Dour has long been known as one of Belgium’s most prestigious open-air events.

The European Alternative Event for music lovers is revered for its musical diversity.

Six major stages (both indoor and outdoor) are set to welcome the artists over four days. A host of stalls, stands and festival market will be at hand to provide punters with their every festival wish whilst camping is available in abundance for accommodation.

The festival takes place on the planes of western Belgium, shaped by the legacy of the coal mining industry. Punters from all over Europe traditionally flock to Dour every year. Brussels International Airport is the nearest continental travel hub.

The festival is also easily accessible on the national Belgian rail network. Hainin Station is the closest, providing links to the town of Mons and further afield.

Big Green Coach have announced that they are working directly with this year’s festival, providing ticket and travel packages for fans.

The environmentally responsible travel company has a number of weekend camping passes for both sites with coaches running from a number of major cities.

Head to the Big Green Coach website for more details.