REGISTRATION OPENS AT 8.30

Please bring a copy of your ticket, paper or digital works. Wristbands: Every attendee will be given a colour coded wristband that will grant access to areas of the festival according to your ticket type. Every attendee must wear their wristband at all times during the festival. We will have a seperate wristband that grants access to the official UPRISE Afterparty. Badges: Not everyone gets a badge. If you are participating in something during the festival you will receive a badge with your name and company. You can pick this up in the registration inside the main door of the Pakhuis West. Tickets will be sold at the door depending on availability and capacity. Content Stages: Access to workshops will only be allowed with a paid workshop ticket. Please be 5 minutes early to each workshop as we have a strict schedule to keep to. Any questions please use the chat function on our website to ask.


LUGGAGE AND VALUABLES

We will have a manned cloakroom where coats and luggage can be stored. We do not however accept any liability for any goods/valuables stored in the cloakroom.


STUDENT TICKETS

Holders of our student tickets will be required to show a valid College/ University ID Card. Without a valid ID we can not grant entry to the festival and refunds are not possible.


THE BORING STUFF

  No food & drinks will be allowed to be brought into the festival.   Smoking is forbidden. All smokers will have to find a place outside.   No dogs/cats or pets of any variety will be allowed access   Infants are allowed in for free as long as they are accompanied by a ticketed adult.

TICKET EXCHANGE / TICKET REFUNDS

I’m sorry I can’t do that Dave. We just can’t refund your ticket, but we can change the name on your ticket before the event so someone can benefit from your ticket.

Directions from Dam – Amsterdam City Centre to Pakhuis West

Pakhuis West is located near Sloterdijk train station and the historic center of Amsterdam. Downtown, with the Vondelpark, Rijksmuseum and the “9 Streets”, is very easy to reach by bicycle, bus (stop 55 yds) and metro (stop 440 yds). With good connections to the RAI congress center and Schiphol airport and a strategic location near Havens West, Westpoort.

Directions By Car

Head north on Dam. Continue onto Damrak. Continue onto Prins Hendrikkade (passing the Central Station). Prins Hendrikkade turns slightly right and becomes Nieuwe Westerdokstraat. Turn left onto Haarlemmer Houttuinen. Turn right at the 1st cross street to stay on Haarlemmer Houttuinen. Turn right onto Westerdokskade. Westerdokskade turns left and becomes Westerdoksdijk/s100. Continue onto Tasmanstraat/S102. Keep left to continue on Transformatorweg/S102. Turn right at Turbinestraat. Turn left onto Transformatorweg. Turn right onto Elementenstraat – Pakhuis West will be on the left.

Directions By Bus/Tram

Head north to the Central Station. Take the Bus number 22 from platform E. Step off at the stop called (Amsterdam) Contactweg. Walk heading west on Transformatorweg/S102 toward Turbinestraat. Turn right at Turbinestraat. Turn left onto Transformatorweg. Turn right onto Elementenstraat – Pakhuis West will be on your left. 

Directions By Train

Head north to the Central Station. Take a train that goes via Amsterdam Sloterdijk – more options available. Change to a metro line 50, direction Isolatorweg. Get out at Isolatorweg. Head south toward Accumulatorweg. Turn left onto Accumulatorweg. Turn left onto Generatorstraat. Turn right onto Elementenstraat – Pakhuis West will be on your right. 

 

Parking

There are extensive parking facilities in the direct vicinity of the location. Amsterdam is easy to navigate by car, but to make the most of your trip, there are some factors to keep in mind – especially when it comes to parking. Because of the compact layout of the city and the limited number of (affordable) parking spaces, Park+Ride locations on the edge of the city are a great option.

Digital Parking

The digital parking system in Amsterdam means that you need to enter your registration plate details into the parking meter when you pay for (on-street) parking. You don’t need to display a parking receipt in your car, but you can still print a copy for your own administration. Your number plate now serves as your ‘receipt’, and Cition (the local parking authority) can simply scan it to see if you have paid. Please note that Amsterdam’s parking meters do not accept cash or coins. Payment can only be made using a Dutch bank card or any major (international) credit card.

 

PAKHUIS WEST

Elementenstraat 25, Amsterdam