Il Festival dello Sport: FAQs

We’ve answered some frequently asked questions to ensure that you have the best possible experience at Il Festival dello Sport. If these don’t clear up your query, please drop us a message at

Q: Where is the festival taking place?
A: The festival is taking place across 15 different locations in Trento. In order to find out the location of an event you’re interested in attending, please consult the programme – this will contain all the information you need. You can find more information on the festival locations here.  

Q: I don’t live in Trento but I’m planning a trip for Il Festival dello Sport. Do you have any recommendations on places to stay?
A: Click here for useful information for people travelling to Trento for the four-day festival period. We’re sure you’ll be made to feel very welcome in Trento!  

Q: Are the events free?
A: All Festival dello Sport events are free. No exceptions!

Q: Do I need to register or buy a ticket to attend an event?
A: No. Access to all events is free and admission is based on a first-come, first-served basis. It will only be possible to access an event location from one hour before the start time.

Q: Are the locations accessible for disabled people?
A: All of the locations have specific places for disabled people. Venue staff will be happy to accompany disabled guests and any chaperone to the disabled places, provided not all places have been filled.

Q: Do you need to book the events?
A: No, it's not possible to book any of the events. Access to all venues is based on the order of arrival until all seats are filled.

Q: Do you need to register or book for the meet & greet events with the stars?
A: No, you don’t need to register for any of the meet and greet events, but we recommend that you arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time.

Q: How long do the events last?
A: The events will last for between one and two hours, except where otherwise specified in the programme.

Q: How can I attend the camps?
A: Each camp has a daily programme, which you can find here. You can get accreditation for the camps at the info points when these are open to the public. As regards the accreditation of those under the age of 18, please consult the information contained in the daily programme for the individual camps.