Once a year Surfana Festival takes place in the Dutch national park or the Kennemer dunes. Surf minded people from all around the world come together to feel a unique blend of music, clinics, food, arts and love. An ultimate experience in which you deeply connect with nature and each other. Something, we think, softly touches the essence of our existence.

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  • Important ticket information

    PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: *In order to spend a night at the festival at any point over the festival weekend you will require a Full Weekend Ticket.* Weekend tickets *Full Weekend + sleeping ticket (€107,50 - €117,50 - €127,50 - €150,-) – Gives 1 person access to all days and nights of the festival + access to the campsite. This ticket excludes campervan or other fancy accommodation option. Earlybirds will have the cheapest tickets of course *Full Weekend sleeping ticket Kids (€35,-) – Gives 1 child 3 - 13 years old access to all days and nights of the festival + access to the campsite. Campervan ticket (€37,50) – Provides you with a weekend ticket + campervan sticker that gives you the right to park your campervan on the campsite. Each person staying in a campervan needs to have a Full Weekend Ticket. There is a maximum of 4 people that can stay in one campervan. No trailers allowed. Passe partout (€97,50) – Access to all days of the festival – without campsite/sleeping access. So basically daytickets for the whole weekend, with a discount. With a Passe Partout you are only allowed to the festival terrain during opening hours. Full Weekend tickets allow for access to camping and setting up of your own camp. Day Tickets Friday ticket (adults €27,50, kids 12 to 17 €12,50) – Access to the festival on Friday 10th of September, from 12:00 until 00:00. Saturday ticket (adults €47,50, kids 12 to 17 €17,50) – Access to the festival on Saturday 11th of September, from 10:00 until 00:00. Sunday ticket (adults €27,50, kids 12 to 17 €12,50) – Access to the festival on Sunday 12th of September, from 10:00 until 00:00. For kids up to 11, day tickets are free (weekend sleeping tickets are €35,-). Each ticket comes with a €1.50 euro service charge. All tickets are tax inclusive. We remain the right to refuse people that misbehave or don’t respect campsite or festival policies. View our Terms & Conditions HERE
  • Kids tickets

    Of course we've put together a very cool program for children! Children under 18 must always come to the festival under supervision! What about the children's Tickets? We have different options: Weekend tickets For children up to 3 are free. From 3 to 17 it costs € 35. Day tickets Admission is free for kids up to the age of 13, children aged 14 to 17 pay € 12.50 for Friday and Sunday and € 17.50 for Saturday.
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  • Parking / Camper vans

    A limited amount or camper van and parking tickets for regular vehicles will be released. This will allow you to park your vehicle on the festival camping grounds making life that much easier!


    New in 2020! Parking for regular vehicles wil be done outside the campsite area. There will be enough parking places. A plan will follow soon! If you're young, fit, healthy with no kids; coming to the festival alone or with limited baggage. Please consider that there are single parents with one or multiple children who would benefit from this more so than you.

    Camper Van Tickets € 37.50 

    Provides you with a campervan sticker that gives you the right to park your campervan at the campsite. Each person staying in a campervan needs to have a Full Weekend Ticket. There is a maximum of 4 people that can stay in one camper van.  NO CARAVAN'S OR TRAILERS ARE ALLOWED.
  • Why did we changed the dates?

    We changed dates so we can all be together! This year we decided to shakes things up a little bit and moved the festival from June to September. As you may know Surfana isn’t just a festival, we're a big family revolving surfing and surf culture. We’ve got surf schools, camps, a hostel, surf trips and more all throughout the Summer months. Moving the festival means we can celebrate the last sunsets of our Summer journey together with everybody who joined us at the camps, surfed and danced with us during the season, and close off the season with one big celebration! We apologise if this has caused a muddle in your year plans and hope that we’ll be able to see all of your beautiful faces come September this year.
  • When is the campsite open?

    Everybody with a Surfana Festival weekend ticket can stay at the campsite from Thursday 16:00 until Monday morning 10:00. The festival terrain is open daily from 11:00 until 24:00. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Ticketing support

    For all questions regarding the ticketing or payment system, please contact Stager support or check up on their FAQs. Any questions regarding a ticket refund or general information regarding tickets; please contact the Surfana Team.
  • Minimum age?

    The minimum age to gain access to the festival is 18 years. Teenagers and kids under 18 are welcome if accompanied by an adult rightful parent or guardian. Friends/siblings above 18 do not count in this case and we will be checking ID’s at the check in/entrance. So be aware: people under 18 that would like to come to the festival with friends that are above 18 will be refused.
  • Can I bring my kids?

    Sure! You can bring your little ones up to 3 years old for free. Kids up to 13 years old that stay the weekend need a kids weekend ticket (€35,-). Kids up to 13 that don’t overnight can join the festival for free (with a max of 2 per parent/guardian).
  • Accommodation for rent

    In 2020 we’re having a wide range of beautiful accommodations available. From budget(click here) to luxury(click here) options.
  • Can I bring my dog or any other pets?

