Unfortunately, LOUDLIVE has been postponed to 2023. All ticket buyers received an e-mail with further instructions. 


If you purchased tickets, but didn’t receive them in your e-mail inbox yet, please contact our ticketprovider Tibbaa or Ticketmaster (depending on where you bought your tickets).

Go to or send an email to

Go to this helpdesk article on to get hold of your tickets.

Make sure to look up your order number, which you can find at the description of your transaction in your banking app.

If you have tickets but can’t go anymore, you can try to sell them securely on Ticketswap.
No refunds are given.
If #LLF is sold out, you can try Ticketswap to cop tickets as well.


All ticket buyers received an e-mail with the options you have. If you want, you can use your ticket to go to Latino Gang Festival which is 2 days before LOUDLIVE on the 8th of July in Breepark. You can also request a full refund or choose to keep your tickets and use it for a next edition. Need more info? You can read the full terms in the footer of our website.


About the organisation

LOUDLIVE Festival is brought to you by leading latin-oriented event organization MASQLIVE.

The aim of MASQLIVE is giving people ‘More Than Life’. More live music, more live events, more to live for.
MASQLIVE consists of the founders and creators of the Pal Mundo brand, who organised several big latin events in Amsterdam (Arena Park) and Rotterdam (Ahoy) as well as international venues like the O2 Arena in the UK and Vicente Calderón stadion Madrid. They have also hosted numerous European tours of some of the biggest latin artists like Marc Anthony and Romeo Santos.

Our community consists of beautiful and passionate people from all over the world. Together we create events with memories that are meant to last a lifetime.

We believe that teamwork does really make the dream work. So if you you have any suggestions for our festival or want to share your creative skills with us, drop us an e-mail or DM and let’s talk.

About the festival

A new European festival that combines top music acts, inspiring art, inimitable fashion looks & food from all over the world.

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Instagram: @loudlivefestival
TikTok: @loudlivefest
Snapchat: @loudlivefest 

Opening Times

LOUDLIVE 2022 is postponed to 2023. More info soon!


#LLF 2023 will take place at Breepark Breda, The Netherlands.

Bavelseparklaan, 4817 ZX Breda, The Netherlands

Contact us

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If you have any questions that are not answered in our FAQ, don’t hesitate to send us an email: 



Get in the party mood on your way to LOUDLIVE Festival without having to worry about navigating? Then book your seat at one of the partybusses that leave from difference places in The Netherlands and Belgium. Easy! Head to to book a spot for you and your friends.

Plan your trip to LOUDLIVE Festival on or use the address below to navigate.

Bavelseparklaan, 4817 ZX Breda

The nearest airport is Rotterdam The Hague Airport.
From this airport, it takes about 90 minutes to get to Breepark, Breda with public transport or 45 minutes by car/taxi.

Use the following address to navigate to LOUDLIVE Festival:
Breepark Breda
Bavelseparklaan, 4817 ZX Breda

Please note: there are limited free parking spots at Breepark. Come early to secure one of those! If the parking lot at Breepark is full, we have a paid parking area right next to the festival site. More info on parking tickets for this area will be shared here soon.

Food & Drinks

We offer a great variety of food and drinks that originate from all over the world. Do you have food allergies or questions about the food being served at LOUDLIVE Festival? Please contact us at 

It’s not allowed to bring your own food or drinks to #LLF.


At #LLF you purchase drinks and food with unique #LLF tokens that can be bought online before the festival starts or at the festival terrain. You can purchase these tokens at the various cashier points using cash, a debitcard (Maestro) or a creditcard (Visa/Mastercard). Please keep in mind that there are no ATM’s at our festival site.  Once tokens are bought, they are not refundable.

Water Taps

Free drinking water is available at LOUDLIVE Festival. Make sure you stay hydrated, especially when the weather is hot (and the music even hotter). You can find the water tap points next to the toilets.


We have lockers next to the entrance where you can store your bag, coat or other belongings. You can bring a backpack to the festival, as long as its A4 size or smaller. Feel free to share a locker with your friend: they each fit around three summer coats.


