Plan:et C Alpha, Beta and Gamma will take place on the Kulturkosmos area in Lärz Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. It's somehow somewhere between Hamburg and Berlin at the »Müritz Seenplatte«.

We are opening our gates to the camping area on Friday at 6am. Please don‘t arrive in advance because we are really busy preparing the opening and due to the test and hygiene concept we can‘t give you access to our camping area.

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 getting there 

by train

The best ticket choice from Berlin and Brandenburg is the »Brandenburg-Ticket«: 5 people from 9am on in all regional and interregional trains as well as with both the Berlin tube (U-bahn) and the Berlin suburban trains (S-Bahn) for 33€ (bought at the ticket vendor machine). On the weekend it is even valid before 9am. The ticket is valid until Neustrelitz even though that is already in Mecklenburg.

From Hamburg you can use the train with the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern-Ticket as well as the Schleswig-Holstein-Ticket. From other corners of Germany you can use the »Quer-durchs-Land-Ticket«.

From Neustrelitz you can take shuttle buses (4€):

Friday: TBA.

The shuttle buses wait for the arrival of the trains from Berlin and Hamburg which are supposed to arrive every full hour even though they are often late.

Taxi from Neustrelitz to cost around 40,- bis 50,-€, depending how good your negotiation skills are. The departure times back to Neustrelitz will be available on our information points on site.

 Info A—Z 

Animals

Please leave your dogs, cats, guinea pigs, goldfish and any other pets at home! The German Animal Rights Organisation (Deutscher Tierschutzbund) and local authorities have ruled that the entire festival area should be out of bounds for dogs and pets. Dogs and other pets must therefore remain in the camping area. Free-running dogs will be brought to the animal shelter at the owners expenses.

Barrier free access

Most of the festival takes place on level ground. There are paths with reinforced surfaces connecting all the different stages and areas. There is a wheelchair accessible chemical toilet at the backstage entrance, opposite the DuB Station, and a flushable toilet with wheelchair access in the sanitation area between the Tubebox hangar stage and the Luftschloss tent stage.

Please note: If you can present a valid »disability pass« — a written document stating your disability (in Germany there’s a special pass…) — the person accompanying you can come to the festival free of charge.

Barrier free camping

As usual there will be a designated area for barrier free camping. Everybody who needs to use this area have the possibility to camp together with their friends there. Please contact us in advance per email: barrierefrei(at)fusion-festival.de

Camping

The camping area will open Friday at 10am on each event weekend. There are no electricity points for campers in the camping area. The Camping area closes Monday night after each festival.

Cash machine / ATM

There's a cash machine / ATM at the barrier/ entrance near the pedestrian bridge (transaction costs 3,95€).

Children and Teenager

All Plan:et C events are 18+.

Drones

Drones and other flying camera shit are unwanted at Fusion Festival. Please leave them at home. In the past years a lot of other fusionists didn't tolerate them and made them disappear quickly from the sky quickly.

Entrance

The gates to the festival site will open Friday at 6am on each Plan:et C event. The programme starts at 2pm in a relaxed style and first in the evening with music acts. The Turmbühne will have it’s grand opening on Saturday morning at 6am. You will find the programme soon here on our website.

We therefore urge you in the strongest possible terms not to arrive before Friday, as this would lead to annoying chaos for us as well as for you and delay the orderly entrance on Friday for everyone. There will be no entrance on Thursday and no parking or camping outside the festival area.

The first shuttle buses from Neustrelitz will leave on Friday from 8am. If you arrive before Friday, you have to drive further and look for a campsite in the area, for example at the canoe station in Mirow. You can also camp there directly on the lake during or after the festival.

Arrival and check-in are possible continuously from Friday 6 am until Sunday 12 noon. After that, for organizational reasons, check-in is no longer possible.

Fireworks, sky lanterns etc.

Even though fireworks express joy — and we want nothing more than for you to have fun — fireworks are an absolute no-go during the festival!

The constant use of fireworks in recent years has seriously pissed off a lot of people. Sillyness and incompetence have also led to a number of serious incidents and in a few cases people have been lucky not to be badly injured That means anyone caught selling bangers or rockets will be immediately thrown out. Anyone we catch using fireworks will get an unpleasant earful and be forced to spend a day cleaning the fire engines! Sky lanterns are also an absolute no-go on the festival: they are like flying matches and can cause serious wild forest fires.

Please do not make campfires. Charcoal barbecues are no problem.

trash

Festivals produce trash — please leave the camping area like you found it in the beginning. The disposal of your trash through our helpers after the festival leads to back ache and sometimes just to head-shaking. Please use the pocket ashtrays which you can get at the bars and info points and please use another place to dump your old furniture (old sofas…).

