As with all of our events, we recommend everyone to limit the use of private vehicles. It’s expensive, stressful and not very eco-friendly. Because of that we offer shuttle services from different pick-up points across the country, as well as one of the train stations near the festival. The services will be open for reservations soon, and we will announce their availability here on the website, and on Meteor’s Facebook page
To those arriving from Ben Gurion International Airport,
we recommend taking the train to Acre train station.
There are also routine flights from Sde Dov (Tel Aviv) to Rosh Pina, about 26km from the festival.
The Festival provides camping area, including room to set up tents under the pecan trees, showers and toilets, water fountains, and a 24/7 valuables safekeeping service. The tent area will be shaded by pecan trees, and visitors need to reserve themselves a place after purchasing a ticket. The reservation is free for all the ticket types
- Any sort of weapon or firearms.
- Professional recording equipment (both expensive and not allowed near the stages).
- Speakers, karaoke equipment.
- A hat.
- Mosquito repellent.
- A small, easy to carry water bottle.
- Comfortable shoes.
- A small bag.
The camping area will open on Thursday at 12:00 PM. The festival will end on Saturday, probably at the early evening.
You can easily withdraw more in one of the ATMs that will be stationed in the festival. credit cards are also acceptable.
Unfortunately, No animals allowed.
Not at all! For safety reasons, obviously. Please don’t swim anywhere without a lifeguard.
No. It’s forbidden to light a fire or use a gas boiler in the sleeping areas. And everywhere else.
In the designated charging stations we will set up.
Yes, WiFi stations will be scattered around the grounds.
Absolutely. If you plan to attend the festival and require special arrangements, please tell us and we’ll make the necessary preparations.
Yes – 18 and above only.