Let’s get waus!
You might be a Techwaus, but you have to find out… Do you share the vibe, do you love raw sounds, funky grooves and the consistent pounding of kicks or do you just crave for house/tech-house and techno? We dare you to explore your inner wausness with us…
Stay tuned and explore what the techwauzers are up to.
From the normal to the wauzest but still frequently asked questions…
Tickets are available at the website of Techwaus and the website of our ticket partner Eventix. We strongly advise you to only buy your ticket via the official presale addresses and TicketSwap. The organization can only guarantee for these tickets to be valid and provide a service based on that.
What if an Techwaus event is sold out?
We strongly advise you to buy your tickets via Ticketswap when Techwaus is sold out. Ticketswap is an official ticket partner. The organization advises against the purchase of tickets via a third party because the organization can’t guarantee that these tickets will be valid. The organization can only guarantee for these tickets to be valid and provide a service based on that.
Is it possible to scan my ticket on my mobile?
Yes, please! This is even better than print, because the Co2 footprint of paper + ink is lower than the one of digital waste. In order to do so please turn up the brightness of your phone to 100% and keep your mobile-ready at the entrance.
I’ve lost my ticket for Techwaus, what now?
This can happen of course. Check our inbox and spam box of your e-mail first to be sure. If you really can’t find it, check your bank account and look for the order number that is listed in the description of your payment. You can use this order number to find your tickets HERE on the website of Eventix.
Techwaus events are 18+. That means only people who are 18 or older can get acces at our events. We want to welcome each one of you but we can’t make an exception for this. You will not get acces if you are 17 or younger, not even if your birthday is the day after the festival. Always bring your ID, since it will be checked at the entrance.
How do the wauzes stay up to date?
Sign up HERE for the official Techwaus newsletter and stay up to date with important information and the latest programming updates.
Which social media channels does Techwaus use?
Can I become a Techwaus ambassador?
Yes, this is possible. If you’d like to be a Techwaus ambassador please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll explain to you how this works. However, it’s a requirement you’re a real techwaus!
I was so waus I lost something, is it found already?
All lost & found items are collected after the event. For questions if we found your item and where you can pick it up, you can contact email@example.com.
How can I be a waus in a safe way?
Four outdoor Techwaus events: Check the weather forecast and look for tips under the heading ‘Weather’. Make sure you don’t bring any valuable items/leave any valuable items in your care and watch out for pickpockets. Follow the instructions of our safety staff at all times. Let the people back at home know that you’re okay with an Whatsapp/SMS in case of an unusual situation.
Sexual violence or sexual harassment is not tolerated at Techwaus in any way. In case you feel harassed or threatened: please report this to the organization. You can do so at all the security or first-aid staff members. They will aid you and contact a superior from the organization who can further help you. All the security staff members have followed a course and know how to handle the situation. There are female security staff members present as well. At the first aid post, there are professionals you can aid you. You can also report the situation online. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the case of transgressive behavior you can also file a report with the police. The organization can assist you with this if wanted. Obviously, all notifications are treated confidentially. You can find more general info at www.centrumsexueelgeweld.nl about medical and psychological advice and about how to press charges.
Alcohol and drugs use:
It’s well known that there are risks to the use of alcohol and/or drugs. But be extra careful when using alcohol and drugs at a temperature above 20 degrees Celsius. Alcohol and drugs increase the body temperature. So, if you’re dancing for a long period and drink too little the risk of overheating increases. Make sure to drink plenty of water but also not too much: 1 or 2 glasses per hour maximum. If you drink too much water in a short period there’s also the risk of water poisoning. If someone dies when using alcohol/drugs this is usually caused by overheating or water poisoning due to alcohol/drugs. So be extra careful and make sure to cool yourself down every now and then. Look out for each other and don’t leave each other’s side. Make sure to test your drugs before you visit the festival, you can’t do this at the festival itself. Visit www.drugsenuitgaan.nl and www.unity.nl for health risks and more information.
Techwaus supports the ‘I Love My Ears’ I campaign because we find it important that you will be able to enjoy good music not just now but also in 20 years from now. You should take good care of your ears because of this. You can find a number of useful and handy tips at www.ilovemyears.nl on how to protect your ears as good as possible whilst still enjoying music.
Visit the first aid post if you or one of your friends is not feeling well. Don’t be scared to tell them about your use of alcohol or drugs: the better you inform them about the situation, the better they are able to help you. The medical confidentiality is applicable here as well which means we won’t press charges, so feel free to share.
After the party?
Forced and unsafe sex are more common when people are under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. Respect one another and check out www.sense.info/soas for more information on unsafe sex. Next to this, the use of alcohol and drugs can result in concentration impaired and a lower responsiveness rate which causes you to be a danger to yourself and other road users. Make sure to stop on time and to adjust your transportation to this. And don’t forget to drink water or isotone drinks to replenish your fluids before you go to sleep.