On this page we have tried to gather useful information that could be good to know before you visit Näsåker and Urkult.
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- How do I buy tickets?
- What can I eat at the festival?
- Is camping included in the ticket price?
- What do I need to know before entering the festival?
- Is there a cash point?
- Is the festival accessible?
- Can I bring my dog?
- Where can I park?
- What about alcohol?
- Lost and found?
There are also a number of food stalls outside the festival closer to the village but we cannot guarantee that they have ecological food. Apart from stalls that are inside our own market street, we have high expectations on everyone that is inside <em>Urkults schyssta marknadsgata. Translated ” Urkults Fair Trade Street”.
For groceries you can buy at Coop they have extended opening hours during the festival weekend. There is also ICA and the petrolstation offers a smaller range of necessities.
Others are Ingelas café ( coffee, cakes, sandwiches and lighter food), Flintabaren (pizza and kebab) och Fäbodammen (a selected menu) this place is 15 km from Näsåker towards Sollefteå.
Please look at our map to find out more.
Most open their bookings in May/June and you will have to contact them yourself. We do not offer information about any vacancies.
Right by the entrance you can fill your bottle with fresh water.
To buy alcohol you have to be 18 +.
We do not allow any dogs or other animals inside the festival area. If possible leave the dog at home.
At Coop they will have a limited amount of cash to hand out and it’s usually difficult to get it from there. We recommend to bring what you need before you come to Näsåker. the closest cash point from here is at Ramsele 30km, or Sollefteå 42km.
Urkult is situated at an ancient place, with steep slopes and tree roots poking up here and there. This makes the accessibility limited at some places.
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Next festival is held 1-3 of August 2019
Urkult Lärkvägen 1, 880 30 Näsåker