Go easy on your ears and wear earplugs at all times! You can purchase your earplugs at one of the cashier points.


#LLF is an 18+ event. Please bring your ID with you: everyone attending #LLF will be asked to show a valid ID card at the entrance, which means: an ID card, passport or driver’s license. Photocopies or birth certificates are not accepted.

Smoking / Tabacco

Cigarettes are sold at the festival site. Please note that you are required to show your ID card when buying cigarettes as is stated by the Dutch law. Be aware that it is forbidden to smoke cigarettes or e-cigarettes inside the tents.


Keeping it green is important! That is why #LLF no longer hands-out paper floorplans or flyers. Also we ask you to travel by public transport or bike and leave your car at home. This is not only good for the environment but also a lot safer.

Next to that, as of last year, we recycle our waste. This means no longer throwing all of your trash in one bin but plastic with plastic, paper with paper, etcetera.


Zero Tolerance

All festivals in the Netherlands operate under a Zero Tolerance policy. This means that no soft- and hard drugs are allowed at #LLF. If you are in possession of drugs, you will be denied access to the festival and you may be handed over to the police. Public use of any drugs at the event will result in removal.

What you can bring

You are allowed to bring personal cameras, go-pros, folded selfie sticks (max. 1,5m when unfolded), cigarettes, roll-on deodorant (no spray cans) and chargers to #LLF.

Not sure you can bring an item? Just ask us upfront:



What you cannot bring / prohibited

Items that you are not allowed to bring to LOUDLIVE Festival are:

  • Hard or soft drugs
  • Weapons, (fire) arms and/or other dangerous or prohibited items
  • Video equipment
  • Sound recording equipment
  • Professional or semi-professional video equipment (zoom lenses)
  • Glass or cans
  • Food or (alcoholic) drinks
  • Pets
  • Fireworks
  • Laser items (pens, pointers)
  • Bottles containing any type of gas or other substances
  • Umbrella’s
  • Flagpoles longer than 1.5m
First Aid

Medical aids are there to help you at any time during the festival. They can provide you with water, aspirins or band-aids if. Not feeling so well? Don’t be afraid to head over there and always be open and honest about the substances you’ve taken. The medical aid station is marked by a red cross and can be found on the right side of the mainstage.

The medical aid station can be found on site and is marked by a red cross. A medical aid station is staffed with emergency medical professionals who can provide water, aspirins or plasters if you need them. If you seek medical aid, don’t be afraid you’ll get into trouble. Please be open and honest about the substances you’ve taken because it may save your life. You will not be legally prosecuted when seeing a medical aid team after using drugs, nor will the friend who brings you. If you can’t find the medical aid team feel free to ask a security guard or another crew member to guide you or call for help. If you choose to take drugs, we recommend you to tell your friend about what and how much you have taken, should they need to explain the situation to someone if you are unable to do so yourself.

If you suspect that somebody is unwell due to medical issue or the use of drugs or alcohol, seek immediate medical attention. Never leave anyone who’s feeling unwell. Ask for help and stay with your friend or fellow urban lover until medical help arrives. Keep an eye out for signs and symptoms in yourself and other.



Bringing your own medication is only allowed in combination with an official doctor’s note. Also the medication has to be packed in its original packing.

Entry with a physical condition

LOUDLIVE Festival has a special entrance to fit right through if you are in a wheelchair. It is located next to the regular entrance, ask the present staff for help if needed. The greater part of the festival grounds consists of grass. This means that, under certain circumstances such as a lot of rain, the grounds won’t be as passable as we wished for. We do not have a special platform for wheelchairs.

At the toilet area, there are toilet facilities that are suitable for wheelchairs. Don’t hesitate to ask our staff or another visitor for assistance.

Lost & Found

Did you lose some of your belongings while attending an #LLF event? Please contact our lost & found department: Make sure to add a detailed description of the missing items. Don’t forget to add your full name and contact information in the email.

We will contact you within two weeks after the festival has ended.

Other Questions

Do you have any other questions? Please contact us:
See you in July!


You should definitely celebrate the best artists and party all-day long at Loud Live Festival. But even more important: celebrate safely and healthily. Please check out the ten Celebrate Safe pillars below!

