The drug policy is based on the special features of the festival location: The holiday park accommodates families who go on holiday most times of the year. Please respect that open drug consumption is a no-go here and we have to adapt an event like Nachtiville to this. Otherwise there wouldn't be a rave with accommodation and pool parties.
In summary, this means: No open consumption – your apartment, your castle.
- Open drug use will not be tolerated and will result in exclusion from the event. Please consciously maintain boundaries.
- We are officially obliged to carry out checks at the entrances to the floors. Please respect that the Secus will not allow entry if finds are found and this can also lead to exclusion from the event.
- Leave the apartments as you find them. This also means that no substances are left behind. Please remember that families will be vacationing here again after you. The holiday park reserves the right to report violations.
- Take conscious breaks. The festival concept is ideal and intended for this. Your apartment, your castle.
- The sale of illegal drugs will not be tolerated. Dealers are kicked out!
- Administering substances (including alcohol) to other people without their knowledge (Spiking) is absolutely forbidden and will be punished with expulsion and criminal charges!
- Take care of each other, because we all celebrate together. Pay attention to your friends and also to the other people around you. Our staff (awareness team, Secus, DRK, bar team and organization team) are there for you and also connected via radio and can organize support quickly if someone is not feeling well.
We would like to expressly point out again that the Galeria, the swimming pool and the toilet areas are public and that there are also day guests from the swimming pool here. That means:: no open consumption. Be aware of the luxury that everyone has a private retreat at this festival.
If you have any questions about the drug policy, please send us an email to [email protected].
Our Safer Nachti team is there for you if you have any questions or need support. Please read through our awareness concept (Safer Nachti) again. In urgent cases, the team can also reach you via the Safer Nachti Helpline:
+49 160 95077985.
In collaboration with access e.V. from Berlin, we have completely repositioned ourselves in the area of awareness and psycare this year. The result is an awareness concept that works with the conditions of the holiday park and is intended to make Safer Nachti as available to all festival guests as possible. If you have any questions, suggestions or feedback, we look forward to contacting you at [email protected].
What is Awareness and what does it mean to us?
We understand Awareness as an internal attitude, meaning that we strive to act not only during our shifts but also in everyday life according to the principles of openness, transparency, reflection, and error-friendliness. We seek to question and reflect on power imbalances, even within the festival, as well as various -isms. Individuals or parts of the crew undergo further training and see themselves as multipliers. We are aware that this is an ongoing and never-ending process.
Who is the Safer Space intended for?
As the name suggests, we want to provide a safer point of contact for individuals who have experienced physical (bodily), emotional, or structural violence at Nachtiville. This includes those who feel uncomfortable due to substance consumption. The space is divided into an Awareness and Psycare area. You can find the Safer Space in the "Haus am Park" on the ground floor.
It is important to emphasize that the Safer Space is explicitly not a chill-out area. If you need a break, please use your hotel room or the Ambient Floor.
Awareness should operate according to the principle of "unobtrusive visibility." Therefore, it should not work in an overly vigilant and ever-present manner but convey low-threshold approachability through interval-like visibility in the areas.
Throughout the festival, you will find the Safer-Nachti crew in the Safer-Nachti room (Safer Space). However, we will also be mobile on the festival grounds. You can recognize us by white T-shirts or white vests with the holographic inscription – "Safer Nachti."
If, for any reason, we are not reachable for you, please contact the bar staff, security, the info point, or our emergency phone number. Our team is equipped with radios and will be notified.
Emergency Number / Safer Nachti Helpline
The emergency phone is staffed 24/7.
Emergency number: +49 160 95077985
If the number should be unreachable, contact security or bar staff so they can radio us.
If you are interested in reading the detailed concept, please write to [email protected].
We start on Friday evening at 6 p.m. and end on Sunday night at 1 a.m. We plan our music program for the afternoons and nights. During the day you can regenerate and enjoy the Baltic Sea.
For a timetable and further information, you can save the Nachtiville app on your home screen:
We have deliberately adjusted the playing times: We start earlier (Friday 6 p.m., Saturday & Sunday 2 p.m.) and close the last floors at 6 a.m.
With 6 stages and the WaveCave, we rely on a diverse program, which will make every festival experience with us very individual.
For capacity reasons, there will be separate tickets for the WaveCave parties this year at a price of 10 euros:
Alex Kassian, I$A b2b Naitwa, Lauer and Suze Ijó welcome you to the parties at the swimming pool. Tickets are limited.
We designed Nachtiville as a rave with a holiday where you can experience a balance of festival and relaxation. We deliberately included game breaks for this. We hope that this gives you space to relax and have a walk or two on the beach.
You can find the line-up here.
Safer Nachti Helpline
If you need support but can't find a Safer Nachti team member or Secu, you can call or write to us via our Safer Nachti helpline.
