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How silent ist "Silent and Clean"?


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Written on: 17.03.2014 10:32
Jan
Posts: 3
Hi there!

With most of the people in our camp being well beyond 30 (or 40), the question has been brougt up to go to silent and clean this year.
Allthough most of us will not be missing the huge sound systems which make the earth shake all night (this ist why the discussion to move camp came up), there are some concerns about the strictness of rules and the general atmosphere in this area.
Are you allowed to sit in your camp and have a beer or two after 11 (which, of course, will include some talking and laughing), or is it straight to the sleeping bag then?

Thanks for sharing your experience.
Written on: 17.03.2014 10:54
joyjoy
Posts: 20
Jan wrote:


Are you allowed to sit in your camp and have a beer or two after 11 (which, of course, will include some talking and laughing), or is it straight to the sleeping bag then?



In my experience, there's no problem with that. Me and my friends have been two times in RF and both times in silent and clean camping, and definitely going to camp there this summer also. I think I couldn't get sleep in "normal" camping area with the huge sound systems. So I can recommend the J camping, it's pleasant atmosphere there!

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Written on: 24.03.2014 20:26
mich
Posts: 2
Quick question. Me and a friend want a Nice Camp maybe like get a tent uptown last year.
How, when and most important where is silent and clean Camp?

Cheers
Martin

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Written on: 25.03.2014 07:52
Coldblooded
Posts: 1229
mich wrote:

Quick question. Me and a friend want a Nice Camp maybe like get a tent uptown last year.
How, when and most important where is silent and clean Camp?

Cheers
Martin

How: It's silent and clean, meaning that there's restrictions on how loud it gets, especially in the night, and the camps are urged to clean up after themselves much more thoroughly than is the case elsewhere in the camping site. As far as I gather, the cleanup effort by the festival itself is also more intensive. There's no additional perks á la GAT Uptown last year – it's not a luxury camp per se, and there's no pitched tents for you: You bring your own.

When: You needn't necessarily get there first if the placement is as (relatively) unattractive as it was last year.

Where: Probably Agora J in the southernmost part of the camping site.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 25.03.2014 at 09:46.]


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