Alcohol & drugs use are never without risk

We are free to enjoy life but go easy on yourself and your body. If you do choose to use alcohol or drugs do so wisely and consciously. Be aware of how much you consume and pay attention to how you feel. And take care of your friends and family! After all, drinking alcohol and using drugs is never completely without risk. Mixing drugs and alcohol, frequent use or use in high dosages can lead to life-threatening health issues. Risks originate from the amount you consume, the place you consume it, what type of substances you consume and your body’s own reaction. So attend to your own needs and listen to your body.

Ear protection

A party without music, is no party to begin with. But loss of hearing or having a constant ringing in your ear is not a souvenir you want to bring home.  Go easy on your ears and wear earplugs at all times. These are available at our information desk or special hearing loss prevention stands. Also – we recommend staying a few feet away from the speakers. Standing right in front of the speakers is never a good idea, even when wearing earplugs.

Think for yourself, care about others

Look after yourself, look after your friends but also look after other party-goers. Your relish and safety are top priorities for us. If you see someone who is dehydrated, needs medical attention or just a helping hand: be the one to offer your helping hand. Take care of your friends, especially when you know or suspect they are under the influence of a substance. By entering the festival, always agree upon a meeting point in case you lose each other. Made the decision to take drugs or drink alcohol? Be honest and tell your friends. Don’t try to convince others to take a substance and do not let someone convince you if you don’t want to. Be yourself and follow your instincts.

Eat, Sleep, Party

Even though you think you can party all-day-long, people are not robots. Give yourself the opportunity to recharge and make sure you’ll get enough sleep. A good night’s sleep will restore your body and will get you ready for the next party! Don’t forget to treat yourself to a good breakfast. Be aware that dancing dehydrates your body of vital fluids. Drink water when your thirsty but know that water alone might not be enough. It’s best to drink a combination of water, soda and sports drinks throughout the day. Don’t drink more than 2 glasses or one 0.75L bottle each hour. Drinking too much water can be dangerous. So hydrate yourself – drink water and some sugar and dance all day long!

Know your limits

Look after yourself. Plan ahead. ‘’Less is more’’ when it comes to drugs and alcohol. You don’t want to ruin the time of your friends by overstretching yourself.

Prepare for the Dutch weather

Always check the weather forecast before you go to a festival and make sure you are prepared for any type of weather. Day and night temperatures can vary a great deal: dress in layers, use sunscreen, take a poncho and wear a hat. Alcohol and drugs will cloud your judgement and assessment of your body temperature. Be sure to bring warm clothes for your journey home.

Chill out

Non-stop partying and dancing are your goal but at some point, your body will need to cool down. Use this time to sit down in one of the chill out areas, take a walk around the festival or sit down at the food court which offers anything you need to recharge.

Safe Sex

There’s more to partying than dancing. With the most beautiful and sexy people at #LLF it is only natural to flirt your way around this beautiful day. However, keep in mind that your judgement may be clouded due to for instance alcohol. Be cautious of taking strangers back to your home, make sure a friend knows who you’re with and where you are. Use condoms.


Don’t be afraid to say no, and don’t allow yourself to get talked into something you don’t want. This also works the other way around – until you get a clear OK from the other, the answer is always ‘’no’’. Respect each other’s limits: do not persuade or intimidate. Someone who really likes you, will respect your wishes.

Don’t use and drive, you are a risk to yourself AND others

Using alcohol or/and drugs, people are more likely to overestimate their driving skills. Do not drive when you are in this condition. In your diminished state you are a direct danger to both yourself and other people. You can kill yourself, your friends or somebody else’s friend or family. Also be aware of another danger to drivers (which is often underestimated): fatigue. The only cure is sleep. Energy drinks and other stimulants will not refresh you. Take care of your own drive home, never join a driver who is not sober. Whenever possible: use public transport. If you do go by car, appoint a designated driver well in advance, encourage and respect their promise to ‘’not-drink-and-drive’’ at the festival and do not distract the driver from driving, no matter how cool you and your friend look on that Instagram picture you took at the festival.

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