You can reach us via the common messengers (Telegram, WhatsApp, Signal, SMS) or call us at +4916095077985
We have a festival app for Nachtiville:
You can load it onto your home screen on your smartphone.
Here you can browse through the program, get to know the play times of the floors and check the rules and information again. You can mark program items that are of particular interest to you with a heart and thus put together your own desired plan for the festival.
We will provide you with information and news about this before the festival and during the festival.
At Nachtiville we use cashless payment. You can now top up your credit:
Simply choose one or more packages that you can then load onto your chip on site:
The refund will then be possible from Wednesday, January 24th, 2024 at 12 p.m. using the same link.
Do you need help? Please contact us at [email protected].
Subtropical swimming paradise
The subtropical swimming paradise is definitely one of the highlights of the holiday park. The festival ticket also includes admission to the fun pool. You can go swimming, relax and have fun at any time during opening hours.
In addition to classic swimming pools, it offers a variety of attractions such as a wave pool, various water slides, a selection of saunas, a whirlpool grotto, the water play area "Water World", sunbathing areas and much more.
The swimming pool is also open to the public during the day.
Alex Kassian, I$A b2b Naitwa, Lauer and Suze Ijó welcome you to the parties at the swimming pool.
In the evening we will open an exclusive swimming pool party for our festival guests. For your safety, we will also occasionally carry out alcohol tests at the entrance.
Due to the time of year, we offer you a cloakroom that is open to you during stage times.
The cloakroom is in the "Galeria", where the festival center will also be.
The cloakroom fee is 2 euros per drop-off. A cloakroom flat rate for the entire weekend is available for 5 Euros.
When booking your shared accommodation, you have various payment options:
- by bank transfer / on account
- Credit card with Mastercard or Visa
The payment of the booking amount is due within 10 days beginning with the date of receipt of the booking confirmation. From November 15th, 2023 on the booking amount is due within 3 days (due to the proximity of the festival).
Check-in and Check-out
On the day of arrival (Thursday / Friday) you can check in from 8 AM. The reception at the entrance is open until 10 PM. From 10 PM to 8 AM check-in is possible at the reception in the hotel (Strandhotel).
All rooms must be checked out by 12 AM on the day of departure. In individual cases, a check out until 2 PM can be arranged in accordance with the reception. If you want to sleep late on Sunday and enjoy the day with us, we recommend that you book until Monday and relax. The festival programme runs until Sunday night.
When checking out, please make sure you leave your apartment as you found it. We have to charge for damage to the rooms or missing inventory afterwards. All dishes need to be cleaned and put back in the cabinets. So leave the beautiful apartments without damage. We rely on you!
These are your to-dos when you leave:
- Don't leave trash behind
- Do not leave any substances behind! Please read our drug policy carefully!
- The dishes must be done and sorted into the cupboards.
- Please also take your deposit with you or leave it at the garbage disposal
- Please dispose of full garbage bags
- You can throw in the room card at check-in
Maximal Bus Tours
Our partner Maximal Trips brings you with special buses to Nachtiville and back. Hop on from Berlin, Hamburg or Leipzig for a safe and convenient trip.
Update 01/13/24: Friday buses from Berlin are fully booked. It's best to travel to Hamburg, from here you can still book enough tickets through Maximal. There are still tickets available for the return trip to Berlin.
Check maximaltrips.com for further information or book directly here:
Arrival and Departure
Travel by car:
Feed your route planners with the following destination:
Seestr. 1 - 23758 Weissenhäuser Strand, Germany
Arrival by car
The holiday park is located on the Baltic Sea near Oldenburg (Holstein), about 1.5 hours from Hamburg. From the Autobahn A1 drive towards Fehmarn / Puttgarden exit 10 (Oldenburg Mitte) and then follow the signs towards Weissenhäuser Strand.
Parking spaces are available on site.
Arrival by bus
Our partner maximal trips organizes bus trips for you from different cities in Germany and Europe. You can find all information on maximaltrips.com.
Arrival by train:
Unfortunately, the Oldenburg (Holstein) train station, 6 km from the holiday park, is no longer served by the train. The nearest train station is Neustadt (Holstein) (approx. 25 minutes to Weissenhäuser Strand). A replacement bus will also take you from Lübeck to Oldenburg (Holstein). Due to the circumstances, we recommend arriving by car. However, taxi shuttles are available from the train station.
Alternatively, you can travel to Hamburg and book a bus ticket from Maximal directly to Weissenhäuser Strand.
Taxi Kähler: +4943613232
Taxi Lens: +4943612166
Arrival by plane
The closest international airport is Hamburg. From here you can continue to Weissenhäuser Strand by bus, rental car or train.
Yes, you read correctly! You can go bowling together at Weißenhäuser Strand!
Daily 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Make a reservation: +49436155 2795
Of course! :) For the weekend you can book professional massage treatments, alone or in pairs.
