Practical information

Meeting point 

For the three days of the festival, Begijnhofpark is the eye of the DANSSTORM! A place where artists and audience can meet each other, where you can talk about what you have seen over a beer and where you can find our info point for all your questions.

Festival plan 

If you would like a handy overview of all the dance initiatives, you can obtain the DANSSTORM festival plan with map and explanation from our volunteers at every location. You can recognise the volunteers by their T-shirt and DANSSTORM masks.

Public toilets

There are a lot of public toilets in Kortrijk. For an up to date overview of toilet facilities, download the HogeNood app. The app shows you where the nearest public toilet is, whether it is wheelchair accessible or if there is a baby-changing station, etc.

HogeNood via Google Play


HogeNood via Apple Store


If you would prefer not to use an app, you can obtain a clear overview here or see the free festival plan. You can obtain the plan from volunteers at all the dance locations in the city.

Where to park

If you are coming to Kortrijk on Friday or Saturday (it is car-free on Sunday!), the city offers various parking opportunities above and below ground where you can safely leave your car. The first hour is free of charge everywhere in the city. For a full list of car parks, see: http://www.parko.be/parkings. The same rates apply to all the car parks, except for Haven, where it is cheaper and you can park for a whole day for just € 2.50.

For more information about parking in Kortrijk, see http://www.parko.be/bezoeken.

Parking is free at P&B Wembley and P&R XPO, from where you can take the bus free of charge to the town centre. The perfect parking spaces for car-free Sunday.

Train or bus 

What a good idea! Kortrijk has two train stations (Kortrijk and Bissegem). Kortrijk station is right in the middle of the city, within walking distance of various attractions (such as Grote Markt, museums, shopping malls, etc.).

For more info, see:

– travelling by train: www.b-rail.be/main/N/
– travelling by bus: www.delijn.be


If you live in or nearby Kortrijk, then travelling to DANSSTORM on foot or by bicycle is, of course, the nicest way. Did you know that Kortrijk was proclaimed the best Flemish town for bicycles in 2020? Ring, ring…
For more information about parking your bicycle, see: https://www.kortrijk.be/fietsparkeren


The current corona regulations as of 1st September 2021 are being applied at DANSSTORM. This means that there are no restrictions any more for most events. If you do feel unwell, then please stay at home to get better.

Discover Kortrijk 

Kortrijk offers everything you could want from a city. Art and design, parks and playgrounds, culinary hotspots and even a beach on the Lys (Leie). Guaranteed fun for young and old! If you don’t have any plans for the weekend of 17thto 19th September, treat yourself to DANSSTORM in dazzling Kortrijk.

For more information about what to see and do in Kortrijk, see https://www.toerismekortrijk.be/en

If you want to know what there is to see and do in Kortrijk, find out from Toerisme Kortrijk, or see the latest updates on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/ToerismeLeiestreek) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/stadkortrijk/).


Visual material

Photos will be taken at the festival which may be used at a later date for publicity on social media, the website or in the press. If you do not wish a photo to be used, please contact us at communicatie@danspunt.be