We have put together some top tips and advice to help make sure you have the best festival experience.


This year’s festival will take place in Riga, in the southern part of Lucavsala.
You are welcome to use public transport, taxi or small individual transport like bike or scooter

By bike or scooter

Cross the Akmens bridge or Salu bridge to reach Lucavsala. Drive from the city centre takes about 20 minutes. It will be possible to leave your bike at insulated territory near the entrance.

By taxi

When using taxi services in Riga, please pay close attention to the prices indicated on the back doors of the taxi. Another option is to download a taxi service app and order a car for the price indicated on your mobile phone.

By public transport

The nearest public transport stop is “Lucavsala”, which is located on the Salu bridge, directly at Lucavsala Recreation Park.
Trolleybus No. 19 (Pētersalas iela-Ziepniekkalns)
Minibus No. 233 (Centrs (City centre)-Ziepniekkalns)
Pre-purchased e-ticket is €1.15. Price for ticket sold in public transport is €2


No registration, free of charge.
Upon arrival, each visitor will receive a special wristband that will be valid for all three days of the festival.


The festival will take place for three days, from August 30 to September 1.
The festival territory is open:
Aug 30 – from 15.00 to 01.00
Aug 31 – from 10.00 to 24.00
Sep 1 – from 10.00 to 17.00


Please do not bring umbrellas, sharp and dangerous items, alcoholic beverages or other drugs on the festival grounds.



This is an outdoor festival, so we encourage you to wear weather-suitable clothing and footwear. It is forbidden to bring umbrellas into the festival territory.


Free drinking water will be available on the festival grounds, it can be refilled in your own bottle.
There will be a dining area to purchase foods and drinks during the festival.
Please note that not all merchants will accept payments by card.

Family friendly event

There will be a kids’ area with babysitters in the festival. Make sure your child knows your phone number – write it down on the baby’s clothing or give your child a business card with your name and phone number.


The festival can be attended with a dog, if you are sure that the pet will feel good and behave when meeting many young people. The owner is responsible for his/her pet. 

First aid and Security

If you feel need for medical help or see someone else in need, go to the medics in the festival territory.
Do not leave your belongings unattended! If you have an accident, go to the nearest security guard. 


We will be happy if you decide to capture the highlights of the festival and share them on social networks using the #iNOVUSS19 and #magneticlatvia hashtags.