How do I access my tickets?

  • Using your smartphone

Your tickets will be available in your Ticketmaster App (iOS/Android) from 10 am on Wednesday 6 July.

If you haven’t got the Ticketmaster App yet, you can download it to your phone from the Apple App Store for iOS or the Google Play Store for Android. You can log in to the Ticketmaster App with the same email address you used to buy the tickets.  

  • Using your Ticketmaster Account

If you don’t have a smartphone, you can also find your tickets in your Ticketmaster Account from 10 am on Wednesday 6 July, on (find the login button at the top right of the screen, on the blue ribbon). Here, you can download your tickets and either print them or show them on your phone. You can log in to the Ticketmaster Account with the same email address you used to buy the tickets.  


How do I get into the King Baudouin Stadium?

1.           Show your tickets on the Ticketmaster App


2.           Download your tickets in PDF format via My Account on
              Print the tickets or show them on your phone. Please download your tickets before you come to the stadium.


Any other questions?

Check the FAQ or ask us here.





Doors: 4pm
Special guest KALEO: 7:30pm
Show: 8:45pm
Expected end: 10:45pm

Subject to change.



On Monday 11 July, The Rolling Stones’ "SIXTY" tour will light up the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels. Monday 11 July looks to be a busy day, with the Flemish Public Holiday and numerous activities in and around Brussels, as well as a packed King Baudouin Stadium. We recommend leaving the car at home and planning your trip to the King Baudouin Stadium by other means: by bike, concert bus (special buses to the stadium) and/or public transport. We’re providing 2 supervised bicycle parking facilities near the stadium. There are concert buses to 55 destinations in Belgium and the Netherlands. 


All questions related to seats and parkings for persons with reduced mobility (PRM) can be found on the website of Inter: You can reach them by phone on: 011 26 50 30 or by e-mail:

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The King Baudouin Stadium is easily accessible by bike. It is within cycling distance of a lot of municipalities. We’ve mapped this out for you. There are two free, supervised bicycle parking facilities near the entrance:

  • Victor Boin stadium (Houba de Strooperlaan, Brussels)
  • Keizerin Charlottelaan (next to Brussels Expo parking A)



If you don’t have your own bicycle, you can use the Villo bike-sharing scheme in Brussels. Activation costs 1 euro and the first half hour is free. There are four 4 Villo stations around the King Baudouin Stadium: Heizel/Heysel, Atomium, Stadium/Stade and Houba-Brugmann. Find more information on Villo here.

Do you live too far away to come by bike? Then we recommend Park & Bike. Put your bike in your car, park just outside Brussels then cycle to the King Baudouin Stadium. You can park at:


  • Plantentuin Meise (Nieuwelaan 38, 1860 Meise - 4.5 km bike ride)
  • Basilix Sint-Agatha-Berchem (Keizer Karellaan 420, 1082 Sint-Agatha-Berchem - 5 km bike ride)





Take the train to Brussel-Zuid/Brussels Midi. Change to metro line 6 for Koning Boudewijn/ Roi Baudouin. Plan your journey at A duo-ticket gets you a 50% discount on the price of a train ticket for two people! After the concert, many destinations can still be reached. From Brussels-Midi, the last train to Ghent and Bruges is at 12:30am, to Antwerp at 11:56pm, Leuven at 12:23am and Liège at 12:20am.





There is a code printed on your concert ticket for your Event Pass, which gives you free access to MIVB/STIB public transport.

  • Your event ticket has a voucher number on it, consisting of 9 numbers printed as (Event Pass: xxxxxxxxx) and also appearing in the form of a QR code. That’s all you need to get your Event Pass.
  • You can collect your Event Pass up to 3 days before the event, from one of the 315 ticket machines in metro stations and the main overground MIVB/STIB tram and bus stops (a list of ticket machines is available at
  • Read here the brochure to have more detailed information on the Event Pass.


The King Baudouin Stadium is within walking distance of the Houba-Brugmann and Heizel/Heysel metro stations (lines 6 and 2). There is an enhanced metro service before and after the concert. If you have a ticket for midfield or stand 2, you should disembark at the Houba-Brugmann stop. If your ticket is for stands 3 or 4, use the Heizel/Heysel stop. More information via this link


Both De Lijn and MIVB/STIB tram and bus services can bring you close to the King Baudouin Stadium. The Heizel/Heysel (tram 7), Stadion/Stade (tram 51, 93 and De Lijn buses 233, 240, 241, 242, 243, 246, 250, 251, 260, 820), Koning Boudewijn-Heizel/Roi Baudouin-Heysel (MIVB buses 84, 88), Esplanade (tram 3), Koning Boudewijn/Roi Baudouin (tram 9) and Eeuwfeest/Centenaire (tram 19) stops are all within walking distance. 


Tip: You can find a handy route planner for public transport in Belgium via this link (Itunes Store) and via this link (Play Store).




Boarding a concert bus at one of our 55 stops throughout Belgium and the Netherlands takes all your cares away. Travelling in this way is perfect for getting in the mood or relaxing afterwards. You will be dropped off and picked up just in front of the stadium entrance. 


A return ticket can cost as little as 18 euros, depending on your stop!  Tickets are available now via

The concert bus:


  • picks you up locally,
  • drops you off safe and sound near the entrance to the King Baudouin Stadium,
  • gets you in the mood on the way with no need for a designated driver.