    No, the camping has a strict policy which doesn’t allow dogs or other pets.
  • I want to write about the festival (PRESS)

    You can find our Videos here And our Photos here. If you have more questions please contact Let us also know when you published it. We love that. Thanks!
  • From who do I buy my ticket? (LEGAL)

    You buy your ticket from: Stichting Surfana Festival. We're incorporated at the chamber of commerce in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) by the number 70636737. Please send invoices digitally to and use the following billing address: Da Costakade 135a, 1053WT, Amsterdam. Our office (visiting address): Oudeweg 147, 2031 CC Haarlem. Check our terms and conditions here
  • How do I pay for things at the festival?

    In our effort towards a Zero Waste Surfana Festival, this year we've gone cashless. Meaning no cash will be accepted at any bar or stand, and their won't be tokens. So don't forget your bank card, we accept all variants - Master Card, Visa, Maestro, etc.
  • About Surfana

    Surfana is a surf and goodlife collective founded in the summer of 2007. The motivation of the collective is based on a desire to live a life based on love, passion and freedom. This goodlife ideology soon took flight which resulted in more members & several surf schools, camps and surf trips around the world. In 2013 it was time to celebrate and the first official Surfana Festival edition became a fact!
  • What are the terms and conditions?

    Check them here
  • Checking in at the festival

    The check-in will be at the reception or Camping de Lakens. This is the first building you'll come across when entering the campsite. Here you will receive a wristband after your tickets have been scanned. With this wristband you will be able to access the festival area and if you have a Full Weekend Ticket, access to the Camping area.
  • Are the clinics included with a ticket

    Some of the clinics and vibes are free, however most of them will cost you a little fee. Clinics will be bookable online in August and also at the info points at the festival.
  • Can I rent a surfboard or wetsuit at the festival?

    Yes, apart from the surf clinics where a surfboard is included, Surfana Zandvoort will supply some surfboards (limited amount) for you at the festival, which you can rent per hour. A few wet suits are also available (for kids too), rent-able per hour. Best to bring your own if you have one!
  • Drugs policy

    Surfana Festival is mainly about enjoying life in a natural and aware state. If you disagree with this vision, we kindly ask you to seek the party elsewhere.
  • Is there access to clean tap water?

    Yes, you can drink the tap water provided at the sanitary buildings from the camping.
  • Can I bring my own food and beverages?

    If you have a weekend + sleeping ticket and you will be staying at the campsite, you are allowed to bring your own food/drinks to consume at your tent or camper van. Cooking at your tent is only allowed on small camping gas pits. No open fire and no barbecues allowed! On the festival grounds itself, we’ll treat you with great food and plenty of drinks to choose from. Please don’t bring your own food into the festival grounds.
  • Can I charge my phone somewhere?

    We don’t have any dedicated charging points at the festival grounds, however there are some power points on the campsite for a quick power-nap for your phone.
  • Can I walk in the dunes?

    It is not allowed to enter the dunes by climbing/passing any of the fences. The dunes are fragile and part of a protected nature reserve, so please stay on the paths and respect this rule. If you want some privacy for a ‘nightly walk’ we can advise the beach!
  • After hours

    A nightly noise curfew will be in place on the campsite after 22:00. Take note: you will be on a family campsite, so please respect your fellow campers and keep noise to a minimum at night. If you still feel like singing and chatting, we advise you to go to the beach.
  • Can I take pictures of the festival?

    Yes, you are allowed to take your own camera and/video camera to take some snapshots. Websites/businesses who want to take professional pictures for commercial use have to ask permission before the festival starts.
  • Is there first aid available?

    Yes, on the festival ground we have first aid.
  • What is Surfana Festival?

    Surfana is a surf and goodlife collective founded in the summer of 2007. It started as a surfschool in Zandvoort but soon a second surfschool in Vlieland, a camp in Bloemendaal and an intimite surftrip company joined the collective. It is our philosophy to live happily, to enjoy life to the utmost – and to share our lifestyle with others. Our success is simply based on a combination of surf and sport activities on the one hand, and a healthy lifestyle around nature on the other. Located near the beach and the beautiful dunes of the National Park Zuid-Kennemerland, here people will be able to enjoy a simple lifestyle among other people who share that same vibe! In 2013 we decided to create an event that reflects the whole Surfana ideology. Surfana Festival was born. Here we’ve brought together al our love and passion into a one-weekend experience of pure goodlife.. It is a festival to celebrate our lifestyle but also to inspire more people to choose a life based on happiness instead of work.
  • Shall I bring warm clothes?

    Always a good idea! The festival is happening quite late in the Summer this year so there is a possibility of the temperature being quite chilly in the evenings. Always better off safe than sorry ;)
  • Lost or found something

    After the festival we will do a sweep of the festival grounds on the look out for valuables or potentially lost items. We will then post photos of said lost items on social media in the hope of the owners spotting them. If you have found something during the festival, or perhaps you walked off one night with a strangers jacket; best thing to do would be to hand it in at one of the info points or at the De Lakens reception. If you've managed to bring the lost item home with you then we hope you'll do the right thing and post about it on the Surfana Festival 2019 event page.
  • Swimming at Surfana

    Being a surf festival, not only is it possible to swim in the ocean, there are also a plethora of water based clinics and activities to get involved in, and we encourage it! Please note that the North Sea can be a cruel mistress from time to time, with currents, riptides and sometimes large waves. There will be a number of trained life guards on the beach throughout the day (not at night) but swimming is totally at your own risk and we take no responsibility if injury may befall you. Be safe, be smart, do not exceed your abilities if you're not comfortable.
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