Bospop Festival has a rich history. It’s an old-fashioned and fun pop-rock festival in Weert in the Netherlands.
It began in 1980 as a small festival, namely for regional amateur bands performing on a homemade platform.
Now it’s a musical spectacle where bands of international renown take to the stage.
Even though it’s grown immensely in popularity over the years, it’s managed to retain its intimate atmosphere.
Camping at Bospop
For the complete festival experience, camp out at Bospop.
Bring your tent or campervan.
The camping ground has flush toilets, warm showers, and washbasins.
You can hire a tent already set up for those who don’t have their own camping gear.
Or you could stay in a holiday home about 5 km up the road and include bike hire to ride back and forth.
Hotels in Weert
Hotel Munten is a landmark building that was formerly home to the Penitent monastery.
Centrally located in Weert, it offers spacious, tastefully renovated rooms, each with a unique character and modern facilities.
More About Bospop Festival
Bospop is also well-known for the great facilities available during the festival.
Facilities such as:
- An all-night café
- Breakfast and shower amenities
- An extensive and fascinating festival market
- A wide range of food choices
- And plenty of loos
And there’s heaps of car parking, monitored motorbike and bicycle parking, and camping facilities.
How to get there
Weert is a city in Limburg, the most south-easterly province of the Netherlands, about 60 km north of Maastricht.
Bospop takes place just off the A2 near Weert North.
If you’re driving, there is plenty of parking available.
The train station is about a 45-minute walk from the festival terrain.
A shuttle bus is running between the station and the festival, as well as taxis.