Respect festival 2015 - by Barbora Hrdá

The 24rd edition

of the festival will take place in the grounds of the Rohanský ostrov (public transport Invalidovna)

Map is here

Line-up is here

We ask that all visitors present proof of Covid-19 free status which may include:

1) Medical confirmation of a previous Covid-19 infectionNo more than 180 days from the first positive test.

2) A negative test result an antigen test taken no more than 72 hours previously, a PCR test taken no more than 7 days previously. Home self-administered tests are not recognised as proof of Covid-19 free status to attend mass gatherings.

3) National certification of vaccination (Two-dose vaccination scheme and single-dose vaccination scheme). At least 14 days have elapsed since the completion of the vaccination.

How to get there

Public transport connection > Tram 3, 8, 24

Tram stop > Invalidovna

Metro station B > Invalidovna

 

Enter the park and follow posters with signs from there.

Parking

There is not enough parking space around Rohanský ostrov (blue lines for Prague 8 residents mostly). Please, try to park in other areas or neighbourhoods, and use public transport to get to Invalidovna (tram, tube).

 

Safety & advice

Professional security service is supplied for your comfort and safety.  Should you have any problem, do not hesitate to contact them. They will be happy to help or advise you. Look for them on key spots of the area (ie. entrance, stage left and right, etc.)

During the festival, health workers will regularly go through the area. Do not hesitate to contact them in case of injury or nausea. Their basecamp is in the backstage. Stage left from your point of view.

Dogs can only be taken to the festival grounds on a leash.

Drinking water is provided for free.

Non-alcoholic beverages can only be introduced in plastic bottles and in reasonable quantities.

Alcoholic beverages are forbidden to be brought to the grounds.

The barrier-free entrance, area and toilet. Please count with the difficult terrain of the turf.

Children friendly

The festival is suitable for children of any age. Children under the age of 6 are better protected from loud music, so give them ear protection, or buy earplugs at the festival stand on the left side of the podium (from your POV).

Masks workshop with Gilberto Conti – during both festival days there will be workshop of creating huge masks made out of cardboard, the workshop is going to be led by Brazilian artitst and puppeteer Gilberto Conti.

Merchandise

Traditional t-shirts, sweatshirts, bags and caps in the colours of the festival can be purchased at the merchandise stand as well as the merchandise of performers and other bands from the Rachot menu, which are hard to find elsewhere.

Refreshment & other

Like the program, we offer a varied selection of snacks and sales. The list of stalls can be found here:

Taste of Ethiopia Prague – Ethiopian cuisine

Pakistan-Indonesia Catering – Indonesian cuisine

Čajovna Amana – tearoom

Vino Fermata – Tuscan wines

Mamacoffee

MARAoriginal fashion by Markéta Petráčková

Ondruškovicleather products sale + exhibition with leather masks designed by Petr Nikl

NGOs

Festival provides space for non-profit organizations whose work we value. Stop with them for a moment. You will learn a lot of interesting information about the world you live in.

You can find the list of non-profit organizations  here:

Lékaři bez hranic – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) was established in 1971 by a small group of French doctors who had worked together during the Nigerian Civil War. Upon their return, they were determined to find a way to respond rapidly and effectively to public health emergencies, with complete independence from political, economic and religious influences.

Bona o. p. s.

Aperio – Healthy Parenting Association is a non- governmental, non- profit organization focused on position and needs of parents in society.

Hospodyňkyplayromm

Radio 1info tent

Unijazzinfo tent

Václav Havel Library info tent, books sale

Člověk v tísniinfo tent