There is no place for confetti in nature and it's really grotty to clean it up. Please take care that you remove all tent pegs and metall you put in the soil. The camping areas are meadows for feeding animals — forgotten tent pegs only piss off the farmer afterwards.

Graffiti and tag-free zones

Plan:et C is proud to be 100% free of advertising.

This also applies to all those who narcissistically want to spray their tag in what is a public space. Stupidity, ignorance and people obsessed with their image and ego have caused huge damage in recent years and this has cost us an enormous amount of money! We and many other Fusionists find this incredibly frustrating and it has made us pretty angry.

Think about it: the festival offers a whole load of spaces for street art in its many creative forms. But other spaces, objects and equipment at the festival are off limits and must remain unchanged!

These graffiti and tag-free zones are marked with a crystal-clear pictogram. If you don't respect this rule, you will have to leave the festival and pay for the damage. In the recent years, this approach has shown that respect can be learned.

Liability

You enter the festival at your own risk and responsibility. Kulturkosmos e.V. and the Fusion Festival can not be held accountable for any material damage that may occur on the festival site, for example during an artist's show.

Medical Services

Like Fusion Festival all Plan:et C events thrives thanks to your imagination and creativity, and because of our common responsibility to each other and to nature. Acting responsibly means looking after yourself too. So please remember to bring a decent basic first aid kit (plasters, antiseptic cream, etc.), any medicines you take regularly, and don’t forget suncream and a sunhat!

The festival is in the middle of the countryside. There aren’t exactly a load of medical services on our doorstep and the next hospital is 25 km away. If you notice that you have a health issue before the festival, sort it out at home. Also, please don’t clog up our Red Cross tent with trifling issues like a lack of plasters or aspirin. Makes sure you bring those kinds of things with you for you and your friends!

Nazis

Nazis, chauvinists and racists of all ilks are not welcome and should not gain access to the festival. To guarantee this, we ask you to stay alert. If you see anyone who clearly identifies themselves as having extreme right-wing or rascist views, please help us to immediately remove them from the festival. Inform the Fusion security crew immediately if you see any neo-Nazis or racists.

Parking

Everybody who is not sleeping in their car, please leave it at our big parking space. You can reach them easily by walking and they are free of charge. Unbeatable advantage: nobody can block your car with their tent or car and you can leave whenever you want to.

Party break

Also this year we will have a break on Sunday from noon to 2pm. This gives us a chance to collect the rubbish from the dance floors, and everyone else the opportunity to chill out for a while. It also means the smaller stages get a bit more attention.

Photos

You are welcome to take pictures at Fusion festival – if they’re for personal use. However, we don't appreciate people running around with a camera, thinking they can actually take their experiences back home on a microchip. And we can also easily do without the countless bad pictures and boring films that pop up on Flickr and YouTube shortly after the festival.

We would also like to ask that you use of your pictures responsibly. Please remember that you should respect and under no circumstances abuse another person’s rights regarding their own image.

Keep the good memories in your heart - not on a chip!

Safe Area

You can store everything that you would rather not leave in your tent in the Safe Area. This is also Fusion’s lost & found. If you lose anything during the festival, you can contact the festival team afterwards at safe@fusion-festival.de

Showers

You’ll find cold showers at the Shower Tower and there are warm showers, toilets available at the Waschsalon (behind the Luftschloss) and in front of the Workshophangar.

Shuttle

This year there will again be shuttle buses to take you to and from Neustrelitz. There will as well be There are also buses that take you directly from cities all over Germany to the festival and back again. Check www.bassliner.org for more details.

Social Dreckwork

Fusion has developed just fine through word of mouth and we do not need any extra propaganda on Fakebook, T*itter, TikTok, Insta (A gram of what?) or other so-called »social« networks.

We don't need and don't want pages on these kinds of internet platforms. Anything that looks like Fusion was created by well-meaning fans — not by us. If you think we’re great, don’t ›like‹ us.

STOP »Thor Steinar«

Thor Steinar is a clothing brand that is produced and marketed by right wing activists using the symbols of the Nazi movement and which is worn mostly by fascists! Everybody buying and wearing these clothes directly supports neo-Nazis in spreading their ideas and symbols through society. WATCH OUT! These and similar clothes are not welcome at Fusion, and neither are the people wearing them.

Test concept

In the course of planning for the Fusion Festival, we bought a mobile high-performance laboratory for PCR diagnostics. After the cancellation of the Fusion Festival, we adapted our testing strategy based on our laboratory to the new event concept with 10,000 visitors. You can read about the test concept here.

Tickets

The Plan:et C events are sold out. You can find the necessary ticket information in the ticket area.

Toilets

We have couple WC Royal toilet containers with flushing toilets and toilet paper. These are cleaned regularly by a team of volunteers. Furthermore you can use our compost toilets.

Water

You can fill your water containers and bottles with drinking water at the shower tower and at various drinking water stations around the festival area.

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