not take more items with you than necessary, this simplifies the task of the people at the check.
  • Dogs and other pets are not allowed on the festival site.
  • Free wrist bands are available for children at the Kidz Village and the information stand on which parents can write their telephone number. Our employees at the information stand help parents in their search for their lost child.
  • Handing out flyers is not allowed.
  • You can hang posters on specific reserved locations on the festival site, please contact [email protected] in advance.
  • Sfinks cups and plates must remain on the site and may not be taken home.
  • Urination outside the toilets is prohibited.
  • No beer under 16, no cocktails / spirits under 18. Identification may be requested.
  • Smoking (including vaping) is only allowed in the designated areas.
  • Sfinks Mixed is a festival that is open and tolerant. We welcome everyone and like to make it a cozy and warm party, that is possible if everyone ensures that we treat each other with respect. We have drawn up a charter that applies to everyone who participates in the festival. (visitors, employees, exhibitors, guests, press, artists…) Download here.


Sfinks Mixed is located on the border of Boechout and Mortsel in Antwerp and is easily accessible, whether you come by bike, bus, tram, train or car.

The festival site is located on the Molenveld , between the Welvaartstraat and Oude Steenweg, in Boechout. The entrances can be found on Welvaartstraat and Oude Steenweg. 

Route description
More information about public transport on the websites of De Lijn ( ) and the NMBS ( ).

Below is a brief overview of the different travel methods.

By bicycle
If you live in or around Antwerp, the bicycle is the ideal means of transport. From the city of Antwerp you can reach Boechout by bike in just over half an hour. From Deurne airport you take the F11 and you are at the festival site within 15 minutes. We provide free bicycle parking for cyclists right next to the entrance to the festival site in Welvaartstraat.

By tram
From Antwerp Linkeroever, tram 15 runs via the city of Antwerp to Boechout. Tram stop ‘Mortsel Savelkoul’ is 100 meters from the festival site.

By bus
Bus 51, 52, 53, 90 all stop within walking distance of the festival site:
– with line 90 you get off at the stop ‘Mortsel Savelkoul’, 100 meters from the festival
– with lines 51, 52, 53 step get off at the stop ‘Hove Kerk’ at 1500 meters from the festival.

 By train
Boechout train station is a 10-minute walk from the festival site. There are direct trains to Antwerp, Lier and Leuven. Check for your route. Keep in mind that the last trains are around 11 pm.

By car
If you come by car, you can use the paid car park Lauwers (10 euro/day) – entrance Binnensteenweg 125 in Boechout.


Food and drinks from all corners of the world can be found in the food trucks and the Sfinks food stands on the site. You pay cashless. This means that you can easily pay on our site with your own bank card or app. No more queuing for coupons! Only cash with you? You can put credits on a card at the info stand. (credits are non-refundable)

All food and drinks are stored in reusable materials, for which you give a 0.50 euro guarantee. We ask that these cups and plates be returned so that they can be washed and used again. Use your cup as payment for new orders. At the end of the day, your cup can be exchanged again for half a euro. (Or donate it to Sfinks.)

You can also bring your own cup to make the festival even more sustainable and low-waste! We offer free drinking water so don’t forget to bring an empty bottle. 


Sfinks Mixed is accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. We collaborate with Inter, an organisation specialised in providing assistance for people with less mobility.

What we provide:
– The festival site is as accessible as possible.
– There are adapted toilets, these are located near the general sanitary facilities.
– There is an induction loop In the middle in front of the stage.
– There is an reserved area for wheelchair users.
– You can use the suppliers entry if needed.
– There are reserved parking spaces for people with disabilities ar ‘Fruithof’.. A blue parking ticket is required to park here. Reservation is not necessary.
– Assistance dogs are welcome

There are also Inter -volunteers who you can call on for free. They are clearly recognisable by their white vest with the Inter logo. At a festival or event, they are the point of contact for people with disabilities, they provide reception and provide assistance where necessary. The volunteers also ensure the correct use of the facilities. Don’t hesitate to speak to an assistant when you need help.

For more information and all your questions about support:
E-mail:  [email protected]


Go to a festival together with Circuit Sortie. In this project, people with and without disabilities are invited to go out together and/or do other fun things, not as a counselor or as a requester for help, but as friends. Those who need additional assistance or extra facilities can still call on the Inter services.

Are you looking for someone who wants to enjoy the festival with you? You might find a festival buddy on the Circuit Sortie web page.


At 1.5 km from the festival site, on the Elfbunderweg, you will find the coziest festival campsite in the country, where you can enjoy 4 nights of great sleeps, extensive sanitary facilities, a bar, chill lounge, etc., and all that for only €25! (Children up to 12 years free). Book your tickets fast through this link. 

Camping opens Thursday at noon. You enjoy a delicious fresh breakfast on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (not included in price).

What has Sfinks Campsite to offer you?

  • A beautiful, well-deserved sleep at 1,5 km from the festival
  • Sanitary facilities (toilets, sinks and showers)
  • Day –and night security on site
  • Exclusive parking area: €10 for 4 days
  • Bar and chill lounge
  • BBQ-zone
  • Special facilities for people with less mobility. More information at Inter vzw at +32 (0)497 43 95 37 or [email protected] if you wish to spend the night.

There are also some alternatives:


Sfinks Animation vzw
Dr. Theo Tutsstraat 20
2530 Boechout
Tel: +32 (0)3 455 69 44
E-mail:  [email protected]
VAT: BE 0423 240 692
RPR Antwerp, Antwerp