ID&T and Mojo will start selling tickets for the four corona test events on the first two weekends of March at 12:00 on Thursday.

In total there is room for 5,600 people.

At the two events in Ziggo Dome (a concert and a dance event) on 7 and 8 March, 1,300 visitors are expected, divided into five 'bubbles' of 250 people and a group of 50 people.

A week later, two festivals (a music and a dance festival) will be organized on the Walibi Holland event site in Biddinghuizen (where Lowlands and Defqon also take place) and a total of fifteen hundred visitors can be received per event.

They are divided into three groups of 500 people.

In total there is room for 5,600 visitors.

That is a lot less than the 180,000 people who have previously indicated that they are interested in one of the events.

As with the previously announced events, visitors must show a negative result of a corona test.

Their temperature is recorded at the door and rapid tests are taken at random.

Every festival-goer is given a tag on a lanyard, with which the contact moments with other visitors and the contact duration are registered.

A PCR test should also be taken after the event.