How will we make Cruïlla 2021?

On 8th, 9th and 10th of July 2021 we will be celebrating Cruïlla Festival at the Parc del Fòrum, under the guardianship of Fundació de Lluita Contra la Sida i Malalties Infeccioses and with the approval of the Ministries of Health, Culture and Home Affairs of the Generalitat de Catalunya.

For the first time in over a year, we will once again enjoy Cruïlla without any limitation of movement or physical distance, and we will once again jump and dance together in very much the same way as we did before the pandemic.

To make this possible, all the attendees will have to take an antigen test every day they enter the venue, and they will have to wear the FFP2 mask that we will provide at the entrance of the festival.

How much do the antigen tests cost?

As you know, the antigen tests, the medical staff and the masks have a price. At Cruïlla we have worked as hard as possible to reduce this cost and, thanks to the collaboration of the Conselleria de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya, the antigen test prices that you will have to pay, depending on the type of ticket, are as follows:

  • Day ticket: 8,5€ (includes 1 antigen test)
  • Weekend Pass: 12€ (includes 2 antigen tests)
  • Full Pass: 15€ (includes 3 antigen tests)

On the other hand, and thanks to the collaboration of DKV Salud, you will get a free FFP2 mask at the entrance of the festival and you will be able to change it inside the venue in case you need a new one.

Where and when will the tests take place?

The tests will take place at the CCIB, next to the Parc del Fòrum, so you will be able to access the venue directly after receiving the negative result.

On 8th, 9th and 10th of July, we will open the screening areas from 15h to 22h. When the booking process opens, you will be able to block the time that suits you best to take the test. It is essential to book an appointment in advance and pay for the test in order to gain access to the venue.

If you have bought a day ticket, you will only have to take a test on the day you come to the festival. If you have bought a full or weekend ticket, you will have to take the test every day you come to the festival, and that’s why we have enabled a reduced price for these cases.

How can I book an appointment for the test?

When the booking process for testing opens, all ticket and season ticket purchasers will receive an email with detailed information on how to book an antigen testing appointment.

 IMPORTANT: We only have the contact details of the person who has purchased the tickets. If you have bought more than one ticket, you will need to send the information to your companions and they will also need to book an appointment for the antigen test.

What conditions do I have to fulfil to gain access to the venue?

In order to guarantee the safety of all attendees, all persons who are in any of the following situations will not be allowed access to the venue and will be refunded their tickets:

  • People who have a positive result in the rapid antigen test at the festival screening.
  • People who live with attendees who have tested positive.
  • People with a body temperature above 37’5°C on the day of the event in a non-contact thermometer test.
  • People with a confirmed diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 and who are quarantined.
  • People who are quarantined because they have been in contact with a person with a confirmed diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2.

In addition to a refund of tickets or season tickets, all people who have a positive screening result at the festival will be referred to a medical team who will attend them.

Other questions

Do I have to take the antigen test if I am vaccinated?

Yes, all attendees and workers must be tested for antigens.

Do children have to be tested?

All children aged 7 years and older (inclusive) must be tested for antigens.

Will I be able to eat and drink during the festival?

Yes. The festival will have food and beverage areas equipped with tables and chairs, in compliance with current regulations. The site will be open every day of the festival from 4 pm, so that people who take the test early in the morning will be able to use the food and beverage areas from the moment they enter the site.

You will be able to consume outside the catering areas, but you will have to put your mask back on after eating or drinking.

Should there be an improvement in the Covid-19 prevention regulations  for the whole of society, this improvement could also be implemented at the festival.