We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will update this page if necessary.

The ARTONOV Festival organises performances in a safe way

Covid Safe Ticket

Come again and look and listen!  At seven venues in Brussels, our hosts are eager to welcome you and open the doors of their exceptional buildings for you. And we for our part are delighted to offer artists a stage to shine on.

The ARTONOV Festival puts the safety and health of you, our audience, the artists and the team first and closely follows the guidelines of the government and experts.

From October 1st, the Brussels government imposes the use of the Covid Safe Ticket (CST) for cultural events.

Access to the ARTONOV Festival is only possible with a Covid Safe Ticket (CST) and an identity card (or driver’s license), or a Covid digital certificate for non-Belgian residents.

Your ticket will be checked at the entrance of the building. Social distancing is no longer mandatory in the venue after the CST check. Wearing a mask is mandatory at the entrance of the building and in the corridors, until the ticket control. If you feel safer wearing a mask, you can of course continue to do so.

Requirements to obtain a Covid Safe Ticket: 

– You are fully vaccinated (+ 2 weeks)

– You have a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 dated no later than 6 months ago.

– You have a recent negative PCR test (- 72h)

– You have a recent negative antigen test (- 48h)


How to get a Covid Safe Ticket?

You can find all the information about the Covid Safe Ticket on the website https://covidsafe.be/en/.

Non-Belgian visitors must be able to produce the EU Digital Covid Certificate.

Children under 16 years of age can enter without a CST.

It is not possible to be tested at the entrance.


For security reasons, we cannot admit latecomers. We therefore advise you to be on time.



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