On Thursday, 9 November, the 16th edition of Le Guess Who? kicks off. We can't wait to welcome you in Utrecht again, and hope you'll have a wonderful and inspiring time with us.
But first, there are some important details we'd like to share with you. Please take a moment to review the following information before your visit to Le Guess Who? 2023.
⟶ Download your ticket
To receive your ticket, you'll need to complete your purchase and personalize it by following the link provided in the email from Yourticketprovider. If you've bought a ticket from someone else, and your ticket therefor has a different name on it, this is no problem - we won't check this info upon arrival at the festival.
⟶ Ticketing Area & wristband pick-up
Upon arrival at the festival, you will need to exchange your 4-Day Pass or Day Ticket for a festival wristband. With a Night Ticket (WAS. or BASIS tickets on Saturday night) you can go directly to the program venue.
Please note: you can only exchange your ticket for a festival wristband at our Ticketing Area in TivoliVredenburg (entrance on the side of the Vredenburg square). You must collect your individual wristband in person, as it needs to be worn immediately. We can scan your ticket from any mobile device.
Opening Hours Ticket Desk
Thursday, 9 November: 12:00 – 00:00
Friday, 10 November: 12:00 – 00:00
Saturday, 11 November: 12:00 – 00:00
Sunday, 12 November: 12:00 – 22:00
⟶ Timetable & Le Guess Who? App
Please note that we will only have limited printed timetables available (upon request) at the Info Desk at TivoliVredenburg. You can also consult the timetable on our website or through the Le Guess Who? app, which can be downloaded for free on Android / Google Play Store and iOS / App Store.
⟶ Social Safety at Le Guess Who?
Our Code of Conduct and House Rules can be found here, and are applied to everyone related to our festival, our team, artists, partners, and our audience.
A Social Safety Team and Hub will be located in TivoliVredenburg (Park 6, under the Cloud Nine stairs), facilitated by Sexmatters. They function independently from Le Guess Who? and are there to welcome you when you feel unwell or have experienced any form of harassment or discrimination.
Le Guess Who? aims to present a festival that is accessible to everyone, but unfortunately not all festival venues are equally accessible. Do you require more information about the accessibility of the festival and its venues? Please have a look at our accessibility page.
⟶ Other important info
Please keep in mind that all venues have limited capacity, so ensure you arrive on time to secure your entry.
Some performances may be loud. Please provide your own earplugs or get them at venues like TivoliVredenburg, De Helling, or EKKO.
If you have any further questions, we encourage you to read our FAQ page.
See you soon!
♥ Team Le Guess Who?
Photography by Mirel Masic