• Highlight Delft takes place from 15 to 17 February 2024.
  • During three days all locations are open from 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm (17:30-23:00 h).
  • The full program including locations will be announced soon.


Visit the city of Delft to discover innovative art and technology merged into experimental installations. Unique indoor and outdoor locations are open for three nights, presenting a special view of what the future can look like.

Click on the link below to enlarge the road map:
Plattegrond Highlight Delft 2024


You buy your tickets for Highlight Delft online through this link. On the evening itself you exchange this ticket for a wristband that allows you to visit all locations.

For the performance SH4DOW a separate ticket must be purchased, this can be done through Theater de Veste. A ticket for SH4DOW includes a day ticket for Highlight Delft on the day that SH4DOW is visited. Please note: a day ticket for Highlight Delft does not include a ticket for SH4D0W.

Choose your ticket

  • Passepartout: 3-day pass to visit Highlight Delft, unlimited entries.
  • Day ticket: valid per day, 15, 16 or 17 February 2024.
  • Discount day ticket: students & youth 14 years and up.

Children under 14: free admission.

Exchange your ticket for a festival wristband during the festival
To visit all venues, on the day of your festival visit, first exchange your ticket for a festival band at one of our festival hubs. These hubs can be found at Theater de Veste and The Social Hub.
Festival maps are also available at these festival hubs.

On foot

Highlight Delft takes place in the city centre of Delft and is easily accessible on foot.

By bike

All locations can be reached by bike. Rental bikes are available at OV fiets at station Delft.

By public transport

Both hubs (The Social Hub and Theater de Veste) can be reached by either tram, bus and train.

By car and parking

We encourage all Highlight Delft visitors to travel to the Highlight Delft Festival Hubs by public transport or bike as much as possible. When arriving by car parking is possible at both hubs at one of the parking garages in town. Phoenixgarage and Zuidpoortgarage are recommended, and are open 24/7.

Accessibility for visitors with disabilities

Not all installations are equally accessible for wheelchair users, the hearing impaired, the visually impaired, visitors with sensory disorders such as AD(H)D, high sensitivity (HSP), Acquired Brain Injury (NAH) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASS).

Accessibility will be displayed on the website per installation and during the festival on location.

Accessibility at The Social Hub

The artworks and installations showcased at The Social Hub can be reached using the elevator. Primarily situated within compact hotel rooms, these exhibits often face limited space availability. Certain pieces incorporate vibrant sounds and dazzling lights, with notices at the entrance indicating when precautions should be taken.

Accessibility at Het Arsenaal

Most artworks and installations at Het Arsenaal are accessible. People with limited visibility should take proper precautions when visiting YOU ARE SOURCE PROJECTION AND REFLECTION.

Accessibility at Theater de Veste

The majority of artworks and installations in the lobby of Theater de Veste are open to the public. However, access to SH4D0W requires a valid ticket specifically for that exhibit. Please be aware that there may be a waiting period for entry to OUROBOROS. Forming Folds is situated on the second floor, accessible only by stairs. Additionally, the _SUBS Personal Companion Kiosk is located in the basement and can only be accessed via stairs.

Food and drinks

There are plenty of options for snacks and drinks along the route, like The Social Hub or Loetje.


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At Highlight Delft you are entering an area where photography, video recording, and audio recording may occur. Highlight Delft Festival reserves the right to use any photograph, video, or audio taken at the event without the express written permission of those included within the photograph, video, or audio recording for commercial and non-commercial publications.