Japan Expo Sud - February 28 through March 1, 2020 Marseille Chanot
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Lines & entrances

Where to go when you arrive at the festival? Where to find the entrance? Read what follows to know more and when you’re there, follow the staff’s instructions, they’re here to guide you all along!

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1. Security Checks

Due to the security level (Vigipirate), all attendees must go through security checks before entering the festival. 

Security checks are now held in Marseille Chanot's hall 8 (Palais de l'Europe), by the new entrance (allée Ray Grassi, next to Sainte-Marguerite Dromel metro station: click here to have a look at the access map).

The current security rules may change in the coming weeks. 

2. The lines

After security checks, the attendees are invited to line up in the line corresponding to their type of ticket:

  • A line for people with 1-day tickets (entrance in hall 2, Palais de la Méditerranée)
  • A line for people with 4-day passes (entrance in hall 1, Palais des évènements)
  • A line for Zen Ticket holders (entrance in hall 1, Palais des évènements)
  • A line for people without tickets who are led to the festival cash desks (entrance in hall 1, Palais des évènements)
  • A line for priority people, disabled people, people with strollers or young children, pregnant women, people who can’t keep standing (entrance in hall 1, Palais des évènements)

A free ticket will be given to people who benefit from free entrance at the entrance of the festival. 

This concerns children under 8 and the companions of people with disabilities with a card or justification mentioning the need for a companion or blindness. In both cases, you'll need to show a justification. 

3. Entrances & Cash Desks

From 9.00 am, people with tickets are led to the entrance of the festival after ticket control.
Zen ticket owners are allowed in from 8.30 am.

From 10.00 am, people without tickets are led to the festival cash desks to buy their entrance tickets. 

Disabled people

 
 
 
 

Attention, a special line is dedicated to disabled people at the entrance.

For those people, the entrance is open at 9.00 am if they have a ticket and at 10.00 am if they have to buy a ticket.

Free entrance:

Only children under 8 and the companions of people with disabilities with a card or justification mentioning the need for a companion or blindness, can benefit from the free entrance. In both cases, you'll need to show a justification. 
A free ticket will be given them at the entrance of the festival. 

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