All be•at venues are equipped to receive visitors with specific needs. We strive to welcome you as best we can and to let you enjoy a concert or show in the best conditions.
If you need extra assistance or are a wheelchair user, please come to the venue at least 40 minutes before the start of the event. That way, we can help you to the best of our abilities.
Do not hesitate to address our volunteers when entering Forest National. They will gladly help you find your seat.
Reserve your seats by phone or contact us via the contact form, so we can help you make the correct booking.
Deaf and hard of hearing persons
Hearing-impaired visitors can bring the interpreter of their choice. They can also ask the organizer of the event to provide an interpreter. In that case, we will examine together if it is possible to grant this request.
Please contact us to discuss this.
Blind and visually impaired persons
Please contact us if you would like to attend an event accompanied by a guide dog.
Wheelchair users or people with restricted mobility can enter through the separate entrance located on the left side of the main entrance. A ramp provides easy access to the venue. Visitors with reduced mobility can be accompanied by one person only. The medical team will be happy to assist you to your places.
Please note! For safety reasons it is not possible to provide places for wheelchair users in the central square.
Seats for wheelchair users
There are reserved seats in Forest National for wheelchair users and their companions. Their number is limited however, so do not wait too long to order your tickets.
There is space for one companion per wheelchair user. We are happy to discuss the possibility of exceptions, to seat a family together for example. Be warned that this is not always possible, however.
Please note! For safety reasons, it is not possible to seat wheelchair users in the central square.
There are multiple accessible toilets:
The toilet next to the separate entrance for wheelchair users is locked. Please ask the medical team for the key. They are located next to the entrance for wheelchair users.
There are two accessible toilets in the orange zone.
There is one accessible toilet in the grey zone.
Parking for holders of an EU parking card for people with disabilities
There are 8 public parking spots for visitors with an EU parking card for people with disabilities to the left of the venue, on the Avenue Victor Rousseau 208. You can also contact us at +32 (0)3 400 69 70 so we can look at the options for each event.
The entrance for wheelchair users is located to the left of the main entrance. A steward will check your ticket and the medical team will accompany you to your place inside.
Parking for visitors with temporarily reduced mobility
Are you temporarily mobility impaired because of an accident or a medical intervention and you do not have an EU parking card for people with disabilities?
Please contact us in advance so we can help you in the best possible way.