When will Rock im Park 2025 take place?

Rock im Park 202 will take place June 6th - 8th.

Where will Rock im Park 2025 take place?

Rock im Park takes place at the Zeppelinfeld in the heart of Nuremberg.

Festival site opening hours

To respect the local residents, both the parking and the camping areas will be opened from 9 am on Thursday, 5th June 2025! Arriving before this time makes no sense, since the entire festival site is closed. 

Departure must be completed by no later than Monday, 9th June 2025 at 10 am.

Access to the concert area is only possible with a festival wristband on your wrist. You can only pick up your wristband at the CHECK-INs. 

In addition to the wristband check, security checks will be carried out at the entrance.

Age limits

Stay of minors on the event and festival grounds

Children under the age of 8 are not permitted to enter the festival grounds (infield), even if accompanied by a legal guardian (usually their parents). Children and young people between the ages of 8 and 16 may only enter and stay until midnight if accompanied by an authorized person or guardian. Adolescents aged 16 and over are permitted to enter and stay until the end of the event, even if they are not accompanied by an authorized person or guardian.

Stay of minors on the camping areas of the event site

Children under the age of 8 are not permitted to enter the Camping area, even if accompanied by an authorized person (usually their parents). Children and young people between the ages of 8 and 16 are only permitted to enter and stay if accompanied by an authorized person. Young people aged 16 and over are permitted to enter and stay without being accompanied by an authorized person.

Parental authorization will only be accepted in written form and will be checked at the entrances to the event and/or festival grounds. Both the proof of age of the underage persons (official identification document, child or identity card) as well as the official identification documents of the accompanying authorized persons or persons with parental authority must be presented so that a comparison can be made with the information on the parental authorization.

A form must be used for this, which can be downloaded here.

All other statutory provisions of the German Youth Protection Act (JuSchG) remain fully applicable.

Around Rock im Park

No more than 10 minutes by public transport from the festival site, you will find the historical old town of Nuremberg. If you couldn’t make it there yet you should give it a try, since the city has a lot to offer! 

There are several leisure opportunities around the festival:

If you need some refreshment and want to go for a swim, there is the stadium bath and the club bath. The perfect start to a perfect day could be a relaxed pedal boat ride on the Dutzenteich. In addition to the rock marathon on the stages, we recommend to take the time to learn more about the historical background of the former “Reichsparteitagsgelände” in the Documentation Center. The Documentation Center offers you a comprehensive overview of this.

Further questions?

If you have not found the appropriate information for your issue, please contact:

What is cashless?

Cashless is cashless payment. The wristband, which you will receive on site at the CHECK-IN when showing your festival ticket, has an integrated chip, which is your electronic wallet and allows you to pay cashless on the entire festival ground.

Why cashless?

Faster: fast and contactless payment.
Safer: reduces cash loss and theft.
Better: more time for your festival experience.

Is it also possible to pay using cash?

No. Only cashless payments can be made throughout the entire grounds (exception: Lidl Rock Store). The advantage: you can use your wristband to pay for everything from beer to merchandise and ferris wheels.

How can I top-up before the festival?

Register here with your festival ticket (Weekend & Day Tickets) or using our app. Once you have registered, you can top-up your credit using various payment methods.

Is it possible to top up at the festival?

Of course! You can top-up more credit at any time using our app. Furthermore, there are top-up stations where you can top-up with cash, Vpay, Visa, Mastercard and Maestro. The exact positions of the top-up stations will be shown on the map shortly.

What do I have to do if my ticket was bought by someone else?

Let the person give you the ticket. You can register here or using our app with the barcode on your ticket and top-up your credit. Please make sure that you queue at the CHECK-IN with your registered ticket so that it can be assigned to your chip and credit in the system. You find the locations of the CHECK-INs on the map soon.

Something is not working, who can I contact?

If you have any problems with registration or loading credit, contact us by sending an email to Please note that we can only help you in the event of loss or problems if you have already registered in advance.

How do cashless payments work at the festival?

We will exchange your festival ticket for your wristband with a cashless chip when you check-in at the festival. If you have already registered and topped up your wristband in advance, your credit will be available to you immediately since your ticket is linked to the cashless system. If you have not yet topped up your wristband, you can do so at the festival using our app or at one of the top-up stations.

What do I have to bring to check-in?

