There is also a limited edition Golden Circle ticket, which gives access to the area right in front of the stage during Bon Jovi’s concert, available for 150 euro (including service fee and a mobility contribution) per ticket.
For festival goers with a disability, specific tickets for the wheelchair platform are available.
Important! Only buy your tickets from the official ticketing channels. Tickets purchased through auctioning websites or the secondary market do not guarantee validity. You risk being denied access to the festival. Please be vigilant.
Our ticket partner Ticketmaster is happy to answer any questions.
Our ticket partner Ticketmaster can be reached every business day – Monday to Friday – from 9am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 6pm, through:
Please keep any possible reservation information close; this will speed up the assistance.
People with a disability who wish to use the wheelchair platform at TW Classic need to buy SPECIAL TICKETS. The tickets for the wheelchair platform are SOLD OUT. There are no more tickets available for the wheelchair platform.
You can sign in for the waiting list of the wheelchair platform by filling in this form. If any tickets should become available, Inter will contact you.
The tickets for the wheelchair platform cost 92 euro in presale, including service costs and a mobility contribution and only a limited number of tickets is available. You can only make a reservation if you send us a copy of your European blue parking card or of another official document which states that you have a disability.
If you do not wish to use the wheelchair platform, simply buy ordinary tickets. However, if you want to use other facilities (parking, alternative entrance, folding chair...), please make your request in advance by filling out this form.
If you have any questions regarding the purchase of tickets for the wheelchair platform, you can contact Ticketmaster at +32 (0)70 223 193.
If you have any further questions regarding the facilities for people with a disability, you can contact email@example.com.
There is a legal framework that curbs the resale of tickets. The Belgian law of 30 July 2013 concerning the sale of tickets to events states that:
Nevertheless, the trade in festival tickets on parallel markets is rampant. Contrary to tickets purchased via the official ticket channels, tickets purchased on the black market do not guarantee validity. All too often we find that fraudulent tickets are offered via these channels. It is possible that tickets purchased on a parallel market are on the blacklist, so the access to the festival will be refused.