When will Booty Rave Festival take place?


The nineth edition of Booty Rave Festival will take place on Friday the 3th and Saturday the 4th of September 2021 in the Otterschalen in Kasterlee.

What is Booty Rave Festival?


Booty Rave is a two-day festival in a location like no other. An idyllic scene, hidden between green forests and picturesque meadows. The ambitious goal of the organisation: to transform this place into an inspiring oasis of musical solidarity every year. Booty Rave Festival offers a varied and broad repertoire of new talents and fixed acts, both from Belgium and abroad. In addition to a strong musical line-up and a well-thought-out look and feel, Booty Rave has an extra asset: our well-known 'Drinks Included concept'. The perfect formula to conclude your festival summer.

Is Booty Rave Festival for young and old?


Entry to Booty Rave Festival is possible to those who are 16 years old and above.

Is it possible that I will be photographed or filmed at Booty Rave?


Photographers and camera crews will be present at Booty Rave. You may be photographed or filmed.

Who organises Booty Rave Festival?


Booty Rave Festival is organised by the non-profit organisation Strauwntsound VZW.

Where can I find my lost mobile phone / wallet?


During the opening hours of the festival you can go to the cash desk on the site. On Sunday there is a lost and found stand at the campsite. After the festival the found objects will be kept for a week, to reclaim them please e-mail to info@strauwntsound.be. After a week, the most valuable items will be handed over to police Kasterlee.

Disrespectful behaviour?


Booty Rave welcomes everyone regardless of gender, language, political persuasion, racial or ethnic origin, religion or ideology, handicap or impairment, age or sexual orientation. We reject any form of physical or verbal abuse, harassment or disrespectful behaviour.

Food & Drinks



There are food stands present on both the festival site and campsite. On the campsite you pay with cash. On the festival site you pay with food tokens which you can purchase on the premises.



On the festival site you do not pay anything for your drinks, which are included in your festival ticket. There will also be a drinks stand at the campsite, but here you must pay with cash.

Can you take your own drink on to the festival site?


Own drinks are allowed on the festival site if it is not in a glass container.


Can I stay overnight with my own tent?


Yes of course! Our campsite is within walking distance of the festival site and has toilets, running water and showers. Our friends, the ‘Kastelse durvers’ provide an ‘anti-hangover’ breakfast and fresh coffee. You can pay for the breakfast with cash.

Can I sleep in the forest?


Unfortunately not! We provide a cosy campsite and all the necessary utilities, surrounded by a wooded area. Much better than camping in a forest! Camping is also included in the ticket price.

Do I have access to the campsite with a one-day ticket?


Sure! Access to the campsite is included in all tickets.

Is there a storage facility on the campsite?


No, there are no storage facilities on the campsite. Do not bring expensive items or items that need to be kept in storage. Speakers and/or sound systems should also be left at home.

Can I stay overnight with my mobile home or caravan?


Unfortunately we do not have the facilities for mobile homes or caravans.

How long can I stay on the campsite?


The camping closes at 12 noon (midday) on Sunday 5th September 2021.




Free parking is provided in the vicinity of the festival. A kiss & ride zone is also provided close to the festival site.

  • From Antwerpen & Eindhoven: E34, exit 24 Turnhout centrum (Follow the signs to Kasterlee/Geel). Once you have arrived in Kasterlee, follow the signposting towards the festival
  • From Hasselt: E313, exit 23 Geel West (Follow the signs to Kasterlee/Turnhout). Once you have arrived in Kasterlee, follow the signposting towards the festival.

Public transport?


If you come by train, you can get off in Herentals, Geel or Turnhout. From the station, take a bus to the centre of Kasterlee and get off at the Pellemanstraat bus stop. Follow the signposting towards the festival from there.

  • From Herentals: 305 towards Turnhout
  • From Geel:490 or 492 towards Turnhout
  • From Turnhout: 305 towards Leuven/Herentals or 490 & 492 towards Aarschot



There is a bicycle parking zone at the festival site. Once you have arrived in Kasterlee, follow the signposting towards the festival.


Is first aid present during the night on the campsite?


There is a first aid stand present 24/7. This can be found on the otterschalen right in front of the entrance to the campsite.

Other Frequently Asked Questions

Will you take care of my ears?


At Booty Rave Festival we adhere to the statutory noise standards. Nevertheless, we always recommend that you always wear ear protection. We also offer free earplugs on the festival site.

What are the risks of entering the backstage without authorization?


If applicable, the festival band will be cut and removed, and further access from the festival site will be denied. If damage or theft is detected, the authorities will be notified.

Can I distribute flyers?


Out of respect for the environment, distributing flyers is not allowed on the festival site.

What is Phase-shift keying?


Phase-shift keying (PSK) is a digital modulation process which conveys data by changing (modulating) the phase of a constant frequency reference signal (the carrier wave). The modulation is accomplished by varying the sine and cosine inputs at a precise time. It is widely used for wireless LANs, RFID and Bluetooth communication.

Any digital modulation scheme uses a finite number of distinct signals to represent digital data. PSK uses a finite number of phases, each assigned a unique pattern of binary digits. Usually, each phase encodes an equal number of bits. Each pattern of bits forms the symbol that is represented by the particular phase. The demodulator, which is designed specifically for the symbol-set used by the modulator, determines the phase of the received signal and maps it back to the symbol it represents, thus recovering the original data. This requires the receiver to be able to compare the phase of the received signal to a reference signal – such a system is termed coherent (and referred to as CPSK).