Your ticket and an ID document for an age check. The rest is automatic.
Important: Despite the registration you have to bring your festival ticket to the CHECK-IN.

Can I collect the wristbands for my group?

No, each festival visitor must be present at wristband exchange (CHECK-IN) and needs to have their ticket scanned. It’s not possible to do this for other people.

How do I know how much credit I have left?

You can check your balance any time via the app or website. Furthermore, the electronic cash register will display your current balance every time you make a purchase. You could also visit one of the top-up stations on the festival ground to check your remaining credit.

Can I get receipts or invoices?

Yes. You can view receipts of your transactions here or in our app.

What happens with my personal Data?

We use the cashless payment service of the Austrian company GET ( for cashless payment at our festivals. GET needs personal data from you to provide and process this service – particularly the repayment of unused credit. Your personal data are only processed with your express consent.

We have concluded a so-called Data Processing Agreement with GET in line with European data protection. This means that GET may not process the data collected from you independently, only on our instruction and to our requirements. Equally, your data are protected within the scope of technical and organisational measures (TOM) guaranteed by GET.

You have two options for using the service. You can either register directly via the GET app or website with the barcode of your festival ticket and purchase credit which is then transferred onto your personalised payment chip on your wristband when checking in at the festival. Alternatively, you can buy credit for your payment chip directly at one of the top-up stations on the festival site without giving away any personal data.

As soon as your personal data are no longer needed for the provision of the services and to process payment transactions and the remaining credit, and no legal retention obligations prevent it, your data are deleted. Equally, you can contact GET directly to have your data deleted.

For further information, you can refer to our Data Policy and the Privacy Terms of GET.

What if I still have credit on my chip after the festival?

Your leftover credit can be easily refunded after the festival. More information to follow.

Special Needs Ticket

Festival visitors who have an severely disabled person's pass with mark B and their accompanying person each require a valid Weekend Festival Ticket, which is available at a reduced price from the free Eventim ticket hotline (+49 421 353638). There are also Day Festival Tickets available at a reduced price from the hotline.


On presentation of your festival ticket at CHECK-IN C you will get, during the specified opening hours, a wristband. This wristband allows you to enter the Special Needs Camping as well as the festival site. You will find the exact location on the site map.

You find the opening hour here.

Grounds & Sanitary facilities

For festival visitors with special needs, we have also set up our own barrier-free campsite with special facilities in a central location in the immediate vicinity of the event areas at the corner of Waldsportplatz and Karl-Steigelmann-Str. / Kurt-Leucht-Weg. Visitors, which own a severely disabled persons's pass (with mark B) and a maximum of one accompanying person can camp here. Additional accompanying persons cannot be admitted to camp. In principle, visitors with special needs can use all camping areas for which they have a valid ticket. However, we would like to point out that these areas are not barrier-free.

A wheelchair-accessible platform has been built in the event areas of each of the three stages, providing an unobstructed and clear view of the stage. By positioning several delay towers in the area of the Utopia Stage, optimum sound is also guaranteed on the platforms. In addition, the path to the stages is paved and specially signposted.

There are barrier-free and disabled-friendly toilets and showers in the immediate vicinity of your Special Needs Camping area. There are also barrier-free and disabled-friendly toilets at the platforms in the event area.

Please note that the same rules apply in this camping area as on all other camping grounds! In particular, the parking and camping rules posted at the entrances of the festival site must be observed.


Visitors who use the Special Needs Camping have the option of parking their vehicle in a separate parking area close to the barrier-free campsite. Only the following vehicle types are permitted: Cars, estate car, minibuses, SUVs.

Navigation address: Große Str., 90471 Nuremberg (access exclusively via Große Straße --> Otto-Ernst-Schweizer-Str.)

Please follow the signs on site.

Special Assistant Point

The Special Needs Camp has a Special Assistant Point, which is staffed at all times and competently answers visitors' questions about the festival. This point has a central power connection point where electrical devices - such as electric wheelchairs - can be charged if required. The individual tent pitches do not have a separate connection.


If you are in need of medication that requires refrigeration, you are welcome to hand it in at the Special Assistant Point. Please pack the medication in a small labeled plastic box.

In case of emergency

Are you or someone in your group not feeling well or unwell? Get in touch with the contact person at the Special Assistant Point or with our paramedics on the grounds. Security can also be contacted in the event of a medical emergency. They will then arrange everything so that you can be helped quickly and safely.