Security infos

Lolla Paris welcomes 60,000 persons per day on the festival ground. For the safety of all, short list of objects is allowed in the area. Please take a look at the list below.

Simple disposable or pocket cameras
Sandwiches, plastic water bottle without stopper, camelbak
Retractable umbrellas without pin
Plastic and blankets
Sun lotion and sun glasses
Small backpacks or other bags

Glass, cans, paper and plastic cups
Weapons, explosive, inflammable and volatile substances
Pyrotechnic stuff, candles
Sharp objects, pocket or other knives
Any objects which might be used as a projectile
Professional audiovisual recording equipment (professional camera, video camera, DAT or MD recorder)
Folding chairs, large backpacks, plates and flasks
Flagpoles, parasols, non-retractable umbrellas with pins
Bicycle pumps and bicycle repair equipment, crash helmet
Flyers, stickers and other political, religious or promotional material

Because your safety is a priority, security arrangements and teams will be huge so that you can enjoy the event in peace.

As we are sure you will understand, we can’t share all the details of our security arrangements with you, as some must remain confidential.

Here are a few guidelines to be followed:

Systematic and obligatory searches will be carried out at the entrance of the festival. Pat-down inspections and bag controls will be carried out in the queuing area.
Anyone refusing to abide by these instructions will be refused entrance to the festival premises, and no ticket refund will be given.
Do not hesitate to alert security agents about anything suspicious, be it person, behaviour or item.

As security arrangements to access the festival ground may generate some delays, we advise you to arrive on site a bit earlier than your original plans.
We also recommend that you buy your tickets in advance, in order to prevent large gatherings of people at the venue entrance.

COME LIGHT! Please try not to bring big bags or suitcases to the event as it could considerably slow down the security control process.
Any object that may be considered as dangerous will be confiscated by security agents at the entrance.