Are you booking your own bus? Register your bus via You’ll receive accessibility information from us a few days before the concert and we’ll reserve a space for you in car park C at Brussels Expo.





We strongly advise against it, but if you do decide to come to the King Baudouin Stadium by car you should take the following important matters into account:


  • The organisers are selling parking tickets in advance. Only those with a parking ticket will be able to access the Trade Mart car park or Parking C. Attention: your booking is valid for one parking space only, and only in the car park you have bought a ticket for.
  • Parking is prohibited on the Heysel site and in the surrounding streets. Traffic police keep a close eye on this. There are no parking spaces available outside of the official car parks. 
  • As Flemish Public Holiday celebrations will be taking place, you should expect very busy traffic, so leave on time. 
  • To avoid the traffic around the King Baudouin Stadium, you could opt for Park & Ride. Park your car at one of the transit parking sites around Brussels and use public transport to get to the King Baudouin Stadium. MIVB/STIB is providing extra metro services on lines 5 after the concert. The following transit parking sites are accessible with these lines: Erasmus, Delta, Herrmann-Debroux. You can find more information about the transit parking sites here.


Buy your parking voucher

Parking C, Romeinsesteenweg, 1853 Strombeek-Bever 

  • Parking tickets cost 10 euros. Buy your tickets now via this link.
  • Parking C opens at 10am and closes at 11pm.
  • Car park C is accessible from junction 7A of the ringroad and has room for no fewer than 10,000 vehicles. From Car Park C, the "footbridge” provides direct access to the different Halls.
  • Please print out your parking ticket in advance and keep it at hand when entering the car park.


!SOLD OUT! Parking Trade Mart, Madridlaan, 1020 Brussels (closest to the venue)

  • Parking tickets cost 15 euros. This car park is sold out.
  • Parking Trade Mart opens at 6pm and closes at 12:30am.
  • The Trade Mart car park is accessible via the Strombeek-Bever interchange. On the A12 Antwerp-Brussels and on the R0 follow the direction Strombeek-Bever. Take exit 2 (Strombeek-Bever). After the exit turn left towards Brussels. At the crossroads with the Romeinsesteenweg, go straight to the Madridlaan. Parking Trade Mart is the second parking on the right after the intersection with the Esplanade.
  • Please print out your parking ticket in advance and keep it at hand when entering the car park.
  • Attention: In case of heavy traffic the police will close exit 2 (Strombeek-Bever). In that case you need to visibly show the parking voucher so you can continue to the parking.
  • For a smooth navigation to the car park you can use Google or Waze with one of the QR-codes below.




Google maps




Access plan




Bag Policy


Prohibited bags & lockers 


Bags are prohibited from the event site. Only bags up to the maximum size of an A4 sheet and up to 10 cm thick are permitted.


If prohibited items are discovered during the entry check, the visitor must either store them outside the event site or dispose of them at the designated place (confiscation). The organisation does not provide storage facilities where items can be stored temporarily. The police will be notified of any items prohibited by law. Confiscated or abandoned items will not be returned to the visitor.  For a detailed summary of prohibited items and any exceptions, the organisation refers you to the full bag policy below. The organisation may amend and/or add to this policy at any moment in the interests of health, safety and/or public order. 

Lockers are available for ticket holders on the field (the grey tickets): standing, diamond pit and golden circle. They are not available for the seats in the stands (yellow, green and blue tickets). Moreover, the number of lockers is limited and you have to reserve them in advance via:



Prohibited items


beverages (except for water in plastic bottles up to 0.5 l with no cap), water bottles or similar hard plastic vessels, cooler boxes, baskets, food, drugs and other mind-altering substances, (laughing) gas cartridges, gas cylinders, glass (except for perfumes and vital medication in original glass packaging up to 50ml), spray cans (except for sun cream, deodorants and perfumes), e-cigarette refills, football shirts, club-related expressions, provocative or face-obscuring clothing, blankets, banners, card/paper signs with writing (permitted up to maximum A4 size), flags or flagpoles thicker than 2 cm and longer than 1.5 metres, umbrellas/parasols, selfie sticks, cameras, film, audio or other recording equipment and Go-Pros or similar (only compact cameras without detachable lenses are permitted), laptops, notebooks and tablets, weapons, needles, knives and other sharp objects, chains (apart from chains on trousers or jewellery) or other items that can be used as weapons or to disturb the public order, pocket torches, glow sticks, walkie-talkies, laser pens and other lights with concentrated beams, toxic, flammable or explosive materials, fireworks, torches, flares, pets and other animals, walking sticks (except for medical crutches), skates, bicycles and motorcycles, scooters, skateboards, Frisbees, inflatable objects such as beach balls and balloons, horns or other items that create a lot of noise, unmanned aircraft  (UAV or Drones) and other dangerous items.


Permitted items


Powerbank/battery packs for charging mobile telephones, binoculars, sun cream, battery-operated handheld fans, breast pumps and vapers.


Permitted items on showing a medical passport 


Heavy medication, essential foods and drinks due to allergies or illness accompanied by a medical passport (available for free from any pharmacy, subject to an approx. 3-week waiting period). In such cases where the organiser judges that certain items may present a risk to health, safety and/or public order, these items may be refused by the organiser. The organiser is also permitted to take additional measures in the case of specific events if necessary.