Guests of the “Strandhotel” do have free access to the Spa Area “Dünenbad” incl. a selection of various saunas. All other guests can access “Dünenbad” for an entry fee.
Beauty treatments and massages can be booked in advance. Call +494361552775 and check online.
Lost and Found
We will set up the lost and found office for you at our cloak room. For further infos you'll find our info point right next to our merchandise booth inside the gallery.
Food and Drinks
In your apartments you have the opportunity to cook and take care of yourself. In the park itself you will find numerous tasty restaurants (Pizzeria, American Diner), cafes and opportunities for snacks. There is even a restaurant in the swimming pool. There is also a small supermarket at the holiday park.
Bringing drinks is not allowed in the festival locations. As a small festival, gastronomy revenues are an important part of our funding. Please save us and you the idle discussions with security and leave your drinks in the rooms.
With the receipt of your booking confirmation for 2024, you are sure to be part of the festival. If you have to rebook to larger accommodation because your group size has changed, please write to us promptly at [email protected].
We do not offer cancellations at Nachtiville. We're happy to help you match people from our waiting list if available. Please write to us at [email protected].
The booking fee will not be refunded in the event of a successful resale.
Update: There are currently no entries on the waiting list as tickets can still be booked.
A formal change of the main person in a booking costs a flat rate of 20 euros.
We look forward to seeing you in January 2024!
Preregistration - Ticket Sale
To get your apartment including festival tickets for Nachtiville you currently have 2 options:
Register for Nachtiville via our ticket section.
You can also register for different accommodations at the same time and choose which of the available accommodations you would like when booking. We process registrations chronologically, so early registrations first. You will be contacted via e-mail, so check your e-mails and spam filters if necessary.
Here is a short how-to for the Weissenhäuser Strand booking site:
- Select the desired number of people
- Search the category you want to book (only apartments that fit your group size can be displayed correctly)
- Book your desired apartment - we look forward to seeing you!
The festival program will again run for 3 nights, from Friday 6pm to Monday morning at 1am. For the complete festival program you book from Friday 19.01. until Monday 01/22/2024.
For a relaxed arrival, we recommend that you book Thursday and set yourself up comfortably for your weekend situation.
Good luck with the registration, we look forward to seeing you!
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
Interact attentively, empathetically, and responsibly with each other.
We aim to create a safer space for all visitors, staff, and artists. The key to achieving this is for everyone to treat each other with consideration and take responsibility for our fellow human beings.
Respect and reflect on your own boundaries and needs, as well as those of others.
Regardless of the actions involved, only a clear and explicit "yes" means consent. It is important to act in consensus with all parties involved, meaning that consent must be clearly and explicitly obtained. Ask what is okay for the other person and what is not. This consent can be revoked at any time without fear of threats or acts of violence. This includes all uninvited actions (approaching, comments, etc.).
We do not make hasty judgments about a person's gender and/or origin.
We strive for gender-sensitive language. Language is dynamic, constantly changing, and reflects society. It is important for us to try to address and reach all people correctly. If you are unsure about addressing a person, you can ask them which pronouns and other self-identifications they use.
No tolerance for fascist and other discriminatory symbols.
Any form of sexism, racism, ableism, queer- or transphobia, or other discriminations, as well as physical and psychological violence, will result in exclusion from the event.
This includes comments about others' appearance, presumed sexual orientation, as well as discriminatory language/sayings/symbols live or on clothing. We all act based on the power of definition and are biased towards the affected person. If an affected person perceives a situation as crossing boundaries, that is the reality. This means that the person is believed, and there is no "investigative investigation." The events are not doubted. This is an attempt to give the affected person the necessary security and self-efficacy to continue to be part of the festival.
No open consumption of illegal drugs.
Each of you should feel free, and at the same time, we want you to handle the issue of consumption mindfully and responsibly. This also means that despite all freedom, limits, both internal and external, must be respected. In general, if you think someone is not feeling well, ask if they need help or get help.
The holiday park is publicly accessible to all people from the surrounding area, as there are leisure activities for children and catering facilities. It is important to us that you internalize that the public areas of the entire park are not a place for open substance consumption.
Those who do not understand this and publicly consume will be expelled from the festival and are not allowed to enter the floors.
There are more than two genders!
All toilets are considered unisex toilets, meaning that the toilets are not divided by gender. These unisex toilets are either located within the floor (during playtimes) or outside the gallery (open continuously) in the form of portable toilets.
The gallery of the park is open daily from 09:00 to 22:00 for people and families from the surrounding area. During this time, it is not possible to operate the toilets in the gallery as unisex toilets. From 22:00 every day, these toilets are assigned to the "The View" floor and are no longer accessible through the gallery. Alternatively, you can use the toilets outside of "The Hall" from this moment onwards.
If you are interested in reading the detailed concept, please write to [email protected].