Rock For People is a Czech rock festival that celebrates everything from heavy metal to punk. Set in a former airport, the space is transformed annually into a playground for the world's most renown international rockstars.
Attracting legendary talent over the years, the atmospheric mix of electrifying performances in the sun has solidified this festival as a core of the European rock scene.
Previous names to grace the stage include Motorhead, Muse, The Prodigy, Arctic Monkeys, The Offspring, Bullet For My Valentine, Limp Bizkit, Pendulum, Bloc Party, Kaiser Chiefs, Five Finger Death Punch, Enter Shikari, Massive Attack, Bastille, Biffy Clyro, Tom Odell, Chase & Status, CHVRCHES, The 1975 and Suuns.
Hradec Králové is a city to the east of the Czech capital, Prague. Held in an old airport, the festival is around a 90 minute drive from the centre of Prague.
BY PLANE: It is easiest to fly into Prague's international airport, wherefrom you can catch a train or bus from the city itself to the festival town.
BY TRAIN: Trains from Prague's mainline station, Hlavní Nádraží, leave every hour and take around 90 minutes to reach Hradec Králové.
BY BUS: Similarly from Prague, you can catch an hourly bus from Černý Most to Hradec Králové, which also takes around an hour and a half.
Once you have arrived in Hradec Králové, you can take a free shuttle bus onto the festival site.
Absolutely! Rock for People is an all ages event, and children under ten are allowed in for free.